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Boiled Ham

28th February 2011
INGREDIENTS: 1 ham, weighing from eight to ten pounds 1 bay leaf 6 cloves 1 teaspoonful of sugar 2 blades of mace 1 good handful of fresh, sweet hay, if you can get it 1 beaten egg very fine bread crumbs water-cress or parsley, for garnish ... Read >
Author: Sandra D.

3 French Dip Sandwich Recipes

28th February 2011
French dip sandwich recipes are very well-liked. The French dip sandwich was discovered by accident by a Frenchman, but he was not living in France. He had emigrated to the United States and was living in Los Angeles. Philippe Mathieu had opened his sandw... Read >
Author: Owen Jones

Indian Pickles - The Taste of India

17th January 2011
Do you want to eat unique side dishes to boost your appetite? Do you want to eat a uniquely tasted pickle on a burger? Do you want to taste different flavors such as sweet, sour, salty and spicy in just one bite? Then find Indian pickles and be ready for ... Read >
Author: Nazima Golamaully

Cooking: Fresh Polish Sausage

20th May 2010
Available recipes on how to cook fresh Polish sausage include cooking it with cabbage, in the form of soup, grilled, sandwich or with jambalaya. These delights use simple ingredients and can be performed easily. For the cooking method of Polish sausage w... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

Healthy Flavored Vinegar Recipe Tips

13th April 2010
Decreasing the quantity of oil in salads makes good health sense. One approach to do so is to include intriguing and delicious herbs and spices to different types of vinegar. You can find numerous very pretty and reasonably priced bottles available for ho... Read >
Author: Becky

Cocoa Tea - Yes! You Heard Right!

05th November 2009
What is it? Is it tea? Hot chocolate? A mixture of both? Tea is made from leaves and this is not. Cocoa tea originated in St. Lucia in the Caribbean. It is not a tea however, since it contains a bay leaf and cinnamon stick it looks very similar to tea... Read >
Author: Garland Drake

What To Do With Your Left Over Veal

28th April 2009
Veal Rolls.--The portion of a veal roast that remains after it has been served hot can be combined with dressing to make veal rolls, a dish that will be a pleasing change from the usual cold sliced meat. To make veal rolls, slice the veal and into eac... Read >
Author: Joseph Silva

How to Pickle Onions - Easy Pickled Onion Recipe

28th April 2009
Pickled onions are a family favorite. They turn up at parties and picnics, with cheese and cold meats. They are a 'how to make recipe' every cook should know. Pickling onions is a really easy way to learn about how to make pickles and how to make each ... Read >
Author: Leanne D

Italian Fish Dishes Part 1.

10th January 2007
No. 1. Anguilla alla Milanese (Eels). Ingredients: Eels, butter, flour, stock, bay leaves, salt, pepper, Chablis, a macedoine of vegetables. Cut up a big eel and fry it in two ounces of butter, and when it is a good colour add a tablespoonful of flo... Read >
Author: Victor Tunggal Irawan
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