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Safety Warning: A special pressure fryer is the only type of pressure cooker that you can fry in safely. Read your manufacturer's instructions ...

into 1/4 inch dice and brown in bottom of a saucepan. Add onion, garlic and pepper; sauté 5 minutes. Add potatoes, celery and boiling water or ...

Combine flour, baking powder, salt and set aside. Beat butter with sugar until light and fluffy; add eggs, one at a time, beating after each ...

An Old Southern Recipe - Here ... Beat well and bake in a well-greased pan for 25 minutes at 375°F. Serve from baking dish with a large spoon. Serves 4.

Crush mint leaves and sugar in a 12 ounce glass. Fill with cracked ice and whiskey. Stir until glass frosts. Decorate with mint sprig.

Soak ham in cold water. Drain; wipe off moisture. Place in shallow baking dish. Stick with cloves and distribute peppercorns about ham. Sprinkle with ...

In a stockpot large enough to cover ham, cover ham with cold water. Add half (1 cup) of the molasses and 1 cup of the vinegar. Allow to stand in a ...

Gradually add corn meal to boiling water. Stir in butter and salt and cook over hot water in a double boiler until thick. Pour mixture into a mixing ...

Cut catfish fillets into 3 inch strips. Dissolve salt in 1 quart of water and marinate fish in refrigerator for 60 minutes or 30 minutes at room ...

Soak ham in enough cold water to cover for 30-60 minutes. Drain and pat dry. Place in a shallow-sided baking dish. Push whole cloves into ham slice. ...

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