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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.

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 ...

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

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 ...

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 ...

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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