|Salt: A World History|
|by Mark Kurlansky|
Homer called salt "a divine substance", while Plato described it as "especially dear to the gods".
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In a large shallow pan, place rice. Mix together soup, mushrooms, liquid, and orange juice. Pour this over rice. Place chicken pieces on top. ...
Fry sausage until cooked thoroughly, drain. Cook macaroni in boiling salted water. (1 gallon water, 2 tablespoons per pound of macaroni) 15 minutes. ...
Cook celery, onion and pepper in butter 5 minutes. Combine turkey, pimento, mushroom soup, soy sauce and water. Add sour cream to cooked noodles. ...
Follow recipe on ... 5 cup milk plus 1 package Jiffy ... pancakes - 15 people. 1 case ... cases baking mix = 3600 (4 to 4 1/2 inch) pancakes - 900 people.
Cut elephant into ... will feed 3800 people. If more ... them ONLY if you have extra guests because most people don't like to find a hare in their stew!
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