|The Chef's Garden|
|by A. M. Clevely|
People have had it with bland supermarket tomatoes and other genetically engineered, mass-produced, chemically coated fruits and vegetables.
Tip: Try cider perk for more results.
Results 1 - 10 of 10 for apple cider perk
Core and slice apple. Layer with ... orange juice or cider vinegar, and mustard. ... for 1 hour. Uncover and bake 30 minutes longer. Makes 4 to 6 servings.
Combine fruit juices in bottom of 30 cup electric percolator. Place remaining ingredients in basket. Percolate about 30 minutes. Serve from ...
Line basket of ... coffee maker and perk until done. To ... basket but the spices may be used again. Delicious hot, but equally good chilled after perking.
Combine apple cider, cranberry juice, ... into an auto percolator. Place the sugar and spices in perk basket. Allow to go through perk cycle. Serve hot.
Put cider and cranberry juice in large coffee pot (20 cup or larger). Put remaining ingredients in basket and perk. Remove basket when done perking.
In party pot ... spice and sugar in basket perk. Perk until hot; pour over lemon slices. Or put in large pan, bring to boil; simmer, covered 20 minutes.
Put 2 juice sand cider in electric perk. In basket, put ... (4). Perk as you would coffee. Great on a cold winter night. Makes 30 cups (in electric perk).
Put cider, rum and ... basket, put 3 sticks cinnamon, 1 teaspoon whole cloves and 1 teaspoon whole allspice. Let this perk. Drink is ready after perking.
Make in large ... Put brown sugar, cinnamon sticks and whole cloves in top of basket. Perk as usual. Serve when perking is complete. Very good in winter!
Combine cider, juices, lemonade in an automatic percolator. Place spices in perk basket. Allow all ingredients to go through the perk cycle. Serve hot.
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