|Wild Sourdough: The Natural Way to Bake|
|by Yoke Mardewi|
We have to thank the ancient Egyptians for the sourdough bread we know today.Wild Sourdough is a hands-on and highly practical guide to sourdough ...
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Cut meat in ... Pour over meat. Bake at 325°F for ... minutes. Serve over noodles or rice. This can be cooked in crock-pot. Beef steaks can be used.
Mix first 4 ... pie or popover. Bake at 325 degrees ... brown and tender. Best to make two pasties in 1 pie pan. Fill other 1/2 of pie pan like the first.
Cut meat in thin strips about 3 inches long. Make batter out of all other ingredients. Put meat in batter. Stir to coat. Marinate for at least 3 ...
In frying pan, ... of beef or venison in oil; transfer ... meat. Cover and bake in 350 degree ... stir in sour cream and serve over cooked wide noodles.
Melt butter in ... chopped onion. Coat steaks with flour & ... steak. Cover & bake at 350°F for ... hours. Fry mushrooms and serve over steaks.
Cut steak into serving pieces. ... and garlic into venison. Brown in ... bouillon over top. Bake, covered, in ... degrees) 1 hour; uncovered 1/2 hour. Serves 6.
Make a flour ... powder. Cover the venison before cooking with ... meat is covered. Bake at slow temperature ... hours. The longer it bakes the better it is.
Heat oven to ... meat tenderizer on steaks and tenderize both ... Cover with foil and bake for 30 minutes. The last 5 minutes, remove foil. Serve with rice.
Set oven to ... then pound into steak a little at ... tomatoes over all and sprinkle with garlic and Worcestershire sauce. Bake for 2 1/2 hours in covered dish.
Cut steak into serving pieces. ... flour. Repeat. Pour bouillon over top. Bake covered in moderate oven (350 degrees) 1 hour and then uncovered 1/2 hour.
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