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This recipe was ... oil for the beef suet! We cooked ... while cooking, add tomatoes or any other seasoning you like -- add pinto beans cooked separately.
Grind the cooked meat and raw apples together coarsely using a meat grinder. Cook all together in a large kettle until heated through. Pack into hot ...
This was my Great-Grandmothers recipe. It is best made a few weeks before Christmas, then stored in a cool dry place (no need to refrigerate). To ...
Grind meat and suet. Beat egg ... strips of bacon on top, place in roasting pan in which 1 tablespoon fat has been melted. Bake in oven 350°F for 1 hour.
Put meat in ... minutes. Fry off suet and pour grease ... 1 large can tomato sauce, bouillon cubes, 1 can chili and enough water to keep tamales covered.
Render suet and drain. Brown beef in skillet using ... heated beans. Eat. If you like extra hot chili, use more Habanero chilies, hottest pepper in the world.
Grind cooked beef, apples and suet. Mix with other ingredients. Bake in double pie shell at 400 degrees for 35 to 40 minutes. Freeze unused mixture for later.
In a large ... if using all beef or part lamb. ... then release meat from rack with a large spatula or knife, and carefully slide onto a serving platter.
In a large nonmetallic bowl or pot, sprinkle salt over tomatoes. Cover and let stand at room temperature for 1 hour; drain. Cover tomatoes with ...
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