|James Beard's Beard on Birds|
|by James Beard|
America's most esteemed culinary instructor, the great James Beard, shares his winning ways with chicken, turkey, goose, duck, and wild game.
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Grind suet. Place in ... a suet bag when cakes are solid only. Needs no refrigeration. Keeps well in a dark, cool place, such as a corner of the cellar.
Melt the lard ... ingredients. Pour the suet mixture into a ... containers. (If adding optional ingredients this will then make 5 to 6 sandwich containers.)
Combine all ingredients ... minutes or until suet is melted, stirring ... small wire basket or in a mesh onion bag or any container you can hang on a tree.
Melt lard at low temperature. Stir in peanut butter. Add rest of ingredients. Stir well. Store in cool place with lids. Keeps 6-8 months.
Preparation: 15 minutes. ... 5-10 candles. Place suet in covered roaster; ... 1 cup. Combine bird seed with sunflower ... and add a cherry for the flame.
Chop or shave suet and place in ... by placing a bird pie inside and ... double plastic bag and crush finely with a rolling pin and save for future use.
Combine popcorn, bread ... aside. After putting suet through a meat ... for feeding the birds, first put ... and you too, shall hear His song of ecstasy!
1. In a large bowl, combine cornmeal, suet/peanut butter, sugar ... 3. Stir in bird seed. Cool. 4. ... covers badge requirement and is a lot of fun, too.
Mix all ingredients, ... while hot, pour over mixture, stirring well. Pour into disposable aluminum pie pans. Freeze, cut as much as needed for happy birds.
Prepare a sugar ... 1 lb. of suet (beef fat). Add ... mixture, wait until it thickens slightly, then extract cone. This mixture is an excellent winter diet.
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