|Healing Foods for Common Ailments|
|by Dr. Penny Stanway|
Healing Foods for Common Ailments is a clear and practical guide on how to treat specific ailments with our diet.
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Over medium heat, fry sausage in a large ... is where good gravy comes from. While ... cooked. Makes about 1 quart of gravy. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Cook sausage and drain excess ... want for the gravy. Add gravy ... you want. Stir constantly so it does not stick or burn. Serve over toast or biscuits.
Every recipe I've seen for sawmill gravy tends to look ... Use a medium breakfast sausage at the minimum. ... deglaze stage if you want some kick. . Moustache
Heat butter in ... skin and cut sausages into small pieces. ... to strained hot gravy. Reheat. Add ... taste. Serve over split, hot biscuits. Yield: 3 cups.
Preheat oven to 500°F. Cook sausage and onion in ... and onion. Taste gravy and season with ... in 500°F oven for about 10 minutes (until nicely browned).
In a large frying pan, fry the sausage and onions until ... Remember pork is salty, so be cautious when adding salt. Serve over open faced hot biscuits.
Cut biscuit in half and place scrambled ... bottom part then place sausages on top of the egg. Put gravy on top and last spread jelly on the other half.
Spray heavy skillet with release agent. Add sausage, onion and ... Serve over biscuits. Doubled, this recipe makes a large pan full and we serve over toast.
Fry sausage and onion in ... hot milk. Stir constantly until thickened. Season and serve over warm biscuits. Combine above until crumbly. Add, stir well.
Pour bacon or sausage drippings into small ... flour and brown to desired color. Carefully pour in milk and stir to desired thickness. Serve over biscuits.
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