|Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book|
|by Better Homes and Gardens|
The updated classic cookbook includes 1,300 taste-tested blue-ribbon recipes, hundreds of preparation techniques, meal-planning hints, cooking tip...
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Cook meat with ... (do not add milk or butter). Add meat with potatoes; mix well. Place in pie shell and top on it. Bake at 425°F until golden brown.
Cube meat. Grate ... Roll as for pie crust. Fill one ... 400 degree oven for 1 hour. Serve with a tossed green salad, this makes a complete meal for two.
Fry pork and ... together place in pie shell and cover. ... Pour boiling water over Crisco. Mix well, add flour and salt. Mix and chill for about 1 hour.
Cook ground pork ... juicy but not sloppy. Pour into pie crust. Top with crust. Bake at 357 degrees for 1 hour. Pies can be frozen both baked and unbaked.
Cut shortening into flour. Blend in eggs and salt. Use enough water to form ball. On floured surface roll dough thin. Cut into squares 1"x1". Boil ...
Slowly cook pork ... 5 (9-inch) 2-crust pies. Bake for ... and milk. Sprinkle milk on top of crust to make it golden. Make 4 or 5 cuts in middle of crust.
Cut off good ... as you would pie dough, adding water ... boiling broth. Stir and simmer 20 to 30 minutes. Add beans last 15 minutes with some ham pieces.
Sift together flour, ... and size of pie plate. Pile half ... 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Smaller circles may be rolled and cut out to make appetizer size.
Recipe for your ... put filling in pie crust. Be sure ... Bake at 350 degrees until brown, about 45 minutes or 1 hour. Can be frozen. Heat and serve warm.
Wash the stalks ... Line a deep pie plate with unbaked ... use any water as the rhubarb is juicy. Place top crust on and bake in moderate oven until done.
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