|Everyone Can Cook Seafood|
|by Eric Akis|
A lively and user-friendly guide. Seafood is a healthy and popular choice, but many home cooks are intimidated by it.
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Melt butter in ... the butter. Arrange peaches over this and pour the peach juice over it ... 325°F until crust rises to top and browns, about 30 minutes.
Layer in order given. Bake at 325 degrees for 1 hour.
Bake ham for ... powder and water. Stir occasionally. Remove from stove and add drained peaches. Pour mixture over ham and bake an additional 20 minutes.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Drain peaches and reserve juice. ... 10 minutes. Sprinkle coconut over peaches. Bake 3 more minutes. Serve warm with cookies.
Soak slices overnight ... Next day, cook peaches over low heat ... day. May be frozen or canned. Tastes very much like dried peaches. Great for fried pies.
Fill jars with peach slices and add 1/2 cup sugar per jar and fill with cold water and put in water bath for 25 minutes.
Blanch peaches in boiling water ... Hot water bath 25 minutes. For 1 crate of peaches: 16 c. water Boil 5 minutes. Approximately 12 quarts yield per crate.
Wash peaches thoroughly, cut in ... on. Combine and cook down real low stirring often (they will stick real easy). Put in sterile jars and seal or freeze.
Sterilize 6 pint ... dissolve sugar. Peel peaches; stick 2 ... cinnamon stick from syrup to each jar. Fill each with hot syrup and seal. Yield: 6 pints.
Put 1/2 cup ... When clear, peel peaches. Put in ... Let jars cool in water until room temperature. Remove jars and cool. Can also do pears and apricots.
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