|"Good Housekeeping" Complete Christmas|
|by Good Housekeeping Institute|
From a countdown to Christmas to recipes for Boxing Day and the New Year, this aims to be the only book you need for celebrating Christmas.
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To make brine, combine water, brine, bay leaves and sugar in a large stainless steel or enamel pot or plastic food bucket (do not use an aluminum ...
Ham or chicken ... and removed before canning. In a ... jar ring. Inspect seal (cap should be indented downward). Wash jar and store in a cool, dark place.
Almost cover the above with water and simmer 1 hour. Put into sterilized jars and process 20 minutes in hot water bath or can be frozen. Add to ...
Pour brine over tomatoes. This makes enough brine for 6-7 quarts tomatoes. Add fresh dill if available. Ready to serve in six weeks.
Place carrots, green beans, ... water in canner returns to boiling. Remove jars and complete seals unless closures are self-sealing type. Makes 10 pints.
Grind all ingredients in food processor and sprinkle salt over and let stand for 1 hour. Drain well. Bring to a boil Add squash mixture to liquid ...
In clean, hot jars place 1 or 2 garlic cloves, onion slice, large head of dill, and cucumbers. Cover to 1/2 inch of top with brine. Wipe rim. Screw ...
Mix vegetables together with salt. Soak 3 hours. Drain. Add sugar, turmeric and enough vinegar to cover. Bring to a boil. Cook 15 minutes. Put in ...
Shred cabbage fine ... moisture. Add grated carrot and green pepper. ... over slaw while still a little warm. Place in plastic containers, seal and freeze.
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