|by Lorenz Books|
This wonderful volume is a passport to a great culinary tradition: Japanese cuisine.
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Skin the crows. Cut away ... broth, lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste. Simmer for 20 minutes. Thicken with flour. Serve over rice or toast. Serves 4.
Mix one cup Old Crow Kentucky Bourbon with ... manure crust and remove crow. Throw crow away. Serve manure with LARGE shot of Old Crow Kentucky Bourbon.
In skillet brown the crow breasts, then place ... another layer of sauerkraut and pour sauerkraut juice over it. Bake two hours in oven heated to 350 degrees.
Pare apples and slice. Put in greased pie pan. Combine sugar and cinnamon. Sprinkle over apples. Add water. Dot with butter. Sift dry ingredients. ...
Slice apples into pie plate, sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon, spread dough over apples. Bake in hot oven 25 minutes. Turn upside down on plate with ...
Combine eggs, cayenne and seasoning salt in shallow pan. Place flour in another shallow pan. Combine bread crumbs and coconut in third pan. Dredge ...
Sportmen learn that the crow as well as ... and occasionally add a bit of water. Cook until tender. Season with H.P. Sauce or Worcestershire sauce. Serve.
Butter bottom of pan or dish (small baking pan or deep pie plate). Put 1 can pie filling in the bottom. Make a batter of sugar, egg, butter, milk, ...
Slice apples, place in well greased pan or Pyrex dish. Dot with butter, sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon. Mix flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. ...
Salt and pepper chicken to taste; brown in butter on both sides; remove; set aside. Add onions, green pepper and parsley to pan; cook until onions ...
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