|by Leonard Lewis|
Ranging from the beer-and-ginger stewed Coq au Ballantine, including a home-prepared serving of Nova Lox, and on to Won Ton Soup, this collection ...
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Combine cucumbers, onion and salt. Mix and allow to sit at room temperature for 2-3 hours. Do not rinse. Stir together sugar and vinegar until ...
Put in container cover and let stand at least 2 hours before serving. . BRADY
In a small bowl combine cucumber, pimiento, Worcestershire sauce, onion, lemon juice, chili powder and Tabasco sauce. Gently blend in sour cream. ...
Combine: 2 c. ... above items over cukes and onions. Cover ... refrigerator for at least 12 hours. Before eating pickles will keep at least 6 weeks in refrigerator.
Mix the first ... 3 hours, drain cukes and rinse well. ... cukes and onions. Mix well. Pour into freezer containers. (DELICIOUS, BUT NOT FOR DIABETICS.)
Whisk vinegar, sugar, ... cabbage, carrot and cuke. Toss to ... Refrigerate, covered, tossing occasionally, 4 to 6 hours. Serve chilled. Makes 6-8 servings.
Combine dressing ingredients. Pour over cuke mixture and marinate a few hours before serving. Note: No mayonnaise or sour cream.
Place in bowl ... and drain. Place cuke mixture in 4 (1 quart) zip lock bags. Pour solution over cukes. Add 1/2 cup mixture in each zip lock bag. Freeze.
Mix chicken, broccoli, carrots, and onion. Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste. If you prefer a stronger garlic flavor, use garlic salt. Dressing: ...
Mix brine together. Do not heat. Pour over above vegetables. Let stand overnight in refrigerator. Put in jar and refrigerate. Keeps for months. Can ...
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