|Toasters (Household History)|
|by Elaine Marie Alphin|
Presents the history and development of this household appliance, describes how it works, and discusses its role in popular culture; includes reci...
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Wash and pat dry all meat pieces. Place in large flat dish. Pour buttermilk evenly over meat. Cover and allow to soak at least one hour or overnight ...
Rub meat lightly with lemon juice and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Roll in flour, place in hot oil. Brown thoroughly. Turn other side and brown. ...
Put rabbit in stew pot ... "Moss" "Light-n-Sweet Hush Puppy Mix, " mix according to hush puppy directions. Dip in pieces of rabbit and fry until golden brown.
Clean and dress ... platter. Brown flour in fat and add milk or cream. Bring to boiling and pour over rabbit. Garnish with sliced lemon. Add parsley. Serves 4.
Dip rabbit pieces in beaten ... minutes. Turn rabbit and bake another 30 minutes or until well done. What you've got is "fried" rabbit without all the grease.
Soak dressing rabbit in cold salted ... add water. Cook on low heat until water becomes gravy. More water may be added and cooked until rabbit is tender.
Wash dressed rabbits thoroughly under running ... rabbit: Season and roll in flour, then fry in fat until brown, cover and cook over low heat about 40 minutes.
Cut rabbit or squirrel into ... pieces lightly, on both sides, in the hot bacon grease. Reduce heat, cover and (turning occasionally) simmer until tender.
Combine ingredients for marinade. Pour over rabbit and refrigerate for ... coated. Fry in hot oil until golden and done, about 20 minutes per side. Serves 4.
Cut game into ... and seal with aluminum foil then the roaster lid. Bake in 350 degree oven for 1 hour. May add 1 onion (sliced) for each rabbit/squirrel.
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