|Bread: From Sourdough to Rye|
|by Linda Collister|
"Bread" begins in The Americas, from the original tortilla to bagels. France, Italy, and Spain offer Pain de Campagne, Focaccia, Pizza and more.
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Soak squirrel overnight in salt ... squirrel until tender, salt to taste. Remove from liquid and drain on paper towel. Dip in batter and fry quickly in hot oil.
Make sure all ... cleaned off the squirrel. Cut it ... a medium fire until brown and tender. This is a real sweet meat. Cook it just like fried chicken.
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.
Make sure all ... cleaned off the squirrel. Cut it ... until brown and tender. This is a real sweet meat. You can smother a squirrel just like a chicken.
Soak cut up squirrel overnight in refrigerator ... and brown. Pour off drippings. Now add butter and orange juice. Cover and steam 15 minutes. Serves 6.
Take 5 or 6 squirrels, cut up, ... oil until brown. Serve as is, or mix 1 can of mushroom soup and 1 can of water; heat; serve over cooked rice or noodles.
Sprinkle quail, dove or squirrel pieces liberally with ... cup milk. Drain, dip in pancake flour and fry in deep fat (375 degrees) for about 10 minutes.
Cut rabbit or squirrel into serving pieces. ... on both sides, in the hot bacon grease. Reduce heat, cover and (turning occasionally) simmer until tender.
Clean animal well, make sure that all hair is removed and cut into pieces. Roll or shake in salted and peppered flour. Heat cooking oil (about 1 - 1 ...
Lightly brown onion in butter and oil mixture. Douse meat pieces in seasoned flour and brown. Sprinkle curry on each piece.
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