|Wonderful World of Wine|
|by Bob Quinlan|
A wine book for the beginner that will help you to understand the history of wines.
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In a 15 x 12 inch baking dish, place dove, breast side down. Do ... occasionally. Add sour cream and stir. Bake, uncovered, for about 20 minutes. Yield: 6 servings.
Place meat in ... uncovered 20 minutes. Serve over combined white and wild rice. Serves 6-8. You can add the rice to the dove breasts, and make a casserole.
Place dove breasts in a single ... breasts twice in the sauce during baking time. Place doves on platter with wild rice and spoon sauce over rice and doves.
Filet dove breast from breast bone. ... to 12 minutes, depending on temperature of the fire. You want the bacon to be crisp. Good hunting and good eating!
Place doves in a large ... marinate in Louisiana Hot Sauce for several minutes. Coat breasts with flour mixture and fry on both sides until brown and tender.
This recipe is terrific during dove season, but is ... bacon 16 dove breast or a comparable ... the pieces around the pepper and cheese before skewering.
Arrange meat in large baking dish; do not crowd. Saute onion in butter; add remaining ingredients except sour cream and rice. Pour mixture over meat. ...
Saute floured and peppered dove in butter. Mix soups and sherry. Put dove in roaster. Add soup mixture. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour or until tender.
Salt and pepper and flour doves. Melt fat ... cup water; cover skillet. Simmer for 1 hour or until tender. Add more water if necessary. Serve with rice.
Put dove on wire rack ... couple of slices of onion in cavity. Put foil on top of bacon. Wrapped cove breast. Bake in 300 degree oven for 30-45 minutes.
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