|Hamlyn Herb Book|
|by Arabella Boxer|
This guide introduces the principles of herb gardening and cookery. Each herb is comprehensively covered detailing origins, culinary use, medicina...
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Guests will rave about this combination of fire roasted salsa and ... let ripen at room temperature. © 2006 and ®/™ General Mills, used with permission.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Use fresh, black, sweet cherries in season. Otherwise use drained, canned, pitted Bing cherries, or frozen sweet ...
Although it takes ... to dig the pit and prepare the ... rocks. Build a fire in the pit ... Bury in the pit for 3 to 3 1/2 hours. Yields: 4 or 5 servings.
Clean vegetables. Leave ... Use a metal fire pot at least ... over an open pit. If you ... swimming, water skiing, or for fun. Your guests will be delighted.
Combine ketchup, steak ... Build a charcoal fire and let burn ... one side of pit. Put grill ... with warm barbecue sauce. Serve at once. Can be reheated.
Sprinkle fajitas with ... preferably overnight. Prepare pit for cooking by ... tight). Start another fire in your barbecue ... eat them myself. I promise.
Soak ducks in ... onions. Use a pit that cooks with ... with smoke from fire until ducks are ... hours, depending on size of ducks and temperature of fire.
Soak beans overnight, ... and set in fire pit, using hole ... in this way. The cooking can be hurried along by building another fire on top of the dirt.
Cook together sugar, ... water. Remove from fire, set pan ... Roll into a long cylinder about 1 inch in diameter and let stand 24 hours. Cut into slices.
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