|Down the Kitchen Sink|
|by Beverley Nichols|
The phrase "kitchen sink" may suggest squalor and disillusionment, but Beverley Nichols transforms it into a symbol of merriment and adventure.
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Place ribs in large pan (pressure cooker base), cover with water and add 2 tablespoons vinegar bring to boil, simmer for 15 minutes and drain. ...
Mix all ingredients except cole slaw and cashews. Stir well with wire whisk. Add sauce and cashews to cole slaw and toss, chill and serve. Serves ...
Grind everything together ... mill (dedicated to grinding spices - if possible, otherwise your next cup of coffee might have some interesting flavors!).
This dish can ... spring onion, the star aniseed and the ... salad or cut up a cucumber or two. Add a little sesame oil and light soy sauce. Let it chill.
Clean wings and separate at joints. Bring all ingredients except chicken to a boil. Add wings and simmer 40 minutes. This is good for a crowd. It may ...
Cut 3-inches off tip end of asparagus and cook until just tender. Plunge into ice water; drain and dry. Cut the remaining parts of asparagus in ...
Rinse chicken and ... sauce, salt, and five star spice. Rub 1/2 ... Brush with glaze for another 10 minutes. Cool, chop. Sprinkle with cilantro and serve.
Saute garlic, ginger, ... soy, catsup, honey, star anise or 5-spice, and "heat." ... smokier flavor can be developed in a Weber or other covered barbecue.
Rub sugar on pork. Combine remainder of sauce ingredients and pour over pork. Marinate 24 hours. Place baking rack in pan with a small amount of ...
Mix all ingredients. Make a soft dough with your hand. Let set in a cool place overnight. Shape into the size of walnuts. Bake 375 degrees for 12 to ...
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