|Cooking with the Wines of Washington|
|by Cheryl-Lynn Townsin|
Experiencing the flavors of Washington's great vineyards. Cooking with the Wines of Washington provides a tour through the wineries of Washington...
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Saute onion and garlic in large kettle in olive oil. Add tomatoes, tomato sauce and spices. Simmer about 30 minutes. Remove bay leaf. Add spinach. ...
Mix soup mix according to ... medium heat for 15 minutes. Add pasta and cook until pasta is tender about 10 minutes. Serve hot sprinkled with Parmesan cheese.
In a saucepan, saut the green pepper, onion and garlic in oil until tender. Add tomatoes, water, basil, bouillon, pepper and sugar; bring to a boil. ...
1. Trim and ... part of the soup at a time ... tends to sink, therefore, I always put it in a little serving dish and invite others to add it to the soup.
Poach chicken in stock. In saucepan melt butter; stir in flour. Cook slow for 30 minutes, making a pale roux. Stir in dry mustard. Add cooled stock ...
Saute onion in butter. Add spinach, then chicken broth and seasonings. Blend in butter with cream cheese. Serve hot or cold.
Saute mushrooms and onions in butter until onions are translucent. Stir in flour. Slowly add 2 cups milk while stirring. Add spinach and garlic ...
Cook spinach and drain. Saute onions in butter. Add cooked spinach. Puree in blender with remaining ingredients. Chill several hours in large glass ...
Brown ground beef ... sauce. Add more water if needed. Simmer 30 minutes. Boil pasta and add to soup mixture during the last 5 to 10 minutes of cooking time.
Heat oil in ... will be stronger on the second day. You can also add an additional can of chicken broth to thin out the soup if the pasta absorbs it. Enjoy!
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