|The Cholesterol Content of Food|
|by Corinne T. Netzer|
A guide to the cholesterol in foods lists five thousand different types of food, including fast foods, brand-name and generic foods, fresh foods, ...
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This recipe was ... replaces the salt pork or pancetta in ... prosciutto. Cook's Note: Fresh herbs are preferred ... soup tastes even better the next day!
Par-boil meats. Chop greens fine. Fry bacon to get 3 tablespoons of drippings. Remove bacon. Add greens and cover with water (but not too much). Add ...
1. In a ... ham bone, salt pork, salt and ... frequently and mash the softest beans against the sides of the pan to form a thick sauce for remaining beans.
Wash beans and cover with water, bring to a boil and skim off sediment which appears, or soak overnight. Add half of the onions and the bacon. When ...
Place beans in ... Throw in the pork hocks and bring to ... total cooking time. Taste for salt and pepper. Serve with grated cheese on top. Serves 8-10.
Simmer pork, onion, salt ... Traditionally served with fried whole potatoes. Use small unpeeled potatoes. Boil until done; skin. Fry in butter until browned.
Bring salt pork or ham hocks to boil until just about tender. Add fresh peas cook until tender.
Cook fresh pigeons in the ... back or salt pork, ham hock, onion, sweet ... 30 minutes in low heat at half time stir and cover again until rice is cooked.
Wash and drain mustard greens. Put in pot with meat, add just enough water to cover. Simmer, covered, until meat is tender. Wash and drain turnip ...
Clean collard greens well. Cut fat from pork. Bring water ... Simmer all day. Add salt to taste and serve. Cabbage may be substituted for the collard greens.
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