|The Commonsense Book of Wine|
|by Leon D. Adams|
America's most popular wine areciation guide for the novice to the expert. A concise, no-nonsense style makes sense out of other confusing wine in...
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Slice Abalone into ... into crumbs or batter and drop into ... Remove and set on paper towel to soak off extra oil. Eat while still warm... Mmmmm . Mokma
Prepare fish for cooking. Combine batter ingredients, mixing carefully ... Serve with tartar sauce (recipe follows) or your favorite salsa. Mix. Mix. Mix.
Beat egg yolks ... slowly to keep batter smooth. Slice pickles 1/2 inch thick, ... towel. Dip pickle slices in batter and fry in hot deep fat. Serve warm.
Make batter of milk, eggs. Dip pickles in batter and roll in flour; deep fry. For sauce, use French horseradish mustard, mayonnaise and garlic salt to taste.
You will need ... pan and pour batter in pan. Smooth ... pita pocket with pickles, tomato slices and lettuce. Enjoy. ... also delicious when served cold.
To serve 4. ... if desired dill pickle juice. Beat with ... pieces into the batter, rolling for ... towel. Remove loose pieces of batter from fryer regularly.
Cut fish into ... waxed paper. Make batter of 1/2 cup ... the fish is cooked. Serve over brown rice, then sauce on top with soy sauce. This is very good!
1. Simmer pork, ... salt until smooth. Batter will be thick. ... Drain liquid from pickles into 1 cup ... chunks and deep fried pork. Heat again, ... time and kept warm.
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