|The Ice Cream And Frozen Yogurt Cookbook|
|by Gar Hoffman|
Why make ice cream and frozen yogurt at home when supermarkets freezer cases are full of it? This cookbook offers more than 220 delicious reasons ...
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Combine cucumbers, salt and onions. Refrigerate 24 hours in covered container. Drain and add sugar and vinegar. Refrigerate 24 hours. Pack into small ...
Put sliced cukes and onion in large dish. Sprinkle with salt and allow to stand 2 hours, covered. Stir this mixture into sliced cukes and onion. Put ...
Refrigerate 24 hours; drain. Add: 1/2 c. white vinegar Refrigerate again for 24 hours. Put in containers and freeze.
Slice cukes and onions thin. Soak for 2 hours in salt. Drain but don't wash. Boil sugar and vinegar. Dissolve and cool. Put cukes and onions in ...
Sprinkle salt over ... freezer containers. Keep frozen at least 2 ... room temperature, then keep refrigerated. Pickles will keep in the freezer for a year.
Mix sliced cucumbers, onions, salt and 2 tablespoons water in 2 quart bowl, not aluminum. Let stand about 2 hours. Drain, but do not rinse Return to ...
Slice cucumbers. Mix ... liquid covers the pickles. Pack into ... room temperature. Once opened, store in refrigerator. Makes 4 or 5 pint sized containers.
Peel and slice cucumbers, sprinkle with salt. Let set for 2 hours. Combine vinegar and sugar, stir until sugar is dissolved, heating a bit if ...
Mix cucumbers, onions and salt and refrigerate two or more hours. Drain off liquid and add vinegar and sugar. Put in desired containers and freeze. ...
Mix cucumbers, onions, salt, water in two quart bowl. let stand 2 hours, drain. Add sugar, vinegar and dill. Stir from time to time until sugar ...
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