|A New Way to Cook|
|by Sally Schneider|
A NEW WAY TO COOK is the ultimate guide to cooking for the new century. It is an inspired cookbook that embodies the way we want to cook and feel ...
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Put all ingredients, except ham, in a ... temperature of 140°F on a meat thermometer. (Bag may darken as the ham cooks, but this ... it is not burning!)
In a large ... a layer of ham or prosciutto and ... 3.4mg iron, 2.9mg Vitamin C, 4.4IU Vitamin D, 14.4g saturated fat, 1.6g polyunsaturated fat, 1.7g sugar.
Combine potatoes, onion and ham in a lightly ... potatoes. Cover and cook on low 7 ... teaspoon cream of tartar; drain and proceed with recipe. ENJOY!!!
33% calorie reduction from traditional recipe Place ham in roasting pan; ... Stir in cherries. Cook over medium heat ... 24 packets Equal® sweetener. Equal
"A recipe I ... preheat oven. Place ham, straight from ... to medium and cook, uncovered, about ... Serve remaining sauce with ham. Makes 2 1/4 cups sauce.
Scoop inside out of tomatoes with a grapefruit knife; invert, drain on paper towels. Use following fillings:
If desired, cut ... a 10-inch skillet cook bacon, onion and ... or bratwurst and ham. Bring mixture ... until apples are tender. Makes 4 main dish servings.
Heat oven to ... baking pan; score ham. Mix remaining ... standing.) Let stand 10 minutes. Serve with reserved marmalade mixture. Makes 10 to 12 servings.
Preheat oven to ... discard casing from ham. Using a ... yield about twelve 4 ounce servings; remaining ham can be wrapped and refrigerated for future use.
In saucepan combine ... blend in milk. Cook, stirring constantly, ... cups; toss with ham, apple, green ... radish. Toss with cooked mixture. Serve in cabbage shell. Makes 6 servings.
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