|Gault Millau Guide to German Wines|
|by Joel Payne|
This new edition of Gault Millau Guide to German Wines features indepth reference to Germany's best wines and in particular Riesling.
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Salt and pepper steaks, rub both ... Add water as needed, cover and simmer for 2 hours. When meat is done, remove and use flour and juice to make gravy.
Mix together tomato ... Worcestershire sauce. Cut steak into 2x4 inch ... hours until meat can be cut by fork. Serve with buttered noodles and green beans.
Spread mustard on the sliced steak, very thinly. ... meat rolls have cooked to tender, remove, set aside. Add 1/2 cup water to drippings for gravy mixture.
Spread steaks lightly with brown ... thickening of the gravy. If too thick, add water until you have the consistency you desire. Adjust salt and pepper to taste.
Chop bacon into ... with noodles or spaetzle. Makes 8-10 servings. Approximately 24 pickles, preferably imported German cucumber pickles i.e. Gundelshiem.
In large deep skillet or electric skillet brown sausage that you have cut into "coins." Remove cooked sausage and drain excess grease. Add 1 cup ...
1. Spread beef slices thinly with mustard. 2. Add a little salt and pepper, put one slice of bacon, onion, pickle slices or a carrot on each slice of ...
Thoroughly brown ground meat in lightly greased skillet. Add salt, pepper and ketchup and mix well. Add pork and beans. Pour into casserole dish and ...
Sprinkle meat generously ... back up to a slow simmer and add the browned steak. Simmer for 10 minutes. Serve hot over cooked egg noodles or brown rice.
Cut meat in bite-size pieces, season with flour, salt and pepper. Brown well. Remove meat to baking dish. Add sliced onion to meat. In skillet brown ...
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