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In a small ... Bake at 325F until cheese has browned lightly. This is also great with a good lunch meat ham and salami! try using banana peppers, too.

Grate onion and potatoes. (Grate onion first to keep potatoes from darkening.) Add salt and pepper to taste. Add flour to make a heavy batter. Put 1" ...

In small saucepan, saute onion in butter until tender. With a whisk, blend in flour. Gradually stir in milk and cook until sauce thickens, stirring ...

About 50 minutes before serving: In large covered pot, over medium heat, in hot butter, cook carrots, onions, cabbage, parsley, stirring ...

About 50 minutes before serving: In covered 4 quart sauce pot over medium heat, in hot butter, cook carrots, onions, cabbage, parsley and salt 20 ...

Separate eggs. Mix yolks in milk. Stir in sugar. Save some sugar for egg whites. Stir in extract, whiskey, brandy and rum. Beat egg whites with sugar ...

(Optional: You can add 2-3 stalks celery and/or broccoli, cauliflower, diced.) In a Dutch oven, melt butter over medium heat. Cook fresh vegetables, ...

Heat in a heavy kettle the 3 tablespoons oil. Add carrots, onions, celery, cabbage, parsley and salt. Cook over medium heat about 15 minutes, ...

Heat oil in heavy kettle. Add carrots, onions, celery, cabbage, parsley and salt. Cook over medium heat about 15 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add ...

In England the most notable Good Friday custom is baking ... until mixture is thick. Add flavoring. If frosting is to thin, add more confectioners' sugar.


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