|James McNair's Potato Cookbook|
|by James McNair|
James McNair, master of the single-subject cookbook, offers a beautiful new full-color book focused on America's favorite vegetable--the potato.
1 - 10 of 107 for ham cabbage potatoes
Shred cabbage. Peel potatoes and cut them ... chop scallions. Cut ham into 1/4" dice. ... vegetables with a potato masher to thicken ... the ham. Serves 4.
Cook cabbage until done but not over cooked. Add boiled potatoes and ham. Stir as little as possible. Season to taste.
Shred cabbage. Peel potatoes. Dice into ... including tops. Cut ham into 1/4 inch ... vegetables with a potato masher to thicken ... apple crisp for dessert.
Slice ham into sandwich size ... to boil. Add potatoes, cut in ... 1/2 hour. Cut cabbage in quarters, from ... cabbage and beans are done to your satisfaction.
Place ham in 4 quart ... 2 hours. Quarter cabbage, place in ... water level). Place potatoes in pan with ... (ham on platter) with remaining juice as gravy.
Melt butter and ... large skillet. Add ham, saute about 5 minutes. Add potatoes and saute another 5 minutes. Cut up cabbage into bite-size pieces ... 10 minutes). Serves 4.
Combine ingredients in pan of water except salt, pepper, and butter. Cook until vegetables are tender; adding seasoning toward end. Before serving, ...
This is a ... the meat and potatoes together. When the ... soften add the cabbage. Season with ... cook's whim. Can be served as a side dish or full meal.
In 20 gallon ... larger vegetables. Cut ham and sausage, place ... 1 1/2 hours after water boils. Note: Do not place cans on direct fire, on grills only.
Smash (smash not mash) the potatoes with the heel ... and press the potato mixture into the ... on the bottom, 25-30 minutes. Invert on plate and serve.
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