|The Great Potato Book|
|by Thomas Hughes|
Discusses many aspects of the nutritious, delicious, versatile potato--its history, usefulness, and folklore, with games, jokes, and rhymes.
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Rinse the beans ... a large meaty ham bone or ham hocks, onions, celery, ... the soup. Add potatoes and carrots. Remove ... during the last 15 minutes.
Cover ham hocks with water. Add ... meat begins to separate from bone. Add sweet potatoes and simmer 30 to 40 minutes until potatoes are tender. Serves 4.
Cook meat, peas ... Drain sauerkraut; add potatoes and kraut to ... cook until tender (20 minutes). Add flour. Cook 2 to 3 minutes. Serve with rye bread.
Boil ham hocks until you have ... 20 minutes. Add potatoes and boil 20 ... rice. You can add more rice if you want thicker soup. Salt and pepper to taste.
The charizo, flank steak, onions, garlic, green pepper and tomato are chopped or sliced. The longer this soup warms the better. Can be frozen and ...
Cook ham hock. Prepare green ... Cook until beans are nearly tender, about 15 minutes, add quartered, peeled potatoes. Simmer low until potatoes are tender.
Heat water and ... tender. Remove pork hock, trim fat ... inch pieces; stir back into soup. Simmer until ready to eat. Serve with hot, buttered cornbread.
Add beans to ... in refrigerator. Add ham hock and potato to same water. ... well! 8 servings, calories 165, fat 2 grams, cholesterol 4 mlg, sodium 234 mlg.
Rinse beans. Cover ... salt pork and ham bone; bring to ... are tender. Add potatoes and collards or ... meat and return meat to soup. Serve in soup bowls.
Cook ham hocks 2 hours. Pull ... minutes. Then add potatoes and corn. Then add meat and tomato juice. Cook 20 minutes. Salt and pepper and a little sugar.
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