|The Science of Healthy Drinking|
|by Gene Ford|
The scientific evidence is mounting daily: Moderate drinking is good for you! No longer is abstinence from alcohol a rule of good health.
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Crumble meat in skillet, season ... starting to brown, add pork and beans. Cook slowly until almost dry and seasonings are well blended, stirring often.
First you get ... it with ground meat. Slice zucchini. Then you make your batter. Beat egg white with cornstarch, then add yolk. Then fry in oil. Then eat it.
Cook in skillet until almost done. Stir often. Add corn, chilies, salt and pepper. cook until done and stir often.
Mix the above and shape into meatballs about the size of a golf ball. Bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes. Mix: 1 can cranberry sauce, jellied (not ...
Cook meat and onions, drain. ... roll (flattened). Top with another roll then press edges together with a fork. Can be frozen, wrap individually with foil.
Many different kinds of meat can be used for hamburgers. If ox ... days. Better to use it the first day and then make up extra into patties and freeze them.
Meat Loaf: Combine all ... into 8 slices. Hamburger Preparation: Omit egg ... Turn; continue cooking 5 additional minutes for medium doneness. Serves 8.
Combine all ingredients. Shape into patties and fry in small amount of oil or Crisco (or can be broiled).
In a large skillet, brown hamburger and soup, potatoes ... with biscuits. Bake at 400 degrees for 15 minutes or until biscuits are well browned. Serves 4.
Mix well, then mix in 1 cup water. Make into 2 tight rolls. Wrap in foil and refrigerate 24 hours. Leaving in foil, boil 1 hour in water to cover. ...
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