|by Louise Pickford|
Less functional than breakfast and more informal than lunch, brunch brings you the best of both worlds.
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Blend ingredients. Marinade pork chops, spare ribs or chicken for 2 hours in this sauce. Use as basting sauce.
Combine all ingredients well in a small saucepan. Bring to boil, but do not boil. Remove from fire when it reaches this stage. Pour into jar with lid ...
Boil chicken in ... and leave in pan. Pour sauce and pineapple over chicken. Stir gently. Cook uncovered about 20 minutes on simmer. Serve on white rice.
In 2 quart ... bean salad, pineapple, barbecue and Worcestershire sauce. Heat in oven until hot. Stir before serving. Excellent served at barbecue. Serves 6.
Mix all ingredients except cheese and pineapple. Place half of bean mixture in baking dish, then layer pineapple, layer cheese, bean mixture, ...
Coat chicken pieces ... combine undrained pineapple, barbecue sauce, cornstarch, brown ... rings. Serve with hot cooked rice if desired. Makes 6 servings.
In a 2-quart microsafe casserole combine all ingredients. Cook, covered, on high, 11-13 minutes or until heated through, stirring twice. Stir before ...
Roll chicken pieces in prepared pancake mix, then in flour. Fry in deep hot fat until golden brown. Place pieces in heavy pan. Combine remaining ...
Cook chicken; break ... peaches (drain juices first). Add barbecue sauce; add apricot preserves. Mix everything well. Bake at 350 degrees until mixture boils.
In case you ... Soak meat in sauce. Meat will ... 150-160 degrees. Drying time will take about 3-4 hours in the oven and about 6-8 hours in a dehydrator.
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