|James Beard's Beard on Birds|
|by James Beard|
America's most esteemed culinary instructor, the great James Beard, shares his winning ways with chicken, turkey, goose, duck, and wild game.
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Brush goose with olive oil and sprinkle lightly with garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper and paprika. Roast in a 375°F degree oven for 20 ...
Melt lard. Stir in peanut butter. Add dry ingredients. Form balls. Hang outside, the birds love them. Yield: 4 large balls.
This is an easy way to make bird treats to hang ... you want or made the pinecones just ... creatures you attract with these delicious snacks :) . (Rollie)
Combine all ingredients and mix well to make stuffing. Rinse goose well in cold running water. Pat dry. Sprinkle inside and out liberally with Kosher ...
When I make ... with just a few suet squares. Put in the feeder out of the sun and they will feed any birds that hang around during winter. Fun and cheap!
Crumble shredded wheat ... nutmeg, cinnamon, chocolate curls or other desired toppings. (For a real treat, substitute jelly beans or gum drops for bird eggs.)
1. In a ... 3. Stir in bird seed. Cool. 4. ... dine. This has been a very successful Cub Scout project. It covers badge requirement and is a lot of fun, too.
Preparation: 15 minutes. ... 1 cup. Combine bird seed with sunflower ... each candle to secure. Frost top with peanut butter and add a cherry for the flame.
Separate eggs and ... bread sticks in bird seed and cover ... for 15 to 20 minutes at 350 degrees. Cool. Hand bird feeder from a tree using yarn or string.
Mix together and serve to your favorite feathered friends. A nice winter treat and attracts a variety of birds.
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