|The Joy of Home Wine Making|
|by Terry A. Garey|
Port and sharries, whites, reds, roses and melomels -- make your own wine without owning a vineyard!If you can follow a simple recipe, you can cre...
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Take one cabbage, ... boiling vinegar. 2 gallon of cucumbers, green ... very fine 2 gallons more of cucumbers ... cookbook, adapted to modern canning standards.
For those of ... add to a gallon of salad oil. ... 1/2 to 4 gallons. Stir together ... add vinegar and mix thoroughly. makes 3 gallons. , Summitville, IN
Select lean, less ... of browning. Add wine to remove browned ... filling for a beef pot pie, or serve with dumplings. This is even better the next day!
Combine all ingredients and freeze. May be frozen in individual serving sizes if frozen in Ball freezer 1/2 pint or pint size jars. This is an old ...
This recipe makes ... quantity (over 2 gallons). Mix all ... hours or up to 2 1/2 days, turning at least once every day. Grill steaks to desired doneness.
Color with Grenadine ... and blend in gallon jug and refrigerate ... use 4 oz. wine, cordial or ... batches, as it will not last long. , Spring Hill, Fl.
By replacing most of the oil in a classic Caesar salad dressing with a purée of canned tuna we decrease the fat and increase the protein by eight ...
In a 5 quart kettle combine ... Add brandy to wine. Store in ... serve, simmer uncovered until hot. If you use a Rose wine, cut the water and sugar in half.
Combine raspberries, sugar, and 1 quart blush wine. Cover and ... garnish. About 35 (3 ounce) servings. Great as a Christmas punch, bridal shower or open house.
For sauce: Drain ... sauce and meatballs and mix carefully. When ready to serve sprinkle with cheese. Serve with breadsticks and a burgundy wine. Serves 12.
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