|British Columbia Wine Country|
|by John Schreiner|
In the tradition of WASHINGTON WINE COUNTRY comes a glorious look at British Columbia's wine industry.
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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.
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!
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
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 ...
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.
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.
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