|by Gerard Basset|
For those who can barely tell a red wine from a rose or a sauvignon from a sancerre, this book starts with the very basics.
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Put tomatoes, onions and hot peppers in large ... but not hot pickles, reduce hot ... the amount called for and fill. Measure with chopped sweet peppers.
Soak pig's tail, ... if necessary. Fry fish (and bone if ... eggplant (optional), chopped hot pepper, cooked pig's ... to the kalalloo prior to cooking.
Flake tuna as ... remaining ingredients. Stuff hot dog rolls and ... Heat in oven at 400 degrees for approximately 20 minutes. Sandwiches may be frozen.
In large saucepan, ... tomatoes, clam juice, pickle, salt, and ... to boil; add fish. Reduce heat. ... Stir in parsley. Serve in bowl with a boiled potato.
Make a boat ... foil. Put skinned fish in it. Sprinkle ... flour, then add hot broth and stir ... minutes, stirring often. Serve hot on fish or vegetables.
Clean, wash and ... mushrooms, celery, carrots, pickles, cauliflower, peppers ... add the peppers, hot pepper, mushrooms, olives, ... extra handful especially mushrooms!
Arrange fish in a shallow ... celery, spice, crushed hot pepper, and garlic. ... let cool. Sprinkle with parsley. Refrigerate overnight. Makes 2 servings.
Mix ingredients. Butter hot dog rolls; fill ... in aluminum foil. Put in refrigerator until ready to heat. Heat at 250 degrees for 30 minutes. Serves 12.
Mix Jello and ... tuna, celery, eggs, pickles, and onion. ... well into Jello mixture. Garnish with sliced stuffed olives. Return to refrigerator to set.
1. Preheat oven ... minutes without turning fish, until fish ... coating, broil for 2-3 minutes. 3. Meanwhile in small bowl mix tartar sauce ingredients.
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