|by Karen Cross McKeown|
Whether it's chops, roasts, hams, bacon, or sausages, it's all pork, and this book celebrates the versatile pig with dozens of delicious recipes.
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Combine the water, sugar and spices in a large stainless steel stock pot. Bring to a boil and reduce heat to low. Barely simmer liquid for 2 hours. ...
Combine and simmer for 10 minutes. Serve hot. 65 calories per 1/2 cup serving.
In a large ... minutes. Stir occasionally. Serve hot in coffee cups or mugs. As decoration you may add a stick of cinnamon. Great hot drink for cold weather.
Put into a teaball: Simmer everything together for 30 to 40 minutes. Float the cinnamon stick on top while simmering. Add 1 cup of (preferably good) ...
Put everything in large pan and heat. Serve warm.
Heat water, sugar and spices in a large 5 quart pan. Simmer for 10 minutes. Remove spices. Add orange and lemonade concentrate, apple cider and 4 ...
Served on Christmas ... Bring to boil and simmer. Add apple juice and heat to almost boiling point. Serve very hot. (May use large coffee urn to keep warm.)
Use a 30 cup drip coffee maker. Combine in bottom, where water goes, the apple cider, cranberry juice, orange juice and lemonade. Put in basket, ...
Bring to a boil and then simmer. Keeps well in the refrigerator.
In party pot ... spice and sugar in basket perk. Perk until hot; pour over lemon slices. Or put in large pan, bring to boil; simmer, covered 20 minutes.
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