|The Truth About Food|
|by Jill Fullerton-Smith|
Is red wine good or bad for you? Can certain foods stop you needing glasses? Is it worth drinking eight glasses of water a day? Which foods are ap...
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This is an old recipe from my Ukranian Grandmother's recipe box. She called this dish Studinina. She made hers in a black cast iron pot. I make it in ...
4 split feet makes 8 dishes. ... through cooking add garlic, 1 slice per dish. Cook for 5 hours. Skim fat before placing meat and juice into soup dishes.
Wash pig's feet and knuckles. Put ... colorful garnishes. Serve with cwikla (horseradish beet sauce) and a grinding of black pepper. Yields: 1 1/2 quarts.
Singe pigs feet by holding with ... falling apart. Divide meat in equal portions into dishes with gelatin and let stand overnight in a cold place to set.
Wash pigs feet well. Bring to ... needed). Strain liquid and pour over the meat in plates. Sprinkle paprika over it and let stand overnight in cold place.
Singe feet and wash well. ... started. Place the meat in soup bowl and strain the broth over to almost fill the dishes. Place in refrigerator until cold.
Cook all ingredients together until tender, 4-5 hours, or in pressure cooker for 30 minutes. Cool and remove the bones. Strain the liquid into bowls ...
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