|Feasting Free on Wild Edibles|
|by Bradford Angier|
This practical guide to North American edible plants explains where to find them, when and how to gather them, and how to prepare them.
Tip: Try shredded pork for more results.
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Dice leftover meat and place ... soft. Cover with remaining cheese and bake at 350 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes. Serve with sour cream and/or avocado dip.
Grind leftover pork roast with meat ... approximately 35 to 40 minutes at 350 degrees. Great for using leftover pork roast; not as good with beef roast.
Lay saimien in 9x13 inch pan. Garnish with lettuce, green onion and meat. Mix sauce ingredients in bottle, shake well and pour over salad. Cover and ...
Cook until cabbage is cooked. Add the pork roast or chops. ... as needed. Cook slowly. Add the corn and continue cooking until heated through. Serve hot.
Combine pork, catsup, onion, bell pepper and chili powder. Simmer for 20 minutes. Season with salt. Serve on buns. Yields 8 servings.
Cut pork into thin strips. ... almost crisp. Add shredded cabbage. Saute until ... cabbage onto plate. Top with pork strips. Pass the dressing. Serves 4.
Fry meat, vegetables and rice and add 2 tablespoons soy sauce. Use a wok or black cast iron skillet.
Cut up the ... the stack with shredded lettuce. Repeat three more times. This will make 4 generous servings, very filling. Serve immediately while warm.
In a 13 x 9 x 2 baking dish, layer the meat, onion, peppers, olives, cheese and pasta. Mix together the sour cream, sugar and mayonnaise. Spread on ...
1. Put Annatto in boiling water and leave for 15 minutes. Squeeze out and reserve juice for broth. 2. Stir fry carrots, cabbage, onions, garlic and ...
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