|Big Flavours and Rough Edges|
|by David Eyre|
The Eagle pub in London, EC1, was set up in 1991 by Michael Belben and chef David Eyre in reaction to the 'ponciness' of restaurants.
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Cooks Note: Although the taste will not be the same, Salami, or pepperoni may be substituted where linquica is not available. Grease a casserole and ...
In large skillet, on medium heat, saute linguica, garlic and ... minutes. Add mushrooms, sauce, salt and ... Sprinkle with Parmesan or Romano cheese as topping.
Saute linguica and onion. Add green beans, tomato sauce and 2 cans water. ... salt and pepper. Bring to boil, then simmer for approximately 1-1/2 hours.
Take skin off linguica and break into ... into small pieces. Put all ingredients into a pan with tomato sauce. Cook on low flame until peppers are done.
Saute onion, green ... in oil. Add linguica; cook about ... linguica with onions and green peppers. Pour sauce and mix well. ... French bread. Serves 4.
Rinse beans until ... 1 can tomato sauce. Cut up linguica into 1/2 slices. ... cook another 30-40 minutes. Slice French bread and you have a wonderful meal.
Soak beans overnight ... over top. Fry linguica and bacon. Bring beans to a boil and add remaining ingredients and cook 3-4 hours. Do not let liquid boil dry.
In large pan (3 quart) cover linguica with water. Bring ... fresh water and simmer 1-2 hours or until potatoes are soft enough to begin thickening juice.
Cut linguica in slices and ... hamburger, onions and garlic. Add salt and pepper to taste. Add beans, tomato sauce and taco seasoning mix. Simmer for 1 hour.
Cut linguica in 1/4-inch thick ... stirring often. Add tomato sauce, continue frying for about 20 minutes. Salt to taste. ... mashed or boiled potatoes.
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