|Cognac: A Liquid History|
|by Salvatore Calabrese|
It's called the noble spirit--and who better to explain why than the world expert on cognac, Salvatore Calabrese? In these elegantly illustrated, ...
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Blend all meatball ... Place in a turkey foil pan can; ... for one hour 350°F. Note: Can cook on top of stove in a pot but the taste is a little different.
Mix all ingredients together. Shape into 2 rolls. Wrap in cellophane or foil and refrigerate for 24 hours. Cover with water and boil 1 hour. Cool and ...
Soak beans overnight. Place in 5-quart slow cooker. Add 4 cups water and remainder of ingredients and simmer 12 hours. Freeze in plastic bags each ...
In blender or ... combine and process turkey and walnuts until ... Add butter, butter, liquid smoke and liqueur; process ... apple and vegetable slices.
Soak beans overnight ... pepper. Add Worcestershire, liquid smoke, ground cumin ... as they cook because it makes the "gravy". Serve over rice and enjoy!!
Mix salt, liquid smoke and water in a large non-metallic container. Immerse turkey so it's completely ... legs, thighs, etc. from several chickens to smoke.
Rinse turkey; pat dry ... remaining salt paste; liquid smoke; vinegar; pepper ... every 30 minutes. Let turkey stand for at least 15 minutes before carving.
Dissolve salt in ... and back. Place turkey, covered, in ... place beneath turkey. Add charcoal as needed. Barbecue sauce enough for 2 (14-16 pound) birds.
Mix well and form into balls. Place into baking dish or roaster and pour sauce over. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Mix ingredients together in ...
Brown ground beef or turkey, drain off ... at a time. Stirring and resetting until mixture thickens. Great for potlucks! Can use different kinds of beans.
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