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Mix thoroughly; shape into patties. Broil or pan fry. If frying, pour off fat as it accumulates. Drain on a paper towel. For hot sausage, add 1/2 ...

Brush strips with above liquid mixture and place ... closer than 4 inches from top or bottom of oven. Do no overlap meat. If meat drips, oven is too hot.

Mix well in large bowl. Divide into 3 portions - put each in new double plastic zip lock bags and close tightly. Leave in refrigerator for 3 days. ...

Mix the above ingredients together thoroughly. Roll into 2 (1 pound) rolls similar in size to commercially packaged sausage, wrap in plastic wrap and ...

Mix thoroughly by hand the above ingredients. After mixing, roll into 3 (1 lb.) rolls, similar size to commercially packaged breakfast sausage. Wrap ...

Mix all ingredients in a large bowl and refrigerate. Each day for three days remove from refrigerator and mix well. On third day, form the mixture ...

Many lovers of ... cumin. Add beans, liquid smoke, diced chilies ... with sharp Cheddar cheese in each serving bowl. Preparation and cooking time, 1 hour.

Wash beans and ... tomatoes and simmer 15 minutes. Add cabbage, macaroni, salt and pepper to taste and simmer 16 minutes. Add liquid smoke to taste. Serves 16.

Combine above and mix well. Shape into 2 rolls 2 inches in diameter, wrap in foil. Poke holes in bottom of foil with toothpick. Pour 1/2 inch of ...

Combine first 9 ingredients in medium saucepan; simmer 30 minutes. Brush steak with sauce (steak may be cut into 2 or 3 smaller pieces). Place on ...

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