|Wine from Grape to Glass|
|by Jens Priewe|
Wine expert Jens Priewe has revised his acclaimed guidebook to wine, providing his readers with the most up-to-date information on this topic.
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Mix first 3 ... in crock pot and cook on high for 30 minutes. Add little smokies and cook low at least 1 hour. Serve hot as hors d'oeuvres with toothpick.
Mix jelly and chili sauce in saucepan until melted. Pour over Smokies in crock pot and serve well heated.
Combine all ingredients over low heat. Add little smokies or meatballs. Serve ... green peppers, sliced water chestnuts, snow peas. Serve over hot rice.
In saucepan, heat jelly and chili sauce. Mix well. Add little franks and keep ... franks and sauce. Simmer approximately 30 minutes for flavor to blend.
Combine ingredients and simmer at least one hour before serving.
Mix mustard, jelly and brown sugar. Heat to simmering. Stir in smokies or weiners cut in 1 inch pieces. Keep hot. Serve on toothpicks.
Mix together and place in crock pot. Heat until smokies are warmed, approximately 2 hours. (Can use Vienna sausages or ring bologna.)
Mix ingredients in crock pot. Stir for 2 minutes, then add smokies. Cook on high for 2 hours; then reduce to low and simmer. A great party snack.
Put in pot and let simmer for about 30 minutes.
Add all ingredients in large sauce pan. Cook slow until jelly and mustard are blended and sauce thickens. Stir occasionally.
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