|by Louise Pickford|
Grilling outdoors has become a favourite way to cook, and a relaxed and enjoyable way to entertain.
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Using wire whip ... cook. Season. This sauce will not separate ... Sherry, brandy and lobster meat are added ... before heating in preparation for serving.
Using wire whip, ... cook. Season. This sauce will not separate ... Sherry, brandy and lobster meat are added ... before heating in preparation for serving.
Melt butter. Add ... mixture. Cook until sauce thickens. Serve on ... made with all lobster meat or shrimp. ... heat: 350 degree oven for 1/2 hour. Serves 6.
Cook fettuccine according ... fettuccine on a serving platter. Place warm asparagus and lobster evenly on the fettuccine. Pour sauce evenly over fettuccine.
Melt butter in ... add cream. When sauce is thick add catsup, ... salt, pepper and shrimp or your choice. Before serving add sherry and serve over rice.
CREAM SAUCE: Melt 4 ... paprika and thicken with cornstarch. Add to cream sauce; blend well. Add seafood. Serve on toast tips or prepared frozen pastry shells.
Cook in a double boiler until thick. Add: Place in buttered casserole. Top with cracker crumbs mixed with melted butter. Mix tamale with crumbs if ...
Set lobster meat to simmer ... a smooth thick sauce. Cook it ... Let the whole newburg simmer about 15 ... about 1 tablespoon cold water just before serving.
Melt butter in ... Add paprika and lobster meat. Heat until ... stir into skillet. Sauce should not boil. ... frozen pastry shells. Makes about 6 servings.
Make classic crepes ... Cook, stirring until sauce thickens. Mix a ... and pepper. Add lobster and heat through. ... until heated through. Makes 6 servings.
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