|by Jennie Shapter|
There is something special about the aroma and taste of freshly baked bread, and this book celebrates it in all its diversity.
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Place celery in ... boil, drop in lobster, head first. ... stock, Old Bay Seasoning, salt and ... Bisque, you'll now have Shrimp Bisque! Makes 3 quarts.
Warm lobster bisque and tiny ... boil. Add sour cream and seasoning. Reduce heat to warm and add grated smoked Swiss cheese. Serve in round bread. 'Connell
The rest of ... cheeses, Old Bay Seasoning; set aside ... butter. 2) Split lobster cavity and tail, ... approximately 15 minutes or until stuffing heats through.
Steam lobster 17 minutes, let ... style corn; southwestern seasoning and smoked hamhocks. ... butter until melted. Season with salt and ... taste. Serves 12 people.
Cut the tail ... pan. Cut remaining lobster into bite size ... egg, then crumbs. Fry in hot olive oil until golden on both sides. Oil must be 325 degrees.
Remove meat and ... Swiss cheese. Add lobster and heat through. ... Place under the broiler for a few seconds to gently brown and serve with pride. Serves 6.
Melt butter in ... Add mushrooms and lobster meat. Put mixture ... casserole uncovered for 20 to 25 minutes at 400 degrees or until bubbly. Serve 4 to 6.
Melt cream cheese ... sugar, and salt. Stir in lobster and cooking sauterne; heat through. Makes 1 3/4 cups. Serve hot with Melba toast and assorted crackers.
Soften cheese. Beat ... creamy. Blend onion, salt and dill. Stir in lobster - cover and refrigerate several hours. (To serve as dip, add wine and sour cream.)
Melt butter in large skillet over medium heat. Add lobster and garlic. Cook and stir until lightly browned. Stir in wine and dill. Add topping.
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