|Wine, Food & the Good Life|
|by Dorothy Indelicato|
A unique guide to establishing your own wine cellar. Defines the atmosphere required for the optimum storage of wine.
Tip: Try broil tomato sauce for more results.
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Shake flour in ... Salt and pepper London Broil and add to ... London Broil. Mix tomato sauce with herbs, cream ... Bake another hour at same temperature.
Cut meat across ... season with soy sauce and sugar. Cover ... with bean sprouts. Make paste of cornstarch and water. Add to mixture. Cook until thickened.
Slice london broil in half. Brown ... Place in pan. Add wine and simmer. Add tomato sauce and water. Simmer 1 hour. Serve with Ziti. Makes 4-6 servings.
Shake flour in ... Salt and pepper London Broil and add to ... London Broil. Mix tomato sauce with herbs, cream ... pepper. Bake another hour at 350 degrees.
Brown meat in ... of tomatoes and tomato sauce and season to ... a simmer for one hour. Serve with flour tortillas. Should be consistency of stew! Enjoy!
Trim fat from ... sugar and soy sauce. Stir into ... 1 minute. Cut tomato into wedges, place ... of rice. A quick and easy meal for those busy evenings.
Brown meat; add cut tomatoes and enough juice to cover meat. Add vegetables. Season to taste. Simmer slow 2-3 hours until meat is tender. Stir in ...
Score London broil in diamond fashion ... in glass dish. Mix all ingredients and pour over meat, marinate overnight. Broil or grill to desired doneness.
Cut flank steak ... ginger. Fry over a high heat until brown on all sides. Season with soy sauce and sugar. Cover tightly and cook slowly for 5 minutes.
Heat a large kettle and saute the bacon until clear. Add the diced meat and brown, over high heat along with the onions, garlic and peppers. When the ...
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