|The Fondue Cookbook|
Easy, inexpensive, and fun to eat for everyone--no wonder fondue is back in style! Whether as a main course or a scrumptious dessert (like a mouth...
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Saute onions and ... stir constantly. Add lovage, potatoes, salt ... and bring to boil. Sieve. Heat gently, but don't boil. Serve with sprinkle of parsley.
Place lovage, water and ... and infusion. Boil. Add Certo all at once, then boil for 1 minute. Stir constantly. Remove from heat, skim foam, jar and seal.
Melt butter. Saute ... 15 minutes, add lovage. Potatoes should ... Return to pan and add cream. Heat gently and serve, garnished with a few lovage leaves.
Instead of using 1 pound neck bones, may use smoked pork hocks and use 1 3/4 pounds. Place the beans in a 4 quart pot and add water for cooking. ...
1. Sprinkle both ... pepper, carrots, potatoes, lovage, and garlic. ... from the grill. Remove chops and vegetables and ladle sauce over all. Serves 2-3.
Blend yogurt, olive ... cucumber, dill, onion, spearmint, lovage and paprika in food processor. Mix, let set in refrigerator for 2-3 hours. Pour over salad.
Mix: Cook carrots and onions, celery and lovage leaves in saucepan, ... Sieve soup. Chill. Serve with a dollop of sour cream and finely minced scallions.
In large skillet, ... Add chives and lovage. Cook 2 ... butter. Add flour and stir in milk. Cook until thick. Season to taste. Add parsley just before serving.
Combine broccoli and ... pepper, parsley or lovage to Dutch oven. ... remaining ingredients. Heat until thoroughly hot (do not boil). Yields: 6-8 servings.
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