|Time for Tea|
|by Mary Engelbreit|
Teatime is that relaxing interlude that brings comfort, reflection, and perspective to a hectic day.
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Combine ingredients. Rub ... piece of prime rib on. Use onion ... before cooking. I have given this recipe out to only a few people... So please enjoy!!
Trim fat from ... pepper. Pour over ribs. Refrigerate 12 ... oven and pour marinade over ribs. Cover pan and roast 325 degrees 1 hour, baste occasionally.
Mix ingredients, marinate pork for 2 hours, cover with tin foil then bake in oven at 325 degrees for 1 hour.
Cut ribs into easy to ... Worcestershire sauce Marinate overnight (you can use a roasting pan - no aluminum). Bake at 350 degrees for 2 hours in roaster with lid.
Adjust volume of ... sauce to cover ribs. Marinate ribs ... for approximately 1 hour. Ribs should appear rather crusty from the marinade when done baking.
Brown under broiler until brown then bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes.
In small bowl, combine oil, vinegar, parsley, seasoned salt, thyme, pepper, soy sauce, and garlic. Place roast in non-metal bowl or plastic bag. Pour ...
This boneless beef ... combined with the marinating and the slow ... time: 4 hours or more. Roasting time: about 2 hours. Oven temperature: 300 degrees.
Trim excess fat ... Deeply score short ribs. Slice sirloin ... Let stand 1 to 2 hours, or refrigerate overnight. Meat can be fried, broiled or barbecued.
In large bowl, combine the vegetables. In a separate bowl, combine all of the dressing ingredients; mix until well blended. Pour dressing over the ...
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