|by Nancy Loman Scanlon|
Catering Management, Third Edition gives detailed advice on all the crucial business aspects of on- and off-premise catering.
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In large skillet saute onion, add cabbage and all other ingredients. Cover and cook slowly until done. Do not let it burn!
Mix together cabbage, onion, pepper ... and salt. Boil hard 1 minute. Pour over slaw. Mix well. Seal in refrigerator for 3 days. Good until it is used up.
Mix together cabbage, onion, green ... 1 minute; pour over vegetables, mixing well. Pack into a jar with a lid. Refrigerate 3 days. Good until it's gone!
Grate cabbage, pepper, and ... Pour over cabbage mixture. Sprinkle with celery seed. Put in sealed container and refrigerate. Will keep for several weeks.
Put all the ... ingredients below in a saucepan and when it tarts to boil around sides, pour over cabbage mixture. Put lid on and put in refrigerator overnight.
Boil cabbage, turnips and potatoes. Add smoked sausage and simmer until done.
Dissolve the Jello ... liquid from the can of pears. Chill until slightly thickened. Add pears (which have been cut in pieces), cabbage and orange rind.
Mix well. Toss with cabbage mixture. This was ... served for many years at the old ... restaurant in Minneapolis. I've had this recipe for over 40 years.
Grind the vegetables ... Pack into jars and seal. Yield: 6 pints. NOTE: When I was given this recipe some 20 years ago, it was at that time 100 years old.
Mix all the ... servings, 50 calories a serving. We have been using this marinated coleslaw recipe for 14 years and we seem to enjoy it more every year.
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