|Favorite Recipes from Great Midwest Cooks|
|by "Midwest Living"|
Great color photography and lively copy capture the spirit of the Midwest in this beautiful cookbook celebrating the bounty of America's heartland.
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The aristocrat of ... hours before serving. This easy, popular uncooked relish can be stored for future use in sterilized jars covered with paraffin wax.
Wash cranberries and dry on toweling. Wash and cut oranges and apples, remove seeds. Put berries and oranges through grinder. (We used an electric ...
Clean cranberries. Peel ... a boil, then lower heat and cook 8 minutes. Remove cinnamon stick to serve...hot or cold. Keeps a long time in refrigerator.
Remove seeds, from oranges and lemons. Do not peel. Place cranberries, apples, lemon, and oranges through a coarse blade food chopper. Stir in sugar ...
Grind cranberries, apples (unpeeled) and oranges (leave part or all peeling on oranges as you like). Add sugar. Makes 2 pints. Keeps for weeks.
About 5 hours ... chopped oranges to cranberry mixture. Stir in ... Makes about 6 cups. About 70 calories per 1/4 cup. Refreshingly different and delicious.
Put berries, apple and orange through food processor. Add sugar and mix well. Store chilled until ready to serve. Once you try this, you won't want ...
Remove seeds from oranges and lemon, but do not peel. Put all through the coarse blade of food chopper. Stir in sugar and toss well to blend. Chill ...
Begin with hard ... to 335 degrees. Cook turkey 20-25 minutes ... Bring to a boil, then reduce heat to a simmer; cook until tender but not mushy. - Stewart
To assemble sandwiches, ... some of the cranberry - orange relish. Top with ... diagonally into triangles and secure with wooden picks. Makes 4 servings.
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