|Dress 'Em Out|
|by James A. Smith|
For hunters who want more know-how on processing their catch from field to table, Dress'em Out is the complete source.
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Combine all ingredients in a blender or salad mix shaker. Serve over your favorite salad ingredients. Works well over poached pears or other fruit ...
Using a zester ... When preparing this dressing for use with ... balsamic vinegar. This version goes well with fresh strawberries or grapefruit wedges.
Combine all ingredients. Place in a nonmetallic container in the refrigerator. Can be stored for two days. Serve a 1 ounce portion over fresh fruit ...
Whisk all the ... them in a jar with a tight lid and shake until well blended. This dressing goes very well with endive, spinach, watercress or radicchio.
Mix 1/4 cup dressing, 1 teaspoon sesame oil, orange juice and red ... Protein 26g; Vitamin A 90%DV*; Vitamin C 80%DV; Calcium 8%DV; Iron 15%DV *Daily Value
Place garlic and vinegar in jar. Allow to sit 10 minutes. This takes the "edge" off the garlic and makes it less sharp. Add remaining ingredients and ...
Use any of the following fruits and quantity desired: Blend dressing, toss chicken and fruits gently, just enough to blend. Serves 12.
Creamy Ginger Dressing: Whip 1/4 ... and chill 4 hours or until firm. 4. Unmold. Garnish with watercress. Serve Creamy Ginger Dressing along side salad.
Mix dressing ingredients; set aside. ... chill at least 1 hour or up to 24 hours. Spoon salad into lettuce-lined bowl and garnish with a few grape clusters.
Mix sweet potatoes, salad dressing, 1/4 c sugar, ginger and orange peel. Spoon into ... mixture. Bake in 350°F oven for 30 minutes or until thoroughly heated.
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