|by Roxanne Klein|
Using basic techniques such as juicing, dehydrating, and blending, raw foods exalt the innate wholesomeness and splendor of fruits and vegetables.
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Prepare your favorite pie crust. Put in ... a layer of oysters, a sliced ... desired. Cover with milk and cover with top crust. Bake until a golden brown.
Chop up all ... Drain juice from oysters and add only ... remaining dough. Start pie at 450 degrees ... continue cooking until nicely browned. Serve while hot.
Melt butter and ... make crust). Add oysters or clams. Cook ... clams. Pour into pie crust. (If crust ... clam liquid). Bake at 325 degrees for 60 minutes.
Cook together sliced ... most water. Add oysters and juice. Cook ... butter. Add sliced eggs. Add milk. Cover with pie crust. Bake at 425 degrees until brown.
Saute onions in ... into mixture. Simmer oysters in remaining butter ... for 9-inch double-crust pie. Pour filling ... minutes more until pastry is brown.
Make pie dough from above ... Drain juice from oysters and add only ... nicely browned. Serve while hot. Be sure to prick pie crust to let steam escape.
Boil diced potatoes ... cake pan then oysters, salt, pepper, ... eggs. Pour milk mixture over all, cover with crust. Bake at 350 degrees until golden brown.
Heat oven to 425 degrees (hot). Drain oysters; cook in ... edge or press with prongs of fork to seal. Brush with milk. Bake 20 to 25 minutes. 4 servings.
With 2 knives ... prepare filling. Place oysters in a colander ... dough to cover pie. Bake in ... uncooked pie if a crunchy crust is desired. Serves 6-8.
Grease the bottom ... inch deep dish pie pan. Place a ... a layer of oysters. Repeat with ... Serves 4 to 6. A quick and delicious dinner for oyster lovers.
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