|Feasting Free on Wild Edibles|
|by Bradford Angier|
This practical guide to North American edible plants explains where to find them, when and how to gather them, and how to prepare them.
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Trim the fat off the pork and slice into ... Add the stock and let reduce to half its volume. Adjust seasoning and pour over the pork. Serve immediately.
Have all vegetables ... most attractive presentation. Pork broth is a ... wok or frying pan; add oil ... serving. Serve with soy sauce and fortune cookies!
Trim excess fat ... an open roasting pan. Insert meat ... or until celery is tender-crisp. Carve roast and serve on warm platter with potatoes and celery.
Heat enough olive ... coat your frying pan. Heat oil ... and rub on pork chops both sides, ... hours prior to cooking, and cover your pan when simmering
Score pork and cut into ... ingredients, cook in pan until thickens. Heat ... in sweet sour sauce too long before serving, pork cubes will not be crisp.
Wash, dry, and chop pork loin into bite-size pieces. ... with hand. Heat pan with few cups ... to mix well. Dish and garnish with sectioned green onion.
In large pot, ... In large frying pan, fry about 10 (1 inch) squares salt pork. Remove salt ... drippings, cut up loin pork chops in ... Roll pancakes and dunk.
Brown chops on ... in shallow casserole pan. Spread mustard ... chop. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour, covering with foil for last 1/2 hour of cooking time.
Spray frying pan with non-stick oil. Cut pork up into strips ... cook on low for 1 hour. Add potatoes and cook until potatoes are cooked. Serve with rice.
Brown pork chops in frying pan. Place on ... Replace pork chops. Cut up potatoes and onions and put on top. Salt and pepper. Cover and simmer for 1 hour.
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