|A Migraine Sufferer's Cookbook|
|by Diane Meredith Bentley|
From milk to bread to snack foods, many common foods contain additives that trigger migraine reactions in some people.
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Select a crusty bread which is soft inside. Put a dollop of mayonnaise and mustard on the bread and layer shaved or very thinly sliced ingredients ...
Skin the pork and cut into ... becomes too thick, add a little more water. At the last moment, add chopped spring onions and pour this sauce over the pork.
It is important ... the ham (roast pork), turkey and ... Restaurant in Tampa, Florida. Cuban sandwiches are good cold and for picnics or take-alongs, too.
Rub pork chops well with ... oven (for example, you might want to grill them outside instead) save the dish and use a Ziploc bag to marinate the chops.
Cover hocks with cold water. Bring to boil and simmer until tender, approximately 3 hours. Remove bones from hocks and place meat in a glass or ...
Brown chops in shortening. Remove from pan. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Spread each chop with 1/2 teaspoon mustard. Place in 9" square pan. ...
Wash peas and ... 30 minutes. Put pork into pan of ... tender. Cut into slices and serve with pudding. An onion flavored sauce is an excellent addition.
4-6 pork hocks. Cover with ... refrigerate to firm up. Slice and can be wrapped in plastic wrap and refrigerated. Serve with cider vinegar and good bread.
1. Place the pork in a heavy ... Bake for 2 hours or until meat is well done. Let stand for 1/2 hour before slicing. Delicious with baked sweet potatoes.
Place pork in large heavy ... preheated oven at 350 degrees for 2 hours or until meat thermometer registers 170 degrees. Let stand 30 minutes before slicing.
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