|The New Oxford Book of Food Plants|
|by C. A. Geissler|
The New Oxford Book of Food Plants is the most comprehensive--and most appealing--reference book available on the many edible plants we grow in ou...
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Combine into pie pan all dry ingredients. ... oil and milk. Add to dry mix in pie pan; work and press down hard (dough will be stiff). Quick? Easy? Maybe.
Place in pie pan and stir thoroughly. Pat in place. Proceed as with regular rolled crust.
Place flour, sugar, and salt in pie pan and mix with ... every 5 minutes and pricking more if needed. Wonderful, quick, no fail, for single crust pies only!
Put chicken in 9x13 inch dish. Top with Veg-All. Bring to boil the broth and soup. Pour over chicken and vegetables.
Boil chicken until done; debone the chicken. Add cream of chicken soup, peas and carrots, and chicken broth; mix together. In another bowl, add milk ...
Heat oven to ... Press firmly and evenly against bottom and side of 9 inch pie pan. (Do not press on rim.) Bake 12 to 15 minutes or until light brown. Cool.
Put into a 9 x 13 inch pan. Mix in ... bake at 275 degrees until topping is brown, about 30-40 minutes. Depending upon how thick you like the sauce to be.
Heat oven to 400 degrees. Grease 2 quart baking dish. Place chicken and vegetables in baking dish and stir in soup, chicken broth and pepper. Pour ...
Mix chicken, broth, and soup. Add Veg-all, salt and pepper to taste. Grease an 11x13 inch baking dish, put in mixture. Mix 1 stick melted butter and ...
Combine flour, sugar ... in 9 inch pie pan. Fill with ... sugar. Tip 2: If you use self rising flour, omit salt. Tip 3: May mix dough in pie pan, if desired.
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