|Balsamic Vinegar Cookbook|
|by Meesha Halm|
An estimated 1.75 million liters of commercial balsamic vinegar and 1,760 liters of traditional balsamic vinegar are sold annually.
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Boil meat with ... pepper, water and vinegar till falling off ... in refrigerator overnight. Cut in squares, serve with saltine crackers. Freezes well.
Cut the pig feet in half, cook ... Add a little vinegar and hot sauce ... the barbecue sauce over them, a little garlic. Cover, finish cooking in the oven.
Wash pigs feet and singe off ... crushed pepper and vinegar. Cook over ... sauce, cover and bake at 350 degrees for approximately 45 minutes to an hour.
Boil pig feet in spices until ... and cover with barbecue sauce. Place in 300 degree oven for 1 hour basting frequently with sauce until done. Serves 8.
Wash pig feet well in solution of baking soda and vinegar. For best ... on stove. Place pigs feet in large ... Cover and bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.
Put washed pigs feet and meat into ... to soup. Add vinegar and boil 1/2 ... shallow dish. If it is not jelled enough, put in 1 package of Knox Gelatin.
Cover pig's feet with water. Boil ... cloves, bay leaves, vinegar, salt and ... Pour broth mixture over pig's feet. Seal and let set 5 days before using.
Clean pig head and split open. Place head, feet and hocks in ... fat, meat and vinegar in kettle and ... When cold, this will set. Makes about 4 1/2 pounds.
Wash pig feet in warm water. ... salt, pepper and vinegar poured over pig ... until tender. Turn pig feet 3 to 4 times during baking process. Serve hot.
Place clean pigs feet into 4 quart ... refrigerate. Serve cold. VARIATION: Other parts of pig such as ankles, ears, tongue and heart may be substituted for feet.
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