|Cookie and Cracker Technology|
|by Samuel A. Matz|
This edition is a practical, how-to book, that discusses ingredients, mixtures, methods, equipment and their functions, machinery and managing tec...
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Obtain and clean ... out. Soak 8 Pilot (or Milk) crackers. Throw into ... retaining the pink. Or, for a total break with tradition, try substituting pancetta.
Wash and dry ... fish, potatoes, and crackers. Add thyme, ... medium heat 40 minutes. Add Worcestershire sauce and sherry. Cook 20 minutes longer. Serves hot.
Mix chowder, clams and crackers in casserole dish. Cover with milk. Stir in beaten eggs. Dot the top with butter. This dish can be easily doubled.
Heat salt pork ... starch. Crush some pilot crackers and stir them into ... to thicken it further near the end of cooking. Makes 20 eight ounce servings.
Heat salt pork ... Heat and taste for seasoning. Add water if needed. Crush pilot crackers to thicken chowder if it is needed. Makes 10, 8 ounce servings.
In a bowl, ... with 1/4 cup cracker crumbs in an ... Bake 20 minutes in preheated 400 degree oven or until mixture bubbles and is golden brown. Serves 4.
Crunch crackers and mix with butter, eggs and milk. Add onion and salt. Add clams last. Cook in uncovered casserole at 350 degrees for 40 to 50 minutes.
Slowly cook salt ... top each with a pat of butter and sprinkle with salt pork pieces. Serve with Pilot crackers. Bacon can be substituted for salt pork.
In medium saucepan, ... slices. Break 4 crackers into small pieces ... butter. Sprinkle around sides of casserole. Bake at 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes.
Cook oysters in ... soup just before serving. Then place the prepared shellfish into a soup tureen, and pour the liquid over it. Serve with pilot crackers.
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