|Betty Crocker's Outdoor Cook Book|
|by Betty Crocker|
An authentic reproduction of a cookbook classic from 1961, packed with retro appeal Illustrated with delightful period line drawings and color ph...
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Soften cream cheese; ... garlic salt. Drain pickles well. Spread cheese mixture over whole pickles. Wrap in corn beef. Refrigerate several hours. Then slice.
Drain juice from pickles. Mix with ... morning and put pickles in the juice. Age 2 or 3 days in refrigerator and pickles will be crisp with a good flavor.
Use small pickling cucumbers. Wash cucumbers and slice very thin. peel and slice 3 large onions very thin (or use pearl onions). Mix the sliced ...
Put half of dill in bottom of crock with garlic. Arrange cucumbers in crock. Put rest of dill on top. Mix salt and water into a solution, and then ...
Cut cucumbers crosswise. Dissolve all ingredients and pour over cucumbers. Cut onion and peppers up. Put into jar and put top on and put in ...
In pan boil vinegar and 6 cups water. Let cool and add salt. Wash cukes then let soak in water for about 20 minutes. In a gallon jug cover bottom ...
Wash and pack pickles in 8 quart jars, for each jar, put the above ingredients. Bring to rolling boil. Pour over pickles and seal.
Bring to boil. Pour boiling hot over cucumbers, then seal for each quart. 6 peppercorns 1/4 tsp. coriander 1/8 tsp. celery seed Dill on top Cover ...
In a large bowl, stir together white and rye flours. Measure 2 cups of the blended flour into a large bowl, stir in yeast. In a saucepan, heat 1/2 ...
Pour boiling salted water over them, leave over night. 1 cup salt to 1 gallon water. Fix late in afternoon. Next morning take out of salt water and ...
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