|White House Cook Book|
|by Fanny Gillette|
Incredibly popular and long-lasting, this has been one of the most enduring cookbooks in American history.
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Preheat the oven ... Meanwhile, cut the sausage into bite-size pieces ... sausages. Stir to mix everything together. Serve with a nice mixed salad. 4 servings
Peel and dice ... water remaining. Add cabbage and bite-sized Polish sausage. Season with salt and pepper. Cook on medium high until cabbage is tender.
NOTE: I do ... top, I use Polish sausages split in half ... hot and bubbly. It will be wonderfully soupy and tasty. Wonderful heated up the next day, too.
Heat oil in skillet, brown sausage in oil. Drain ... Dutch Oven. Add sausage to mixture. Heat through. Serve with Sweet Corn Muffins. Better the next day.
Wash sorted and ... directions, add sliced sausage into kettle with ... glass of red wine later after the kids start whining about having beans again).
Sauté onion in ... 1 hour. Add sausage and potatoes. Cover ... or until potatoes are tender. Vegetable oil or olive oil can be used instead of bacon fat.
In a Dutch ... onion. Cut the Polish sausage into 1 1/2 ... add the rice to the pot and cover, following the directions on the package to cook the rice.
Cut Polish sausage down the center ... of mushroom soup. Stir it all up well. Add a little salt and pepper. Bake at 375 degrees until potatoes are done.
Boil Polish sausage in beer with ... sauerkraut. Cook for 1 hour. If Polish sausage is to be had without sauerkraut, place on grill and brown until hot.
Cook sausage about 5 minutes ... Sprinkle with paprika. Place Polish sausages on top and bake at 375 degrees ... or until potatoes are tender. Serves 4.
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