|No Fighting in the Kitchen|
|by Suzy Siddons|
A humorous guide for couples to cooking and entertaining at home without causing irrevocable physical, mental and emotional damage to each other.
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Be sure you ... to slice the pork pieces as thinly ... department sells presliced backbone pieces much thicker. ... it on the grill until it is browned.
Put roast in a roaster or Dutch oven, add water and sprinkle salt on top of meat. Smear butter on meat, too, as you turn it. Let water cook low so as ...
Arrange separated ribs or backbone in shallow pan. ... until onions are tender. Pour sauce over meat. Cover and bake 1 1/2 hours or until meat is tender.
Brown flour in oil in heavy pot. Add backbone seasoned with salt ... tender. Add turnips and water, simmer until done. Serve with rice or hot cornbread.
Cut ribs in serving size portions; place on rack in shallow baking dish and bake covered for 45 minutes at 450 degrees. In saucepan, cook garlic in ...
Drain pineapple slices ... meat thermometer.) Brush pork with marinade every ... hour of cooking. Heat remaining marinade and serve with roast. Serves 8.
Place pork in large kettle, ... reserved liquid. Form into egg-sized dumplings and drop into remaining hot liquid in kettle. Cover and simmer for 45 minutes.
Mix together and refrigerate. This is for a large batch. You can mix half of it for a small batch.
Cut up your ... thyme. Season the pork and lay it ... meat. Pour in 1 cup of hot water (down the side). Cover and bake in a 325 degree oven for 2 hours.
Absolutely delicious! The pineapple-chili-sauce glaze is almost like tomato preserves. Season meat with salt. Place in shallow roasting pan, meaty ...
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