|Historical Civil War Period Cookery|
|by Robert Pelton|
A unique cookbook full of Civil War era recipes from families and individuals who gained a measure of fame during this period of American history.
|STUFFING QUICK LINKS|
Bread Machine Stuffing,
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Stuffed Turkey Breast,
Home Style Stuffing,
Southern Corn Bread Stuffing,
Apricot Cranberry Stuffing,
Cranberry Apple Casserole
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Finely chop the ... don't like spicy sausages; fry up ... using as part of a Sausage based Turkey Stuffing or Dressing, or as a filling for stuffed peppers.
Roast turkey is ... loosely with the stuffing (see below) you ... of lean salt pork may be placed ... and crumbled pork sausage in 1 tablespoon ... oven, lowest oven rack.
If you can't get breakfast sausage meat, use sausages ... Combine with ground pork and minced sage. Stir in broth and stuffing cubes. Wash and ... to keep squash moist.
Combine sausage meat and bread crumbs, add the melted butter and seasonings, and lightly sauté for a few minutes. Cool and blend with the beaten egg.
Brush meat with ... and sugar. Place pork roast on rack ... only with some stuffing. Place in ... just tender. Add sausage meat, cook 3 ... extra sauce on side.
Season roast with ... or bone. Cook sausage in a skillet ... of roast. Cover stuffing and ends of ... thermometer registers 160 degrees. Yields: 10 to 12 servings.
Have butcher cut ... (about 6). Brown sausage and drain. Add ... Combine with egg, stuffing mix, Parmesan cheese, ... covered dish during last 30 minutes.
Pour juice from roasting pan into measuring cup. Add 1/4 cup chicken broth to pan and stir to loosen bits from pan. Add to measuring cup and add more ...
Preheat oven to ... soup mix, spinach, sausage, bread crumbs, ... on rack, place pork seam side down. ... 180 degrees (well done). Makes about 8 servings.
Parboil peppers in salt water for 5 minutes; mix together remaining ingredients; stuff peppers. Put them in a deep baking dish with a little water in ...
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