|James McNair's Soups|
|by James McNair|
Whether served piping hot to warm up a frosty midwinter day or chilled to offset the hot summer doldrums, soup is one of our most comforting and s...
1 - 10 of 270 for pork shoulder 9 lbs
Slice 3/4 of an inch thick. 1 c. cornmeal Salt and pepper to suit taste Mix together and coat slices of meat on both sides. Put lard in a heavy fry ...
Place roast in ... hours or until pork is tender. Drain ... slices. Bake, uncovered at 300 degrees for 45 minutes. Serve on buns if desired. Makes 8 servings.
1. Coat pork with a mixture ... smooth. Mix with remaining juices, heat to boiling. Cook until thickened. 8. Add sour cream. Pour over meat. Serve immediately.
Cover roast with ... dish. Combine next 9 ingredients, stirring well. ... slices to coat. Bake at 300 degrees for 45 minutes. Serve on buns. 6 servings.
Combine wine and water in a large bowl. Marinate meat several hours or overnight, turning once or twice. Remove meat. Pat dry and rub well with sage, ...
Dissolve bouillon cube in hot water. Add ginger, salt, sugar, honey and soy sauce to bouillon. Marinate steaks in bouillon marinade in refrigerator ...
Simmer shoulder in boiling water ... In a bowl mix soy sauce, tomato sauce and Tabasco. Pour over meat, simmer until meat is tender turning meat to coat.
Cover roast with ... ingredients; stirring well. Spoon mixture over sliced roast; turning slices to coat. Note - a small pork roast may be cooked in a crock pot.
Wipe the prepared shoulder with a damp ... twine. Place the shoulder on rack in open roasting pan. Roast, at 350 degrees, allowing 40 minutes per pound.
Wash smoked shoulder in cold water ... sugar, a few whole cloves. Cook 35 to 40 minutes per pound. Will fall off bone and be tender with lots of flavor.
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