|Tea-time At The Inn|
|by Gail Greco|
Tea-Time at the Inn is more than a cookbook, although with over 200 recipes it is certainly that.
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Cut rabbit into frying pieces. ... set aside. Make gravy by adding flour to drippings in skillet. Add the ... gravy; cover and simmer until tender. Wonderful.
Brown salt pork ... floured pieces of rabbit. Brown slowly ... mixture of flour and water. Add to ingredients to make gravy. Delicious over mashed potatoes.
Cut hippo meat ... and cover with gravy. Simmer for 4 weeks. Shovel in salt and pepper ... add 2 small rabbits - this is ... people like hare in their stew.
Cut elephant into ... Cover with brown gravy. Cook over ... expected, add 2 rabbits. Do this only ... most people prefer not to find hare in their stew!
Cut elephants into ... months. Add brown gravy to cover. Cook ... expected, add 2 rabbits. But, only as necessary. Most people don't like hare in their stew.
Line 9 x ... and cavity of rabbit. Wrap in saran wrap; refrigerate ... 1/2 hours. For gravy, strain broth ... boil, stirring until thickened. Add parsley.
Cut elephant into ... months). Add enough gravy to cover. Cook ... expected, the 2 rabbits may be added, ... people do not like to find a hare in their stew.
Cut the elephant ... Add the brown gravy and cook over ... are expected, 2 rabbits may be added ... as most people do not like to find hare in their stew!
Beat the egg, add milk and salt, stir in flour. Cut rabbit in 6 pieces. ... 25-30 minutes, or until tender, garnish with parsley. Serve with brown gravy.
Dry rabbit and place in bowl. Mix salt, ... hour. Mix brown gravy base, mushrooms, butter, ... rabbit. Continue cooking until rabbit is tender. Serves 4.
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