|Texas (American Regional Cooking Library)|
|by Patricia Therrien|
Did you know? That the people of Gilmer, Texas, celebrate their favorite crop every year at an annual 'Yamboree'? That there are more than a milli...
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Cook cut up rabbit or squirrel in ... a boil. Add rice. Cover skillet ... until rice is tender. Stir just enough to prevent sticking. Add parsley. Serves 4.
Mix together all ... large baking dish. Arrange pieces of rabbit over top of mixture. Cover. Bake in 350 degree oven until rabbit is done, about 2 hours.
Boil rabbit for 1 hour ... Add soups, parsley, rice and meat. Mix ... greased casserole dish. Cover with foil. Bake for 45 minutes at 350 degrees. Serves 6.
Spread rice evenly in a ... baking pan. Arrange rabbit, potatoes, carrots ... hour or until rabbit is tender. Other wild game may be substituted. Serves 4.
Melt butter. Add ... minutes or until rice is tender. Add ... We have substituted rabbit, fish, shark, squirrel, or used several cooked seafoods together.
Heat oil in ... Add chicken or rabbit and saute until browned. Add rice and stir until ... period. Serve with plenty of lemon slices and buttered French bread.
Sausage will brown ... to one part rice (rice to be ... when leftover jambalaya is reheated, it be sealed in foil and allowed to heat slowly in the oven.
Place rabbit in a shallow ... can of water and can of chicken bouillon. Cook slowly at 325 degrees for approximately 2 hours. Serve over hot fluffy rice.
Coat meat with ... pepper sauce. Cover and heat to serving temperature, 1-2 minutes, at medium power, stirring once. Serve over rice or noodles. 6 servings.
Bring to boil, then reduce heat, cover and simmer gently 2 hours. Skim off fat before making pan gravy. Blend 1-2 tablespoons flour into 2 ...
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