|Standard Paper-Bag Cookery (1912)|
|by Emma Paddock Telford|
Published originally in 1912, this volume aims to provide housewives with an economic and labor-saving manner for creating delicious family meals.
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Internal temperatures for various meats. Always use a meat thermometer. Source: USDA
Step 1: In ... flour mixture; add eggs. Beat with ... 3 months. To reheat in a conventional ... for 1 to 1 1/2 minutes or until warm. Drizzle with glaze.
In the bowl ... melted butter, oil, eggs, pumpkin and ... zipper bags. To reheat, wrap loosely ... the microwave wrapped loosely in a damp paper towel.
Sharp cheddar and ... sliced hard boiled eggs and shredded or ... and reheated. The taste usually blends if you let it refrigerate and reheat the next day.
To make the ... the cream and egg and process to ... warm. Poach the eggs in a large ... about 4 minutes. Reheat the Hollandaise over ... Chocolate Chunk Dessert Waffles.
In 9 x ... over cheese. Beat eggs with milk. Add ... and microwaves quickly to reheat. Serves 6. Assemble the night before. Leftovers reheat in microwave.
Freeze method: Fry egg rolls, store in ... to 3 months. Reheat at 350 degrees. ... in center of egg roll wrapper and roll according to package directions.
This is a ... dried basil 4 eggs, lightly beaten ... with cheese and reheat under the broiler. These can be made ahead of time and reheated when needed.
In medium pan, ... in 2 hours. Reheat when serving. In ... well combined. Add eggs and vanilla; beat ... in the microwave when serving - enjoy anytime!
Lightly pound each ... with soy sauce, egg white and cornstarch ... 2 tablespoons oil. Reheat 2 tablespoons oil ... platter and pour sauce over. Serves 5 to 6.
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