|The California Farm Cookbook|
|by Kitty Morse|
This cookbook offers refreshing ways to prepare old favourites like carrot cake, fried green tomatoes, meatloaf, cheesecake, smoked duck, barbecue...
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Cook diced potatoes ... two forks. Drop rivals, which are ... stone into boiling potatoes, stirring to prevent packing. Cook 5 minutes, with kettle covered.
Remove meat from ... sprinkle in the rivals. Stir constantly ... the chicken meat. Add corn and chicken meat mixture to the chicken broth and serve hot.
Cook potatoes, celery, ... salt] to make rivals. Tear off ... boiling mixture. Cook 10 minutes more. Add butter, milk, and pepper. Simmer, serve and enjoy.
Cut egg in ... Slowly stir in rivals in hot broth. ... to low; simmer until thickened and rivals are done. Serves 6 to 8. Can add 1 small can of chicken.
Put fryer in ... bring to a simmer. Mix flour, egg and salt until it forms pieces the size of peas. Add to the soup and simmer covered for 15 minutes. Enjoy!
RIVALS: Stir with ... and shake rivals into soup. Cook for 20 minutes with lid off. Simmer, stir frequently. (Must use Rivals as this thickens the soup.)
Cut up and ... 10 minutes. Add Rivals. Mix with ... crumbs, add to soup, cook 15 minutes. Keep covered, then add hard-boiled eggs and parsley for garnish.
Rinse chicken well. ... broth. Meanwhile prepare Rivals. Stir egg ... small pieces of Rival into simmering soup. Cook uncovered for 5 minutes. Serves 6.
Peel and cut ... minutes. Then add rivals while water is ... When it gets crumbly, drop into potato soup. Cook approximately 5 minutes more. Ready to eat.
Cook chicken and ... carrots, if desired. Cook chicken until tender. Take chicken out and add frozen corn. Break chicken off bone and add to soup. Add Rivals.
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