|James McNair's Potato Cookbook|
|by James McNair|
James McNair, master of the single-subject cookbook, offers a beautiful new full-color book focused on America's favorite vegetable--the potato.
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Bring taters and ... ounce can of salmon; add milk ... final product. Use all of salmon, mashing bones, meat and skin. Use oil. Better second day. Serves 6.
Place salmon with juice from ... sauce of milk, flour and butter. Add to salmon mixture and heat. Add seasoning. Garnish with chopped parsley if desired.
Cook potatoes, tomatoes, ... boiling water. Add salmon with liquor from ... stock in place of the water. Can make stock using bouillon cubes and hot water.
Drain off broth from salmon; in large pot combine all ingredients. Cover, cook on medium heat for 1 hour, stirring occasionally. If needed, add more water.
Melt butter, saute vegetables until tender. Add liquid, heat thoroughly (do not boil). Add oysters (or salmon). Simmer 5 to 8 minutes. Yields 9 cups.
Fry bacon, cook ... and cover with water. Simmer covered until done. Add crumbled bacon, tomato soup, and salmon. Season (may add milk to this if desired).
Place in a ... crisply fried, and sprinkle on top. Makes 4 servings. (I love carrots, onions and potatoes so I put a lot more in my stew and very little salt.)
Make sure you ... bones out of salmon. Put in ... soup and chopped, boiled potatoes and Tabasco sauce. Simmer about 20 minutes. Serve over a bed of rice.
Peel and cut ... combine potatoes, onions, salmon with juice, drained ... continue to stir until mixture stops boiling. Let set about 30 minutes before serving.
In a 4-5 quart kettle over medium heat, cook bacon until crisp. Add onion and potatoes to bacon and drippings; cook, stirring until onion is soft ...
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