|Jancis Robinson's Guide to Wine Grapes|
|by Jancis Robinson|
Hailed by the Wine Advocate as "perhaps the most gifted of all wine writers writing today," Jancis Robinson has been voted the Wine Writer's Wine ...
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In a large ... garlic, onion, tomato sauce and rice. Add pine nuts and spices, mixing well. Rinse grape leaves well from ... freeze them for later snacking.
Mix ingredients together. ... beef bouillon. Add Gravy Master for color and soy sauce; mix well. Add to meatballs and water in pan and stir until thickened.
Combine the turkey, water chestnuts, grapes, celery and ... curry powder, soy sauce and lemon juice ... garnish with litchi nuts or pineapple chunks. Serves 12 generously.
Pour oil into ... other ingredients except grape leaves; cook 5 ... plate. Cook on low 1 hour. Cool in pot. Chill. Serve as appetizer, salad or cold entree.
Cook onions in ... the stock, soy sauce and lemon juice. ... meat, spices, pine nuts, currants and herbs. If using homegrown grape leaves, put a ... sauce and mint sprigs.
Combine cereal, milk, and part of tomato sauce; let set ... and remaining catsup and pour over meat loaf. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 1/2 hours. Serves 20.
Mix sugar and ... pie crust. Sprinkle Grape Nuts over bottom, then ... of the apple sauce. Repeat the ... it is hot and bubbly. Serve either hot or cold.
If using canned grape leaves, rinse off ... boil. Cover. Reduce heat to simmer and cook 45 minutes. When done, remove pot from fire. Serve warm or cold.
(Or your favorite ... browned. Pour tomato sauce over patties and simmer until patties are completely cooked, 15 to 20 minutes. Serve with mashed potatoes.
Melt butter in ... brown. Add tomato sauce, lemon juice, parsley, currants, pine nuts, cinnamon, paprika ... mixed; cool. Wash grape leaves in hot ... Serve hot or cold.
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