|San Francisco a la Carte|
|by Junior League San Francisco|
From the city generally considered to be on the cutting edge of California's universally recognized culinary inventiveness, here is an overstuffed...
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Cut each crescent ... pieces, wrap around sausage, cook according ... dipping sauces such as mustard, ketchup, sweet & sour sauce or whatever you like.
Separate can biscuits. ... several flakes. Wrap sausage links with biscuits. ... to hold biscuit in place. Place on ... are golden brown. Yield: about 50.
The night before ... Place open beer in the refrigerator. The next morning fry your sausage as normal, mix ... pancake and serve with maple syrup and butter.
Cut around cabbage core. Put in large pot, cover ... onion, rice, ground sausage, 4 Tbsp. ... water. Cover and cook slowly for 2 hours. Serve with sour cream.
1. Season hamburger ... Put cabbage leaves in hot water until ... Place in saucepan and pour sauce over. Cover pan and cook slow for 3 hours. 8-12 servings.
Separate dinner rolls; ... grated cheese. Roll sausage link, starting from ... each roll into 3 or 4 pieces. Bake at 350 degrees until brown. Delicious hot!
Separate cabbage leaves ... meat mixture. Place all cabbage rolls ("pigs") into large kettle(s). Cover with sauerkraut and 1 cup water. Cook for 1 hour.
MEAT: Blend sausage and beef well, ... do not roll in hands. DOUGH: Sift ... top of each pig with a fork. ... ketchup, or mustard. Pigs can be served hot or cold, and freeze well.
Mix dough and ... about 1 tablespoon in each square. Roll squares ... pinch ends. Makes about 3 dozen pigs. Freeze or bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes.
Pat biscuits or ... wrap it around sausage or hot dog. ... with fingers. Bake in hot oven at ... for 12-15 minutes. Serve them hot, plain or with mustard.
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