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Melt 3 tablespoons ... and add the cream. Simmer on ... a very thick sauce. In another ... and saute the shallots. Cook until ... Add the sherry, brandy, and some ... strudel.) Makes 8-12 rolls.

Prepare a spice ... whisk to thicken sauce. At this ... green peppercorns, and shallots. Continue to ... and add the brandy, scraping the ... along with the cream. Blend thoroughly ... and Cooking Time: HOURS)

Heat butter in ... Remove meat. Add shallots, mushrooms, and ... to pan; add brandy - light to ... heat; add brown sauce and heat without boiling. Add cream. Remove fillets. ... over fillets. "It's G-R-A-N-D."

Season and lightly ... lightly browned. Heat brandy, flame, then ... pan, saute mushrooms, shallots and garlic until ... yolk; add the cream to egg yolk. ... of the hot sauce to the egg ... wild rice. Serves 8.

Grill steak to desired doneness. Saute shallots and garlic. Add brandy and cream. Reduce heat slightly. Blend in butter and cheese. Add white pepper to taste.

Cook mushrooms, onion, ... in flour. Add cream or milk and ... heat. Add parsley, brandy and lemon juice. ... beef, pork or veal and sprinkle with bacon.

Saute mignonettes in ... butter and saute shallots. Midway through ... heat and add brandy. Allow brandy ... slowly add heavy cream and continue to ... 5 minutes. Pour sauce over mignonettes, sprinkle ... filet mignons of beef.

Partially freeze veal; ... lemon juice or brandy, salt and ... keep warm. FOR SAUCE: In same skillet cook shallots or onions in ... Gradually add whipping cream, stirring constantly. ... four wedges. Serves 4.

Saute vegetables in ... tender, pour in brandy. Ignite and ... consistency. Blend in sauce until desired consistency. Mix in whipped cream until desired taste ... pasta and pork dishes.

In the frying ... sauteed, saute the shallots, garlic, and ... and add the brandy and the tomato ... minute, add the cream sherry or the ... pepper. Strain the sauce into a saucepan ... pour over the veal.

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