|Mary Dugan's Dependable Home Cooking|
|by Sam Cardonsky|
The author opened Mary Dugan's Restaurant in Connecticut, USA, as a tribute to the traditional American style of 1950s cookery that no longer existed.
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Preheat oven to ... Add the liquid smoke and seasoning and ... blended. Add the almonds and toss and ... airtight container for up to 3 weeks. Makes 3 cups.
Soak almonds in liquid smoke for 20 minutes. ... to taste. Drain on paper towels. Makes 1 pint smoked nuts. These keep well stored in tightly covered jar.
Mix smoke and water. Then add almonds and mix well. ... oven for 25 minutes, stirring frequently. When golden, remove and sprinkle with salt. Yield: 1 cup.
Make stock. Bone ... Add sherry and almonds. Stir in ... Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve immediately, sprinkle with parsley, in a warm tureen.
Steam sausage in 1 cup water until water has evaporated. Remove and cut into small pieces. Fry apples in cast iron skillet until tender. Do not ...
Dissolve salt in water and liquid smoke mixture. Place nuts ... closed container. Adjust cooking time proportionally if amounts are reduced or increased.
(Same amount of ... Combine all ingredients, except bagel chips and mix well. Cover and chill overnight. Shape into a ball. Decorate with peppers and almonds.
Use a large mixing bowl to put the cabbage, small seasoning packet or 2 from the noodle packages, 1 cup seeds or nuts, more if you like, 1 or 2 cups ...
Butter casserole dish. ... slices. Mix sour cream, soup and almonds. (DO NOT DILUTE SOUP.) Pour over chicken. ... foil. Bake 3 hours at 275. Serves 6-8.
Combine all ingredients ... before serving. (NOTE: Almonds can be smoked by broiling for ... can be done in blender or food processor.) Yields: 40 cookies.
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