|by Mary Norwak|
Thanks to so many of today's star chefs producing classic hearty meals as their signature dishes, we are all rediscovering the delights of our nat...
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Safety Warning: A ... you can fry in safely. Read your ... are browned, before adding the chicken. It will add an additional layer of flavor to the oil!
into 1/4 inch dice and brown in bottom of a ... for cream of broccoli soup. Add 1 can or 1 cup chopped fresh clams for a quick New England clam chowder.
Combine flour, baking ... Spread batter evenly in 6 8 or ... the custard filling, then sprinkle each with coconut. Top the entire cake with boiled icing.
An Old Southern Recipe - Here ... Beat well and bake in a well-greased pan for 25 minutes at 375°F. Serve from baking dish with a large spoon. Serves 4.
Crush mint leaves and sugar in a 12 ounce glass. Fill with cracked ice and whiskey. Stir until glass frosts. Decorate with mint sprig.
Gradually add corn meal to boiling water. Stir in butter and salt ... minutes. Serve with a spoon, directly from the dish that the spoonbread was baked in.
Soak ham in cold water. Drain; ... peppercorns about ham. Sprinkle with brown sugar and add grape juice. Bake at 325°F for 1 hour 15 minutes, basting occasionally.
Cut catfish fillets ... strips. Dissolve salt in 1 quart of ... 38.3mcg folate, 494.8mg phosphorus, 160.9IU Vitamin A, 5.6mcg Vitamin B12, 1.5mg Vitamin C.
In a stockpot large ... sugar paste. Bake in a preheated 300°F degree oven for about 60 minutes or until ham is nicely glazed (depends on size of ham).
Soak ham in enough cold water ... fiber, 45.3g protein, 102.1mg cholesterol, 2893.6mg sodium, 61.5mg calcium, 31.51IU Vitamin A, 108.9mg Vitamin C, 3mg iron.
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