|Math Concepts for Food Engineering|
|by Jr., Terry Howell|
Food industry managers, engineers, and scientists require a personal repertory of mathematical tools to find solutions to a variety of work problems.
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Sprinkle ribs all ... heat. (Add hot sauce - optional). Add ... 5. Serve with an egg noodle of your choice and toss noodles with a ladle or so of sauce.
Cook kielbasa. Mix all ingredients, except kielbasa. Heat until everything is mixed well. Add kielbasa and serve.
Slice chicken into ... towels. Serve with apricot sauce. To make, combine apricot nectar and spicy mustard in small ... until slightly thickened; serve warm.
Mix onion soup, cranberry sauce and apricot preserves together. Pour ... sauce and cook for additional 30 minutes. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour total.
Combine all ingredients and pour over meat. Marinate 1-2 hours or overnight in refrigerator. Bake at 325 degrees for 2 1/2 hours covered; uncover and ...
Combine 3 meats ... small saucepan. Add apricot nectar, lemon juice ... serving platter. Spoon sauce over loaf. Bake ... potato salad goes well with it.
Trim excess fat ... degrees (rare) or 160 degrees (medium). Garnish with apricot halves, hot pepper jelly, and parsley, if desired. Yield: 16 to 18 servings.
Roast turkey according ... dissolved and the sauce is well blended. ... complete the cooking cycle. Remaining sauce can be served over the sliced turkey.
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