|Confessions of a Couch Potato|
|by Stephen Furst|
A hysterical memoir of growing up as a husky . . . plump . . .heavy-set . . . OK, FAT! child, who struggled with weight problems through adulthood...
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Peel potatoes and ... dark in the sausage. Grind potatoes ... and keep adding a little water under low temperature. Patties can also be made from mixture.
Use a meat ... well and stuff sausage casings or form ... Melt 4 tablespoons of butter in a large skillet and brown sausages on all sides over medium heat.
Grind all the ... casings 38-40mm. This sausage is a very ... refrigerator, sausage should be placed in container and covered with water. Serving Size: 6
Grind all the ... hog casings. This sausage is a very ... boiled. When kept in refrigerator, sausage should be placed in container and covered with water.
The whole thing boils down to 1/3 beef, 1/3 pork, 1/3 potatoes. Mix all thoroughly. Put into casing. Have water boiling. Boil until approximately 20 ...
Grind with coarse grinder and mix all ingredients. Stuff in gut casings (pork gut). (Can make into patties, if storing more than 2 days freeze it.)
Soak bread in ... Add beef and sausage. Saute onion ... butter. Add flour, stir until yellow. Add broth. Stir until smooth. Add cream and other ingredients.
Soak bread in milk. Combine first 6 ingredients and add bread and milk. Blend lightly, do not over mix. Form into balls and brown in hot oven. Place ...
Mix meat and spices well. Add potatoes and stuff into rinsed casings; tie ends. Bring to boil; simmer about 45 minutes. Remove from water and brown ...
Soak bread in milk for 1 hour. Add to other ingredients. Mix well. Shape into balls. Place in a baking pan. Brown in 400 degree oven for 20 minutes. ...
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