|Dairy of the Farm|
|by John Chalmers Morton|
Lond and Morton's 1885 "The Dairy of the Farm" provided information specific to dairyman, including chapters on "dairy statistics, "on the food an...
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Cut steak into serving size ... gravy. Pour gravy over steak. Cover and bake at 250°F degrees for 2 hours. Serve with potatoes, rice or noodles as desired.
Chop onion and ... aside. Cut round steak into 4 pieces. ... consistency, not too watery. Make mashed potatoes, add a vegetable and there's your dinner!
Cut steak into serving portions. ... in Crockery Pot and add tomato sauce, onion, and green pepper. Cook on low for 6 to 12 hours (high up to 6 hours).
Set pressure cooker to browning function and add olive oil. Mix flour with Lipton soup mix and dredge beef slices. Brown beef and set aside. Saute ...
Put oil in pressure cooker and set to browning function. Dredge beef slices and brown both sides. Set aside. Sauté onion, garlic, and horseradish ...
Trim fat from meat. Cut meat into 4 serving-size pieces. Brown meat and sausage in hot oil in a skillet. In a 3-1/2 or 4 quart electric crockery ...
Trim fat and cut steak into 5 or ... lots of gravy. If you want less gravy use 1 package of onion soup mix, 1 can of mushroom soup and 1/4 cup of water.
Wash and clean Swiss chard and set aside to drain. Cut steak in square pieces. ... hour. Uncover and cook another 15 minutes until excess water evaporates.
Combine tomato paste, 3 cans of water, Swiss steak seasoning in crockpot. ... steak with rice and mixed vegetables pour over it. This makes a complete meal.
Brown Swiss steak in a small ... over mushroom soup. Cover and cook slowly until steak is tender. For more sauce, double the soup and tomato ingredients.
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