|Stonewalls & Warm Hearths|
|by Hopkinton Woman's Club|
This book truely has the Flavors of New Hampshire. Enjoy this slice of New Hampshire, liberally sprinkled with our state's finest recipes, inns, f...
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Mix butter, flour, egg and salt together. Add warm water to form ... butter. Bake at 325 degrees for 40 minutes. Makes 6 to 8 main dish; 10 to 12 appetizers.
In a medium bowl, combine 1/2 cup flour, the yeast, and salt; mix well. Add water (120-130 degrees) and shortening to the flour mixture. Mix by hand ...
In bowl or ... and salt. Add warm water to form ... set and crust is browned. (Can substitute smoked turkey and different cheeses or veggies if you like.)
Combine all ingredients and mix well. If too sticky, add a bit more flour. Pat onto oiled jelly roll pan. Build up sides and bake in 400 degree oven ...
Combine all ingredients ... turn once. Keep warm. Stir together ... 3 minutes. Top quiche with reserved broccoli ... Let stand 10 minutes before serving.
Sift flour onto ... fist, pour the warm water into it, ... becomes firm. Test with a knife. Allow Quiche to cool several minutes. Serve warm with white wine.
Cream butter and ... added to each quiche with the cheese.) ... 30 minutes. Serve warm. Quiches freeze ... and warm in a 325 degree oven. Makes 24 quiches.
Cream the butter ... 30 minutes. Serve warm. These freeze ... Before serving, allow quiches to come to room temperature. Then warm in a 325 degree oven.
About 1 3/4 ... towels. While still warm, roll 6 ... Garnish with bacon "roses" and parsley. Makes 6 main dish servings. About 665 calories per serving.
Pureed winter squash, ... to this winning quiche. Prepare and ... and keep it warm. In small ... minutes. Garnish with additional bacon. Makes 6 servings.
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