|The Power of Ancient Foods|
|by Rowena Hubbard|
Exploring the cuisines of ancient cultures the world over, this title shows how to restore natural healing power to our food while delighting in d...
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Mix, don't overbeat, ... add milk. Sift flour; measure; add ... Bake Put beef drippings to a pan. Pour batter into pan. Bake. 40-50 min.; 375°F; 6 servings
It used to be the custom to cook Yorkshire Pudding and the Roast ... Yorkshire Pudding. Sift flour and salt into ... while it is cooking.) Serve immediately.
In 17-1/4 x ... carving. Sift the flour and salt together; ... pouring in the pudding. Bake in ... To serve, cut Yorkshire Pudding into serving ... juice in gravy boat.
Combine all of ... (Well-Done). Serve with Yorkshire pudding and creamy horseradish ... Gradually beat in flour until smooth. Turn ... roast with horseradish sauce).
Preheat oven to ... batter for the Yorkshire pudding. Sift the flour and salt in ... cooking). Serve immediately from the pan in which it has been cooked.
Combine beef, pepper, ... While baking, mix flour, milk, eggs ... to make the Yorkshire pudding batter. Test meat ... on in oven, without removing roaster. Quickly ... medium size wedges. Delicious!
To make the Yorkshire pudding, sift the flour and salt into ... reach 140 degrees F. for rare, 160 degrees F. for medium and 170 degrees F. for well done.
Cook roast beef ... cooking, make the Yorkshire Pudding batter. Beat eggs ... eggs to sifted flour and beat with ... beef, baked potatoes and vegetables.
Pour oil in ... baking dish. Combine flour, salt, pepper ... chicken bakes, prepare Yorkshire pudding. Pour pudding ... Gradually beat in milk, eggs and parsley.
Make the batter ... a blender mix flour and salt, make ... batter and bake until well risen. Serve at once with beef or as a sweet with jam or syrup sauce.
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