|The Onion Book|
|by Jan Dominguez|
From common yellow globes to gourmet green garlic, onions of every variety abound in this seasonal collection of mouthwatering recipes for every c...
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Rinse the smoked shoulder under cold running ... cholesterol, 3023.9mg sodium, 1765.4mg potassium, 38.7g carbohydrates, 7.6g fiber, 7.7g sugar, 60.8g protein.
Place a 4 or 5 pound smoked shoulder in a large ... longer or until tender. Add whole potatoes, carrots and quartered cabbage. Continue cooking until done.
Combine dry ingredients. ... sauce. Add pork shoulder to the slow ... Remove from Crock-pot and mash with hands adding 1 1/2 cups liquid from the crock.
Simmer shoulder in boiling water ... In a bowl mix soy sauce, tomato sauce and Tabasco. Pour over meat, simmer until meat is tender turning meat to coat.
Pick a shoulder with a short ... this time cover with boiling water to which vinegar and sugar have been added. Boil for about 1 1/2 hours or until done.
Place meat in ... to room temperature. Smoke in a smoker ... a 10 pound shoulder takes about 8 ... cover meat with barbeque sauce before placing in smoker.
Mix above ingredients. Simmer 3 hours. (Your shoulder won't be too salty.)
Preheat oven to ... up. Pour liquid smoke around it (you ... slowly, uncovered for 1 hour, stirring frequently. Add more juice if necessary to keep meat moist.
Place flour in a 14x20" inch oven cooking bag, and shake to coat the inside. Place pork into the bag and seal. Put bag into a 9x13x2 inch baking pan. ...
Drain and rinse beans, put in saucepan and cook 15 minutes; drain. Return beans to pan with the carrots, 1 onion stuck with 2 cloves, bay leaf, thyme ...
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