|Dress 'Em Out|
|by James A. Smith|
For hunters who want more know-how on processing their catch from field to table, Dress'em Out is the complete source.
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Whisk together vinegar, ... (taste and adjust). Vinaigrettes may be easily ... garlic, onion, lemon juice and herbs to boost the flavor. Yield: About 2 cups.
Whisk garlic vinegar, broth, sugar, salt and pepper in a bowl to mix, then whisk in oil until blended. Pour 1 cup into a blender. Pour remaining ...
Place all ingredients ... for a few minutes. You’re done! Storage: I keep mine in the fridge and the longer it sits, the better the dressing will taste.
Add garlic and vinegars together and let sit overnight to infuse flavors. Strain. (Garlic pieces may be left in for stronger garlic taste.) Blend ...
mix together in ... tomatoes on the side. On top of asparagus garnish with sliced black olives and sliced stuffed olives Dribble the Vinaigrette dressing.
Mix all ingredients, except olive oil, in food processor. Add olive oil and mix again. Serve on salad. Will keep in refrigerator well.
Makes 1/2 cup. Serves 8; 1 tablespoon per serving. Combine all ingredients in a small bowl and whisk until thoroughly blended. Cover and refrigerate. ...
Place in a ... make a Creamy Vinaigrette, add 2 ... and shake well. Plain Vinaigrette also can be used to marinade meat, fish or fowl. Makes 1 1/4 cups.
Combine the first ... spinach in a large salad bowl. Add cheese, mushrooms, bacon and eggs. Toss with just enough dressing to coat lightly. 16 servings.
Put all ingredients ... When ready to dress salad, slowly add ... pour over salad and toss. Sometimes I use a culinary herb blend instead of just basil.
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