|Stopover in Kansas|
|by J. McAlpin|
A legend from the area of Shaw, Kansas, which dates back to the American Civil War, with some new light shed by this legend.
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Preparation time: 45 minutes. Chilling time: 3 to 4 hours. Baking ... pineapple well. Reserve juice. 3. Sprinkle ... water until mixture thickens and coats a ... Spread over chilled pie.
Mix Jello according to directions. Set aside (in refrigerator) to thicken. Drain pineapple, saving juice. Add pineapple, ... Sprinkle nuts and coconut over top.
Open asparagus and drain and save juice in a measuring ... with the cornstarch to make a paste. ... heat until it thickens. Place first ... melts, about 30 minutes.
Trim off excess ... lightly, about 15 to 20 minutes. Turn ... 1/2 hours. To thicken juices, transfer to ... Sprinkle meat with parsley. Makes 6 to 8 servings.
Dissolve gelatin in ... Drain pineapple, reserve juice. Add water to juice to make ... ingredients, spoon into firmly set gelatin. Add thickened Jello on top.
Trim excess fat ... a large fork to pierce the meat ... skim fat from juices. Measure 1 ... mixture starts to thicken, then stirring ... marinade. Makes 8 servings.
Drain pineapple (save juice). Mix flour, ... vinegar, then add to flour mixture and ... apples and chopped peanuts; mix well. Store in refrigerator overnight.
Season meat with ... hours or until meat is tender and juices thicken. Do not remove cover during first 2 hours of cooking. Thicken juices if necessary.
In Dutch oven, ... meat and vegetables to platter. If desired, thicken juices with 3 tablespoons ... thickens, stirring constantly. Serve with meat. 6 servings.
Crush clove of ... shelled, cleaned shrimp to the oil and ... little water to thicken the juices. Serve over ... minutes, then thicken juices and serve.
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