|A Novices guide to living in America|
|by R. G. Walsh|
The author provides a Spartan view about 'living in America'. The 'guide' contains the dos and don'ts of life, as well as head on commentary of re...
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Place peppers in boiling water, ... 1/2 of tomato soup for mixture, pour ... and bake at 375 degrees for 45 minutes, uncover and bake 15 minutes longer.
Remove top and seeds from peppers; cook in ... in 1/2 of soup, rice, Worcestershire, ... degrees. Heat remaining soup and serve over peppers. 4 servings.
Cook rice, fry meat, boil peppers until tender. Mix ... taste. Stuff peppers and spread catsup over top. Bake at 350 degrees in oven until slightly brown.
Remove tops and seeds from peppers. Cook in ... Bake at 375 degrees for 25 minutes or until hot. Top with additional cheese if desired. Makes 4 servings.
Cook hamburger and ... Stuff in green peppers. Top with ... minutes at 350°F. Unthaw if frozen first. Cut off top of pepper and remove seed before boiling.
Remove seeds and wash peppers. Parboil 3 ... rack. Add tomato soup and water mixing ... Reduce heat normally for 5 minutes. Then place cooker under faucet.
Clean and core peppers. Mix together ... enough undiluted tomato soup to make it ... the dumplings and sauce, because we thought the peppers were "yucky")
Cut off top of peppers and clean. Remove ... Mix well and stuff each pepper. Place in baking dish and add tomato soup. Bake 350°F, covered for 1 hour.
Mix beef with ... season all and pepper. To butter ... Place 1/2 slice bacon on each pepper. Pour soup over peppers. Bake at 350 degrees for 50 minutes.
Combine ground beef ... with salt and pepper. Brown and ... of the tomato soup to the ground ... better as a leftover and stock can be used as a soup base.
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