|Black-Eyed Susan Country|
|by Saint Agnes Hospital Auxiliary|
Maryland is proud of its state flower, the black-eyed Susan: hardy and versatile, yet delicate and pleasing, with an undefinable zest.
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Season pork chops ... thickens to a gravy - simmer and ... simmer over low heat, stirring occasionally about 1 hour or until pork chops are fork tender.
Saute onions in ... 5 minutes. Add spices, meat, and ... flour and spices for gravy into fat remaining ... thickened. Return meatballs to gravy and heat.
Put beef in ... pan. Tie pickling spices in cheesecloth and ... ginger snaps if gravy is not thick ... minutes without lid and 10 minutes with tight lid.
Soak meat 2-4 ... in part of brine and use to thicken gravy. Split and add brown sugar to taste. Strain gravy and pour over meat. Heat in gravy to serve.
Put all ingredients in pot. Put enough water to cover meat. Cook slow 6 to 8 hours. Remove meat; slice. Put gravy through food mill. Put meat back into gravy.
Boil potatoes in ... and let boil for 10 minutes. Remove ... plenty of the gravy over the potato ... (paste). Serve with Potato Dumplings or Mashed Potatoes.
Season flour with ... garlic and saute for a few minutes. Add pickling spice, Worcestershire sauce, ... bouillon cube to gravy for added flavor. ... and season to taste.
Combine salt and ... onions, sugar, pickling spices, peppercorns, cloves ... Cover and refrigerate for 2 days, turning ... gingersnaps; simmer until gravy is thickened. Slice ... with gravy. Yield:12-14 servings.
Cool the liquid ... stand in refrigerator for at least 1 ... liquid. Stir until gravy is thick. Strain ... lumps in gravy. Serve with dumplings. Delicious.
Mix together meat, ... small amount of Gravy Master. Add parsley ... can add any spices that you like. ... meat balls. Simmer for half an hour ... great spaghetti meat ball.
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