|The Cook's Companion|
|by Elizabeth Wolf-Cohen|
This book gives home chefs information they seldom find in even the best cookbooks.
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Place ham hocks, ... into a large cooking pot. Add enough ... are tender. Add pinto beans and water as ... I like to cook mine until the ... the flavor. Serves 6-8.
Wash beans and place in ... with water, and cook for 1 hour. ... ingredients into beans. Cover and cook over low heat about 2 hours, stirring occasionally.
Put beans and 3 quarts ... bone. Cover and cook beans until soft ... soft dough. Drop dough by teaspoon into bean soup, cover and cook 15 minutes longer.
Sort beans for rocks. Wash ... running water. To cook in slow cooker, ... Can cook beans on stove, adding hot water to keep boiling and keep from burning.
Cook beans in a large ... ingredients and cook for about another 1 1/2 hours, simmering low until beans are cooked soft. Serve with barbeque meat and salads.
Place beans in large mixing ... 3 hours or cook in a pressure ... the fat is absorbed. Salt as desired. Garnish with cheese, green chilies or table sauces.
1. Pick over beans and wash; place ... 2. While beans cook, cut sausage ... Add enough bean cooking liquid to cover ... Hinojo's Family favorite. Serves 6.
Rinse pinto beans. Place in ... to cool. Continue cooking beans 1 1/2 ... beans. Cover tightly; cook 30 minutes more. ... (Stir remaining meat into beans).
Fill Dutch oven with water and cook dry beans after rinsing them ... for flavor. When cooking in Dutch oven ... in pan at all times to prevent scorching.
Wash beans. Cook in salted water ... hours, adding water as necessary. Tastes better after refrigerating at least a day and reheating. Makes 8 to 12 servings.
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