From Ball Blue Book of preserving. I hate to admit this but I had a case of 'canning fever', my boys ate our carrots from the garden when they were only an inch long and I just felt I 'had' to can something, So bought the carrots from the supermarket...whew it felt good to get that out of my system!
Yield varies- 6 pints or 3 quarts
From Bittman Takes on America's Chefs
I've been planning to make this forever(well a couple of months now), getting tired of the cookbook sitting on the coffee table so am posting this to clear up some of my clutter.
After canning 60 pints of basic green beans I was game for canning a new recipe.
From Ball Blue Book of preserving.
The amount is an estimate also the prep. and cook time is a way-off number, I just know when I'm canning-get ready to watch, wait (and sweat)
Found this treasure in an OLD Maine cookbook.
I always asssumed when I heard Seafood was served with 'freshly drawn butter', it was plain melted butter. This is much less rich than butter. Lobster and clams are rich enough! I adore lobster and clams, but when it's dipped in butter, it adds to much richness for my stomach. This I did not have any problems with.
No idea how many this serves
Awesome, and yes it supposed to be THAT brown! Please plan ahead, needs to marinate several hours or overnight. (Cook time does NOT reflect marinating) Serving size is estimated due to the type of chicken pieces you choose, I used split chicken breasts.
I've made this many times and we all love it. From the Bisquick 2 Cookbook by Betty Crocker. This can be eaten warm or chilled, which makes it perfect for brown bag lunches. I have also doubled this and baked in a 13x9 pan and cooked it for the same length of time
This is a sweet and tasty salad that I made for a potluck supper, it was well received by all. For the sweetened condensed milk I used #14062 by Darlene Summers with great success. Cook time does NOT reflect overnight refrigeration.