Recipes

Wednesday, May 21, 2003

Sauerbraten meatballs

1 lb 90% lean ground beef (yes, it has to be the expensive, 90% lean ground beef; my mother ground her own because you couldn't get 90% lean ground beef in a grocery store back in the 1960s as you can now, but it is currently preferable to buy it just to save yourself some time) 1.5 cups soft bread... Sign in to see full entry.

"Garbage" salad

OK - it's not really as gross as everyone might be led to believe just by reading the title. This recipe actually describes a method of preparation rather than a set list of ingredients. What we used to do on New Year's Eve was to rent a whole pile of videos (preferably a pile of the family-friendly... Sign in to see full entry.

Poppyseed-encrusted salmon

This is simple - extremely simple - and also extremely quick provided you have a toaster oven or salamander or oven broiler attachment. Take one, two or more salmon steaks, depending on the number of people you are having for dinner. Make sure they are only slightly defrosted, or coat with water... Sign in to see full entry.

Yep, you read right - there is such a recipe. In my local grocery stores, we can purchase crumbled-up Gardenburgers produced by Morningstar Farms. Simply cut the bag open into a warm pan, allow to defrost for a couple minutes, then place a can of Manwich into the mix. (If you wish, you can add a bit... Sign in to see full entry.

Quickie burger stew

Ingredients: One pound ground beef (fat content at your discretion - I use 80-90% lean when I can afford it) Salt to taste (I like a lot, some like a little, maybe you can't have any) One medium or half a large yellow onion chopped any way you like it. (You may also use red onions if you like a very... Sign in to see full entry.

Hot dog topping yogurt

6 oz package plain yogurt (your call - lowfat or fat free) One packet pickle relish - the carryout size An equivalent size ketchup packet An equivalent size mustard packet - as in, the yellow salad stuff Small amount chopped onions Celery salt to taste Combine all ingredients, then eat. I promise... Sign in to see full entry.

Homemade Pastry Mix

7 cups sifted enriched flour 4 teaspoons salt 1.75 cups (one and three-quarter cups) lard (for soft-wheat flour) or two cups lard (for hard-wheat flour) Combine flour and salt. Cut lard into flour mixture with a fork or pastry blender until crumbs are about the size of small peas. Store Pastry Mix... Sign in to see full entry.

Homemade Biscuit Mix

8 cups sifted enriched flour 0.25 cup (one-quarter cup) baking powder 4 teaspoons salt 1 cup lard (for soft wheat flour) or 1.5 cups lard (for hard wheat flour) Sift together dry ingredients. Cut in lard until the mixture has a fine even crumb - don't worry, it will look a bit lumpy. Cover tightly,... Sign in to see full entry.

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