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these make lovely gifts, and the size can be varied (i've made 1/2 pint and pint jars with equal success.) these will keep in the cupboard for up to one year (theoretically!) depending on the size on your jars, you can either bake them in muffin tins, o
a staple of irish meals, brown bread can be served alongside soups & stews, often w/slices of cheddar or smeared w/butter or a thick fruit jam. this adapted version comes from colman andrews' the country cooking of ireland, an award-winning resource for r
my husband wanted a bone in ham the other day and with my kitchen was between 80 - 90 degrees, i did not want to heat the oven. i could find lots of recipes for steaks but very few for whole or bone in ham. i combined what i found and came up with this.
okay, this is a much-beloved secret park ranger recipe that i've used for years, impressing campers at my park as well as family and friends. this version (below) is the one i use most often but i have also offered alternatives, in the directions section
this is an all in one meal perfect for vegeterians ( omit ham). the good thing about this lasagna is that you will only need an ovenproof lasagna dish and a pot for boiling the vegetables. serve with a leaf salad and crusty bread.
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