Month: July 2008

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DELICIOUS LIVER AND ONIONS….Great with rice!

By Jane Bartels calves or beef liver…..soaked for HOURS in milk.dredge with flour…all purpose flower salt and pepper….fry up a lot of onions cut into rings.Then move the onions aside in the skillet and put more butter and oilmixture in skillet and fry up the liver….when almost done (maybe 8minutes….) pour in the milk, and […]

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Independence Day

Fireworks and food are the order of the day, but don’t forget the reason for the party. On July 4, 1776, our nation was born by rejecting its then-existing government and tyranny. The Declaration of Independence IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course […]

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Hummus

This makes a great dip or sandwich spread. Sometimes I make it with falafel, but that always seems like a lot of work. Everything should be adjusted to your personal taste. The chickpeas are the main ingredient. Everything else is for flavor. You can substitute peanut butter for the tahini if you have to. Plain, […]

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Black-eye Pea Patties

These are so versatile. They are similar to an African dish called akara, also known as accra, akara, akla, binch akara, bean balls, kosai, koose, kose, koosé, or kwasi. I usually serve these in one of two ways – as veggie burgers with hummus and sprouts or with fried eggs and topped with maple syrup. […]

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Maryland Fried Chicken

By Jane Bartels 1 cut up chickenbread crumbs and flour mixture….guesstimate…cut up onions….to taste..I use about two small ones.Salt and Pepper dip chicken in 3 cups of milk, then the breadcrumbs/flour mixture.fry a little bit just to set the crust…Fry in butter and oil mixture…but not alot of grease.pour the milk into the chicken skillet […]

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Monterey Chicken and Bacon Sandwiches

These sandwiches are made mostly from leftovers. The other day I made black-eyed pea patties and way too much hummus. Roasted chicken breastBaconSproutsHummusMonterey jackMayonnaiseMulti grain bread To make two sandwiches place slices of cheese on two slices of bread and leave the other two untopped. Toast all four slices in the oven melting the cheese. […]