Old Coot's Campfire Cookin' Book
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It is said, "The way to a man's heart is through his stomach!" No truer words have been spoken. The 21st century medical technology has proven it to be correct. The way a meal is cooked and prepared proves to be in the "puddin"! The Texas pioneers/settlers/colonists hunted, killed, butchered and cooked their meals...on an open fire. There were no ranges, but the open land to be conquered and settled.
Spaghetti and sprinkle with Parmesan Cheese. JUNIPER BERRY SAUCE: 4 Cups Juniper Berries; 6 Cups cheap Red Wine, and 3 Cups Sugar. Sauce can be made ahead of time and kept warm or room temperature. DO NOT REFRIGERATE! Combine all Sauce ingredients in a pan and stir to combine. Bring the mixture to a rapid boil and make sure it doesn’t boil over. After boiling several minutes, strain, making sure to get rid of all the Juniper Berries. Put the Liquid back in the pot and reduce until desired
Syrup from Canned Fruit and adding 1 Tablespoon of Butter and 1 Tablespoon of Lemon Juice to 2 Cups of Syrup. Heat until bubbly and thicken with 2 Tablespoons of Flour. NO Splattering or Sticking: To keep frying food from splattering, invert a metal colander over the pan allowing the steam to escape. Always HEAT the frying pan before adding Oil or Butter. This will keep things from sticking to the pan. Boil Vinegar in a brand new frying pan to keep things from sticking to it. Shrinkless Links:
Blend well until smooth. Add: � Cup Water, 1 Teaspoon Grated Lemon Rind, and 1 peeled Lemon, sliced paper thin and seeds removed. Turn into Pastry lined Pie Pan. Cover with top Crust. Cut slits for steam. Brush with Egg Whites and sprinkle with Sugar and Cinnamon. Bake, 30-35 minutes at 400 degrees. SOUR CREAM PUMPKIN PIE: 12 oz. of Cream Cheese; � Cup Sugar; 1 � Tablespoon Flour; 1 Teaspoon Grated Orange Peel; � Teaspoon Grated Lemon Peel; 2 Eggs; 2 Egg Yolks; 1 can Pumpkin; � Teaspoon
Tablespoons = � Cup; 16 Tablespoons = 1 Cup; T = Tablespoon; t = Teaspoon; C = Cup; f. g. = few grains; f. d.= few drops; lb. = pound; pt. = pint; qt. = quart. � Teaspoon seasons 1 Cup Vegetables or 1 Cup Water for Cereals. � Teaspoon Salt seasons 1 Cup Flour. � Teaspoon seasons 1 lb. of Meat. � Teaspoon Soda neutralizes 1 Cup Sour Milk. 1 � Teaspoons leavens 1 Cup Flour. 1 Teaspoon flavors 1 Cup Flour. � Teaspoon Salt improves the flavor of 1 Cup Salad or cooked
With Tops: Remove tops before storing. Put a Rib of Celery in your Bread bag and it will keep it fresh longer. Place crushed Tissue Paper on the Bottom of a Cookie Jar. Store carton Cottage Cheese UPSIDE-DOWN in the refrigerator. Keeps longer. Honey: Put in a small plastic freezer container to prevent Sugaring. It thaws out quicker. Marshmallows: Will not dry out if stored in the Freezer. Simply cut with the scissors when ready to use. Add a lump of Sugar to the Olive Oil bottle to lengthen