"FLYING SCOTSMAN" PHEASANT

1 1 2 2 1 1 1 3/4 4 3 1 1 1 oz oz large teaspoon can pint fl oz fl oz oz

british measurements brace pheasants; oven-ready flour; plain (all-purpose) butter onion; chopped thyme wildgame soup; 15oz *or* wildgame stock vermouth single malt scotch whiskey beurre manie (kneaded butter . and flour paste) watercress to garnish

Place the pheasants in a bag with seasoned flour, and shake vigorously until they are well coated. Heat the butter in a large saucepan, add the onion, thyme and pheasants and brown for 5 to 10 minutes. Pour over the soup or game stock and the vermouth, bring to the boil and simmer for 5 to 10 minutes. Remove the birds from the pan, place in a covered dish, breasts down, and pour over the vermouth mixture. Bake at 350øF / 180øC / gas 4 for 2 hours, or until the birds are tender. When ready, reduce the oven temperature to 250øF / 120øC / gas 1/2 and pour the whiskey (minus 1 Tbsp) into the pheasant dish. Cook for a further 15 to 30 minutes to allow the whiskey flavor to be absorbed. Lift the pheasants from the dish, and thicken the sauce, if necessary, with beurre manie. Add a tablespoon of whiskey and stir gently. Pour the sauce over the pheasants and garnish with watercress before serving. "Scotch Whiskey Recipes" : by Jo Guthrie Jarrold Publishing, Norwich 1991 ISBN = 0-7117-0553-4 Scanned and formatted for you by The WEE Scot -- pol Mac Griogair ~+From: Fred Ball Yield: 6 servings Date: 30 Nov 98

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"RAMP"AGING CHICKEN CHILI - MODERN

1 1 3 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 16 16 6 2 1

lb tablespoon lb

ramps (leaves and all) cut into bite size pieces crisco hot & spicy cooking oil chicken breast cut into bite size pieces cloves garlic, minced bay leaves

teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon

mexican oregano ground cumin cayenne chili powder 4-oz cans chopped green chilies 16-oz cans kidney beans (liquid included)

oz oz oz

can refried beans can stewed tomatoes can tomato paste 15 1/2-oz. cans beef consomme

Cook chicken, ramps and garlic in oil till chicken is slightly browned. Add spices, chilies and stir together. Add remaining ingredients and cook covered for 1 hour. Top finished chili with diced ramps and grated cheese. source unknown From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.Cdate: Tue, 20 Jan 2004 00:03:54 ~0500 Yield: 4 servings

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#54547 MOOSE STROGANOFF

1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 1 3 1 1 1 1

lb cup teaspoon lb small tablespoon tablespoon cup cup

moose sirloin steak (cut in 1/2 strips) plus 2 tbsp. flour salt mushrooms, chopped onions, chopped clove garlic fat worcestershire canned beef bouillon sour cream steamed rice

Roll meat in 1/4 cup flour and salt. Saute garlic, onions and mushrooms in fat for 5 minutes. Add meat and brown. Remove meat, mushrooms and onions from pan. Add remaining flour to drippings in pan. Add Worcestershire and bouillon. Cook until thickened. Add sour cream. Heat until gravy simmers. Add cooked moose and vegetables and heat. Serve over rice. Yield: 4 servings

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(CBC) BRAISED BISON WITH MUSHROOM SAGE GRAVY AND WILD RIC

2 1 1 1 1/2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1/2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1/2 1/2 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1/4 1 2

lb

lean bison chuck or round steak, cut into 2-inch cubes kg

tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon cup tablespoon cup cup cup

balsamic vinegar 15 ml freshly ground black pepper ml minced fresh sage 10 ml canola oil 15 ml chopped onions 250 ml cloves garlic, minced 2 flour 25 ml cabernet sauvignon wine 250 ml beef stock 250 ml dried wild mushrooms, rehydrated in 1/2 cup hot water 125 ml

tablespoon

chopped fresh sage salt and freshly ground pepper to taste wild rice fritters:

cup cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon cup cup cup tablespoon

butter 50 ml chopped onions 125 ml all-purpose flour 125 ml rye flour 50 ml baking powder 5 ml each, salt and pepper 1 ml egg sour cream 125 ml milk 50 ml cooked wild rice 250 ml canola oil

This modern interpretation of a traditional Native stew is slow cooked and flavoured with fresh sage, a wild plant on the prairies. Serve it over wild rice fritters for traditional taste. From High Plains: The Joy of Alberta Cuisine by Cinda Chavich (Fifth House). Combine bison with vinegar, pepper and 2 teaspoons of sage and marinate at room temperature for 30 minutes. Heat the oil in a Dutch oven and brown the bison over high heat in batches. Set aside the meat as it@s cooked. Add the onions and garlic to the drippings in the pan and saute 5 minutes, until beginning to brown. Add the flour and stir to combine. Slowly stir in the wine, stock, and wild mushrooms with their soaking liquid. Return the meat to the pan and bring to a boil. Cover, reduce heat to low and simmer the stew for 1-2 hours or until the bison is very tender. Stir in the fresh sage and season with salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste. Serve with wild rice fritters. Serves 4. Wild Rice Fritters:

Page 5 Saute onions in butter until tender. Combine the flours, baking powder, salt and pepper. Whisk together the egg, sour cream and milk. Quickly stir the wet ingredients into the dry to form a batter. Let stand 10 minutes. Fold in the sauteed onion and cooked wild rice. Heat canola oil over medium high heat in a nonstick frying pan. Using 2-3 tablespoons of batter per fritter, cook for 2 minutes a side, until browned and cooked through. Serve the fritters as a base for the braised bison and mushrooms. From: "Lightnin Dave" <ddobjohn@bektel. Yield: 4 servings

(NCL) ALETA'S CORN SOUP

3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

can

corn hot sauce red pepper green pepper fine sliced onions crushed red pepper

teaspoon

salt carrot

tip if you want you should get a can of mixed vegetables also but still use the corn From: "Maria Moloney" <mmoloney6@c...>date: Yield: 4 servings

(NCL) ALGONQUIN WILD NUT SOUP (PAGANENS)

24 6 3 6 1 1 1/4

oz tablespoon cup teaspoon teaspoon

hazelnuts, crushed shallots, with tops parsley, chopped stock, vegetable, beef, venison or chicken salt black pepper

Place all ingredients in a large soup pot & simmer slowly over a medium heat for 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally. http://www.thegutsygourmet.net/nut_soup.html From: "Hill8628" <hill8628@netzero.Net> Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) ANISSABO (PEA SOUP -- CREE STYLE)

2 2 1/2 1 1 1 16

cup cup cup

dried peas, soaked hominy celery leaves salt, pepper, and savory to taste

cup

water

Soak peas until soft. Put them in a large pot with the rest of the ingredients. Simmer until the peas are tender but still firm. Add the hominy and cook until thickened. Serve hot. From: Mignonne Yield: 12 servings

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(NCL) AZAFRAN SOUP W/ SPINACH AND CORN DUMPLINGS

1 1 3/4 2 1 1 2 1/2 1 2 1 6 2 1 1/2 3 2 3 1 cup bunch cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup

yellow cornmeal dumplings: ground yellow cornmeal all purpose flour baking powder salt white pepper sugar unsalted butter, softened chicken stock azafran soup: water azafran (see note) salt white pepper chicken stock yellow summer squash, diced corn kernels spinach, washed and stemmed

Azafran, also called Native American saffron by American Indians, is an herb that is actually fine threads from the stigma of the safflower plant. Despite the name, azafran is not the same as saffron, which is an expensive spice derived from the crocus plant in the iris family. (Saffron can be substituted for azafran, though: use 1 pinch of saffron for 2 tablespoons of azafran). Azafran is commonly sold in specialty herb stores. It is best stored in a cool dark place and will last several months in a sealed plastic or glass container. To make the dumplings, combine the cornmeal, flour, baking powder, salt, pepper, and sugar together in a bowl. Add the butter and milk and mix well to make a batter that is moist but not sticky. If the dough is too moist, knead in a little more flour. Divide the dough into 1" balls, flatten, and shape into small triangles. Pour the chicken stock into a pot and bring to a boil over medium heat. Reduce the heat to a simmer and drop in the dumplings. Cook 3 to 4 minutes, until tender and cooked all the way through. Remove the dumplings from the stock and set aside. For the soup, heat 2 cups of the water and the azafran in a large saucepan over medium-high heat until the liquid has reduced by half, about 7 minutes. Pour through a fine sieve, discard the azafran, and return the liquid to the saucepan. Add salt, pepper, stock, and the remaining 4 cups of the water and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Add squash, reduce the heat and simmer 5 minutes. Add cork kernels and simmer another 5 minutes. Add dumplings and spinach, cook 2 minutes, and serve immediately. From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank From: Mignonne

Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) AZTEC CORN SOUP

1/4 3 1/2 1 1 1 2 1 4 4 1 1 1 1/4

cup cup

butter fresh corn; cut from cob clove garlic; minced or pressed

cup cup teaspoon oz oz

chicken stock milk oregano leaves can green chilies; diced monterey jack cheese shredded salt

large cup

tomato; cored and diced fresh cilantro; chopped

In a 5-6 quart pan; melt butter over medium heat. Add corn and garlic; sauteing for about 2 minutes. Remove pan from heat. In a food processor or blender, whirl stock and 2 cups of the corn mixture until smooth, then add to remaining corn mixture in pan. Stirring constantly; bring milk, oregano and chilies to a boil over medium heat. Remove from heat and stir in cheese. Season to taste with salt. Garnish individual servings with tomato slices and cilantro leaves. From: Mignonne Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) BEAN TERRINE IN BROWN HERB SAUCE WITH BLUE CORNMEAL

1 1 1 1 1/2 2 1 1/8 1/2 1 1 3 4 2 3 2 2 32 1 8 1 8 1 cup cup tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon lb

bean terrine dried small white or pinto beans unsalted butter yellow cornmeal water salt white pepper red chile powder ground cumin brown herb sauce: beef stock unsalted butter, softened chopped fresh tarragon chopped fresh chives chopped fresh dill chopped fresh basil sprigs fresh chervil, for garnish whole chives, for garnish chips: blue cornmeal tortillas vegetable oil

Soak the beans overnight in enough water to cover. The following day, drain the beans, rinse under cold running water, and place in a pot with fresh water to cover. Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce heat and simmer for several hours until the beans are soft. Remove from heat and drain. Mash the beans and mix with butter and cornmeal. Set aside. Bring the 2 cups of water to a boil over high heat. Add the bean mixture, salt, pepper, chile powder and cumin. Reduce the heat and simmer 20 minutes, stirring occasionally to prevent burning. Pour into a greased 5-X-9 inch loaf pan, cool to room temperature, and chill in the refrigerator overnight or until firm. Unmold from the loaf pan, cut into approximately 1/2 inch slices, and set on a cookie sheet. Reheat in a 350degree F. oven for 10 minutes, until warm. For the Brown Herb Sauce, bring the stock to a boil in a large saucepan over moderate heat. Add the butter and stir until completely melted. Add the tarragon, chives, dill and basil, stir 1 minutes, and remove from the heat. Cut the tortillas into chips (or shapes of your choice)with scissors or a small paring knife. In a skillet over moderate to high heat, heat the oil until it almost reaches the smoking point. Using two forks, dip each tortilla chip into the hot oil, remove and blot with a paper towel. To Serve: spoon some Brown Herb Sauce onto each plate and place 2 slices of the Bean Terrine in the center. Garnish with Blue Cornmeal

Page 11 chips, a whole chive, and sprigs of fresh chervil. From: Mignonne Yield: 8 servings

(NCL) CATTAIL POLLEN CAKES

1 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 1/2 2

cup cup teaspoon tablespoon cup tablespoon

sifted cattail pollen fine white cornmeal or cattail flour* finely chopped dried spice bush leaves honey eggs lightly beaten water or broth sunflower seed oil

Thoroughly blend all ingredients together into a smooth batter. On a very hot greased griddle, ladle the batter out into 4 large cakes. Cook for 3 to 5 minute, until bubbles form on the surface, then flip and finish cooking. Serve hot with nut butter** and maple syrup. Cattail Flour: A great many of the botanicals natural to any area may be dehydrated and ground to make flour. The tastiest and most nutritious wild flours are those prepared from nutmeats. Seeds of various botanicals can be used to make flour as well as cereals, gruels, and puddings. The finest flour in nature, which needs no sifting or refining is cattail and bulrush pollen. However, its fine also makes it very hard to wet, so it is easier to mix the pollen with a greater portion of other flour. From: Kailariwoifeyes@aol.Com Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) CHILLED SEAGRAPE SOUP

3 1 1 1 1 4 1 2

cup

seagrapes,(cocolobo uvifera) pitted use seagrapes when they have just turned purple

cup tablespoon

beef broth salt and pepper; to taste light rum

In a large saucepan combine pitted seagrapes, with the beef broth and salt and pepper to taste. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, cover saucepan and simmer over low heat for about 1 hr or longer, until fruit is tender. Cool the mixture and liquefy in the blender, add light rum. Refrigerate and serve in chilled cups with a sprig of washed raw seagrapes. Source: Seminole Indian Recipes, Joyce LaFray Young From: "Jim Weller" <jweller@s...> Yield: 6 servings Date:

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(NCL) CHIPOTLE BEEF STEW

1 1/2 1 1 1 1 2 1 16 1 2 1 2 1/2 15 1/2 1 1

lb

boneless chuck roast, trimmed and cut into 1 cubes

tablespoon medium teaspoon oz

vegetable oil onion, coarsely chopped garlic cloves, minced ground cumin can whole tomatoes, including juice canned chipotle chiles in adobo plus

tablespoon cup oz

adobo sauce from can water can hominy, rinsed accompaniment: warm flour tortillas

Pat beef dry and season with salt and pepper. Heat oil in a 10-inch heavy skillet over moderately high heat until hot but not smoking, then brown meat in 2 batches, transferring to a plate as browned. Return all meat to skillet. Add onion, garlic, and cumin and cook, stirring occasionally, until softened, about 5 minutes. Puree tomatoes with juice, chiles, adobo sauce, and water in a blender or food processor and add to meat mixture. Simmer, covered, stirring occasionally, until meat is tender, about 1 1/4 hours. Add hominy and simmer, covered, 15 minutes. Season with salt. Gourmet December 1999 B. Fairbrother, Chicago, IL Sugar and Spice Comments from other cooks: I made this last night with 2 chillies, seeded, and it blew the roof off our mouths--I thought I liked spicy foods! Still, once we mellowed it with a little sour cream, we really enjoyed the flavor. I liked the hominy, but my husband was not pleased--I'll use some corn next time. A fiery dish! Next time I'll use one pepper. I would also use a better cut of meat for less prep time. For variation and to tame the heat, corn would be a good addition as would pinquitos beans. We thoroughly enjoyed it the second day too. Tasty, hearty and very easy to make. Even the kids cleaned their plates. I used one Chipotle pepper and one tablespoon of adobo sauce. That gave the dish some kick without being too spicy for the kids. No fan of hominy, I substituted a can of corn, drained and rinsed--the result was colorful and delicious. I served it over rice. This dish is great to prepare the night before. I got it to the point of adding the corn, then refrigerated it overnight and finished it quickly the next night. I think doing this also mellowed the slightly bitter, smoky taste Chipotle dishes sometimes have. This dish will definitely become a regular at our house.

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From: Mignonne Yield: 4 servings

(NCL) CHOCTAW HOMINY SOUP

4 1/2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 tablespoon cup cup cup

strips bacon, diced chopped onion boiled hominy, drained (canned or frozen can be used) buttermilk salt and ground pepper chopped fresh dill (optional)

In a heavy sauce pan, cook bacon over medium heat until crisp-tender. pour off all but a thin film of drippings from pan. Add onion and saute until transparent and golden. Add hominy and stir gently for 5 minutes. Remove pan from stove and reduce heat to low. Stir in buttermilk and salt and pepper. Heat soup gently for about 5 minutes, being careful not to bring it to a simmer. Sprinkle with dill. Serve warm or tepid. Serves 4 to 6. This Choctaw soup is unusual. Those who like buttermilk or yogurt and hominy will be delighted, but for others it maybe an acquired taste. Posted by John Benjamin to the Primenet Cooking echo 10-92 From: "Cindy Langston" <stargazer@c...> Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) CLAM CHOWDER

1/2 1 2 8 1 1 1 2 1 4 1/2 16 1 1

lb teaspoon small pint medium

bacon, fried and cut in pieces bacon drippings potatoes cut up in chunks fresh clams with liquor (juice) cut in small pieces onion, cut up celery stalks, cut in small pieces

cup oz

water bottle of clam juice salt and fresh ground pepper

In a large pot, cook onions in bacon drippings. Add all other ingredients to pot and heat to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 50 minutes or until potatoes are tender. From: Dove Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) CORN STEW

1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1 1/2 2 8 1 1 4 1/2 1 1/4 1/8 1 2 1

tablespoon lb cup cup large can teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup

vegetable oil lean ground beef sweet green peppers,cored, seeded, and chopped yellow onion, chopped cloves garlic, minced ears of corn (kernels cut off) or 4 c. frozen corn (14 oz.) crushed tomatoes worcestershire sauce each black pepper and chili powder salt ground red pepper (cayenne) or to taste zucchini or yellow summer squash, thinly sliced

Pueblo Indians often simmered large pots of meat over an open fire and added fresh vegetables, like corn and squash to the pot. In a 6-quart Dutch oven, heat the oil over moderately high heat. Add the beef and cook, stirring frequently, for 8 minutes or until browned. Lower the heat, stir in the green peppers, onion, and garlic, and simmer, uncovered, for 5 minutes or until tender, stirring occasionally. Stir in the corn, tomatoes, Worcestershire, black pepper, chili powder, salt, and red pepper and bring to a boil. Lower the heat, cover, and simmer for 15 minutes. Add the squash, then simmer for 5 minutes longer or until the vegetables are tender. Note: 1. Before Indian Corn can be used for Corn Soup it must be thoroughly dried. The corn is picked in the late fall, the husk pulled back, then braided into three foot long bunches and hung up in the barn so the crows can't get at it. 2. Before Indian Corn can be cooked into corn soup, it must first be put through a process called "lying:. Lye is an extremely strong acid found in hardwood ashes. This is what the traditional Native Americans used as it was abundant from their campfires. This lying process softens the outer shell somewhat and allows the two black eyes found on each kernel of corn to be washed off after cooking. The amount of wood ashes to be boiled with the corn is a very tricky task to accomplish properly. Too much lye will destroy the corn and too little will not do the job. Therefore we leave this to the "lyers" of the tribe. The corn is boiled with the hardwood ashes and water for about two hours. Then it is washed to remove the eyes or hulls and to rinse the corn free of

Page 17 lye. The Tuscarora reservation has three or four "lyers" who perform the difficult and messy task of "lying". A "lyer" will do a large amount of corn in a day depending on how many orders she has to do for the tribal members. I get my "lyed" corn from Mrs. Norton Rickard of Blacknose Spring Road. Usually I order five quarts at $3.00 per quart. I then divide it into three parts. I will freeze two of them and cook one part...about a quart and one half. From: Mignonne <mignonne-Al@e...> Yield: 4 servings Date:

(NCL) GARBANZO BEAN STEW (CONTEMPORARY)

2 10 4 1 1 1 1/2

lb cup lb small teaspoon teaspoon

dried garbanzo beans water stew beef or venison, cut into 1 cubes onion, chopped salt white pepper

Soak the garbanzo beans overnight in twice their volume of water. The beans will absorb much of the water and swell in size. The following day, drain and rinse the beans under cold running water. Place the beans in a large pot with the 10 cups of water. Bring to a boil over high heat, reduce the heat to low, and simmer, uncovered, 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally to prevent burning. Add the meat, onions, salt, and pepper, stir well and continue cooking another 2 hours until the meat is tender and the beans are fully cooked. Serve hot with one of the many Indian breads, for example, Indian Tortillas, Adobe Bread, or Piki Bread. From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank From: Mignonne <mignonne-Al@e...> Yield: 4 servings Date:

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(NCL) HA-PAH-SHU-TSE SOUP

1 1 5

cup lb cup

dried corn lean ham water

Place corn, ham and water in pot and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer until corn and ham are tender, about 3 hours. Remove meat from bones ( if not boneless) and flake into soup. Skim off excess fat if any. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Add 2 cups water, reheat and serve. NOTE: The original recipe calls for 1 pound beef short ribs. You can substitute your favorite lean meat for flavoring. This was also served with hot fry bread and lots of honey. This is the same recipe or darn close to the Dried Corn Soup my Grandma Black used to make. Recipe By: Mr. Raymond Red Corn From: Lisacooks@j... (Lisa L Dixon) From: "Cindy Langston" <stargazer@c...> Yield: 8 servings

(NCL) JERKY STEW

1 2 1 1 1 3/4 1 1 1

lb cup

jerky, coarsely sliced dried hominy, soaked at least eight hours or canned or frozen hominy

cup lb teaspoon

chopped green onions new or red potatoes, diced ground sage salt and pepper to taste

Place jerky, dried hominy, and green onions in a large kettle. (If using canned or frozen hominy, add it during the last hour of cooking.) Cover with water and bring to the boil. Reduce heat to a simmer and cook, covered, for 2 hours, until hominy is just tender. Add potatoes, sage, and salt and pepper and cook an additional 30-40 minutes, until potatoes are tender. Add more water if necessary. Serves 4-6. Spirit of the Harvest From: Narellesapolu@h... Yield: 4 servings Date:

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(NCL) KATHY'S SUCCOTASH-CHICKEN SOUP

1 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 2 4 2 1

lb

skinless chicken, breasts or thighs work the best. 10-oz packages frozen baby lima beans 15 oz. can whole kernel corn

slice

bacon chicken bouillon cube 15 oz cans of tomato sauce

large cup

red potatoes water flour, to coat the chicken

In a large pot, fry the three slices of bacon. Then set them aside for later. Cut the chicken into bite-size pieces, coat with flour and fry in the bacon grease. Drain what is left of the grease, and add all of the remaining ingredients. Slice the potatoes very thin and leave the skin on them. Bring pot to boil then simmer until the beans and potatoes are tender. You may need more than 2 cups of water, but that is my starting point. Crumble the bacon on the top of the soup before serving. This recipe will feed 8-10. From: "Maria Moloney" <mmoloney6@c...>date: Yield: 4 servings

(NCL) KINIGAWISSIN (ASSINIWI'S VEGETABLE SOUP)

1 3 1/2 10 16 16 16 1 1 1 1 1 oz oz oz cup tablespoon

green bell pepper, diced oil cucumber, diced shallots, diced green peas, cooked corn tomatoes, crushed jerusalem artichokes, mashed =or=- potatoes grilled bannock salt & pepper

Fry the pepper, cucumber & shallots in the oil until tender. Add the peas, corn, tomatoes, artichoke or potato & bannock. Season to taste. Stir well & heat until everything is hot. Fast & easy Bernard Assiniwi, "Indian Recipes" From: Mark Satterly Date: 09-02-95 FIDO Gourmet From: "Cindy Langston" <stargazer@c...>

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Yield: 8 servings

(NCL) MIGNONNE'S CORN CHOWDER

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/2

can can can can cup

(15.25 oz.) whole kernel corn, drained (14.75 oz.) cream style golden sweet corn (14.5 oz.) diced tomatoes with garlic & onion (15 oz.) black or red kidney beans, rinsed and drained chicken broth

Combine whole kernel corn, undrained cream corn, undrained tomatoes, beans, broth and 1/2 cup water in medium saucepan. Bring to a boil: reduce heat. Simmer, covered, 5 minutes. Sprinkle each serving with shredded cheddar cheese or chopped fresh chili peppers and garnish with fresh cilantro, if desired. From: Mignonne Yield: 4 servings

(NCL) MIKODISSIMIN-OPINABO (PEA, BEAN AND POTATO SOUP) AB

1/2 1/2 4 4 4 1/2 1/2

lb lb large tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon cup

soup beans, dried black beans potatoes oil salt black pepper shallots, chopped

Wash, soak & cook the dried peas as indicated on the package. Retain the cooking water. Cook the potatoes & save the cooking water. Measure the reserved cooking waters to 8 cups: add fresh water if necessary. Pour into a soup pot. Crush the peas & beans with the potatoes & add to the liquid, with the remaining ingredients. Simmer slowly for 1 hour. From: Mignonne Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) MINESTRONE WITH CUSHAW

8 3/4 14 1/2 1 3/4 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1/2 1/4

cup cup oz cup cup cup can cup cup cup

vegetable broth elbow macaroni can diced tomatoes sliced green beans chopped yellow crookneck squash frozen green peas, unthawed or white (northern) beans, drained reserved cooked vegetables from vegetable broth chopped fresh basil grated parmesan cheese

For a thicker, more traditional soup, replace all the green peas with a half cup of drained canned white beans. Note: Chicken or beef broth can be used if desired. Bring broth to boil in large pot. Add macaroni; reduce heat and simmer 5 minutes. Add tomatoes, green beans and squash; simmer 5 minutes. Add peas or white beans and reserved cooked vegetables; simmer until macaroni and all vegetables are tender, about 5 minutes. Stir in basil. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Sprinkle soup with cheese and serve. Bon Appetit October 1998 From: Mignonne Yield: 6 servings

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(NCL) MOHAWK CORN SOUP

1 1 300 1 1/2 1 1

liter ml kg kg

(4 cups) lyed white corn or canned white hominy white navy beans (2 lb) side pork or side pork and salt pork each salt and pepper to taste

Place the beans in a pot. If using canned white hominy corn, rinse corn several times to remove excess salt. Cover beans with 2 inches (5 cm) water and soak overnight. In the morning cook the beans and corn in the same water until tender. Set aside. Cut up pork into small ¼ inch (1/2 cm) pieces. Place meat in a soup pot and cover with 2 inches (5 cm) of water and bring to a complete boil. Reduce heat and continue to simmer in a covered put for 2 hours or until meat is tender. Drain meat, saving the broth in a separate container. Place both meat and broth in the refrigerator until cool. Skim off fat from the broth. Add meat and broth to the beans. (For thicker soup, mash half of the beans before adding the meat and broth.) Season with salt and pepper. Bring to a mild boil and serve. AboriganalTourism - Native Cuisine From: "Cindy Langston" <stargazer@c...> Yield: 6 servings

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(NCL) MUTTON STEW

1 1/2 1 1 1 4 4 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 3 1

lb

mutton pieces cut for stew (about 6 loin chops) kidney cleaned well and separated (optional) potatoes (approximately) carrots (approximately)

small small

onions mushrooms (optional) head cabbage (or with wide noodles) salt and pepper to taste chilli pepper, seeded mint leaves rosemary bay leaf (crushed)

tablespoon tablespoon

flour (approximate) lard, vegetable oil or butter

Remember, lamb or mutton should be served either very cold or very hot. Never lukewarm. Mutton, or mature sheep can be used in most lamb recipe's but it does take longer to cook to prevent toughness. There is a paper thin sort of covering over the outside of the lamb or mutton carcass. It isn't suppose to effect the flavor unless the meat has been aged for some time. It depends on the cut you use. On chops it should be removed. On the leg, if cooked whole it should be left on. For stew I remove it first since I'm going to be cutting up the meat. Now, if you buy the mutton it will probably be removed before you get it, except on the leg. We usually cut the meat off the neck, shanks and breasts into small pieces for stews. Coat meat with flour. Brown meat in shortening. Cover with water and bring to a boil. Add spices and simmer until tender, approximately 45 minutes. Add carrot pieces, potato pieces. Cook until tender. Add remaining ingredients and cook until done. The cabbage and mushrooms do not take long. If you prefer, thicken with flour for a more gravy like consistency. Please understand I had to approximate amounts. The recipe I have just lists the ingredients and we're suppose to take it from there. Enjoy. Served with bread for "sopping" and a salad it was a good hearty meal. From: Cuttinggal Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) NAVAJO AVOCADO RICE

1 1 1 1/4 1 1 1 1 1

small cup teaspoon

onion, finely chopped garlic clove, minced regular uncooked rice each: salt, dried oregano, ground cumin, and turmeric (14-1/2 ounce) can chicken broth avocado

Place butter and oil in 2-quart pan over medium heat. When butter is melted, add onion and garlic; cook until onion is tender. Add rice; cook, stirring constantly, 3 minutes or until rice looks milky and opaque. Add salt, oregano, cumin, turmeric and broth. Bring to a boil. Cover, reduce heat and simmer 20 to 25 minutes or until rice is tender and all liquid is absorbed. Peel and pit avocado; dice. Fluff up rice with fork; add avocado and toss gently. Turn off heat; let stand 5 minutes before serving. Makes 4 to 6 servings. 1 tablespoon each: butter or margarine and olive oil From: "Maria Moloney" <mmoloney6@c...>date: Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) NAVAJO CHEESE AND GREEN CHILI SOUP

2 2 4 1 15 1 28 1 5 6 1 16 2 1 1

tablespoon

butter onions, diced cloves fresh garlic, chopped freshly roasted green chilies or

oz

can roasted diced green chilies ripe tomatoes, diced

medium cup lb

white potatoes, peeled and cut into 1 cubes water longhorn colby or cheddar cheese, shredded salt to taste

This is the method used to prepare chilies for the Cheese and Green Chili Soup recipe that follows. Dip each chili in olive oil and place on a cookie sheet. Place under broiler, about 3" from heat source. Broil until chilies are slightly scorched. Turn chilies and repeat process. It will take only 3 to 4 minutes on each side. Place chilies in freezer 3 hrs. Remove and pull skin from flesh of chilies. Remove seeds and membranes. Use with any recipe calling for green chilies. In a large soup pot, melt butter and saute onions and garlic over medium heat. When onions are soft, add green chilies and tomatoes. Simmer 10 minutes, stirring every minute or so. Add potatoes and water. Cook over medium heat until potatoes are done, 10 to 20 minutes. Add cheese. On very low heat, simmer about 30 minutes. Add salt to taste. For best results, allow to cool overnight and serve the next day. From: Elaya K Tsosie, a Native Navajo. She teaches Native American History at at two different New York State Colleges. From: Mignonne Yield: 6 servings

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(NCL) NAVAJO DRIED CORN SOUP

3 12 1 1/2 1 1 6 1/2 3 1/2

cup cup lb

dried corn water cubed pork (or beef) diced onion clove minced garlic crushed red chili pods

teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

oregano salt black pepper

Wash dried corn thoroughly, soak overnight, drain when ready to use. Boil dried corn until tender - about 3 1/2 hr. in 6 cups water. Brown meat, add onion and garlic, saute together until tender, drain off excess fat. Add pork, chili pods, oregano, salt, pepper and 6 cups water to cooked corn. Simmer for 1 hour or until the meat and corn are tender. Note: Dried corn may be cooked in a pressure cooker for 45 minutes at about 15 lb. pressure. From: Elaya K Tsosie, a Native Navajo. She teaches Native American History at at two different New York State Colleges. From: Mignonne Yield: 8 servings

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(NCL) NAVAJO DRIED CORN STEW

3 1 1 1 1 1 1/8

cup cup cup lb cup teaspoon teaspoon

water dried corn (can substitute dry garbanzo beans) beef stew meat chopped onion salt pepper

In saucepan, combine water and corn (or garbanzo beans); bring to boiling. Reduce heat and simmer, uncovered, for 2 minutes. Remove from heat. Cover; let stand several hours. Return to boiling; simmer, covered, 1/2 more than an hour if using corn or 1 hour if using garbanzo beans for this recipe. Add remaining ingredients. Simmer, covered, until tender, about 1 1/2 hours. Season to taste. Makes 4 servings. From: Elaya K Tsosie, a Native Navajo. She teaches Native American History at at two different New York State Colleges. From: Mignonne Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) NAVAJO GARBANZO SOUP

1 2 1/2 5 3 2 1 1 1 3 2 1 5 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 can medium lb teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon quart

stock: water cloves garlic fresh oregano sprigs whole cloves salt ground cumin black pepper bay leaves, broken fresh basil sprigs or dried basil chicken bouillon cubes frying chicken; cut up vegetables: juice of two limes zucchini, chopped yellow onion, chopped stalks celery, chopped carrot, chopped green bell pepper, seeded and chopped (17 ounces) garbanzo beans, drained optional garnishes: cooked rice sliced avocados fresh salsa

The modern Navajo eats about the same kind of thing the rest of the inhabitants of the United States eat. In times past, however, they grew just about everything they ate, except for wild game. Aside from the traditional wild fare such as deer and rabbit, they also ate bear, gophers and prairie dogs. They didn't eat snakes as this would give them bad dreams and require a medicine man for a cure. If you will notice; some of these recipes use Garbanzo beans. Although almost all beans are indigenous to this continent and were widely used by Native Americans, Garbanzos and Lentils are two examples of post European contact. At one time I thought these were the only two not native to this country, but recently I have run across a couple others that are from Africa and/or India. Mignonne Some people think this stock is too much trouble. But you can throw all the stock ingredients together one evening, let it simmer while you do something else, then chill the strained broth until you plan to serve it. Stock should be used within two days. To make stock: Bring the water to a boil, and then add all the stock ingredients, including the chicken. Skim the foam from the top as the soup simmers for 1 to 1 1/2 hr.. Remove the chicken, debone it and shred the meat when cool. Strain the stock and chill. This hardens the fat for easy removal.

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To make soup: Remove fat from stock. Reheat and add the juice of two limes. Add all the vegetables except the beans and cook just until tender-crisp, about 20 minutes. Add the shredded chicken and garbanzo beans. Heat until chicken and beans are hot throughout. To serve the soup, ladle into large soup bowls. Garnish with sliced avocados and fresh salsa. This soup can be made more substantial by adding a half-cup of rice in each bowl before pouring in the soup. From: Elaya K Tsosie, a Native Navajo. She teaches Native American History at at two different New York State Colleges. From: Mignonne Yield: 10 servings

(NCL) NAVAJO HOPI CORN STEW

1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2

cup tablespoon cup cup cup tablespoon

roast beef or ground beef, chopped shortening salt and pepper to taste fresh corn, cut from cobs zucchini squash, cubed plus 2 tbs. water cornmeal

This recipe is a good way to use up a bit of leftover roast beef or ground beef. Good served with hard Pueblo style bread. Heat shortening in a large heavy skillet. Brown meat and add salt and pepper to taste. Add squash, corn and 2 cups water. Simmer about 30 minutes, or until vegetables are almost tender. In a cup, stir together cornmeal and 2 tbs. water to make a paste. Stir thickener into stew. Stir about 5 minutes to prevent sticking. From: Elaya K Tsosie, a Native Navajo. She teaches Native American History at at two different New York State Colleges. From: Mignonne Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) OGWISSIMANABO (YELLOW SQUASH SOUP) TUSCARORA

1 4 1 1 2 5 1 1/4

medium

yellow squash, diced shallots, with tops, chopped

quart tablespoon slice tablespoon teaspoon

water maple syrup cucumber (1/2 thick) salt black pepper

Place the squash, shallots, water, and syrup into a large soup pot. Simmer for 40 minutes, or until squash is tender. Add cucumber slices. Put everything into a large bowl and mash until it forms a thick, creamy paste (or use a blender). Put the mixture back into the soup pot and season with salt and pepper. Simmer for 5 to 10 minutes. From: Mignonne Yield: 6 servings

(NCL) ONEIDA CORN SOUP

1 2 1/2 1 1/2 1 3 1

cup cup cup small cup quart teaspoon

fresh spinach, torn whole kernel corn beef, cooked and cut into pieces long grain rice water wild rice pepper to taste

Mix in medium pot. Simmer until rice is cooked about 25-30 minutes. From: Mignonne Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) PAN-SEARED MAPLE VENISON

1 1 8 1 2 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1 1 1 2 2 1 1

cup tablespoon

maple syrup kosher (coarse) salt (3-oz) venison loin medallions (1 1/2 lb.)

tablespoon cup cup cup cup tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon cup tablespoon

olive oil diced pancetta* or bacon diced carrot diced onion diced celery root or celery prepared horseradish minced garlic crushed juniper berries chili powder basic game stock or chicken broth butter, softened

In large resealable plastic bag, combine maple syrup and salt; mix well. Add venison; seal bag. refrigerate a minimum of 1 hour or up to 12 hours to marinate, turning bag occasionally. Heat oven to 325*F. Place wire rack in 15x10x1" baking pan. Remove venison from marinade; discard marinade. Pat venison dry. Heat large skillet over medium-high heat until hot. Add oil; heat until hot. Add venison; cook 2 to 3 minutes or until browned, turning once. Place venison on rack in pan. Bake 8 to 10 minutes for medium-rare to medium. Meanwhile, heat same skillet over medium heat until hot. Add pancetta; cook until browned, stirring occasionally. Add carrot, onion and celery root; cook until vegetables begin to brown, stirring occasionally. Add horseradish, garlic, juniper berries and chili powder; mix well. Add stock; bring to a boil over high heat. Boil 10 to 15 minutes or until vegetables are crisp-tender and sauce is slightly thickened. Whisk in butter To serve, place vegetables on serving platter using slotted spoon. Top with venison. Pour sauce over venison and vegetables. *Pancetta is an unsmoked rolled Italian bacon that is cured with salt and spices. From: Plasticava Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) PAWNEE CORN SOUP

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

stew size beef chunks of meat dried corn salt and black pepper optional: potatoes and onions

For the amount of soup you want to make, take stew size beef chunks from the store and cut them in half. Optional: Use lean ground beef (80%+) in place of beef chunks; avoid fatty ground beef. You want a good, strong beef flavored broth or the corn soup will be sweet flavored from the corn. Boil water for the amount of soup you want to prepare. When water is at the boiling point, drop in the determined quantity of half-sized beef chunks of meat. Add salt and pepper to taste. Boil the meat until the broth has a brownish color to it. (Meat may be tender when the broth is light but for the real meat and corn flavor, it should be cooked until the broth is brownish.) Optional: While the meat is boiling, add the raw onions and raw potatoes if you choose. After the broth has reached the brownish color, add the quantity of dried corn you wish to cook. Cook for 30-45 minutes until soft and tender. The dried corn will absorb the beef flavor as it cooks. For more of a taste of eating dried corn, cook the corn about 30 minutes; corn will have more firmness to it. Optional: If your potatoes are already boiled, add them in the last 10-15 minutes of cooking the corn. Serve Corn Soup soupy as a meal or drain the soup and serve corn and beef as a side dish. This recipe courtesy of Juanita Echo-Hawk Neconie, of the Pawnee/Otoe-Missouri tribe. From: Mignonne <mignonne-Al@e...> Yield: 4 servings Date:

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(NCL) PEANUTTY VENISON (OR BISON) AND BEAN STEW

1 1/2 4 1/2 1/2 1 1 2 1 1/2 1 1 1/2 1/4

cup cup lb cup

dried beans venison or bison broth venison or bison stew meat, cut into 1-inch cubes wild carrots or carrots stalks celery, sliced (1 cup)

cup teaspoon teaspoon cup

chopped ramps or onion and garlic dried basil, crushed ground coriander peanut butter

Soak beans as directed. Drain and rinse. Add broth to beans; bring to boiling. Add meat. Reduce heat. Simmer, covered, till beans are nearly tender (see cooking directions, above). Add carrots, celery, ramps or onions and garlic, basil, and coriander. Cover; simmer for 30 minutes or till vegetables and beans are tender. For a thicker stew, mash beans slightly with a spoon. Place peanut butter in a small bowl. Stir in about 1/2 cup of the cooking liquid; stir into stew mixture. Heat through. Makes 4 main-dish servings. From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.Cdate: 06/18/2003 Yield: 4 servings

(NCL) PINON SOUP

1/2 4 2 2 1 1 1/2

lb cup cup teaspoon cup

raw pinon nuts milk chicken broth crushed coriander seeds dried mint, crushed salt and paper to taste sliced green onions

Put all the ingredients except the green onions, into a heavy saucepan and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to a simmer and cook covered for 20 30 minutes. Puree soup in a blender or food processor until smooth. Reheat gently, at the green onions. [If reheating after refrigeration, add a small amount of milk to thin slightly but it's great as a cold soup too!]

Page 34 [Remember: these nuts are a rich source of protein and fat, containing some 3,000 calories per pound. And that's before you add the milk!] From: Real Due South <wolfwalker@realdu Yield: 4 servings

(NCL) PUEBLO POSOLE (FEAST DAY SOUP)

3 8 1 1/2 1 4 1 2 1 2 2 1

cup cup lb

posole (dried corn) water beef or pork ribs; trimmed all fat red chilies; roasted & finely chopped

teaspoon medium centiliter tablespoon

salt onion; coarsely chopped garlic; finely minced fresh epazote, cilantro or oregano; chopped

Cook posole in a large, heavy kettle, in the 8 cups water, over medium heat, until the kernels pop, about 30 to 45 minutes. Add the raw meat and roasted chilies and half of the salt, and continue to cook, covered, about 2 hours, until the meat is tender. Add the remaining ingredients and simmer for another 20 minutes. Serve hot. Makes about 8 servings. "Enduring Harvests: Native American Foods & Festivals for Every Season" by E. Barrie Kavasch The Globe Pequot Press, Old Saybrook, Connecticut ISBN = 1-56440-737-3 Scanned and formatted for you by The WEE Scot -- paul macGregor From: "Cindy Langston" <stargazer@c...> Yield: 8 servings

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(NCL) PUMPKIN CORN SOUP WITH GINGER LIME CREAM

3 2 1 3/4 3/4 3 3 1 2 1 1 1/2

cup

corn kernels garlic cloves, finely chopped

teaspoon teaspoon cup cup

salt white pepper chicken stock cooked pumpkin garlic cream limes, juice and zest only

tablespoon cup

peeled and grated fresh ginger heavy cream

This simple recipe is easy to prepare.... It is a delicious, rich-bodied soup, and the Ginger Lime Cream adds a refreshing zest. In a medium covered pot, cook the corn kernels with a little water until soft, about 10 minutes. In a food processor, process the corn until smooth and run through a sieve and discard the skins. Combine the corn puree, garlic, salt, white pepper, and stock in a saucepan and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Reduce the heat to low, add the pumpkin, and cook 10 minutes while stirring. In another saucepan cook the lime juice and ginger 2 minutes over medium heat. Remove from the heat and pour through a sieve to remove the ginger. In a bowl, combine the ginger-lime juice, the lime zest (save some for the garnish), and cream. Whip until the mixture has soft peaks. Spoon a dollop of Ginger Lime cream onto each bowl filled with soup and garnish with the remaining line zest. Serve immediately. From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank From: Mignonne <mignonne-Al@e...> Yield: 4 servings Date:

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(NCL) PUMPKIN SOUP

1 1 2 1 3 1/2 1 4 1 1 1 1 1

small tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon cup

pumpkin, about 12 or canned (29 oz) sunflower oil (for fresh pumpkin) or peanut oil maple syrup or honey ground dried spicebush berries or allspice beef or chicken broth thinly sliced green onions chopped hazelnuts roasted pumpkin and sunflower seeds, for garnish

In early pumpkin soup recipes of the northeastern woodland indians, the pumpkin would have been baked whole in hot ashes. Peeled and chopped pumpkin would then have been thinned with broth from wildfowl or game. If using fresh pumpkin, preheat oven to 350 deg F. Place pumpkin in a baking dish and roast until easily pierced with a knife, about 1 hour. Allow pumpkin to cool, slice off top and scoop out seeds. Clean pumpkin fibres from seeds and discard fibres. Toss seeds with oil and salt to taste. Spread out on a baking sheet and return to oven 15-20 minutes, until crisp and golden. Reserve for garnish and snacks. Scrape pumpkin flesh from shell and mash, or puree if a smoother mixture is desired. Place fresh or canned pumpkin in a large saucepan and season with salt, pepper, syrup and allspice or spicebush berries. Gradually stir in enough broth to make soup thin or thick consistency, as desired. Simmer over medium heat about 5 minutes, until hot. If desired, serve soup in small pumpkin or squash shells. Garnish with onions, hazelnuts, and pumpkin seeds. Source: Spirit of the Harvest ... From a file of Carl Berger From: Mignonne Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) QUAIL IN ROSE PETAL SAUCE

1 10 1/2 2 4 1 1 10 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1/4 1 1 8 1 1/2 1 8 1 1 small teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoon large large teaspoon cup tablespoon

rose petal sauce fresh chestnuts or chestnut puree butter garlic cloves, peeled and sliced aniseseed red or pink roses with open blooms, petals only red tuna cactus fruit, or the meat of or 2 small meat plums, such as elephant heart or santa rosa, peeled, seeded and chopped chicken stock or water honey salt and pepper to taste freshly ground white pepper red food color the quail: quail, fresh or frozen and thawed, cleaned salt freshly ground black pepper garlic cloves, peeled white onion, peeled and cut into eighths

Make an X over the flat ends of the chestnuts with a small sharp knife. Toast in oven at 350 degrees F 10 to 12 minutes. Bring 1 quart water to a boil and drop in the chestnuts. Boil, uncovered, for 20 minutes and drain. Set aside to cool. When the chestnuts are cool enough to handle, peel the shells and remove the skins. Place them in the blender. Melt the butter in a large skillet and saute the garlic and anise seed until lightly browned. Add the rose petals, and the cactus or plums and saute 1 to 2 minutes. Add to the blender with honey, salt and pepper and puree while slowly adding 1 cup stock or water. Strain the puree into a skillet and bring to a boil. Lower heat and simmer for 10 minutes, stirring. Add red food coloring if desired and set aside, covered. THE QUAIL: Season quail with salt and pepper and stuff each with an onion slice and garlic clove. Tie legs together with string. Saute the quail in butter to brown, then pan roast for 8 to 10 minutes at 400 degrees F. Reheat the sauce if necessary. Add the quail to the sauce and stir,

Page 38 covering the birds completely, for 3 minutes. Serve 2 quail per person with plain white rice to absorb all the lovely, perfumed sauce. :c.1996, M.S. Milliken & S. Feniger, all rights reserved From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.Cdate: Sat, 12 Jul 2003 23:21:51 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

(NCL) QUAIL WITH ROSES

4 1 1 1 2 1 1 1/4 tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon cup cup

quail (semi-boneless) jalapeno, seeded and chopped rose water honey soy sauce chicken stock hydroponic rose petals

Marinate the quail in the jalapeno, rose water, honey, and soy overnight in the refrigerator. Remove the quail the marinade, and heat the marinade and chicken stock together. Boil and reduce until the sauce coats the back of a spoon. Grill the quail 4 to 5 minutes on each side. Serve with the sauce and hydroponic rose petals. Recipe courtesy Michelle Bernstein From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.Cdate: Sat, 12 Jul 2003 23:25:27 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

(NCL) RABBIT STEW

1

rabbit

Clean and skin the rabbit. Cut meat into parts - include bones. Put meat in a pot. Add water to cover. Add 4 Tbl Lard and 1 tsp salt. Let meat cook for about two hours, adding water as needed. Keep water boiling and gradually hadd 1/2 cup rolled oats, barley or rice, if desired. Cook about another 10 minute. Instead of oats, barley or rice you can add dumplings made like this: 2 cups flour, 4 Tbl Lard, 1 tsp baking powder, 1/2 tsp salt. Make a dough of this. Break and add to top of stew in pieces. Recipe taken from Fort George Recipe Book, 1967. Fort George Quebec.

Page 39 :by Maryann Sam, a Cree from Fort George (Chisasibi) Quebec From: Kailariwoifeyes@aol.Com Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) ROAST WILD TURKEY WITH BLUE CORNBREAD-SHRIMP STUFFI

1 1 1 1/2 1 1/4 1/4 4 1 6 1/4 1/4 1 1 2 8 1 1/2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

tablespoon lb cup cup cup cup

vegetable oil medium shrimp - shelled and deveined unsalted butter chopped onions diced celery diced carrot serrano chiles - de-ribbed, seeded and minced cloves garlic - minced

cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup teaspoon

chopped chayote (optional) bourbon whiskey minced thyme minced sage chopped cilantro coarsely crumbled blue corn bread chicken stock or turkey stock salt wild turkey - 8 to 10 pounds salt to taste freshly ground black pepper to taste unsalted butter - at room temperature

Preheat oven to 350øF. To make the stuffing, heat the vegetable oil in a skillet and saut‚ the shrimp over medium heat until cooked through, about 1 minute. Let cool, dice, and set aside. In a large skillet, melt the butter and saut‚ the onions, celery, carrot, serranos, garlic and chayote over high heat for 2 to 3 minutes. Deglaze the vegetables with the bourbon and continue cooking over high heat for 1 minute or until the liquid evaporates. Remove the skillet from the heat and add the thyme, sage, cilantro, shrimp, and crumbled blue corn sticks. Moisten with the stock and season with salt. Stir to combine. Wash the turkey well and season the cavity with salt and pepper. Stuff the turkey and truss with a needle and string. Rub the turkey generously with the softened butter and season the outside of the turkey with more salt and pepper. Place the turkey on a rack in a roasting pan, cover tightly with foil, and roast in the oven for 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 hours. Baste well with butter periodically Remove the foil in the last hour of cooking to allow the turkey to brown. When done, transfer the turkey to a platter and let it rest for 10 to 15 minutes before carving. Remove

Page 41 the string and serve the turkey with the stuffing and a gravy made from the giblets. Makes 8 to 10 servings. from The New Texas Cuisine Stephan Pyles Doubleday From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.C Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) SPICY CORN SOUP

3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/2 6 1 1 1 1/2

cup tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon cup

corn kernels (fresh, frozen, or canned) olive oil yellow onion, diced finely chopped garlic dried chipotle chili powder *see note salt black pepper chicken stock red bell pepper, roasted, peeled, seeded and diced

cup

heavy cream

*Note: Jalapenos that have been dried and then smoked are referred to as chipotles. Dried chipotle chiles can be ground into a powder and used for seasonings. This medium-size, thick fleshed chile is smoky and sweet and has a subtle, deep, rounded heat. In Santa Fe, local farmers sell fresh ground chipotle chili powder, but it is also available by mail order from the Source Guide in my cookbook; Foods of the Southwest Indian Nations. Prepare the corn by cutting the kernels from the cob. You should have approximately 3 cups of corn kernels from 4 cobs of corn. Save the corn cobs and set aside. The cobs will add additional corn flavor to the soup. In a medium-sized saucepan over medium-high heat, add the olive oil, then the onions. Saute for 3 to 4 minutes until they are translucent, stirring occasionally. Add the garlic and chipotle chili powder and saute for 1 more minute. Add the corn kernels and saute for another 3 minutes, stirring constantly. Add the salt, black pepper, and chicken stock and bring to a boil. (If you have cut your corn fresh from the cob, place the reserved cobs into the saucepan at this time). Once the mixture has boiled, reduce the heat and simmer for 30 minutes. Stir occasionally to prevent the corn kernels from burning or sticking to the bottom of the pan. While the corn soup is simmering, roast the red bell pepper. Char the skin of the pepper until it is black over an open flame or on a grill. When the skin is blistered and blackened, remove the pepper from the flame and place in a paper or plastic bag and seal. Let steam for 15 minutes. When the pepper is cool enough to handle, peel, seed, and dice it. Place the diced bell pepper into a blender with 1/2 cup of the heavy cream and blend thoroughly for 1 minute. Pour through a fine sieve and discard the contents of the sieve. Pour the red bell pepper sauce into a plastic squirt bottle and set aside. Remove the corn soup mixture from the heat, discard the corn cobs and set aside. Place the corn soup mixture in a blender and puree for 3 minutes. Pour the mixture through a sieve and discard the contents of the sieve. Return the mixture to a saucepan, add the remaining 1 cup of heavy cream, and heat, over medium heat for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally to prevent burning. Pour into bowls, garnish with some of the red pepper sauce and serve immediately.

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:Source: Lois Ellen Frank 4 ears corn, kernels scraped from the cob, or From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.C Yield: 4 servings

(NCL) SWANSPIRIT'S PUMPKIN SOUP

2 1/2 1 1 1 1/4 2 1 2 1 1/2 1 1/2

cup large

chicken stock green pepper, diced tomato green onion sprig parsley

teaspoon cup tablespoon tablespoon cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

thyme cubed cooked pumpkin flour butter milk nutmeg sugar salt

Place 1 cup chicken stock, green pepper, tomato, onion, parsley and thyme in blender container. Cover and use on medium speed, just until vegetables are coarsely chopped. Pour into a saucepan; simmer 5 minutes. Return mixture to blender container. Add pumpkin and flour. Cover and use on high speed until mixture is very smooth. Pour mixture into saucepan. Stir in remaining 1 cup chicken stock and all remaining ingredients. Heat to a boil, stirring frequently. Cook 3 minutes longer. Serve hot. From: "Swan Spirit" <gfoster@n...> Date: Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) THREE SISTERS STEW WITH DUMPLINGS

1/2 1/2 1 1/2 1/2 1 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1/8 1 2 1/2 1 3 3 1 1 1 1/2 2 1 1 1 1/2 1/2 2 1/2 1 1/3 1 1/2 1

cup cup cup cup cup tablespoon cup cup tablespoon

anasazi or pinto beans dried christmas or plain white lima beans dried white beans dried black beans, (or 2 any beans you wish) olive oil yellow onion -- chopped green bell pepper -chopped garlic -- chopped fresh jalapeno pepper -seeded and chopped

teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup quart cup

cumin seed -- dry roasted & ground cayenne pepper chile powder (no. 2 can or 28 oz )tomatoes with juice water ears fresh corn (about 3 corn kernel, (may use canned or frozen) thawed and drained

cup cup

beer zucchini, yellow or other summer squash -- diced salt and pepper to taste dumplings

cup cup teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoon cup

yellow corn meal all-purpose flour baking powder salt whole egg milk unsalted butter, melted fresh, thawed frozen or drained canned corn kernels

For Stew: 1. Place the beans in a large saucepan or Dutch oven. Cover with water by 2 inches and soak two hours or overnight. Drain and set aside. 2. Heat olive oil in a large saucepan or Dutch oven over medium-high hear; saute the onions, bell pepper, garlic and jalapeno until soft, about 5 minutes. 3. In a small, dry skillet, toast the cumin seed until aromatic and lightly browned: grind in a spice mill or mini food processor or coffee grinder. 4. Add to the onion mixture. 5. In same small skillet, lightly toast the cayenne and chile powder being careful not to burn 6. Add to the onion mixture. 7. Add the tomatoes to the onion mixture and simmer for 15 minutes. 8. Add the water and drained beans to the pan and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer until beans are tender, about 1 1/2 to 2 hours. 9. Cut the corn kernels off the cob. 10. Add the beer, corn

Page 45 kernel and squash and cook until the squash is tender, about 10 minutes. Add salt and pepper to taste. For Dumplings: 1. In a mixing bowl, stir together the cornmeal, flour, baking powder, and salt. 2. In another bowl, whisk together the egg, milk and melted butter. 3. Add the liquid mixture to the dry and mix until just incorporated. 4. Fold in the corn kernels. 5. Drop the batter by heaping tablespoons full into the barely simmering stew, covering the top of the stew (about 16 dumplings) 6. Cover and cook about 15-20 minutes, until a wooden toothpick or skewer inserted into the centers of the dumplings comes out clean. 7. Spoon the stew into bowls and top each with several dumplings. Serve immediately. c2003 Corn Dance Cafe From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.Cdate: Sat, 26 Jul 2003 14:03:32 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) TORTILLA CRUSTED CRAB CAKE IN SPICY CARROT-MANGO BR

1 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 6 1 2 2 3 1 1/4 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 1/4 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 tablespoon tablespoon cup cup large cup tablespoon lb tablespoon tablespoon medium cup tablespoon tablespoon cup

carrot mango broth fresh mango juice or canned mango nectar fresh carrot juice toasted whole fennel seeds toasted whole coriander seeds habanero chile salt and freshly ground pepper crab cake: olive oil red onion, diced jalapenos, diced lump crabmeat, picked over prepared horseradish, drained dijon mustard creme fraiche, sour cream or yogurt egg, lightly beaten salt and freshly ground pepper finely crushed blue corn chips thinly sliced green onion mango-green onion relish: ripe mangoes, peeled, seeded and diced green onions, finely sliced serrano pepper, finely sliced lime juice olive oil salt and freshly ground pepper

Blue Corn Tortilla Crusted Crab Cake in Spicy Carrot-Mango Broth and Mango-Green Onion Relish Place all ingredients in a medium saucepan and boil over high heat until reduced by 1/2. Strain and season with salt and pepper to taste. In a skillet over low to medium heat, heat 2 tablespoons olive oil and saute the onion and jalapenos until translucent. Remove from the heat and set aside. In a mixing bowl, combine the crab, onion mixture, horseradish, mustard, creme fraiche, egg and salt and pepper, to taste. Refrigerate, covered for 1 hour or up to 1 day. Form the chilled crab mixture into 12 (2-inch) patties 1/2-inch thick and dredge in the corn chips. Heat the remaining 4 tablespoons olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat and fry the cakes for about 3 minutes on each side, or until crusty and lightly browned. Ladle some

Page 47 of the carrot-mango broth into medium shallow bowls. Place 2 crab cakes in the bowl and garnish with green onion and serve with mango relish. Mango-Green Onion Relish: Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl and season with salt and pepper. Yield: 6 servings Recipe courtesy Bobby Flay From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.C Yield: 4 servings

(NCL) TRADITIONAL CORN SOUP

1 1/2 1 1 1/2 3/4 1 48 1 1

quart lb lb oz

lyed indian white corn water pork shoulder butt steaks salt pork water canned dark red kidney beans water

Wash and put 1 1/2 quarts of "lyed" Indian White Corn in an 8 quart pot. Fill with water 3/4 full and cover. Bring to a boil and keep at a rolling boil for 1 1/2 hours, corn should open full. You may want to cook corn a while longer . If the corn is not fully open, stir occasionally. Do not let it stick to the bottom of the pan. While the corn is cooking, cut up 1 1/2 lbs of pork shoulder butt steaks into 3/4" square pieces. Do the same with 3/4 lbs of salt pork. Place meat in a separate pan and boil for 1 hour. Water should cover pork 4" or so. Add if necessary...you will need this for stock. After the corn opens to your satisfaction or two hours maximum, remove from stove and pour through strainer. Do not rinse corn. Rinse out pot and put corn back into pot. Add the cooked pork along with the stock. Open three 1 lb cans of dark red kidney beans and add. Rinse cans, add water to cover mixture 3 inches or so. Boil mixture for another 1 1/2 to 2 hours, adding water in necessary. Stir occasionally, do not let it stick to the bottom of the pot. Serve in individual bowls, season with salt and pepper after serving. Best if eaten with homemade, warm yeast bread and freshly churned butter. From: Mignonne <mignonne-Al@e...> Yield: 4 servings Date:

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(NCL) VENISON RAGOUT

1 1/4 1 1/4 1 2 1 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 2 2 1 1 1/2 1 8 1 tablespoon tablespoon large large cup cup teaspoon pinch oz tablespoon tablespoon lb cup teaspoon

for venison: flour salt freshly ground pepper boneless venison stew meat trimmed, cut into 3/4 cubes vegetable oil butter for sauce: vegetable oil butter red onion; thinly sliced cloves garlic; minced beef broth dried cranberries sugar ground allspice small mushrooms; trimmed, quartered

Put rack in center of oven; heat oven to 350 degrees. Have ready 1 1/2-quart capacity casserole. For venison, combine flour, salt and pepper in plastic food bag. Pat meat dry with paper towels. Toss meat with seasoned flour until evenly coated, shaking off excess flour. Set meat on work surface. Put any remaining seasoned flour into casserole. Heat 3/4 T. each butter and oil in 12", non-stick skillet. When very hot, sear meat in two batches on all sides, about 1 1/2 minutes, adding remaining butter and oil as needed. Transfer seared meat to casserole. Toss meat with any flour in casserole. For ragout sauce, heat 1 1/2 tsp. each butter and oil in same skillet over medium-high heat. When hot, add onion and garlic. Cook until onion is softened, about 4 minutes. Add beef broth, dried cranberries, sugar and allspice. Heat to boil. Pour over venison. Toss to mix. Bake, covered, for 1 1/2 hours. Add mushrooms. Mix well. Continue to bake, covered, until meat is tender, about 30-60 minutes longer. Adjust seasoning. (Can be made a day ahead and refrigerated or frozen up to three months. Reheat gently.) Chicago Tribune 1/23/94. From: Mignonne Yield: 4 servings

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(NCL) ZUNI GREEN CHILI STEW

3 1 1 2 1/4 6 1 5 1/2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1/2 6 1 1 1

lb

boned lamb cut into 1 1/2 inch cubes flour for dusting

tablespoon teaspoon

cooking oil fresh ground black pepper dried juniper berries, crushed

cup medium tablespoon

canned hominy (including the liquid) size dried hot red pepper (chili) crushed salt cloves garlic, peeled and crushed

teaspoon cup

oregano minced fresh parsley green peppers, washed, cored and quartered (include some seeds()

quart

water

Dust lamb cubes lightly with flour. Brown lamb slowly on all sides in the cooking oil in a large heavy kettle. As the meat browns, add the black pepper and crushed juniper berries. Transfer meat to paper towel to drain. in the same kettle, saute' the onions until golden. Return the meat to the kettle. Mix in the remaining ingredients, cover and simmer for 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally. From: "Swan Spirit" <gfoster@n...> Date: Yield: 4 servings

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3 SISTERS SOUP

1 1 1 2

cup cup cup tbs

beans (any dried varity ) dried sweet corn ( do your own it i; s cheaper) dried squash ... barley, a small handful of dried onion, tbs of garlic powder.

1

to

1/2 cups dried beef chunks (to tast; e). any other dried veggies you may hav; e around like green beans

Salt makes the skins on the beans tough. Add water to cover about 2 inches over dried mixture. Cook a good long time at least 2 hours. If you need to add water, Add hot water as the beans will remain hard if you add cold. This is good to take camping as you would be carrying dried ingredients and just adding water when ready to cook. This also holds up very well to cooking all day over an open fire. Add salt at the table. Serve with hot frybread.

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9756-BRAISED RABBIT RAGU

2 1 1 1 1 4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 1/2 2 1/2 4 1/2 1 2 3 1 2 1 1/4 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 oz teaspoon cup tablespoon tablespoon cup teaspoon teaspoon cup cup oz tablespoon tablespoon cup cup cup tablespoon cup cup

frying rabbits -- cut into pieces flour salt and freshly ground pepper olive oil onions -- chopped carrot -- chopped celery -- chopped garlic -- chopped tomatoes -- chopped <<or>> diced tomatoes in juice -(canned) fresh rosemary leaves -chopped fresh thyme whole fennel seed hearty red wine rich chicken stock dried porcini, rehydrated -coarsely chopped shallots -- minced wild mushrooms -- thickly sliced slivered sundried tomatoes (optional) nicoise olives -- pitted, sliced grated lemon zest polenta -- (recipe follows) gorgonzola cheese -- cut bite size cubes fresh chopped basil leaves for the mushrooms-garnish--

Dust the rabbit with flour and season liberally with salt and pepper. Add 2 tablespoons olive oil to an oven proof pan and brown rabbit pieces on all sides. Remove rabbit and set aside. Add onions, carrots, celery and garlic to pan and cook until just beginning to brown. Add tomatoes, herbs, fennel seed, wine and stock and bring to a boil. Add rabbit, cover and place in a preheated 350 degree oven for 50 to 60 minutes or until rabbit is very tender and falling off the bone. Strain reserving all of the braising juices. Remove rabbit and discard bones and braising vegetables. Set rabbit meat aside. Place juices in a saucepan and reduce over high heat by 1/2 or until lightly thickened. Season with salt and pepper and keep warm. While braising liquid is reducing, prepare mushrooms. Add porcini, shallots and remaining 2 tablespoons olive oil to a saute pan and quickly saute until just beginning to color. Add fresh mushrooms and saute until softened. Stir in tomatoes, olives and lemon zest and

Page 52 season to taste with salt and pepper. Set aside and keep warm. Spoon polenta in a large shallow bowl and make a well in the center. Place a portion of gorgonzola in center and top with boned rabbit and the mushroom mixture. Ladle reduced sauce over and around and sprinkle chopped basil over all. Serve immediately. Polenta: 1 quart chicken or vegetable stock, or water 1 cup coarse polenta corn meal 1/4 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley Salt and freshly ground pepper In a heavy saucepan bring stock to a boil. Stir in polenta slowly to prevent lumps. Reduce heat to low and with a wooden spoon stir regularly to prevent polenta from burning. Continue stirring and cooking for 15 to 20 minutes or until polenta is tender. Stir in cheese, parsley and season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve immediately. If too thick, stir in a little more stock. Yield: 6 to 8 servings "Braised Rabbit Ragu w/Wild Mushrooms Over Soft Polenta w/Gogonzola Cheese" Air date: 02/01/9 Recipe By : JOHN ASH SHOW #JA9756 Date: 02 Feb 97 Mastercook

From: Sherry Zeiss Recipes (Mailing List) Ä Yield: 1 servings

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9756-RABBIT SAUTEED WITH MUSTARD

1/3 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 3/4 1/2 1 1 4 1 2 1 2 1

cup tablespoon teaspoon

dijon style mustard fresh thyme leaves -- (1 dry) rabbit -- cut in serving piece salt and freshly ground pepper

tablespoon cup cup cup cup drop tablespoon oz cup cup cup

olive oil rich chicken -- <<or>> mushroom stock dry white wine heavy cream (optional) fresh lemon juice chopped fresh herbs good quality bacon -- finely diced onions -- sliced mushrooms -- diced green cabbage -- finely sliced

Mix the mustard and thyme together and generously brush both sides of pieces of rabbit. Season well with salt and pepper. Heat 3 tablespoons of oil in a large heavy saute pan and add the rabbit. Cover and gently cook over moderate heat until the rabbit pieces are tender but still moist 15-20 minutes. Cover and place rabbit in a casserole in a warm oven as they are finished. Place the saute pan back on high heat and add the stock, wine and cream until mixture is lightly thickened about 8 minutes. Strain carefully through a fine strainer and season to taste with salt, pepper and drops of lemon juice. Stir in herbs and keep warm. In a small saute pan add bacon and saute over moderate heat until just crisp. Remove and drain on paper towels discarding fat. Add remaining tablespoon olive oil to pan and saute onions and mushrooms until vegetables just begin to color. Add cabbage and cook until it just begins to wilt but is still crunchy. Stir in bacon. Place onion mixture on a warm platter, top with rabbit and spoon sauce over and around. Serve immediately. Yield: 4 servings Copyright, 1997, TV FOOD NETWORK, G.P., All Rights Reserved Air date: 02/01/9 Recipe By : JOHN ASH SHOW #JA9756 Date: 02 Feb 97 Mastercook

From: Sherry Zeiss Recipes (Mailing List) Ä Yield: 1 servings

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ABENAKI SQUASH SOUP
By: Shirl4116@aol.com relatives 4 2 2 3 4 4 1 strips medium medium quarts big acorn tbs. smoked bacon, sliced very thin carrots, peeled and diced onions, peeled and diced chicken stock (homemade) potatoes, peeled and cubed squash, peeled and cubed sugar pinch salt pinch hot pepper 1/2 oz. fresh lime juice chopped parsley (if you have it on; hand) In large saucepan, slowly render bacon until crisp. Add carrots, onions. Cook until vegetables are soft. Add chicken stock and simmer for 90 minutes. Add potatoes, squash, salt, and pepper. Simmer 40 minutes, then mush or puree. Add lime juice. Check seasonings and adjust to taste. Serve with chopped parsley, if you have it on hand.

ABENAKI SQUASH SOUP -FROM FAMILY MEMBERS

4 1 2 2 3 4 1 4 1 1 1 1 1/2 1 1 tablespoon pinch pinch oz medium medium quart

strips smoked bacon, sliced very thin carrots, peeled and diced onions, peeled and diced chicken stock (homemade) big potatoes, peeled and cubed acorn squash, peeled and cubed sugar salt hot pepper fresh lime juice chopped parsley (if you have it on hand)

In large saucepan, slowly render bacon until crisp. Add carrots, onions. Cook until vegetables are soft. Add chicken stock and simmer for 90 minutes. Add potatoes, squash, salt, and pepper. Simmer 40 minutes, then mush or puree. Add lime juice. Check seasonings and adjust to taste. Serve with chopped parsley, if you have it on hand. source: relatives From: Shirl4116@aol.Com Yield: 4 servings

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ABNAKIS TRIBE, MIKODISSIMIN-OPINABO, (PEA, BEAN & POTATO

1/2 1/2 4 4 4 1/2 1/2

lb lb large tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon cup

soup beans, dried black beans potatoes oil salt black pepper shallots, chopped

Wash, soak & cook the dried peas as indicated on the package. Retain the cooking water. Cook the potatoes & save the cooking water. Measure the reserved cooking waters to 8 cups: add fresh water if necessary. Pour into a soup pot. Crush the peas & beans with the potatoes & add to the liquid, with the remaining ingredients. Simmer slowly for 1 hour. Jaime, 11-15-02 From: "Steven Friedman" <sfriedman@dock Yield: 4 servings

Page 56

ACKERMAN AND COOKE'S MOOSE BOURGUIGNON

1/4 3 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 1 4 1 2 2 1/2 1 3/4 3 2 2 1

lb

salt diced pork strips diced bacon flour salt and pepper to taste

lb

moose round or rump cut in cubes moose kidney, thinly sliced

tablespoon

brown sugar and 1/2 tablespoons currant jelly

teaspoon

kitchen bouquet bouillon cubes onions chopped or two dozen pearl onions carrots, sliced

tablespoon teaspoon lb cup tablespoon cup can

worcestershire sauce bay leaves thyme mushrooms, sliced butter cream chopped parsley cloves garlic, sliced red wine cream of mushroom soup

Fry salt pork in skillet and cook bacon. Put aside. Shake the meat chunks and kidney slices in salted and peppered flour. Brown the meats in the salt pork fat. Remove to the casserole dish. Stir sugar, jelly, and Kitchen Bouquet into skillet, then smash in the 2 bouillon cubes and melt, stirring to blend over low flame. Glaze the onions, carrots, and garlic slices until sticky with glaze but not caramelized. Remove to casserole. Stir in red wine, then the can of mushroom soup,(can use beef broth). Sir in bay leaves and thyme and smooth out the liquid. Set aside. Cover and simmer for 2 to 2 and 1/2 hours, adding water if stew thickens too much. Add vegetables to casserole for the last 30-40 minutes of cooking. Saute the mushrooms in butter for 2-3 minutes, then add the cream. Cook down until the cream has thickened-about 5 minutes. Add bacon to the mushroom mixture just long enough to warm them, and add to stew along with parsley. Ackerman and Cooke Yield: 4 servings

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ACOMA LAMB STEW WITH CHOLLA BUDS

3 1/2 1/4 1 2 1 4 1/4 1/4 1 1 2 1/2 6

tablespoons cup teaspoon pc lb garlic teaspoon teaspoon can cup cups (or more) pcs

chopped fresh wild mint* warm water azafran*, crumbled 2.5to3lb bnless lamb shoulder, trmd; cut into 1x1 in cubes ramps or leeks, thinly sliced cloves, minced ground cumin chili powder 14 1/2 oz diced tomatoes in juice dried cholla buds* chicken broth lemonade berry* or; juice of 1/2 lemon

tablespoons (or mo olive oil

Place 1/2 cup warm water and azafran in small bowl; let stand at least 20 minutes to infuse. Sprinkle lamb with salt and pepper. Heat 2 tablespoons oil in heavy large pot over medium-high heat. Working in batches, cook lamb until brown on all sides, adding more oil as needed, about 5 minutes per batch. Transfer lamb to large bowl. Pour all but 1 tablespoon fat from pot (or add 1 tablespoon oil if dry); heat pot over medium heat. Add onions; sprinkle with salt and pepper. Sauté until beginning to brown, about 5 minutes. Add lemonade berry juice or lemon juice, garlic, cumin, and chili Stir 1 minute. Add saffron mixture; stir, scraping up browned bits. Add tomatoes with juice, cholla buds, and lamb with any juices to pot. Stir to coat. Add 2 1/2 cups broth. Bring stew to boil. Reduce heat to medium-low, then cover with lid slightly ajar and simmer until meat is tender, stirring occasionally and adding more broth by 1/4 cupfuls as needed if dry, about 1 1/2 hours. Season to taste with salt and pepper. (Can be made 2 days ahead. Cool slightly. Refrigerate uncovered until cold, then cover and chill.) Bring stew to simmer, thinning with more chicken broth if necessary. Divide stew among 6 plates; Sprinkle with wild mint and place wedge of fry bread alongside each and serve. *Chefs notes: Cholla buds can be obtained from http://www.heritagefoodsusa.com/what_we_sell/fruits_grains.html or you can replace with artichoke hearts, Brussels sprouts or asparagus. If you use any of these replacements add to stew the last 10 minutes of cooking. Azafran can be obtained in any Mexican market spice rack. Lemonade berry juice boil 6 berries in 1/4 cup water strain and discard berries or replace with lemon juice. American wild mint can be replaced with regular mint leaves from the grocers fresh spice shelf. Yield: 6 servings.

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ACORN PEMMICAN:

1 1/2 1/2

lb. cup cup

lean stewing meat, cut quite small dehydrated wild plums acorn meal

Boil the lean stewing meat. When it is tender, drain and allow it to dry in a bowl. Grind all of the ingredients together in a meat grinder using a fine blade. Grind again, mixing finely, distributing the ingredients very well. Place in a covered dish and refrigerate overnight. (Or you can eat right away, but like many foods, the refrigerating allows the flavors to blend nicely.) You can serve this on any flatbread, such as a tortilla. It is best served warm, or you can reheat it in the pan in the oven like a meatloaf.

Acorn meal can also be used in place of a good portion (or all) of the nuts in most desserts, from brownies to cookies. It does depend on the variety of acorn you have available and the taste after leaching. Some acorn meal never gets “nutty,” only mild, while the meal of other acorns, such as those of the Emory oak, are so sweet that you can eat them without leaching, or with very little leaching.

You will have to experiment a bit here. But the end results are usually surprising.

ACORN SOUP OR MUSH

recipe Southern California Indians commonly used the leached and ground acorns as a base for soup or mush. To use as a soup base, mix approximately two cups of the meal with 8 cups of water. Add diced onions, potatoes, carrots, wild greens, and seasonings to suit your taste. To use as a breakfast mush, add milk and/or water to the acorn meal to your desired thickness. Serve with whatever you'd add to oatmeal: such things as raisins, sliced fruit, honey, butter, and cream.

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ACORN SOUP OR MUSH

text Northern California Indians commonly used the leached and ground acorns as a base for soup or mush. To use as a soup base, mix approximately two cups of the meal with 8 cups of water. Add diced onions, potatoes, carrots, wild greens, and seasonings to suit your taste. To use as a breakfast mush, add milk and/or water to the acorn meal to your desired thickness. Serve with whatever you'd add to oatmeal: such things as raisins, sliced fruit, honey, butter, and cream.

ACORN STEW

1 1/2

lb. c.

stewing meat finely ground acorn meal (tannin re; moved) salt and pepper to taste

Place meat in heavy pan and add water to cover. Cover with lid and simmer until very tender. Remove from liquid and cut meat into very fine pieces. Return meat to the liquid. Stir in the acorn meal. Add salt and pepper as desired. Heat until thickened and serve.

ACORN STEW

3 3/4

lbs cup

round steak (beef or venison), cut; into bite size pieces acorn flour (leach first) salt

Cook beef or venison in about 1 quart of water. Let it simmer for about 3 hours or until meat is well done. Salt to taste. Shell acorns and grind them into very fine flour until you have approximately 3/4 cup of flour. Strain the broth from the meat (it will be used later). Shred the meat and, placing it in a wooden bowl, mix it with the acorn flour. (Note: metal utensils or bowl will discolor the flour) Pour hot broth over the mixture and stir. It is now ready to serve in individual bowls. Usually served with fry bread. Yield: servings: 6 ser

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ACORN STEW

----INGREDIENTS---2 1/2 1 1/2 2 1 1 lb quart large stew meat, cubed water, or more as needed onions, coarsely chopped salt and pepper to taste 2-3 pounds acorns (enough to make 1; cup of acorn meal) ----DIRECTIONS---Place meat into a pot with water and onions. Bring to boil, reduce heat and simmer for 3-4 hours or until meat is very tender. Add more water if necessary. There should be about 3 cups of broth when meat has been cooked. Add salt and pepper to taste, and keep the stew warm. Shell the acorns and grind them in food processor or blender into a very fine meal. With a slotted spoon remove the meat and onions from the pot and place into a glass bowl. Add the acorn meal and blend well. Bring the broth to boil; pour it over the meat mixture and blend well. Adjust seasoning by adding more salt and pepper if desired. Serve immediately with Indian Fry Bread. Serves 6 Yield: 6 servings

ACORN STEW

3 3/4

lbs cup

round steak (beef or venison), cut; into bite size pieces acorn flour (leach first) salt

Cook beef or venison in about 1 quart of water. Let it simmer for about 3 hours or until meat is well done. Salt to taste. Shell acorns and grind them into very fine flour until you have approximately 3/4 cup of flour. Strain the broth from the meat (it will be used later). Shred the meat and, placing it in a wooden bowl, mix it with the acorn flour. (Note: metal utensils or bowl will discolor the flour) Pour hot broth over the mixture and stir. It is now ready to serve in individual bowls. Usually served with fry bread. Yield: servings: 6 ser

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AJIACO DEL RESTAURANT GARCIA

2 1 1 4 1 3 2 1 3 2 1

tablespoon teaspoon cup

butter cayenne pepper unsalted chicken stock ears yellow corn, shucked, sliced into 1 wheels

lb teaspoon cup cup large

chicken breasts, cut up sweet paprika onions, finely diced milk yucca, peeled and diced lime, juiced

Melt the butter in a 6 qt. pot over medium heat. Cook chicken pieces in the butter until no longer pink. Remove chicken with slotted spoon and place in in a bowl. Put onion, garlic, cayenne, and paprika in pot and cook while stirring, until onion is translucent and colored with the paprika. Add stock, milk, yucca, corn, and chicken to the pot. Bring almost to a boil then reduce heat, cover and simmer, stirring every now and then, for about 1 hour, or until yucca is tender. Remove from heat and stir in lime juice. Serve with Cuban or French bread that has been sliced and broiled until golden. As an alternative frozen corn on the cob will work, as well as fresh frozen kernels. The fresh corn cob seems to impart a nice flavor to this dish. If you're wondering what to do with the wheels of corn, just pick 'em up with your fingers and nibble 'round the rims. Yield: 4 servings

ALASKA WHALE STEW

1 7,326 2,276 104 52 1,896 1,908 927 76 *

(105 lb. lb. lb. gal. lb. gal. lb. lb.

ton) blue whale potatoes carrots salt tabasco sauce onions, thinly sliced tomato sauce celery black pepper

Place whale in pot with tomato sauce. Cook at 300 degrees for 4 hours. All remaining ingredients. Simmer for 36 hours. Serves 347,161

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ALASKAN WILD SALMON WITH MUSTARD MAPLE GLAZE
By: August 12, 2005 in the New York Daily News for the egyptian lentil stew: 2 1 1/2 1/2 1 2 2 2 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/2 1 small celery cup cups cups cups cup cup cup cup cup tablespoon tablespoons olive oil shallot, finely chopped carrot, finely chopped stalk, finely chopped small green lentils unsalted chicken stock for the wine reduction: merlot or your favorite red wine beef stock for the mustard maple glaze: dijon mustard whole grain mustard honey merlot or your favorite red wine maple syrup chopped fresh dill salt and fresh pepper, to taste for the salmon: 4 5-6 oz salmon fillets, preferably wild; alaskan salt and fresh pepper, to taste Make the lentil stew: In a 10-inch skillet, heat olive oil over medium heat. Add shallot, carrot and celery and cook, stirring occasionally, until vegetables are very tender. Add lentils and chicken stock. Cook until liquid is absorbed and lentils are tender, about 20 minutes. Make the wine reduction: Pour wine and stock into a saucepan and bring to a simmer over medium-low heat. Simmer until liquid is reduced to about 11/2 cups. Make the mustard maple glaze: Combine all ingredients for the glaze in a bowl; mix well. Season with salt and pepper; set aside. To finish the dish, preheat oven to 350 degrees. Season salmon with salt and pepper. Place fish in a baking dish and spoon 2 tablespoons of glaze over each fillet. Bake until salmon flakes easily when tested with a fork, about 10 to 15 minutes. To serve, mound lentil stew on warmed plates. Drizzle 2 tablespoons of the wine reduction over lentils; place salmon on top; serve immediately. Notes to the Cook # Timing. You can make the lentil stew, wine reduction and mustard glaze the day before. When ready to serve, reheat the components of the dish, then make the salmon. # The mustard maple glaze. You will have more glaze than you need for this dish. It will last, refrigerated, for about two weeks. Use it on chicken,

Page 63 scallops and grilled vegetables, suggests Mohsen Alam El Din, chef/owner of Plumbush Inn. Yield: serves 4

ALGONQUIAN THREE SISTERS RICE

3 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1/2 3 1 1/2 1/2 1/4 1/4

cup cup pinch medium medium cup cup

chicken stock or water brown or wild rice coarse salt yellow squash; cubed zucchini squash; cubed baby lima beans whole kernel corn red bell pepper; roasted & . cut into strips green bell pepper; roasted & . cut into strips

cup centiliter cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon

sunflower seed oil garlic; minced onion; diced parsley; chopped scallion; chopped white pepper paprika

In a large, deep pot over medium heat, bring the chicken stock or water to a rolling boil. Sprinkle in the rice and a pinch of salt, then lower the heat. Cover and steam for 20 minutes. Gradually add the squash, lima beans, peppers, and corn; stir well. Cover and steam for an additional 20 minutes. While this mixture cooks, warm the oil in a medium cast-iron skillet over medium heat. Add the garlic and onions, stirring briskly and cooking for about 5 minutes until garlic and onions are just glistening and translucent but not brown. Add the remaining seasonings, stir thoroughly and remove from the heat. Stirring thoroughly, add these ingredients to the steaming rice and balance the seasonings and liquids. Steam for a final 5 minutes, covered. Fluff and serve. Serves 10 to 12 ** Enduring Harvests Native American Foods and Festivals for Every Season ** by E. Barrie Kavasch ** The Globe Pequot Press, POBox 833, Old Saybrook, Connecticut 06475 ** ISBN = 1-56440-737-3 Scanned and formatted for you by The WEE Scot -- paul macGregor From: Paul Macgregor Yield: 10 servings Date: 03-27-96

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ALGONQUIN WILD NUT SOUP (PAGANENES)

24 6 3 6 1 1/4

oz. T. cup tsp. tsp.

hazelnuts, crushed shallots, with tops parsley, chopped stock, vegetable, beef, venison or; chicken salt black pepper

Place all ingredients in a large soup pot & simmer slowly over a medium heat for 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally.

ALGONQUIN WILD NUT SOUP (PAGANENES) -

4 6 3 6 1 1/4

oz. T. cup tsp. tsp.

hazelnuts, crushed shallots, with tops parsley, chopped stock, vegetable, beef, venison or; chicken salt black pepper

lace all ingredients in a large soup pot & simmer slowly over a medium heat for 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally. The Broth I use Moose Broth I used Hickory Nuts, Leeks and I added Wabado (Wild Mushrooms that I dehydrate) I gathered these from my land... and serve this soup with fry bread.

ALGONQUIN WILD NUT SOUP (PAGANENS)

24 6 3 6 1 1/4

oz ea tbl cup tsp tsp

hazelnuts, crushed shallots, with tops parsley, chopped stock, vegetable, beef, venison or; chicken salt black pepper

Simple and delicious! Place all ingredients in a large soup pot & simmer slowly over a medium heat for 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally.

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ALGONQUIN WILD NUT SOUP (PAGANENS)

24 6 3 6 1 1/4

oz ea tbl cup tsp tsp

hazelnuts, crushed shallots, with tops parsley, chopped stock, vegetable, beef, venison or; chicken salt black pepper

Place all ingredients in a large soup pot & simmer slowly over a medium heat for 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally.

ALGONQUIN WILD NUT SOUP (PAGANENS)

24 6 3 6 1 1/4

oz ea tbl cup tsp tsp

hazelnuts, crushed shallots, with tops parsley, chopped stock, vegetable, beef, venison or; chicken salt black pepper

Place all ingredients in a large soup pot & simmer slowly over a medium heat for 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally.

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ALIGATOR AND HAM SOUP

2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

lb tablespoon

aligator meat flour ham, small piece lemon, piece onion, chopped cloves garlic bay leaf thyme parsley salt & pepper to taste

Cut ham into bits; mash herbs and seasonings with it, and put them aside. Boil aligator meat 15 minutes. Remove from heat and save the stock. Chop up the meat. Brown onions in lard or vegetable oil; add turtle meat and brown well. Then add ham and seasonings, stirring constantly. Add stock and 2-1/2 to 3 quarts water with salt and various peppers (to taste) and also the lemon, chopped very fine. Cook for an hour or so stirring frequently. Yield: 1 servings

ALLIGATOR AND HAM SOUP

2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

lb tablespoon

alligator meat flour ham, small piece lemon, piece onion, chopped cloves garlic bay leaf thyme parsley salt & pepper to taste

Cut ham into bits; mash herbs and seasonings with it, and put them aside. Boil alligator meat 15 minutes. Remove from heat and save the stock. Chop up the meat. Brown onions in lard or vegetable oil; add alligator meat and brown well. Then add ham and seasonings, stirring constantly. Add stock and 2-1/2 to 3 quarts water with salt and various peppers (to taste) and also the lemon, chopped very fine. Cook for an hour or so stirring frequently. Yield: 1 servings

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ALLIGATOR GRAND CHENIER

4 1/4 1/2 1/4 1/4 1 1/2 1/4 1/2 1 2 2 1/4 1 1/2 1 1 1 1 lb teaspoon cup cup cup cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup

alligator filets margarine onions -- diced bell pepper -- diced celery -- diced salt cayenne pepper black pepper garlic powder water chicken bouillon cubes parsley -- chopped scallions -- chopped bread crumbs from day old bread egg dark crabmeat stuffing--

Carefully pound alligator filets into hand-size rectangles, without tearing meat. Lightly season with salt and cayenne pepper. Set aside. In a large skillet, melt margarine and Saute onion, bell pepper and celery until tender. Add salt, pepper and garlic to mixture and stir. Dissolve bouillon cubes in water, add to mixture and boil for 3 minutes. Remove from heat. Stir in remaining ingredients, carefully folding in the crabmeat last. Spoon stuffing onto alligator filets and fold over "omelet-style." Secure edges with toothpicks if desired. Grill in a pre- heated 350 lightly greased skillet. Serve plain or with your favorite seafood sauce. Festival: Carencro Mardi Gras Festival February 25-28, 1995. Recipe By From: Bill : Cajun Country Recipes Date: 06 May 97 Mastercook

Recipes (Mailing List) Ä Yield: 1 servings

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ALLIGATOR SAUCE PICANTE

4 4 3 2 4 3 1 4 1 1 1 4 1 1/2 4 1 1 1/4 1 1

lb tablespoon medium can

alligator meat flour mediun bell peppers -- chopped cloves garlic -- minced rotel tomatoes 8 oz can ribs celery -- chopped

quart

chicken stock salt, red pepper, black pepper -- to taste

tablespoon bunch

oil green onions -- chopped bay leaves stick butter

slice cup

lemon -- (thin) parsley onions -- chopped tomato paste

With oil and flour, make a roux. Add onions, celery, and bell pepper and simmer for about 3 minutes. Add tomato paste and rotel tomatoes and simmer an additional 30 minutes. Add garlic, meat, and chicken stock. Simmer 25 minutes. Add green onions, bay leaf, salt, red and black pepper and cook 20 minutes. Add parsley, butter and lemon slice and simmer 20 minutes more. (98 minutes total) Serve over rice. Note: To prepare alligator meat for the above recipe, get meat from other than tail. Place in boiling water for 5 minutes. Remove meat from water and flush thoroughly with fresh water. Place meat in a cast iron pot and saute in a little oil until lightly brown. Remove from pot, discard oil and use in above recipe. These procedures are said to remove the 'fishy' taste from the alligator meat. Posted on Kitmailbox by CHICAGOAAA@aol.com Recipe By : From Cookbook USA From: Simps Recipes (Mailing List) Ä Yield: 1 servings Date: 06 May 97 Mastercook

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ALLIGATOR SAUCE PIQUANT-1

5 1 3 5 2 1 1/2 2 8 2 2 : : :

lb cup cup cup cup cup cup cup cup tablespoon tablespoon

alligator meat -- trim/cube olive oil flour -- all-purpose onion -- chopped green onion -- chopped bell pepper -- chopped celery -- chopped tomatoes -- fresh/chopped water -- cold garlic -- finely chopped worcestershire sauce juice of 1 lemon salt to taste tabasco sauce to taste

2 c White wine -- dry 6 c Tomato sauce Make a dark roux with olive oil and flour. When roux is dark brown, add onion, green onion, bell pepper, and celery; cover and cook until onions are clear, stirring occasionally. Add tomatoes and continue cooning for 10 min; stir often. Add water and stir to make a thick liquid. Add garlic, Worcestershire, lemon juice, salt, hot sauce, wine, and tomato sauce, making sure to mix well. Add alligator, and enough water to cover the ingredients by 2 inches; stir to mix. Bring to a boil, stirring frequently. After it comes to a boil, turn heat to low and cover, checking from time to time, and stir to prevent sauce from sticking. Continue cooking for 3 to 4 hrs. until meat is tender. Serve over cooked rice or spaghetti with Parmesan cheese. Freeze leftovers in serving size containers. This recipe is for a party--no one would go to this much trouble if the recipe only fed 4 peoples. Recipe: Justin Wilson's "Homegrown Louisiana Cookbook" ISBN 0-02-630125-3 Recipe By :

From: Bill Spalding <billspa@icanect.Ne Yield: 20 servings

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ALSATIAN VENISON

1 1/2 1 2 1 1 15 10 5 1 1 lb liter

bottle of good dry red wine beef stock diced smoked bacon diced venison bay leaf cheese-cloth containing: juniper berries peppercorns cloves (each to good noodles or thick pasta

Pour a bottle of good dry red wine in a saucepan and bring to a boil, flame it, add 1/2 litre of beef stock. Wilt some diced smoked bacon, saute 2" diced venison in it until no pink remains outside, add the wine, one bay leaf, a piece of cheese-cloth containing juniper berries, peppercorns, cloves (each to taste, mine being resp. 15, 10 and 5 for 2+ lb of venison) and let simmer, loosely covered, around 3 hours or until meat is tender and wine reduced to around 2/3 of original quantity. Discard cheesecloth and bay leaf. Serve over good noodles or thick pasta like penne rigate. Yum! :-) [Salt is not needed, due to the great amount of spice, but if you're a salt addict and need some however, then add it only a few minutes before end of cooking] From: Denis Clement Yield: 4 servings Date: 07 Nov 97

AMELIA JESTY EEL CHOWDER
By: Native Council of Nova Scotia 3 1 4 med eels onion potatoes

Method: cut skinned eels into 1 inch pieces Dice potatoes and onions. Boil eels for 10 min. Add potatoes and onions. Boil until cooked.

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AMERICAN INDIAN NAVAJO LAMB/BEAN/BEER/VEGGIE STEW-COORS
By: From Coors via Nanette Blanchard 1 16 1 16 1 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1/8 3 18 2 -oz -oz lb bottle c c clove tsp tsp medium -oz tbs can navy beans, drained can garbanzo beans, drained boneless lamb, cut into 3/4-inch cu; bes beer chicken broth chopped onion garlic, minced salt pepper potatoes or turnips, peeled and cub; es (3 c) can whole kernel corn, drained snipped parsley

In a Dutch oven, combine drained beans, lamb, beer, broth, onion, garlic, salt and pepper. Bring to a boil, cover and simmer 45 minutes until lamp is nearly tender. Add potatoes or turnips and drained corn and simmer 15 minutes more until vegetables and meat are done. Stir in parsley and season to taste Yield: 8 servings.

AMERICAN INDIAN SLOW-COOK STEW

1/2 1/2 2 2 5 1/4 1 1/2 1/4 2 1 1/2 1 2

cup cup cup cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup quart cup

lentils, rinsed navy beans, rinsed onions, chopped celery, sliced carrots, scrubbed,sliced brown sugar barley thyme garlic powder bay leaves black pepper red wine v-8=ae vegetable juice water

Combine all ingredients in slow cooker. Cook for 4 to 6 hours on high hea= t or for 8 to 10 hours on low heat. Remove bay leaves before serving. : Posted In: FABFOOD mailing list by Oktiger007@aol.Com on 27 Oct 98 Yield: 1 servings

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ANASAZI & PINTO BEANS WITH HOMINY & GREEN CHILES

1

x

no ingredients

1 1/2 c Dried anasazi beans 1 1/2 c Dried pinto beans 10 c Water 1 ts Salt 3 c Dried indian hominy 3 Green anaheim chiles, for -garnish Soak the beans overnight in water to cover. In the morning rinse the beans with cold water and place in a large pot with fresh water to cover. Stir in the salt, cover and simmer slowly 2 to 2 1/2 hours, until the beans are tender. Add water when necessary and stir occasionally to prevent the beans from burning. Add hominy and simmer, covered, 1 hour, stirring occasionally. The hominy and beans should be very soft and moist, but not too watery. While the beans and hominy are cooking, roast, peel, seed and dice the chiles. Sprinkle on top of the cooked beans for garnish. ***** Most southwestern Indians grow beans. The Hopis grow a variety of beans in terraces along their high mesas, where the crop is irrigated by natural springs. After the harvest the beans are dried and stored. Some beans are used for ceremonial purposes - from weddings to Kachina dances - while others are used for their day-to-day meals. For suburban and city dwellers, I've found that pinto beans, white beans, or red beans work well, but I suggest you also experiment with some of the other varieties of beans - like anasazi beans - that are now available commercially. Or you may want to be adventuresome and grow your own variety. To round out this meal, the beans can be served with Lamb Stuffed Green Chiles, Pan Fried Trout, or Venison Yield: 6 servings

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ANASAZI & PINTO BEANS WITH HOMINY & GREEN CHILES

1 1/2 1 1/2 10 1 3 3

c c c ts c green

dried anasazi beans dried pinto beans water salt dried indian hominy anaheim chiles, for-garnish

Soak the beans overnight in water to cover. In the morning rinse the beans with cold water and place in a large pot with fresh water to cover. Stir in the salt, cover and simmer slowly 2 to 2 1/2 hours, until the beans are tender. Add water when necessary and stir occasionally to prevent the beans from burning. Add hominy and simmer, covered, 1 hour, stirring occasionally. The hominy and beans should be very soft and moist, but not too watery. While the beans and hominy are cooking, roast, peel, seed and dice the chiles. Sprinkle on top of the cooked beans for garnish. ***** Most southwestern Indians grow beans. The Hopis grow a variety of beans in terraces along their high mesas, where the crop is irrigated by natural springs. After the harvest the beans are dried and stored. Some beans are used for ceremonial purposes - from weddings to Kachina dances - while others are used for their day-to-day meals. For suburban and city dwellers, I've found that pinto beans, white beans, or red beans work well, but I suggest you also experiment with some of the other varieties of beans - like anasazi beans - that are now available commercially. Or you may want to be adventuresome and grow your own variety. To round out this meal, the beans can be served with Lamb Stuffed Green Chiles, Pan Fried Trout, or Venison ----Yield: 6 servings

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ANASAZI AND PINTO BEANS WITH HOMINY AND GREEN CHILES

1 1/2 1 1/2 10 1 3 3

cup cup cup teaspoon cup

dried anasazi beans dried pinto beans water salt dried indian hominy green anaheim chiles, for garnish

Soak the beans overnight in water to cover. In the morning rinse the beans with cold water and place in a large pot with fresh water to cover. Stir in the salt, cover and simmer slowly 2 to 2 1/2 hours, until the beans are tender. Add water when necessary and stir occasionally to prevent the beans from burning. Add hominy and simmer, covered, 1 hour, stirring occasionally. The hominy and beans should be very soft and moist, but not too watery. While the beans and hominy are cooking, roast, peel, seed and dice the chiles. Sprinkle on top of the cooked beans for garnish. ***** Most southwestern Indians grow beans. The Hopis grow a variety of beans in terraces along their high mesas, where the crop is irrigated by natural springs. After the harvest the beans are dried and stored. Some beans are used for ceremonial purposes - from weddings to Kachina dances - while others are used for their day-to-day meals. For suburban and city dwellers, I've found that pinto beans, white beans, or red beans work well, but I suggest you also experiment with some of the other varieties of beans - like anasazi beans - that are now available commercially. Or you may want to be adventuresome and grow your own variety. To round out this meal, the beans can be served with Lamb Stuffed Green Chiles, Pan Fried Trout, or Venison From: Mike Middleton Yield: 6 servings Date: 12-21-94

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ANASAZI BEAN AND HOMINY SOUP

1 8 4 1

cup cups cups anaheim

dried anasazi beans** water cooked hominy (a 30-ounce can, drai; ned) or poblano chili pepper*** salt and pepper to taste

Put the beans and water in a large saucepan, bring to a boil, then reduce heat, cover, and simmer for an hour. Add the hominy and chili strips, return to a boil, then reduce heat, cover loosely, and simmer for another hour, until the beans and hominy are tender. When ready to serve, season to taste with salt and pepper and ladle into bowls. ** (cultivated by Anasazi cliff-dwelling natives in the Southwest over 1500 years ago; the beans are adorable--like tiny maroon and white pinto ponies)--or 1 cup pinto or other dried beans, soaked overnight in water. *** roasted under high heat, skinned, seeded, and cut into thin 1-inch-long strips Yield: meal for 4

ANASAZI BEANS

Ingredients: 2 Cups Dry Beans And Water For Cooking 1 Large Onion Ham (We Cook The Bone After Having Baked Ham, But You Can Use A Ham Hock Or Two) LOTS Of Garlic (To Taste In Other Words)Salt And Pepper Preparation: 1. Cook bend till nearly done keeping them covered with water the whole time. 2. Add ham and the coarsely chopped onion and all the garlic your significant other can stand to smell on you. 3. Continue to cook till the beans are done. 4. The bone cooked till the meat falls off is the best, cause you get all that broth too. Note: we can never know how the Anasazi prepared this. but this is the best beans I have ever tasted in my life! not much gas either, which is a plus! Yield: 10 servings

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ANASAZI BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP WITH CHORIZO AND PEPITAS

3/4 1 1 1 2 3 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 2/3

cup lb large cup

dried kidney beans beef chorizo sausages, casings removed onion, chopped garlic cloves, minced water 14 1/2-ounce cans beef broth

cup

1/2-inch pieces peeled seeded butternut squash red bell pepper, finely chopped green bell pepper, finely chopped

cup

frozen corn kernels cup shelled pepitas, toasted

Place kidney beans in medium bowl. Pour enough water over to cover beans by 3 inches. Let stand overnight. Drain. Saut‚ chorizo in heavy large pot over medium heat until cooked through and fat is rendered, about 10 minutes. Transfer chorizo to paper towels; drain, leaving 2 tablespoons drippings in pot. Add onion and garlic; saut‚ until tender, about 6 minutes. Add 3 cups water, broth and beans; bring to boil. Reduce heat; cover. Simmer until beans are tender, 1 hour. Add squash to soup. Cover; simmer until tender, about 15 minutes. Stir in bell peppers, corn and chorizo; simmer uncovered about 10 minutes longer. Meanwhile, set aside 2 tablespoons pepitas for garnish. Blend remaining pepitas in blender until finely ground. Stir ground pepitas into soup. Season with salt and pepper. Sprinkle with reserved pepitas and serve. Makes 6 servings. Bon App‚tit October 1999 Flavors of the World From: "Mignonne" <toadflax@myepicus.Netdate: Sun, 20 Oct 2002 01:15:07 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

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ANDREW GEORGE'S FISH STOCK

4 1 5 2 1/2 1/2 1 12 1 1

lb quart medium cup bunch

whitefish, halibut, sole turbot etc. bones cold water onions; thinly sliced mushrooms; chopped parsley stalks bay leaf peppercorns; crushed

teaspoon

fennel seeds juice of 1 lemon

Method #1: Wash fish bones and place in a large heavy soup pot. Add water and bring to a boil. Skim foam off surface of the stock. Add other ingredients and simmer uncovered for 30-45 minutes, skimming occasionally. Strain through a fine sieve. Will keep for a week in the ridge. Or boil down until starting to thicken, about 3-4 hours. Pour into a large baking dish and chill til set. Cut into gel cubes, wrap in plastic and freeze. Whenever you need stock, take a cube from the freezer and dilute with water. (You can freeze any stock this way.) Method #2; In a large, heavy soup pot saute seasonings in 1 tb butter until onions are transparent. Add lemon juice, fish bones and mushrooms. Add water and simmer 45 minutes, skimming foam occasionally. Strain, cool and sore. Source: Feast! Canadian Native Cuisine For All Seasons By: Andrew George Jr. From: Jim Weller Yield: 5 servings

ANDREW GEORGE'S STEAMED CLAMS WITH EULACHON BUTTER

50 1 1/3 2 teaspoon cup

butter clams fish stock chopped dried seaweed eulachon butter

Preferably use pacific Northwest clams. Rinse clams. Set a large saucepan over medium heat 5 minutes. Add clams, fish stock, seaweed and eulachon butter. Cover and shake pan vigorously. Steam clams 8-10 minutes until they open. Discard any that do not open. Pour clams with their juices onto serving bowls. Serve with bannock or sourdough bread. Source: Feast! Canadian Native Cuisine For All Seasons By: Andrew George Jr. From: Jim Weller Yield: 2 servings

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ANISSABO (PEA SOUP -- CREE STYLE)

2 20 1 2 1 1 1 16

cup oz cup pinch

dried peas, soaked hominy celery leaves -=or=thyme salt pepper savory

cup

water

When the soaking peas are soft, put them in a large pot with the rest of the ingredients. Simmer until the peas are tender but still firm. Add the hominy &amp; cook till thickened. Serve hot. Bernard Assiniwi, "Indian Recipes" Yield: 1 recipe

ANISSABO (PEA SOUP -- CREE STYLE)

2 20 1 2 1 1 1 16

cup oz cup pinch

dried peas, soaked hominy celery leaves -=or=thyme salt pepper savoury

cup

water

When the soaking peas are soft, put them in a large pot with the rest of the ingredients. Simmer until the peas are tender but stil firm. Add the hominy & cook till thickened. Serve hot. Bernard Assiniwi, "Indian Recipes" From: Mark Satterly Date: 09-02-95 Gourmet Yield: 1 recipe

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ANOTHER PUMPKIN SOUP

2 1 2 1 1/4 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1 1 1

medium large cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup

pumpkins (for recipe) pumpkin (for tureen) chicken broth water maple syrup cinnamon nutmeg salt ginger half and half toasted pumpkin seeds, optional

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Cut the 2 medium pumpkins in half, scoop out the seeds, and place skin-side down on a baking sheet. Bake for 35 to 45 minutes, or until soft. Scoop out the pumpkin flesh into food processor and puree until smooth. Pour pureed pumpkin into a saucepan and add the chicken broth, water, maple syrup and spices. Bring to a boil, then reduce to a simmer and cook for 30 minutes. Meanwhile, cut the top off the large pumpkin to create the soup tureen. The hole should be wide enough to fit a ladle. Hollow out the seeds, checking for holes and lining with plastic, if necessary. Remove the soup from heat and stir in the half and half. Pour the soup into the pumpkin tureen and serve garnished with toasted pumpkin seeds. from: FamilyFun Magazine From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.Cdate: Mon, 6 Oct 2003 19:47:07 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

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ANTELOPE GINGER STRAPS

2 12 1/4 1 2/3 1/3 1

lb cup can cup cup

antelope shoulder straps, cut 1/2; wide, 3 long gingersnaps olive oil onion soup, condensed water cider vinegar salt and pepper to taste

This is a simple recipe, the gingersnaps gives it a gourmet taste and smell. Finely crush the ginger snaps and place them in a bag. Add antelope to the bag and shake to coat evenly. Heat the olive oil in a skillet and brown antelope on both sides. Add onion soup, water, and vinegar. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, cover, and simmer for 30 minutes. Add the rest of the crushed gingersnaps from the bag and simmer a couple more minutes. Source: http://www.SailorRandR.com/recipes/ From: "Stewburner" <stewburner@sailorradate: Sun, 29 Dec 2002 22:08:25 ~0500 Yield: 4 servings

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APACHE ACORN RAVIOLI IN CLEAR BROTH

----APACHE ACORN RAVIOLI---2 1 1 3 1 2 1 6 1 1/2 teaspoon teaspoon quart cup tablespoon tablespoon oz green anaheim chiles unsalted butter shelled and finely chopped acorns o; r unsalted pistachio nuts to 4 oz soft white goat cheese recipe basic egg ravioli dough kosher salt water ----CLEAR BROTH---chicken stock scallion, green part only, diagonal; ly sliced azafran

Roast the chiles then peel, seed, devein and coarsely chop them, Melt the butter in a saucepan over medium-low heat and add the acorns. Saute 3 minutes, stirring constantly. Add the green chiles and saute another minute. Remove from the heat, mix together with the goat cheese and set aside. Prepare a stencil by cutting a design out of a piece of cardboard. For the ravioli in the photograph, we cut a stencil 5 inches in length, 3 inches in height, with 1-inch steps. Roll out the ravioli dough as thinly as possible. Fold the dough in half, place the stencil over the dough and, with a sharp knife, cut around it. Repeat this process 11 times to make 24 identical pieces of dough. Lay 12 cut out pieces of dough on a board and place about 1 tablespoon of the acorn filling in the center of each. Moisten the outer edges of each piece of the dough. Place the other 12 pieces on top, and press the edges together with your fingers. If the edges are slightly uneven, trim them. Set aside. Add the salt to the water in a wide, large saucepan, and bring to a boil over high heat. Add the ravioli and cook 3 minutes, until tender and translucent around the edges. Drain and set aside. Bring the stock to a boil in a large saucepan over medium-high heat. Add the scallions and azafran and simmer, uncovered, over medium-low heat 5 minutes. Remove from the heat and pour 1 cup of the broth into each bowl. Add some ravioli and serve. **************************** From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank Yield: 6 servings

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APACHE ACORN SOUP
By: TRADITIONAL RECIPIES, PERSONAL BOOK 2-1/2 -3 lbslbs. round steak sweet acorns (enough to make 3/4 cups of acorn f; lour) salt PLEASE USE A PLASTIC BOWL/ OR WOODEN ONLY... CUT THE ROUND STEAK INTO SMALL BITE SIZE PIECES & COOK IN ABOUT ONE QUART WATER.LET IT SIMMER FOR ABOUT 3 HRS. OR UNTIL MEAT IS WELL DONE.SALT TO TASTE,SHELL THE SWEET ACORNS & GRIND THEM INTO VERY FINE FLOUR UNTIL YOU HAVE ABOUT 3/4 CUP FLOUR. STRAIN THE BROTH FROM THE MEAT IT WILL BE USED LATER. SHRED THE MEAT & PLACING IT IN A WOODEN OR PLASTIC BOWL MIX IT WITH THE ACORN FLOUR {{aluminum discolors the flour.}}POUR THE HOT BROTH OVER THIS MIXTURE & STIR.IT IS NOW READY TO SERVE IN INDIVIDUAL BOWLS. **I USUALLY MAKE FRY BREAD TO GO WITH THIS CAN ALSO MAKE ACORN MUFFINS OR A BREAD TO GO WITH THIS...VERY TASTEY...

APACHE ACORN SOUP

3 1 1 2 1

lb teaspoon cup quart teaspoon

stew beef pepper ground acorn meal water salt

Cover beef with water and bring to boil in a heavy pot. Simmer until done; add salt and pepper as meat cooks tender. Remove beef and chop on a flat stone until split in shreds. The meat broth continues to cook vigorously while meat and acorn flour (meal) are mixed together. Apaches stress that their food is always well done; no instant cooking. Broth, meat and meal simmer together until the broth bubbles creamy white with yellow flecks, pleasantly acorn scented and flavored. Formatted for Meal Master by Lori Fuller Yield: 1

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APACHE ACORN SOUP

3 2 1 1 1

lb qt ts ts c

stew beef water pepper salt ground acorn meal

Cover beef with water and bring to boil in a heavy pot. Simmer until done; add salt and pepper as meat cooks tender. Remove beef and chop on a flat stone until split in shreds. The meat broth continues to cook vigorously while meat and acorn flour (meal) are mixed together. Apaches stress that their food is always well done; no instant cooking. Broth, meat and meal simmer together until the broth bubbles creamy white with yellow flecks, pleasantly acorn scented and flavored.

APACHE ACORN SOUP

3 2 1 1 1

lb qt ts ts c

stew beef water pepper salt ground acorn meal

Cover beef with water and bring to boil in a heavy pot. Simmer until done; add salt and pepper as meat cooks tender. Remove beef and chop on a flat stone until split in shreds. The meat broth continues to cook vigorously while meat and acorn flour (meal) are mixed together. Apaches stress that their food is always well done; no instant cooking. Broth, meat and meal simmer together until the broth bubbles creamy white with yellow flecks, pleasantly acorn scented and flavored.

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APACHE ACORN-PINON SOUP WITH WILD FLOWERS
By: Foods of the Southwest Indian Nations 1 1 4 6 9 1/4 1/2 1-1/2 t. c. t. t. c. tsp.. tsp.. qt. unsalted butter pinons (pine nuts) acorns, or unsalted pistachios; shelled chopped wild onions or leeks chicken or rabbit stock salt black pepper half and half snipped wild onions, mint sprigs; and wild edible flowers Traditionally, this recipe is prepared with the small, brown acorns of the Emery oaks that are indigenous to the Chiricahua Mountains in the southeastern part of Arizona. The Apache tribes originally lived in this region before they were relocated northeast to San Carlos. Melt the butter in a large saucepan over medium heat and sauté the pinons, acorns, and onions 4 minutes, until the onions are translucent and the nuts golden brown. Add the stock, salt, and pepper. Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat to medium and cook until the mixture is reduced by half, about 20 minutes. Add the cream and reduce the mixture again by half, to 6 cups. Remove from the heat and blend in a blender until the mixture is smooth. Push through a fine sieve; discard the contents of the sieve. Garnish and serve. Yield: serves 6

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APACHE ACORN-PINON SOUP WITH WILD FLOWERS
By: Foods of the Southwest Indian Nations 1 1 4 6 9 1/4 1/2 1-1/2 t c. t. t. c. tsp.. tsp.. qt. unsalted butter pinons (pine nuts) acorns, or unsalted pistachios; shelled chopped wild onions or leeks chicken or rabbit stock salt black pepper half and half snipped wild onions, mint sprigs; and wild edible flowers aditionally, this recipe is prepared with the small, brown acorns of the Emery oaks that are indigenous to the Chiricahua Mountains in the southeastern part of Arizona. The Apache tribes originally lived in this region before they were relocated northeast to San Carlos. Melt the butter in a large saucepan over medium heat and sauté the pinons, acorns, and onions 4 minutes, until the onions are translucent and the nuts golden brown. Add the stock, salt, and pepper. Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat to medium and cook until the mixture is reduced by half, about 20 minutes. Add the cream and reduce the mixture again by half, to 6 cups. Remove from the heat and blend in a blender until the mixture is smooth. Push through a fine sieve; discard the contents of the sieve. Garnish and serve. Yield: rves 6 p

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APACHE LAMB SOUP
By: Peppers, Peppers, Peppers by Marlena Spieler 5 1 5 1 1 1 1 1/2 4 6 1/4 1 1/2 14 4 1 ts oz oz c cl ts ea ea lg ts oz lean lamb or beef; shredded onion; chopped garlic; sliced thin oil red and green bell pepper mild red and green chile carrot; sliced thin cumin ripe tomatoes; diced beef, lamb or vegetable broth mint cooked and drained hominy greens; torn salt and pepper

Lightly brown the lamb, onion, and half the garlic in the oil; add extra oil if needed. but avoid using too much (traditionally, Apaches did not fry, so their dishes are never greasy). Add the peppers, chiles, carrot, cumin, and tomatoes and cook for a few minutes, then add the broth, mint. and hominy, and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat and cook at a low simmer for about 30 minutes or until the meat and vegetables are tender. Just before serving season to taste then add the greens at the last moment, allowing them to wilt briefly in the heat of the pot. Serve each bowlful with lemon wedges if wished NOTES : This filling soup, which can also be served as a stew, is a favorite Apache recipe. It combines the native American traditions of hunting and gathering, being traditionally made with venison or other game, hominy, and whatever wild greens could be found in the fields. scanned by KCODY63@worldnet.att.net http://recipes.chef2chef.net/recipe-archive Yield: 4 servings

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APACHE LAMB SOUP
By: Peppers, Peppers, Peppers by Marlena Spieler 5 1 5 1 1 1 1 1/2 4 6 1/4 1/2 14 4 cl ts red mild lg ts ripe c ts oz oz oz lean lamb or beef; shredded onion; chopped garlic; sliced thin oil and green bell pepper red and green chile carrot; sliced thin cumin tomatoes; diced beef, lamb or vegetable broth mint cooked and drained hominy greens; torn salt and pepper Lightly brown the lamb, onion, and half the garlic in the oil; add extra oil if needed. but avoid using too much (traditionally, Apaches did not fry, so their dishes are never greasy). Add the peppers, chiles, carrot, cumin, and tomatoes and cook for a few minutes, then add the broth, mint. and hominy, and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat and cook at a low simmer for about 30 minutes or until the meat and vegetables are tender. Just before serving season to taste then add the greens at the last moment, allowing them to wilt briefly in the heat of the pot. Serve each bowlful with lemon wedges if wished NOTES : This filling soup, which can also be served as a stew, is a favorite Apache recipe. It combines the native American traditions of hunting and gathering, being traditionally made with venison or other game, hominy, and whatever wild greens could be found in the fields. Yield: 4 servings

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APACHE LAMB SOUP
By: Peppers, Peppers, Peppers by Marlena Spieler 5 1 5 1 1 1 1 1/2 4 6 1/4 1 1/2 14 4 1 teaspoon oz oz cup large teaspoon centiliter teaspoon oz lean lamb or beef; shredded onion; chopped garlic; sliced thin oil red and green bell pepper mild red and green chile carrot; sliced thin cumin ripe tomatoes; diced beef, lamb or vegetable broth mint cooked and drained hominy greens; torn salt and pepper

Lightly brown the lamb, onion, and half the garlic in the oil; add extra oil if needed. but avoid using too much (traditionally, Apaches did not fry, so their dishes are never greasy). Add the peppers, chiles, carrot, cumin, and tomatoes and cook for a few minutes, then add the broth, mint. and hominy, and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat and cook at a low simmer for about 30 minutes or until the meat and vegetables are tender. Just before serving season to taste then add the greens at the last moment, allowing them to wilt briefly in the heat of the pot. Serve each bowlful with lemon wedges if wished NOTES : This filling soup, which can also be served as a stew, is a favorite Apache recipe. It combines the native American traditions of hunting and gathering, being traditionally made with venison or other game, hominy, and whatever wild greens could be found in the fields. scanned by KCODY63@worldnet.att.net http://recipes.chef2chef.net/recipe-archive Yield: 4 servings

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APACHE STEW

2 5 1/4 1 1 3 2 3 8 1 1/2 1 1 cup cup teaspoon teaspoon cup cup lb

red bell peppers green anaheim chiles sunflower oil venison, cut into 1 1/2 inch cubes onion, diced garlic cloves, finely chopped carrots, sliced cooked indian hominy water salt white pepper tumbleweed greens, thoroughly clean; ed, or curly endive

Roast the peppers, then peel, seed, and cut into long strips. Roast the chiles, then peel, seed, devein and dice. Heat the oil in a large stew pot over medium-high heat. When the oil is almost smoking, add the venison and cook until the meat is lightly browned, 3 to 5 minutes. Add the onion and garlic and saute 2 minutes more. Stir in the carrots, peppers, and chiles and cook 1 minute more. Add the hominy, water, salt, and pepper and bring the mixture ot a boil. Reduce the heat to low and let the stew simmer 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally to prevent burning, until the meat is very tender. Just before serving, add the tumbleweed greens, stir 1 minute and spoon into bowls. The Apache people lived in many regions throughout southeastern Arizona and New Mexico. The men hunted the animals that roamed the mountains, and the women gathered and harvested both wild foods and the foods that they cultivated on the land. This recipe is based on a traditional stew that was taught to me by a San Carlos medicine man during one of my visits to his ranch. When I prepare the stew now, I can vividly remember the tapping of his traditional water drum and the songs he chanted in his native Apache tongue. Through his songs, he asked for all people to walk in harmony with Mother Earth and be guided by the spirit of the mountains and the spirit of his drum. I still remember the sincerity and yearning of his songs. Depending on what type of produce was available, the ingredients added to the venison varied each time the stew was prepared. This recipe includes the basics of the stew, but you can substitute other vegetables. From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank From: Steve Zielinski <stevez@ripco.Com Yield: 8 servings

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APPLE-NUT STUFFING - MODERN

1/2 3 1 3 1 1/2 1 1/2 1/2 2 1/2 1/4 1/4

c. lg. lg. med. loaves can (13 1/4 to 14 c. c. T. tsp. tsp. tsp.

margarine or butter (1 stick) celery stalks, diced onion, chopped apples(about 1 pound), peeled, core; d, and diced sliced firm white bread, cut into 3; /4'cubes and lightly toas chicken broth pecans, toasted and chopped walnuts, toasted and chopped sesame seeds, toasted poultry seasoning dried oregano leaves coarsely ground black pepper

In 12' skillet, melt margarine or butter over medium heat. Add celery and onion and cook 10 minutes or until tender, stirring occasionally. Add apples and cook 5 minutes longer. In large bowl, combine celery mixture with toasted bread cubes and remaining ingredients; toss to mix well. Spoon stuffing into greased 13' by 9' glass baking dish; cover with foil and bake in preheated 325 degrees F. oven 45 minutes or until heated through. Yield: about 12 cups

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ARIZONA TURKEY WITH CHIPOTLE SAUCE

1 1 1/2 1 1 3/4 1/2 1/4 1/2 1 3 3/4 3 1 1/4

(12-pound) teaspoons teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup to cups tablespoons tablespoon cup

fresh or frozen turkey, thawed ground cumin chili powder dried rubbed sage garlic powder ground red pepper ground turmeric cooking spray boiling water 2 chipotle chiles fat-free, less-sodium chicken broth; , divided tomato paste worcestershire sauce all-purpose flour chile peppers (optional) assorted herb sprigs (optional)

Chipotle chiles are dried, smoked jalapeños. If chipotles are unavailable, substitute dried ancho or pasilla chiles. Preheat oven to 350°. Remove and discard giblets and neck from turkey. Rinse turkey with cold water; pat dry. Trim excess fat. Starting at neck cavity, loosen skin from breast and drumsticks by inserting fingers, gently pushing between skin and meat. Combine cumin and next 5 ingredients (cumin through turmeric) in a bowl. Rub cumin mixture under loosened skin and inside body cavity. Tie ends of legs with cord. Lift wing tips up and over back; tuck under turkey. Place turkey on a broiler pan coated with cooking spray or on a rack set in a shallow roasting pan. Insert meat thermometer into meaty part of thigh, making sure not to touch bone. Bake at 350° for 3 hours or until thermometer registers 180°. (Cover turkey loosely with foil if it gets too brown.) Combine boiling water and chipotle chiles in a small bowl; cover and let stand 30 minutes or until soft. Drain, discarding stems, seeds, and membranes. Combine chiles and 1/2 cup broth in a blender, and process until smooth. Set aside. Remove turkey from oven. Cover turkey loosely with foil; let stand at least 10 minutes before carving. Place a zip-top plastic bag inside a 2-cup glass measure. Pour drippings into bag; let stand 10 minutes (fat will rise to the top). Seal bag, and carefully snip off 1 bottom corner of bag. Drain drippings into a medium saucepan, stopping before fat layer reaches opening; discard fat. Add 3 cups broth to drippings. Bring to a boil; cook until reduced to 3 cups (about 6 minutes). Stir in chile mixture, tomato paste, and Worcestershire sauce. Combine 1/4 cup broth and flour in a small bowl, stirring with a

Page 92 whisk, and add to chile mixture in saucepan. Bring to a boil; reduce heat, and simmer for 10 minutes. Strain mixture through a sieve over a bowl, and discard solids. Serve sauce with turkey. Garnish with fresh chiles and herbs, if desired. serving size: 6 ounces turkey and 1/4 cup sauce) Yield: 12 servings

ASSINIBOIN BEAR STEW
By: Herb Walker 5 5 3 25 4 1 2 4 3 lb md c md c handful thumbnails wild wild bear meat dandelion roots, sliced maple or birch sap arrowhead tubers, sliced water fresh mint leaves coltsfoot salt onions leeks, cut up

Trim all fat from the meat and wash well in cold water. Cut the meat into 2-inch cubes. Skewer the mat on a sapling and sear on all sides over an open fire. Pour the sap and water into the plastic liner and add remaining ingredients. Put the sapling basket in the kettle and drop the red hot stones into the basket. As the stones cool, change them to keep the stew simmering for about 45 minutes. Remove the basket and stones and serve the stew as hot as possible.

ASSINIBOIN BEAR STEW
By: Indian Cookin 5 5 3 25 4 1 2 4 3 lb md c md c handful thumbnails wild wild bear meat dandelion roots, sliced maple or birch sap arrowhead tubers, sliced water fresh mint leaves coltsfoot salt onions leeks, cut up

Trim all fat from the meat and wash well in cold water. Cut the meat into 2-inch cubes. Skewer the mat on a sapling and sear on all sides over an open fire. Pour the sap and water into the plastic liner and add remaining ingredients. Put the sapling basket in the kettle and drop the red hot stones into the basket. As the stones cool, change them to keep the stew simmering for about 45 minutes. Remove the basket and stones and serve the stew as hot as possible. Yield: 1 recipe

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ASSINIBOIN BEAR STEW

5 5 3 25 4 1 2 4 3

lb medium cup medium cup

bear meat dandelion roots, sliced maple or birch sap arrowhead tubers, sliced water handful fresh mint leaves thumbnails coltsfoot salt wild onions wild leeks, cut up

Trim all fat from the meat and wash well in cold water. Cut the meat into 2-inch cubes. Skewer the mat on a sapling and sear on all sides over an open fire. Pour the sap and water into the plastic liner and add remaining ingredients. Put the sapling basket in the kettle and drop the red hot stones into the basket. As the stones cool, change them to keep the stew simmering for about 45 minutes. Remove the basket and stones and serve the stew as hot as possible. Source: "Indian Cookin'", compiled by Herb Walker, 1977 Yield: 1 recipe

AUNT IMO'S INDIAN TRIPE SOUP

1 4 4 5 2 2 3 1

calf's quarts pounds large large garlic cans teasp.

foot 1 pound of water of honeycomb tripe habenero peppers peppers if you lik; e. vidalia onions, chopped cloves peeled or you can use garlic; powder to equal hominy a small handful of whole peppercorn; s, about 6 cilantro salt to taste

We share this receipe w/our Hispanic friends, called Menudo. However, we called it simply, Aunt Imo's Indian tripe Soup. Chop calf's foot and tripe into small pieces. Boil in water w/onion, whole peppercorns, slat and dried cilantro. Cover, bring to a boil, cook 4 hours. Simmer, uncovered 3 hours, or untill meat is tender. This is not a fast food receipe. Toast your peppers. Grind fine. Add to pot. Take Calf's foot pieces and cut off any fat. return to pot. Add hominy, cook another hour to hour and a half. Salt to taste. We also called this an Indian 'Pot du Foi', relating to our french side of our heritage. You can cut cooking time, by about an hour if you marinate meat overnight in wine vinegar w/a little Italian dressing.

Page 94

AUNTIE MELBA'S CHESTNUT SOUP

50 1 3 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 cup lb lb quart

chesnuts veal or beef broth pieces of lean ham or bacon veal beef pigeon onions stuck with cloves blades of mace bundle of sweet herbs water pigeaons or partridge pepper and salt

Note: If you have a partridge, you may use it instead of the pigeons cut into pieces. Take 50 chestnuts and notch them. Put them in a pan in a warm oven for 1/2 hour. Stew them one hour in a quart of veal or beef broth. In the meantime, take three or four pieces of leam ham or bacon and put them at the bottom of the stew pan, with 1 lb. veal, 1 lb. beef, a pigeon cut into pieces, two onions stuck with cloves, two blades of mace, a bundle of sweet herbs and 1 cup of water. Stew gently until is sticks, but doesn't burn. Pour off boiling water and skim it well. Stew two pigeons in the soup until tender, then take the piegons out and strain the soup to the chestnuts. Season it with pepper and salt to your palate and boil it up for five minutes. Put the pigeons into the tureeen, the chestnuts round them and pour the soup, boiling hot, over them. Add two or three pieces of crisp bread the the top; garnish the edge of the dish with some of the chestnuts, split in two. Note: If you have a partridge, you may use it instead of the pigeons cut into pieces. From: Effiegile@my-Dejanews.Com Yield: 4 servings

Page 95

AURORA CHILI

1/2 6 2 8 2 12 2 2 2 1 1/4 1 1 2 2 2 2 1/2 1

cup lb centiliter tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoon cup teaspoon cup cup

veg oil muskox; ground onions; fine dice garlic; minced paprika chili pepper cumin cajun spice mix dried oregano cinnamon black pepper tomato paste honey canned tomatoes red bell peppers; fine dice salt beef broth chopped jalapeno pepper hot sauce; optional

Heat the oil in a large pan and saute the meat intil browned. Drain off the fat. Add the onion and then the garlic and cook until translucent. Add the spices and cook lightly. Add the tomato paste and honey. Add the tomatoes, broth and diced red peppers and jalapenos. Simmer for three hours. Correct seasonings and add hot sauce if desired during the last hour. First prize winner at the First Annual Caribou Carnival Chili Cook-off Yellowknife, NWT, Canada March 22, 1997. Recipe by The Aurora Chili Peppers [Christine Anguttitauruq of Nunavat, Anita Tuharsky Ross, Tuktoyaktuk, Emily Francis, Fort McPherson and Ryan Ireland, Fort Simpson- all Aurora College Culinary Arts students.] From Northern News Services Yield: 18 servings www.nnsl.com Posted by Jim Weller

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AUSTRALIAN HARE IN GUINNESS

3 3 1 1 1 2 1/4 1 2 2 1/2 1 1 1/4 1 1 1 1 1

cup

guinness cloves of garlic, crushed with

teaspoon medium teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon cup cup tablespoon

salt bay leaf onions, finely sliced freshly grated nutmeg hare, cut into 8 pieces plain flour paprika mustard seed oil, approximately brown stock red wine vinegar carrot, finely diced leek, finely diced stalk of celery, finely diced

Combine Guinness, garlic, bay leaf, onion and nutmeg and pour over hare in a shallow glass or ceramic dish. Cover and refrigerate for 24 hours, turning occasionally. Drain the hare, reserving marinade, and pat dry with absorbent paper. Lightly coat hare with the combined flour and paprika. Heat 1 tablespoon of mustard seed oil in a deep, flame proof casserole and cook the hare, in batches, over moderate heat until browned on all sides, adding more oil as necessary. Return all hare to casserole with reserved marinade, stock, vinegar and prepared vegetables. Bring to the boil, cover and transfer to the oven. Bake at 180C for 1 1/4 to 1 3/4 hours, or until hare is tender. Serve with creamy mashed potato, if desired. Source: Australian Gourmet Traveller July '94 From: Dave Drum Date: 01 Feb 98 Yield: 6 servings

Page 97

AZAFRAN SOUP W/SPINACH GREENS & YELLOW CORNMEAL DUMPLINGS

----YELLOW CORNMEAL DUMPLINGS---1 3/4 2 1 1 2 1/2 1 2 6 2 1 1/2 3 2 3 1 cup bunch cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon cup ground yellow cornmeal all purpose flour baking powder salt white pepper sugar unsalted butter; softened chicken stock ----AZAFRAN SOUP---water azafran (see note) salt white pepper chicken stock yellow summer squash; diced corn kernels spinach; washed and stemmed

To make the dumplings, combine the cornmeal, flour, baking powder, salt, pepper, and sugar together in a bowl. Add the butter and milk and mix well to make a batter that is moist but not sticky. If the dough is too moist, knead in a little more flour. Divide the dough into 1" balls, flatten, and shape into small triangles. Pour the chicken stock into a pot and bring to a boil over medium heat. Reduce the heat to a simmer and drop in the dumplings. Cook 3 to 4 minutes, until tender and cooked all the way through. Remove the dumplings from the stock and set aside. For the soup, heat 2 cups of the water and the azafran in a large saucepan over medium-high heat until the liquid has reduced by half, about 7 minutes. Pour through a fine sieve, discard the azafran, and return the liquid to the saucepan. Add salt, pepper, stock, and the remaining 4 cups of the water and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Add squash, reduce the heat and simmer 5 minutes. Add corn kernels and simmer another 5 minutes. Add dumplings and spinach, cook 2 minutes, and serve immediately. **Note** Azafran, also called Native American saffron by the American Indians, is an herb that is actually fine threads from the stigma of the safflower plant. Despite the name, azafran is not the same as saffron, which is an expensive spice derived from the crocus plant in the iris family. (Saffron can be substituted for azafran, though: use 1 pinch of saffron for 2 tablespoons of azafran).

Page 98 Azafran is commonly sold in Latin American markets and specialty herb stores. It can also be ordered by mail. It is best stored in a cool dark place and will last several months in a sealed plastic or glass container. From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank Typed for you by Hilde Mott From: Sam Lefkowitz Uncle Dirty Dave's Archives From: Dave Drum Yield: 6 servings Date: 04-14-04

Page 99

AZAFRAN SOUP WITH SPINACH GREENS & YELLOW COR

----YELLOW CORNMEAL DUMPLINGS---1 3/4 2 1 1 2 1/2 1 2 6 2 1 1/2 3 2 3 1 1 cup bunch cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon cup ground yellow cornmeal all purpose flour baking powder salt white pepper sugar unsalted butter, softened chicken stock ----AZAFRAN SOUP---water azafran (see note) salt white pepper chicken stock yellow summer squash, diced corn kernels spinach, washed and stemmed

To make the dumplings, combine the cornmeal, flour, baking powder, salt, pepper, and sugar together in a bowl. Add the butter and milk and mix well to make a batter that is moist but not sticky. If the dough is too moist, knead in a little more flour. Divide the dough into 1" balls, flatten, and shape into small triangles. Pour the chicken stock into a pot and bring to a boil over medium heat. Reduce the heat to a simmer and drop in the dumplings. Cook 3 to 4 minutes, until tender and cooked all the way through. Remove the dumplings from the stock and set aside. For the soup, heat 2 cups of the water and the azafran in a large saucepan over medium-high heat until the liquid has reduced by half, about 7 minutes. Pour through a fine sieve, discard the azafran, and return the liquid to the saucepan. Add salt, pepper, stock, and the remaining 4 cups of the water and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Add squash, reduce the heat ans simmer 5 minutes. Add cork kernels and simmer another 5 minutes. Add dumplings and spinach, cook 2 minutes, and serve immediately. **Note** Azafran, also called Native American saffron my the American Indians, is an herb that is actually fine threads from the stigma of the safflower plant. Despite the name, azafran is not the same as saffron, which is an expensive spice derived from the crocus plant in the iris family. (Saffron can be substituted for azafran, though: use 1 pinch of saffran for 2 tablespoons of azafran). Azafran is commonly sold in Latin American markets and specialty herb stores. It can also be ordered by mail. It is best stored in a cool dark place and will last several months in a sealed plastic or glass container.

Page 100 From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank Typed for you by Hilde Mott From: Sam Lefkowitz Date: 09-04-95 Home Cooking Yield: 6 servings

AZAFRAN SOUP WITH SPINACH GREENS & YELLOW CORNMEAL DUMPLI

----YELLOW CORNMEAL DUMPLINGS---1 3/4 2 1 1 2 1/2 1 2 6 2 1 1/2 3 2 3 1 1 cup bunch cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon cup ground yellow cornmeal all purpose flour baking powder salt white pepper sugar unsalted butter, softened chicken stock ----AZAFRAN SOUP---water azafran (see note) salt white pepper chicken stock yellow summer squash, diced corn kernels spinach, washed and stemmed

To make the dumplings, combine the cornmeal, flour, baking powder, salt, pepper, and sugar together in a bowl. Add the butter and milk and mix well to make a batter that is moist but not sticky. If the dough is too moist, knead in a little more flour. Divide the dough into 1" balls, flatten, and shape into small triangles. Pour the chicken stock into a pot and bring to a boil over medium heat. Reduce the heat to a simmer and drop in the dumplings. Cook 3 to 4 minutes, until tender and cooked all the way through. Remove the dumplings from the stock and set aside. For the soup, heat 2 cups of the water and the azafran in a large saucepan over medium-high heat until the liquid has reduced by half, about 7 minutes. Pour through a fine sieve, discard the azafran, and return the liquid to the saucepan. Add salt, pepper, stock, and the remaining 4 cups of the water and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Add squash, reduce the heat ans simmer 5 minutes. Add cork kernels and simmer another 5 minutes. Add dumplings and spinach, cook 2 minutes, and serve immediately. **Note** Azafran, also called Native American saffron my the American Indians, is an herb that is actually fine threads from the stigma of the safflower plant. Despite the name, azafran is not the same as saffron, which is an expensive spice derived from the crocus plant in the iris family. (Saffron can be substituted for azafran, though: use 1 pinch of saffran for 2 tablespoons of azafran). Azafran is commonly sold in Latin American markets and specialty herb

Page 101 stores. It can also be ordered by mail. It is best stored in a cool dark place and will last several months in a sealed plastic or glass container. From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank Typed for you by Hilde Mott From: Sam Lefkowitz Date: 09-04-95 Home Cooking Yield: 6 servings

Page 102

AZAFRAN SOUP WITH SPINACH GREENS AND YELLOW CORNMEAL DUMP

----YELLOW CORNMEAL DUMPLINGS---1 3/4 2 1 1 2 1/2 1 2 6 2 1 1/2 3 2 3 1 cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon cup ground yellow cornmeal all purpose flour baking powder salt white pepper sugar unsalted butter, softened chicken stock ----AZAFRAN SOUP---water azafran (see note) salt white pepper chicken stock yellow summer squash, diced corn kernels bunch spinach, washed and stemmed

To make the dumplings, combine the cornmeal, flour, baking powder, salt, pepper, and sugar together in a bowl. Add the butter and milk and mix well to make a batter that is moist but not sticky. If the dough is too moist, knead in a little more flour. Divide the dough into 1" balls, flatten, and shape into small triangles. Pour the chicken stock into a pot and bring to a boil over medium heat. Reduce the heat to a simmer and drop in the dumplings. Cook 3 to 4 minutes, until tender and cooked all the way through. Remove the dumplings from the stock and set aside. For the soup, heat 2 cups of the water and the azafran in a large saucepan over medium-high heat until the liquid has reduced by half, about 7 minutes. Pour through a fine sieve, discard the azafran, and return the liquid to the saucepan. Add salt, pepper, stock, and the remaining 4 cups of the water and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Add squash, reduce the heat ans simmer 5 minutes. Add cork kernels and simmer another 5 minutes. Add dumplings and spinach, cook 2 minutes, and serve immediately. **Note** Azafran, also called Native American saffron my the American Indians, is an herb that is actually fine threads from the stigma of the safflower plant. Despite the name, azafran is not the same as saffron, which is an expensive spice derived from the crocus plant in the iris family. (Saffron can be substituted for azafran, though: use 1 pinch of saffran for 2 tablespoons of azafran). Azafran is commonly sold in Latin American markets and specialty herb stores. It can also be ordered by mail. It is best stored in a cool dark place and will last several months in a sealed plastic or glass container. From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank Posted to

Page 103 MM-Recipes Digest by "Rfm" <Robert-Miles@usa.net> on May 25, 98 Yield: 6 servings

AZTEC CORN SOUP

1/4 3 1/2 1 1 2 1 4 4 1 1/4

c. c. clove c. c. tsp. oz. oz. lg. c.

butter fresh corn; cut from cob garlic; minced or pressed chicken or vegetable stock milk oregano leaves can green chilies; diced monteray jack cheese; shredded salt tomato; cored and diced fresh cilantro; chopped

In a 5-6 quart pan; melt butter over medium heat. Add corn and garlic; sauteing for about 2 minutes. Remove pan from heat. In a food processor or blender, whirl stock and 2 cups of the corn mixture until smooth, then add to remaining corn mixture in pan. Stirring constantly; bring milk, oregano and chilies to a boil over medium heat. Remove from heat and stir in cheese. Season to taste with salt. Garnish individual servings with tomato slices and cilantro leaves. Yield: 4 servings 4-6

AZTEC CORN SOUP

1

1/4 c. butter

3 1/2 C. fresh corn; cut from cob 1 clove garlic; minced or pressed 1 C. chicken stock 2 C. milk 1 tsp. oregano leaves 4 oz. can green chilies; diced 4 oz. Monteray Jack cheese; shredded Salt 1 lg. tomato; cored and diced 1/4 C. fresh Cilantro; chopped In a 5-6 quart pan; melt butter over medium heat. Add corn and garlic; sauteing for about 2 minutes. Remove pan from heat. In a food processor or blender, whirl stock and 2 cups of the corn mixture until smooth, then add to remaining corn mixture in pan. Stirring constantly; bring milk, oregano and chilies to a boil over medium heat. Remove from heat and stir in cheese. Season to taste with salt. Garnish individual servings with tomato

Page 104 slices and cilantro leaves. Makes 4-6 servings. Yield: 6 servings

AZTEC FRUIT SOUP

1 1 1 1 5 3 1/2

lb

dried fruit mixture, diced (mixture usually contains prunes, apples, apricots, peaches, and pears)

cup tablespoon teaspoon

water honey salt

Very gently simmer ingredients for approximately 1 hour in a covered 3-quart pot with a snug lid. Stir occasionally. A garnish of 1/2 teaspoon crumbled dried mint leaves can be added on each serving. The Aztec Way To Healthy Eating by Sonja Atkinson Mignnonne From: Native-Cooking-L@onelist.com From: "Mignonne-Al" <mignonne-Al@excitedate: Sun, 13 Jun 1999 19:43:26 Pdt Yield: 4 servings

Page 105

BAKED DUCK BREASTS & RICE IN ROAST DUCK STOCK

3 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1/4 1 1 1

ducks onions head of garlic carrots seasoning mix: parts salt. part onion powder part garlic powder part white pepper part cayenne pepper part cumin part thyme part rubbed sage

First day (usually a Friday night) Get out a roasting pan and start your oven preheating to 325 degrees. Take 2 or 3 plucked mallards and with a sharp boning or filet knife, remove the breasts. Trim away excess skin and fat but make sure skin remains across at least 50% of each breast. I like a large band of skin that runs long ways but only about an inch thick. Wrap each breast with plastic wrap and refrigerate. Next, make a seasoning mix. The following seasoning mix is made with parts instead of a specific measurement. You can substitute the word cup, or all the way down to teaspoon, in place of the word parts. For a dinner for four people, substitute table spoon for the word parts. You may have some left over but it will keep. Rub the remainder of the ducks down (not the duck breasts; which should be in your refrig), inside and out, with the seasoning. Put in a large roasting pan and place in your preheated oven. Roast ducks until the legs pull away easily (once the skin has been broken) from the body. This could take anywhere from 1 to 4 hours depending on your oven temp; the amount of ducks; and the size. I first check at 1 hour and then every half hour afterwards. Once the ducks have roasted, let them cool in the roasting pan. Once cool, remove the ducks onto a large cutting board or other large surface. Take the fat drippings from the roasting pan and pour into a large sealable container (a mason jar will work well). Now pull the meat from the duck and place into a bowl. Place the remaining carcasses and skin into a large stock pot. Cover the bones, plus about three inches above, with water. Quarter up an onion or two and cut in half a bulb (8 to 10 cloves) of garlic. Put into to stock pot (germ{outer skin} and all). Brake up a few carrots an put them in too. Now bring the stock pot to a slow boil over medium heat and reduce to low heat. Make sure the heat is on *low* a tiny bubble or two should rise to the top every second or so but do not get this too hot. Let this cook overnight. The next morning, run the stock through

Page 106 a strainer and place into a container (1 gallon pitcher will work nicely) and refrigerate. I'll make the assumption that you are feeding 4 people and have 2 or 3 mallard ducks (if you have small ducks you may need 4) The night of the meal (usually a Saturday for me), start by preheating your oven to 350 degrees. Chop your pulled duck meat (not the breasts) into very fine pieces. Now, take a large skillet and add about 3 or 4 tbl of the reserved duck fat (it should look like crisco shortening after the refrigeration process). Heat it to medium high heat. Chop up some onion (about a cup) and saute in the duck fat. At this point, I reduce the heat to medium low and add about 3/4 cup of chicken livers (this part could be eliminated if you don't like chicken liver; duck liver is fine for domestic ducks - I am not going to recommend wild duck liver to you since I can't personally inspect it). Break these up real fine and sprinkle cayenne pepper over them (use to your heat tolerance level). At this point, add two cups of rice (I personally use Texmati or Basmati). Coat the rice well with the duck fat. Add 4 cups of stock to the mixture and simmer for a couple minutes (3 to 5). Pour into a baking dish and add the chopped duck meat. Mix together well. Cover baking dish with foil and bake for 45 minutes. kihrer@falcon.dallas.isd.tenet.edu Newsgroups: rec.hunting Yield: 1 servings

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BAKED DUCK BREASTS AND RICE IN ROAST DUCK STOCK

3 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1/4 1 1 1

ducks onions head of garlic carrots seasoning mix: parts salt. part onion powder part garlic powder part white pepper part cayenne pepper part cumin part thyme part rubbed sage

First day (usually a Friday night) Get out a roasting pan and start your oven preheating to 325 degrees. Take 2 or 3 plucked mallards and with a sharp boning or filet knife, remove the breasts. Trim away excess skin and fat but make sure skin remains across at least 50% of each breast. I like a large band of skin that runs long ways but only about an inch thick. Wrap each breast with plastic wrap and refrigerate. Next, make a seasoning mix. The following seasoning mix is made with parts instead of a specific measurement. You can substitute the word cup, or all the way down to teaspoon, in place of the word parts. For a dinner for four people, substitute table spoon for the word parts. You may have some left over but it will keep. Rub the remainder of the ducks down (not the duck breasts; which should be in your refrig), inside and out, with the seasoning. Put in a large roasting pan and place in your preheated oven. Roast ducks until the legs pull away easily (once the skin has been broken) from the body. This could take anywhere from 1 to 4 hours depending on your oven temp; the amount of ducks; and the size. I first check at 1 hour and then every half hour afterwards. Once the ducks have roasted, let them cool in the roasting pan. Once cool, remove the ducks onto a large cutting board or other large surface. Take the fat drippings from the roasting pan and pour into a large sealable container (a mason jar will work well). Now pull the meat from the duck and place into a bowl. Place the remaining carcasses and skin into a large stock pot. Cover the bones, plus about three inches above, with water. Quarter up an onion or two and cut in half a bulb (8 to 10 cloves) of garlic. Put into to stock pot (germ{outer skin} and all). Brake up a few carrots an put them in too. Now bring the stock pot to a slow boil over medium heat and reduce to low heat. Make sure the heat is on *low* a tiny bubble or two should rise to the top every second or so but do not get this too hot. Let this cook overnight. The next morning, run the stock through

Page 108 a strainer and place into a container (1 gallon pitcher will work nicely) and refrigerate. I'll make the assumption that you are feeding 4 people and have 2 or 3 mallard ducks (if you have small ducks you may need 4) The night of the meal (usually a Saturday for me), start by preheating your oven to 350 degrees. Chop your pulled duck meat (not the breasts) into very fine pieces. Now, take a large skillet and add about 3 or 4 tbl of the reserved duck fat (it should look like crisco shortening after the refrigeration process). Heat it to medium high heat. Chop up some onion (about a cup) and saute in the duck fat. At this point, I reduce the heat to medium low and add about 3/4 cup of chicken livers (this part could be eliminated if you don't like chicken liver; duck liver is fine for domestic ducks - I am not going to recommend wild duck liver to you since I can't personally inspect it). Break these up real fine and sprinkle cayenne pepper over them (use to your heat tolerance level). At this point, add two cups of rice (I personally use Texmati or Basmati). Coat the rice well with the duck fat. Add 4 cups of stock to the mixture and simmer for a couple minutes (3 to 5). Pour into a baking dish and add the chopped duck meat. Mix together well. Cover baking dish with foil and bake for 45 minutes. kihrer@falcon.dallas.isd.tenet.edu Newsgroups: rec.hunting Yield: 1 servings

Page 109

BAKED GOOSE WITH WINE SAUCE

1 3 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1 1/2 1 3 4 1 1 teaspoon tablespoon cup tablespoon tablespoon cup lb

wild goose dozen prunes chicken broth onion; chopped stick butter soft bread crumbs sausage egg salt and pepper to taste sage minced parsley ----WINE SAUCE---chicken broth goose drippings each wine; brandy & gin flour to thicken

Cover prunes with chicken broth. Cook until tender. Drain and remove seeds from prunes. Saute onion in butter. Cook sausage, drain and crumble. Combine all ingredients and stuff goose. Run goose with oil and bake at 350 for 3-4 hours or until tender. Baste occasionally with drippings. WINE SAUCE: Boil stock down to 2 cups. Add remaining ingredients, except flour. Heat thoroughly, add flour to thicken and simmer 5 minutes. MRS W.W. BURKS (ANNA) BEDFORD, VA From the book <High Cotton Cookin'>, Marvell Academy Mothers Assn, Marvell, AR 72366, ISBN 0-918544-14-9, downloaded from Glen's MM Recipe Archive, http://www.erols.com/hosey. Yield: 6 servings

Page 110

BAKED QUAIL WITH MUSHROOMS - SL 11/81

1/3 1 1/2 6 2 1/2 1/2 1/4 2 1/2 1

cup teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon lb cup cup cup cup

all-purpose flour salt pepper quail; cleaned butter fresh mushrooms; sliced butter plus 1 tbsp all-purpose flour chicken broth sherry hot cooked rice

: Combine 1/3 cup flour, salt, and pepper. Dredge quail in flour mixture, and set aside. : Melt 2 tablespoons butter in a large skillet; add mushrooms, and saute 4 minutes. Remove mushrooms from skillet; set aside. : Melt 1/2 cup butter in skillet; brown quail on both sides. Remove quail to a 1-1/2 quart casserole. Add 1/4 cup plus 1 tablespoon flour to drippings in skillet; cook 1 minute, stirring constantly. Gradually add chicken broth and sherry; cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until gravy is thickened and bubbly. Stir in mushrooms. : Pour mushroom gravy over quail. Cover and bake at 350F for 1 hour. Serve over rice. Yield: 6 servings. Diane J. Rabon of South Carolina, in November, 1981 "Southern Living" Typos by Jeff Pruett Yield: 6 servings

Page 111

BAKED SQUASH AND MAPLE SYRUP

3 1/2 1/4 1/2 1/4 1/2 1/3

lb cup cup teaspoon cup cup

butternut squash butter diced onion ground nutmeg chicken stock real maple syrup

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C). Place squash halves, cut side up, on large baking sheet. bake until very tender, about 50 minutes. Remove from oven and cool slightly. Using large spoon, scoop out squash flesh and transfer to large bowl. In a medium saucepan, melt butter over medium-low heat. Add chopped onion and ground nutmeg and saute until onion is tender and light brown, about 10 minutes. Transfer to bowl with squash. Add chicken broth and maple syrup. Puree mixture in batches in processor until smooth. Season squash puree with salt and pepper. Return puree to same saucepan. Stir puree over medium heat until heated through. Transfer to bowl and serve. Melana Edible Wild Kitchen www.ediblewild.com From: "Melana Hiatt" <melana@ediblewild Yield: 4 servings

BAKED STEAK AND BEANS IN MUSHROOM GRAVY

1 1/2 1 1 1 1 1

lb can can small

venison -- or elk cream of mushroom soup -(condensed) green beans -- french cut onion -- sliced to taste salt and pepper

In a large skillet, saute onions in a small amount of vegetable oil until tender. Drain all liquid from the can of green beans, and add to onions. Saute until all excess moisture has been evaporated from mixture. Place onion/bean mixture into the bottom of a greased 9 x 13 inch baking pan, and set aside. In the same large skillet, using a very small amount of vegetable oil, lightly brown steak on each side for 2-5 minutes, seasoning to taste with salt and pepper. Then place steak on top of bean/onion mixture. Cover and bake at 325 degrees F for 30-45 minutes. 240.0 Calories, 8.3 Fat, 34.6 Protein, 4.8 Carb., 94 Chol., 253 Sodium :Recipe By : Real Food for Real People From: Melody Sheline <little_wolf_melod Yield: 4 servings

Page 112

BAKERSFIELD BEAR STEW

2 2 1 1 1 1/2 5 1 5 1 1

lb tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon lb large

bear meat, cubed to 1 inch flour worcestershire sauce soy sauce olive oil season salt celery stalks, sliced carrots, sliced potatoes, peeled & sliced in chunk; s onion, sliced can tomato soup condensed

Lightly season meat with salt and pepper, coat with flour. Heat olive oil in a skillet, add meat and brown. Place the meat in a dutch oven and cover with water. Add season salt and bring to a boil, cover and simmer for two hours. Add vegetables and more water if needed, simmer for one hour. Add Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, soup, salt, and pepper, simmer for 15 minutes. Remove heat and let it sit for 30 minutes. Ready to serve. NOTE: When I dress out a bear I always have plenty of trimmings to save for this recipe. This is an excellent dish, everyone admits they can't even tell it has wild game for the meat. Source: http://www.SailorRandR.com/recipes/recstore/ From: "Stewburner" <stewburner@sailorradate: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 20:54:54 ~0800 Yield: 8 servings

Page 113

BARBECUED VENISON

----INGREDIENTS---3 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1/4 1 1 teaspoon teaspoon medium teaspoon small lb venison stew meat, cubed bay leaf salt and pepper onion, chopped vinegar bottle catsup ----DIRECTIONS---water whole cloves green pepper, chopped sugar prepared mustard

Cover meat with water and add bay leaf and cloves. Simmer until "fork tender". Drain and remove bay leaf and cloves. Add salt, pepper, chopped green pepper, onion, sugar, vinegar, catsup and mustard. Mix well and simmer for another 1/2 hour. Submitted By PMBST8+@PITT.EDU Submitted By PMBST8+@PITT.EDU Yield: 1 servings

BASIC BASTE FOR GAME BIRDS OR MEATS

1 1/2 1/4 3 1

cup cup cup tablespoon teaspoon

white or red wine basic game bird stock or basic gam; e meat stock soy sauce roasted garlic puree minced fresh ginger

This simple baste can be made in larger quantities and stored in the refrigerator for a couple of weeks. Place all ingredients in a small saucepan and simmer gently for 10 minutes to reduce slightly. Typed by Manny Rothstein 5/98 Source: "American Game Cooking" by John Ash and Sid Goldstein, produced in association with Fetzer Vineyards, Aris Books/Addison Wesley Publishing Co., 1991, ISBN 0-201-57005-X. From: Manny Rothstein Yield: 1 servings Date: 23 May 98

Page 114

BASIC MESQUITE BROTH

4 8

cups cups

broken mesquite pods water

Wet Method) This sweet, caramel-like broth is the basis for many delicious recipes. Place the broken mesquite pods in a large pot, cover with the 8 cups of water, cover, and boil for one hour. Cool. Wring and tear the pods in the broth, stirring and mashing the sweet pith into the liquid. Or put one cup of the pods and just a little of the broth into a food processor fitted with a steel blade and whirl until the pods are shredded. Repeat until all pods are shredded. Return the material to the broth and stir. The object is to get as much of the pulp into the broth as possible. Drain off the liquid and discard the fiber. Simmer the liquid uncovered until reduced to 3 cups.

BASIC MESQUITE BROTH (WET METHOD)

4 8

cup cup

broken mesquite pods water

This sweet, caramel-like broth is the basis for many delicious recipes. Place the broken mesquite pods in a large pot, cover with the 8 cups of water, cover, and boil for one hour. Cool. Wring and tear the pods in the broth, stirring and mashing the sweet pith into the liquid. Or put one cup of the pods and just a little of the broth into a food processor fitted with a steel blade and whirl until the pods are shredded. Repeat until all pods are shredded. Return the material to the broth and stir. The object is to get as much of the pulp into the broth as possible. Drain off the liquid and discard the fiber. Simmer the liquid uncovered until reduced to 3 cups. Texas Through Time, recipes using Mesquite Beans by John Igo From: "Hill8628" <hill8628@netzero.Net>date: Thu, 20 Feb 2003 03:41:20 ~0500 Yield: 4 servings

Page 115

BEAR FILLET IN BURGUNDY

1 4 1 1/2 1 1/2 2/3 2 1 5 1 1 1 8 1/2 1 6 2 medium pkg cup cup cup teaspoon cup cup cup cup

marinade chopped mixed onions chopped carrots minced garlic cloves garlic chopped celery bay leaves tarragon dry white wine fillet of bear fillet of bear, salt onions, peeled baby carrots sliced celery burgundy beef stock

Combine all marinade ingredients. Marinate bear fillet in a refrigerator for 3-4 days. When preparing to cook, pat the meat dry with paper towels. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Salt the meat well. Place the fillet in a roasting pan and add vegetables. Pour wine and stock over all and put uncovered roast in oven. Cook for 3 1/2 hours. Baste frequently. Bear Fillet is done when center of roast does not bleed when pierced with two-tined fork. From: TheOutdoorGourmet@onelist.com From: "Karl E. Moser (Ke3nf)" <karl-M@hdate: Thu, 24 Jun 1999 09:07:49 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

Page 116

BEAR STEW A L'ESPAGNOLE

3 1/4 1 4 1/4 1 1 1 1/2 1 2 1 1/2 1/4

lb cup tablespoon cup cup

bear meat vinegar salt water shortening medium onion, sliced green pepper, chopped

centiliter cup cup dash teaspoon teaspoon

garlic chopped celery 7 oz. can tomato paste canned tomatoes tabasco sauce salt pepper

Trim all fat of meat and wash meat well in cold water. Cut into 1 1/2 inch cubes and soak at least 15 minutes in 4 cups of water to which has been added 1/4 cup vinegar and 1 tablespoon salt. Drain and pat dry. Melt shortening in a heavy fry pan, add bear meat and brown well on all sides. Add onion, garlic and celery and simmer until onion becomes translucent. Add remaining ingredients, mis well, cover and simmer for 30 minutes or until meat is tender. Serves 4 to 6. From _Northern Cookbook_ edited by Eleanor A. Ellis, Information Canada 1973. Typos by Bert Christensen http://www.interlog.com/~rosewood rosewood@interlog.com Yield: 6 servings

Page 117

BEAVER TAIL SOUP
By: Herb Walker bones from a beaver 1 4 4 4 1 1 1 beaver wild qt sweet tb tb tb tail onions water bay leaves wild mustard bush spice powder salt

Separate the bones from the meat and break the bones into six pieces. Skin the tail by broiling the tail over the campfire. The scaly skin will come off in a blistered sheet to reveal the white solid meat underneath. Put the bones and pieces of tail in a large kettle, add the water and salt. Bring to a boil, lower the heat and simmer for 30 minutes. Keep the surface clean with a large spoon, then add the sliced onions, bay leaves, wild mustard and spice bush powder. Keep on simmering for another 30 minutes. Remove the beaver tail pieces. Let drain on a plate and set aside to be added to the soup at a later time. Strain the soup through a fine sieve into another large pot and boil down to about a quarter of its original volume. Clarify with the white from an egg. Cut the meat from the tail into cubes about 1/2 inch square, add to the soup and serve hot. You can add to the taste with freshly cut mint, sprinkled over the individual servings. Yield: 1 recipe

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BEAVER TAIL SOUP

1 1 4 4 4 1 1 1 tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon quart

bones from a beaver beaver tail wild onions water sweet bay leaves wild mustard bush spice powder salt

Separate the bones from the meat and break the bones into six pieces. Skin the tail by broiling the tail over the campfire. The scaly skin will come off in a blistered sheet to reveal the white solid meat underneath. Put the bones and pieces of tail in a large kettle, add the water and salt. Bring to a boil, lower the heat and simmer for 30 minutes. Keep the surface clean with a large spoon, then add the sliced onions, bay leaves, wild mustard and sppice bush powder. Keep on simmering for another 30 minutes. Remove the beaver tail pieces. Let drain on a plate and set aside to be added to the soup at a later time. Strain the soup through a fine sieve into another large pot and boil down to about a quarter of its original volume. Clarify with the white from an egg. Cut the meat from the tail into cubes about 1/2 inch square, add to the soup and serve hot. You can add to the taste with freshly cut mint, sprinkled over the individual servings. Source: "Indian Cookin'", compiled by Herb Walker, 1977 Yield: 1 recipe

Page 119

BECSINALT FOGOLYLEVES (QUAIL SOUP)

3 1 1 2 1 1 4 2 1 1 6 1/4 tablespoon teaspoon pinch cup cup small cup tablespoon tablespoon

quail butter, unsalted lard carrots; sliced onions; sliced peas; shelled mushroom caps; sliced boletus if possib flour, all-purpose parlsey, flat; chopped salt stock, meat sour cream

Clean quail and cut into serving pieces. Melt butter and lart in soup pot. Brown quail very rapidly for a few minutes; then add vegetables, mushrooms and 1/2 cup water. Cook slowly, uncovered, until water almost disappears. By this time, quail should be quite done. Add flour, parsley and salt; stir well. Add meat stock; bring to a boil. Cook over very low heat for a few more minutes. Just before serving, mix in the sour cream. Serve liver dumplings or marrow dumpling in the soup. MM and upload by DonW1948@aol.com / CH Yield: 6 servings

Page 120

BEEFY NACHO FRYBREAD BAKE

1 1/2 1/4 1/8 1 1 1 1 1 1/4

pound cup teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon can (11 ounces) recipe cup

lean ground beef chopped onion salt black pepper chili powder ground cumin dried oregano leaves condensed nacho cheese soup, undilu; ted 1 cup milk frybread shredded cheddar cheese chopped fresh cilantro (optional) salsa (optional)

Preheat oven to 375°F. Spray 13×9-inch baking dish with nonstick cooking spray. Place beef and onion in large skillet; season with salt and pepper. Brown beef over medium-high heat until no longer pink, stirring to separate meat. Drain fat. Stir in chili powder, cumin and oregano. Cook and stir 2 minutes; remove from heat. Combine soup and milk in medium bowl, stirring until smooth. Pour soup mixture into prepared dish, spreading evenly. Separate frybread dough into 4 rectangles; press perforations together firmly. Roll each rectangle to 8×4 inches. Cut each rectangle in half crosswise to form 8 (4-inch) squares. Spoon about 1/4 cup beef mixture into center of each square. Lift 4 corners of dough up over filling to meet in center; pinch and twist firmly to seal. Place squares in dish. Bake, uncovered, 20 to 25 minutes or until crusts are golden brown. Sprinkle cheese over squares. Bake 5 minutes or until cheese melts. To serve, spoon soup mixture in dish over each serving; sprinkle with cilantro, if desired. Serve with salsa, if desired. Yield: makes 4 serving

Page 121

BELLA COOLA POACHED SALMON

6 6 2 2 1 1 1/4 2

(1 med. tsp. scallions (finely sweet qt. tsp. tsp.

in.) cross cut salmon steaks mushrooms (wiped & sliced) parsley (minced or flakes) red pepper (cored & finely chopped) chicken broth black pepper salt lemon wedges

Simmer mushrooms, parsley, scallions, and red pepper in chicken broth for 10 min. Season with salt and pepper. Cool broth to room temp. Place salmon steaks in lg. skillet, cover with broth and simmer (not boiling) for 15-20 min. Serve each salmon steak topped with a little broth. Garnish with lemon wedges. Poached salmon can be served hot or cold.

BENAO'S BORAGE SOUP

2 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 6 2 1 1 6 1 1

cup cup tablespoon tablespoon

chicken broth buttermilk chopped onion lemon juice borage leaves cucumbers, seeded and peeled chopped

cup

sour cream borage flowers salt and pepper

Put broth and buttermilk into blender with onion, lemon juice, salt and pepper, borage leaves, and cucumbers. Blend well. Add sour cream, blending again. Chill well. Garnish with a flower. Valentine Recipes From: Benao <benao@libertysurf.Fr> Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 18:06:35 +0100 Yield: 4 servings

Page 122

BENAO'S YUCCA SOUP

3 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1/2

cup cup small tablespoon

soup stock chopped tomatoes onion, chopped green pepper, chopped clove garlic, minced salt and pepper to taste

cup tablespoon cup

yucca flowers sugar peas

Combine the soup stock, tomatoes, onion, green pepper, garlic, salt and pepper. Simmer 30 minutes. Add yucca, sugar, and peas, simmer another 10 minutes. Serve. From: Benao <benao@libertysurf.Fr> Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 18:06:40 +0100 Yield: 4 servings

BERRY SOUP (SIOUX)

1

x

no ingredients

1 1/2 lb Chuck steak; 1" thick Boned and trimmed; of excess -fat Or optional buffalo 3 tb Peanut oil 1 md White onion; peeled and -sliced 2 c Beef stock 1 c Fresh blackberries 1 tb Light honey Salt; to taste Broil or grill the meat until browned on both sides, allow to cool. In a Dutch oven, heat the oil and brown the onions. Cut the meat into bite-sized pieces and add to the pot. Add the blackberries and enough beef stock to barely cover the meat. Stir in the honey and simmer the meat, covered, until it is very tender, about 1 hour. If the berries are too tart, add honey to taste, add salt and serve in bowls. Posted by bobbi744 Yield: 4 servings

Page 123

BERRY SOUP (SIOUX)

1 1/2 1 1 3 1 2 1 1 1

lb

chuck steak; 1 thick boned and trimed; of excess fat or optional buffalo

tablespoon medium cup cup tablespoon

peanut oil white onion; peeled and sliced beef stock fresh blackberries light honey salt; to taste

Broil or grill the meat until browned on both sides, allow to cool. In a Dutch oven, heat the oil and brown the onions. Cut the meat into bite-sized pieces and add to the pot. Add the blackberries and enough beef stock to barely cover the meat. Stir in the honey and simmer the meat, covered, until it is very tender, about 1 hour. If the berries are too tart, add honey to taste, add salt and serve in bowls. Posted by bobbi744@sojourn.com Yield: 1 servings

BERRY SOUP, SIOUX

1 1/2 3 1 2 1 1

lb tbs medium cups cup tbs

chuck steak, 1' thick, boned trimed; or use buffalo peanut oil white onion, peeled and sliced beef stock fresh blackberries light honey salt to taste

Broil or grill the meat until browned on both sides, allow to cool. In a Dutch oven, heat the oil and brown the onions. Cut the meat into bite-sized pieces and add to the pot. Add the blackberries and enough beef stock to barely cover the meat. Stir in the honey and simmer the meat, covered, until it is very tender, about 1 hour. If the berries are too tart, add honey to taste, add salt and serve in bowls.

Page 124

BERRY STEW

1 1/2 1 3 1 3 1 1 1

lb tablespoon medium cup cup tablespoon

buffalo or beef chuck steak - (1 th; ick), boned, and trimmed of excess fat peanut oil onion; sliced beef broth; fresh or canned blackberries; fresh or frozen light honey salt; to taste

Broil the chuck steak in the oven until brown on both sides. In the old days this would have been done over the fire, so you might want to quickly barbecue the meat in order to increase the flavor. Set the meat aside to cool. In a dutch oven heat the oil and brown the onions. Cut the meat into bite-size pieces and add to the pot. Add the blackberries and enough beef stock barely to cover the meat. Stir in the honey and simmer the meat, covered, until it is very tender, about 1 hour. If the berries are too tart add more honey to taste. Add salt to taste and serve in bowls. This recipe serves 4 to 5. Comments: This unusual dish would have been quite familiar to a Sioux family. It is actually a buffalo-and-blackberry stew, though good results can be obtained with a beef steak. I have tried to eliminate the heavy animal fat that would have been used in this dish by substituting peanut oil. Recipe Source: THE FRUGAL GOURMET by Jeff Smith From the 09-11-1991 issue - The Springfield Union-News Formatted for MasterCook by Joe Comiskey, aka MR MAD jpmd44a@prodigy.com -or- MAD-SQUAD@prodigy.net 07-17-1994 Recipe by: Jeff Smith Converted by MM_Buster v2.0l. Yield: 4 servings

Page 125

BIG BEAR STEW

4 1/4 1 1 1 4 2 1 1 4 2 1 5 2

lb cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon cup lb lb

bear meat all-purpose flour dried oregano salt ground black pepper margarine olive oil onion, chopped beef broth bay leaves red potatoes, diced fresh mushrooms carrots, sliced turnips, cubed

Preheat oven to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C). In a large mixing bowl combine flour, oregano, salt and pepper. Place bear meat in the bowl a little at a time and coat well. Heat oil and butter in a large skillet. Fry the bear meat until browned. Let drain on paper towels. Fill a large Dutch oven with 2 to 3 quarts water. Add bear meat, onions, beef broth, bay leaves, potatoes, mushrooms carrots and turnips. Cook on medium-high heat for 2 to 3 hours. Add more wate as needed. From: "Brenda Brown Starling" <bbstarlidate: Mon, 1 Mar 2004 13:27:57 -0800 Yield: 4 servings

Page 126

BIG BOB'S SHOULDER OF VENISON

1 1 1 1/4 1 1 1 1 1) teaspoon teaspoon cup large can cup can

5 lb. shoulder of venison pepper allspice butter [softened] onion [chopped] (12 oz) beer sour cream cream of mushroom soup

Season venison with the spices, rubbing in lightly, then

spread the butter on the meat, covering completely. Place the roast in a 8" x 13" roasting pan and cover with the onions... 2) Combine the beer, sour cream, and soup in a bowl and wisk `til blended, then pour over the roast... 3) Bake in a 300ø oven for 1« hours `til meat is fork tender (adding small amounts of water if necessary) * Thicken the pan drippings for gravy if desired... Serve with noodles, rice or potatoes. ** This recipe makes a tough cut very tender, and leftovers make great sandwiches... Source: "Bill Saiff's Rod & Reel Recipes for Hookin' & Cookin'" Cookbook Typed with permission by Fred Goslin on CYBEREALM BBS, home of KOOKNET in Watertown NY at (315) 786-1120 Yield: 6 servings

BIG BUCK STEAK #1

1 6 1 1 2 tablespoon tablespoon can

round steak, 1-1/2 to 2 in. flour mushroom soup salt & pepper to taste frying fat

If you kill a big buck and know he will not be as tender as my spikehorns, cut a round steak about 2 inches thick, dredge in flour, let stand for an hour and then reflour the wet spots. Sear on both sides in a hot, lightly-greased skillet or black iron pot. Now pour the can of soup directly onto the center of the steak, then add enough hot water to cover the meat. Cover the pot or skillet, cook in a moderate (375) oven for about 2 hours or until tender. Suggestions: TRY adding cutup turnips and fresh green beans around the meat, just before pouring the mushroom soup on. Recipe date: 01/15/87 Yield: 1 servings

Page 127

BIG SKY CAFE VEGETARIAN POZOLE

2 2 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 2 1 1 3 1 16 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2

cups cups tablespoons dried tablespoons cups tablespoons teaspoon teaspoon teaspoons teaspoon teaspoon (14-ounce) pound cups (1 gallon) cup cup cup cup

dried white pozole corn dried blue pozole corn baking soda, divided chiles, a combination of pasilla, a; ncho and guajillo olive oil diced onions minced garlic salt black pepper dried oregano cumin seeds, toasted in a dry skill; et and ground coriander seeds, toasted in a dry s; killet and ground cans diced tomatoes in juice tomatillos, husked and quartered vegetable stock lime juice chopped cilantro, divided queso fresco toasted pumpkin seeds

3 1/2 hours plus overnight soaking Note: Dried pozole corn is available in Latino markets. 1. Soak each color of pozole corn overnight in separate bowls of water. 2. Drain the pozole corn. Place each color of corn in a separate medium saucepan and add enough water to each to cover. Add 2 tablespoons baking soda to each pot. Bring both to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer for about 2 hours, or until tender, adding more water as needed and skimming foam from the surface. Drain off the cooking water and rinse the corn. 3. While the pozole is cooking, soak the dried chiles in hot water. When soft, remove the seeds and dice. 4. In a separate stock pot, heat the olive oil. Add the onions, garlic, salt, pepper, oregano, cumin and coriander and cook until the onions are translucent. 5. Add the tomatoes, tomatillos, diced chiles, vegetable stock and cooked pozole corn. Bring to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer about 1 1/2 hours. The stew is done when the corn is cooked through. 6. Add the lime juice, cilantro and salt and pepper to taste. 7. Spoon the pozole into bowls and garnish with queso fresco, toasted pumpkin seeds and the remaining cilantro. Yield: servings: 10 to

Page 128

BIGOS-POLISH HUNTER'S STEW

1/2 1/2 1 1/2 1/4 1/2 1 1 1

lb lb large lb lb lb quart

each of pork, veal, beef and lamb venison (optional) onion mushrooms, cooked bacon polish sausage, cut in small pieces sauerkraut vegetable stock salt & pepper to taste

Wash sauerkraut & cook till tender. Cut bacon & fry. Add onion and meat and fry until meat is slightly brown. Add vegetable stock and cook until meat is tender. Add Polish sausage and sauerkraut and boil until the flavors blend. Season to taste. Simmer gently for additional 1/2 hour. Can be frozen and prepared ahead of time. From Melanie's Sweets Unlimited, in "Taste of Buffalo Cookbook 1998". Typed for you by Joan MacDiarmid. From: Joan Macdiarmid Yield: 6 servings Date: 06 Aug 98

Page 129

BIRD DOG RETRIEVER NEWS GERMAN QUAIL

4 4 1 4 1 1 5 3 1 1 1/2 1 1 cup teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon

quail, cut in pieces whole carrots, cut in 2 inch pieces stalks celery, cut in 2 inch pieces onion, sliced oil flour salt and pepper bay leaf rosemary chicken bouillon cube apple juice

Heat oil to 350 degrees and brown quail in skillet. Place quail in casserole dish and top with onion rings, carrots and celery. Add all remaining ingredients to drippings in skillet and stir. Simmer 15 minutes. Pour drippings over quail and bake at 325 degrees for one hour. the Bird Dog Retriever News Cookbook Dennis Guldan publisher@Bird-Dog-News.Com Bird Dog Retriever News, 563 17th Ave NW, New Brighton, MN 55112, Ph/Fx 612-636-8045ÿ Yield: 4 servings

Page 130

BIRD DOG RETRIEVER NEWS GRILLED QUAIL

2 1 3 1/2 1 1 1 1 1 1 cup cup tablespoon tablespoon

quail peanut oil butter bay leaf salt freshly ground black pepper thin sheets of fresh pork fat bread crumbs game stock

Split the birds open, and flatten them a little. Heat the oil and the butter in a casserole and brown the birds in it. Add the bay leaf, season with salt and pepper, cover the birds with the sheets of pork fat, and simmer for about 5 minutes. Remove the quails. Dip them into the bread crumbs, broil or grill them for about 3 minutes on each side, and put them on a hot serving dish. Add the stock to the pan juices in the casserole, bring to the boiling point, and strain the sauce into a sauceboat. Serves 1. the Bird Dog Retriever News Cookbook Dennis Guldan publisher@Bird-Dog-News.Com Bird Dog Retriever News, 563 17th Ave NW, New Brighton, MN 55112, Ph/Fx 612-636-8045ÿ Yield: 4 servings

Page 131

BIRD DOG RETRIEVER NEWS GROUSE IN RED WINE

2 1 2 2 1/2 1 1 1 tablespoon medium cup cup tablespoon

grouse quartered or filleted margarine onions sliced chicken broth or bouillon red wine cornstarch salt pepper to taste.

Melt margarine in bottom of small roasting pan. Brown onions and grouse pieces. Add chicken broth and red wine. Cover and roast at 350 degrees for 45 minutes to 1 hour until tender. Turn grouse occasionally so all parts are submerged in liquid. Meat surfaces will turn dark purple in color. Remove grouse. Thicken pan juices with corn starch mixed with water. Season to taste. Serve sauce on the side with buttered noodles. the Bird Dog Retriever News Cookbook Dennis Guldan publisher@Bird-Dog-News.Com Bird Dog Retriever News, 563 17th Ave NW, New Brighton, MN 55112, Ph/Fx 612-636-8045ÿ Yield: 4 servings

Page 132

BIRD DOG RETRIEVER NEWS GROUSE LENTIL SOUP

2 3 2 1 3 1 2 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 1

tablespoon

olive oil carrots onions

cup small cup cup

lentils stalks celery rudy or parsnip grouse chicken broth tomatoes dry sherry wine parsnip rosemary allspice salt pepper

In your soup pot put about 2 tbls of olive oil, add three diced carrots, 2 onions cut up, three stalks of celery sliced and a small rudy or parsnip. Cook this with a cover for about 15 minutes, stir occasionally. Add about 4 cups of chicken broth, three cups of tomatoes and a cup of lentils. Put in 2 pounds of meat cut into cubes, add some parsley, a little rosemary, allspice, salt and pepper. Simmer all of this for an hour and a half. Just before serving add about a cup of dry sherry wine and a little more parsley. the Bird Dog Retriever News Cookbook Dennis Guldan publisher@Bird-Dog-News.Com Bird Dog Retriever News, 563 17th Ave NW, New Brighton, MN 55112, Ph/Fx 612-636-8045ÿ Yield: 4 servings

Page 133

BIRD DOG RETRIEVER NEWS PHEASANT PIE

1 1 1/4 1/4 2 1 1 1 1 1 cup cup cup cup cup

pheasant, boiled and deboned chopped onions mayonnaise broth from cooked pheasant pie crust stick of butter or margarine melted buttermilk or plain milk self-raising flour.

Cut up pheasant and put in bottom of large baking dish, sprinkle onions and celery over pheasant. Slice eggs over this mixture and season with pepper. Mix mayonnaise and soup together and spread over top. Pour broth over mixture, let stand a few minutes before putting on crust. Pie crust Beat all together until smooth and spread on top of pie with spoon. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until crust has browned and pie is bubbly. the Bird Dog Retriever News Cookbook Dennis Guldan publisher@Bird-Dog-News.Com Bird Dog Retriever News, 563 17th Ave NW, New Brighton, MN 55112, Ph/Fx 612-636-8045ÿ Yield: 4 servings

Page 134

BIRD DOG RETRIEVER NEWS ROAST DUCK WITH PECAN STUFFING

2 2 2 2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/4 1 1 1 1/2 1/2 cup teaspoon cup teaspoon cup tablespoon

whole dressed ducks lemon juice stalks celery chopped dry bread crumbs sticks margarine salt teaspoons black pepper onion diced chicken bouillon thyme pecans; chopped

First make the stuffing by cooking the celery and onion in a skillet with one half stick of margarine until onion becomes limp, then combine the breadcrumbs, pecans, one half teaspoon salt, one fourth teaspoon pepper, thyme and enough bouillon to obtain the desired moisture to the skillet ingredients. Now rub the ducks inside and out with the remaining margarine, salt, pepper and lemon juice then place the stuffing inside the ducks and wrap them in foil. Next Place the ducks in a 325 degree oven and bake them for one and one half hours, then uncover and baste them with margarine and bake another one half hour uncovered, or until the ducks become golden brown. the Bird Dog Retriever News Cookbook Dennis Guldan publisher@Bird-Dog-News.Com Bird Dog Retriever News, 563 17th Ave NW, New Brighton, MN 55112, Ph/Fx 612-636-8045ÿ Yield: 4 servings

Page 135

BISON AND SWEET POTATO STEW

1 1/2 1/4 1 1/2 3 2 2 1 1 1 3 1/4 8

lb. tsp. tsp. tsp. c. tsp. whole dried stick lg. c. wild

bison stew meat salt pepper oil peeled sweet potatoes, cut into 1'; pieces finely chopped garlic cloves bay leaf cinnamon onion, cut into eighths stewed tomatoes, undrained plums, cut in half chopped fresh cilantro or parsley

Cut bison into 1' pieces. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Heat oil in large skillet over medium high heat. Brown meat, stirring occasionally, until browned on all sides. Mix meat and remaining ingredients except plums and cilantro or parsley, in 4 to 5 quart crockpot. Cover and cook on Low 8 hours or until meat is tender. Stir in wild plums. Cover and cook on Low about 15 minutes, or until plums are tender. Discard cloves, bay leaf and cinnamon stick. Sprinkle cilantro or parsley over stew for garnish.

Page 136

BISON STEAK WITH WILD RICE DRESSING
By: Dave Carter 1 2 1 1 1/2 1/2 5 6 1 1/4 6 2 6 cup cups tsp. lb. cup cup tbsp. slices cup tsp. buffalo cups tbsp. wild rice, uncooked water salt ground buffalo onions, finely chopped mushrooms, sliced oil french bread, crusts removed and cu; bed hot beef stock or bouillon sage freshly ground pepper t-bone or rib steaks red wine butter

Wash rice, cover with water, add 1/2 tsp. Salt, bring to a boil, cover and cook over low heat about 45 minutes. Drain well. Preheat over to 300 degrees F. Brown ground buffalo, onions, and mushrooms in 2 tbsp. oil. Place bread in bowl, cover with stock and let stand till soft. Stir in rice, meat mixture, remaining 1/2 tsp. salt, sage and pepper. Place in greased 2-quart casserole, cover and bake 1 hour. Par broil buffalo steaks quickly in heavy skillets over medium high heat. Transfer steaks to a hot platter. Deglaze skillet with the wine, add butter. Stir thoroughly and pour over steaks. Serve with dressing and fresh cranberries.

Page 137

BISON STEW

2 3 6 8 12 2 2 1/2 2 1/2

lb medium oz oz tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon cup

cubed bison meat potatoes, peeled carrots, peeled and sliced can peeled tomatoes can tomato sauce cooking oil onions, chopped pepper salt water (if needed)

Brown meat in small amount of oil in large kettle or Dutch oven, then add onions and cook until golden. Add tomato sauce, carrots, peeled tomatoes, seasonings and cover. Cook one hour over very low heat. Add potatoes and 1/2 cup water, if needed. Cover and cook 1/2 hour over very low heat. (For a variation: transfer mixture to a baking dish and top with rich biscuits. Place in hot oven at 425-F until biscuits are toasty brown.) From: Sallie Krebs Yield: 1 batch

Page 138

BISON STEW WITH WHITE BEANS AND WILD RICE

1 1/2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 3/4 1 1/2 1 1 3/4 1 3/4 1

lb cup cup tablespoon tablespoon cup cup cup cup cup cup large

bison stew meat (or beef) red wine (australian shiraz works well) beef broth bay leaf red chile paste (thai) cloves garlic (minced) tomato paste shiitake mushrooms white onions (diced) cooked white beans cooked wild rice (i prefer potatoes) diced turnip (i prefer carrot) diced parsnip tomato (diced)

Place Bison for stew in soup pot and add wine, tomato paste, chili paste, broth and garlic. Simmer, covered until meat is tender. Medium heat, approximately 45 minutes. Add vegetables and starches, simmer until just cooked. Finish with salt and pepper to taste and chopped Marjoram. by: Lofton Ridge Deer Farm, Chicago City, MN 1 Tbsp. fresh Marjoram (or dry - essential ingredient, best if fresh) From: "All About Computers" <@bigpond.C Yield: 4 servings

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BISTECCA CON ZUCCHINE MARINATE E CIPPOLE

3 2 1/2 1/2 1 1/2 1/2 2 2

medium medium cup cup cup cup cup large

zucchini onions - white vinegar - balsamic vinegar - balsamic: raspberry vinegar - red wine olive oil - extra virgin beef stock beef or buffalo steaks

(Steak With Zucchini Marinated in Balsamic Vinegar) PREPARING THE MARINATED ZUCCHINI, ONIONS AND MEAT Peel and cut the zucchini into 1/2 inch rounds. Slice the onions as thinly as you can. Place both in a stainless steel mixing bowl to which is added all of the ingredients except the beef stock and the meat. Mix to coat the vegetables. Cover with plastic wrap and let marinate in the refrigerator for 12-24 hours. Mix the marinade every 3 hours or so. While the vegetables are marinating, place the meat in a shallow pan and coat with olive oil. Press freshly ground pepper into each side and add 1/4 cup of balsamic vinegar to the pan. One side of the meat should be in the marinade. Refrigerate and turn every 4-6 hours PREPARING THE DISH Strain the marinated vegetables, reserving the liquid. Pat them dry and place them in a heavy fry pan to which 3-4 tablespoons of olive oil have been added. Cook over high heat for 6-7 minutes, stirring during most of this time. Remove from the pan and set aside. Using the same fry pan, add 2 Tablespoons of olive oil and sear the meat for 2 minutes on each side. At the end of this time, add the zucchini, the onions and the marinade to the pan and continue cooking over medium high heat for 5 minutes. Turn the meat over and cook an additional 5 minutes. Depending upon the thickness of the meat, the meat should be medium to medium rare at the end of these cooking times. Lengthen or shorten the time according to your taste. Place each steak on a heated plate, and spoon half of the now reduced marinade and vegetables over each one. Serve. From: Karen Kas <kas@eisa.net.au> Round The World By Food Mail List Yield: 4 servings

Page 140

BLACK BEAN SOUP & CHIVE BLOSSOMS W/ HOMEMADE TORTILLA CHI

----BLACK BEAN SOUP---1 1 1 3 1 1 1/4 10 4 1 1 1/2 1 1 1 1 cup cup teaspoon teaspoon cup lb tablespoon cup dried black beans unsalted butter finely chopped wild onions garlic cloves, peeled and crushed salt black pepper water ----HOMEMEADE TORTILLA CHIPS---corn tortillas (6 diameter) sunflower oil coarsely ground blue cornmeal purple chive blossoms, chopped chives and sour cream for garnish

Soak the beans overnight in water to cover. The next day, drain the beans. Melt the butter in a large saucepan over medium heat, add the wild onions and saute until translucent, about 3 minutes. Add the garlic, saute 1 more minute, and add the drained beans, salt, pepper, and 4 cups of the water. Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce the heat and simmer, covered, 30 minutes, stirring occasionally to avaoid burning the beans. Add 4 more cups water and cook, uncovered, another 30 minutes, again stirring occasionally. Add the remaining 2 cups water and cook 20 minutes, until the beans are soft but still firm. While the beans are cooking, prepare the tortilla chips. Stack the tortillas on a work surface. With a sharp knife, cut the round tortillas into 3 interlocking triangles. Heat the oil over medium hihg heat in a skillet until it is very hot but not smoking. Carefully place each tortilla triangle in the oil; be careful of splatters. Allow the tortillas to cook 30 seconds and, with a fork, turn the tortillas over, then repeat the process with the remaining tortillas. Remove the chips from the oil and dip a corner of each chip into the blue cornmeal. Place on a paper towel to drain off excess oil. Garnish the soup with the chips, purple chive blossoms, and chopped chives. Serve hot with the sour cream on the side. From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank From: Sam Lefkowitz Date: 09-04-95 Home Cooking

Yield: 6 servings

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BLACK BEAN SOUP AND CHIVE BLOSSOMS W/ HOMEMADE TORTILLA C

----BLACK BEAN SOUP---1 1 1 3 1 1 1/4 10 4 1 1 1/2 1 1 1 1 cup cup teaspoon teaspoon cup lb tablespoon cup dried black beans unsalted butter finely chopped wild onions garlic cloves, peeled and crushed salt black pepper water ----HOMEMEADE TORTILLA CHIPS---corn tortillas (6 diameter) sunflower oil coarsely ground blue cornmeal purple chive blossoms, chopped chives and sour cream for garnish

Soak the beans overnight in water to cover. The next day, drain the beans. Melt the butter in a large saucepan over medium heat, add the wild onions and saute until translucent, about 3 minutes. Add the garlic, saute 1 more minute, and add the drained beans, salt, pepper, and 4 cups of the water. Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce the heat and simmer, covered, 30 minutes, stirring occasionally to avaoid burning the beans. Add 4 more cups water and cook, uncovered, another 30 minutes, again stirring occasionally. Add the remaining 2 cups water and cook 20 minutes, until the beans are soft but still firm. While the beans are cooking, prepare the tortilla chips. Stack the tortillas on a work surface. With a sharp knife, cut the round tortillas into 3 interlocking triangles. Heat the oil over medium hihg heat in a skillet until it is very hot but not smoking. Carefully place each tortilla triangle in the oil; be careful of splatters. Allow the tortillas to cook 30 seconds and, with a fork, turn the tortillas over, then repeat the process with the remaining tortillas. Remove the chips from the oil and dip a corner of each chip into the blue cornmeal. Place on a paper towel to drain off excess oil. Garnish the soup with the chips, purple chive blossoms, and chopped chives. Serve hot with the sour cream on the side. From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank From: Sam Lefkowitz Date: 09-04-95 Home Cooking

Yield: 6 servings

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BLACK LAVA VENISON SOUP

1/2 1 1 1 2 4 1 6 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1/2 2

cup lb lb teaspoon medium centiliter tablespoon cup cup cup

corn oil chorizo sausage; chopped venison back roast; chopped salt onions; chopped garlic; roasted & chopped celery seeds water black turtle beans; cooked tomatoes; cooked & chopped bay leaves any combination of the . following to suit your . taste:

small medium small tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon

negro, ancho or pasilla . pepper; roasted & chopped poblano or mulato peppers . roasted & chopped jalapeno pepper; roasted & . chopped ground cumin chili powder; roasted freshly ground pepper epazote or oregano; chopped

Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium-high flame, and add the chorizo, cooking and stirring quickly to sear in the juices. Spoon the chorizo over to one edge of the skillet, and add the venison bits, stirring and cooking quickly. Add half of the salt to the cooking meat, stir well, and spoon to one side. Add the onions, garlic and celery seeds. Cook thoroughly, stirring well. Cover and rest this while you prepare the next part. In a deep pot, place the water, beans, tomatoes and bay leaves, and cook over medium heat, moderating it to a slow, bubbling boil for 20 minutes, covered. Stir occasionally. Add the hot meat mixture to the vegetable and bean pot, stirring thoroughly. Add all the remaining ingredients, blending carefully, and simmer for 15 minutes. Serve hot with additional hot sauce, cold sour cream, spicy popcorn or your favorite salsaa and breads. This soup is even better made in the morning and served in the evening, as the flavors mingle and develop a wonderful fragrance. The "hot lava" look of this soup is wonderfully enhanced by surrounding it with bright bowls of diced, colorful bell peppers, red onions, diced celery and whole, fresh cranberries that can be used as garnishes. Makes about 10 servings. "Enduring Harvests: Native American Foods & Festivals for Every Season" by E. Barrie Kavasch The Globe Pequot Press, Old Saybrook,

Page 145 Connecticut ISBN = 1-56440-737-3 Scanned and formatted for you by The WEE Scot -- paul macGregor Yield: 10 servings

BLUE CORN DUMPLINGS IN POTATO NESTS WITH RED

----POTATO BASKET---3 1 4 1/2 1 2 1/2 2 1 3/4 2 1 3 cup teaspoon cup teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon cup cup cup cup large russet potatoes, peeled and julienned vegetable oil salt ----BLUE CORN DUMPLINGS---blue cornmeal baking powder salt sugar unsalted butter, melted milk chicken stock water red chile sauce

Line the larger basket in a set of long handled potato nest baskets with potato strips and then place the smaller basket inside, on top of the potatoes. Heat the oil in a large pot over high heat and sumberge the baskets in oil. Fry about 1 minute, or until the potatoes turn golden brown. Remove the top basket and carefully remove the potato nest. Drain on paper towels. Repeat the process until you have 6 potato baskets, or until all the potato strips have been used. Sprinkle with salt and set aside. To make the dumplings, sift the blue cornmeal, baking powder, salt and sugar together in a bowl. Add the butter and milk and mix well, making a stiff but moist batter. Let rest 10 minutes. Meanwhile, in a saucepan, boil together the chicken stock and water over high heat, then reduce the heat to a low simmer. After the batter has rested, make almond shaped dumplings with 2 tablespoons, evening off each side of the dumpling with one of the spoons. Dropthe dumplings into the simmering stock, cover the pot, and cook 3 to 4 minutes, until tender and thoroughly cooked. Drain. Heat the Red Chile Sauce over moderate heat. Spoon about 1/2 cup onto each place, place a potato basket on top, and 2 to 3 dumplings inside. From: Sam Lefkowitz Cooking Yield: 18 servings Date: 09-04-95 Home

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BLUE CORN DUMPLINGS IN POTATO NESTS WITH RED CHILE SAUCE

----POTATO BASKET---3 1 4 1/2 1 2 1/2 2 1 3/4 2 1 3 cup teaspoon cup teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon cup cup cup cup large russet potatoes, peeled and julienned vegetable oil salt ----BLUE CORN DUMPLINGS---blue cornmeal baking powder salt sugar unsalted butter, melted milk chicken stock water red chile sauce

Line the larger basket in a set of long handled potato nest baskets with potato strips and then place the smaller basket inside, on top of the potatoes. Heat the oil in a large pot over high heat and sumberge the baskets in oil. Fry about 1 minute, or until the potatoes turn golden brown. Remove the top basket and carefully remove the potato nest. Drain on paper towels. Repeat the process until you have 6 potato baskets, or until all the potato strips have been used. Sprinkle with salt and set aside. To make the dumplings, sift the blue cornmeal, baking powder, salt and sugar together in a bowl. Add the butter and milk and mix well, making a stiff but moist batter. Let rest 10 minutes. Meanwhile, in a saucepan, boil together the chicken stock and water over high heat, then reduce the heat to a low simmer. After the batter has rested, make almond shaped dumplings with 2 tablespoons, evening off each side of the dumpling with one of the spoons. Dropthe dumplings into the simmering stock, cover the pot, and cook 3 to 4 minutes, until tender and thoroughly cooked. Drain. Heat the Red Chile Sauce over moderate heat. Spoon about 1/2 cup onto each place, place a potato basket on top, and 2 to 3 dumplings inside. From: Sam Lefkowitz Cooking Yield: 18 servings Date: 09-04-95 Home

Page 147

BOILED CORN PUDDING

4 2 1 1/2 2 1 1 1 1 1

cup tablespoon cup cup tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon can

chicken or fish broth butter oatmeal all-purpose flour baking powder sugar salt corn niblets or lye corn egg milk

Bring the chicken or fish broth to boil with the butter. Stir together the cornmeal, flour, baking powder, sugar and salt. Stir together the undrained corn niblets or lye corn, egg and milk. Add all at once to the flour mixture. Mix well. Pour by spoonfuls into the boiling broth. Lower the heat. Cover and simmer 15 to 18 minutes. Uncover and serve the thick pudding to replace potatoes. NOTES : A fish head stock is equally as good as a chicken broth. A surprising recipe I learned from a Manitoba Indian. We eat it as a lunch with green salad or coleslaw or as a vegetable with roast pork or goose. Lei's Note: I believe lye corn is called hominy in USA. Recipe by: The Canadiana Cookbook/Mme Jehane Benoit/1970 Posted to TNT - Prodigy's Recipe Exchange Newsletter by Bill & Leilani Devries <devriesb@cyberbeach.net> on Aug 28, 1997 Yield: 1 servings

Page 148

BRAISED BREAST OF WHITEBILL

1 1 3/4 1 1/4 1/8 1/4 1 1 3 1 3 1 1/2 tablespoon cup teaspoon cup teaspoon cup pinch tablespoon tablespoon large tablespoon cup

breast meat of 6 whitebills flour chopped onions black pepper chopped mushrooms nutmeg chopped celery thyme chopped parsley butter or oil ripe tomato sherry wine clear consomme

Soak meat 15 minutes in cold salted water, dry, dredge in well-seasoned flour, place in hot skillet with melted butter, and brown quickly (5 to 6 minutes). Add consomm=E9, onions, celery, parsley and tomato. Reduce heat, and cook 2 to 5 minutes or until all ingredients are tender. Add sherry wine, and salt to taste. Serves four. Karl Saarni karlos@ix.netcom.com rec.hunting Yield: 1 servings

Page 149

BRAISED CARIBOU IN SOUR CREAM

5 1 3 1 4 1 1/2 2 1 2 1 1/2 1/2 2 2 2 1 1/2 1

lb tablespoon

2 1/2 thick rump or bottom round of caribou lard or bacon fat onion carrots, sliced thick cloves garlic, sliced

cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon cup

red wine bouillon bay leaves rosemary savory thyme catsup butter flour sour cream salt and pepper to taste

Brown the caribou well in the fat on both sides over medium heat in a casserole dish. When second side is nearly browned, add the onions, carrots, and garlic and saute until onions are soft. Add the liquids, the herbs, and catsup, and bring to a boil. Turn down the fire and simmer for 1 1/2 hours or until meat is done. Add water if it cooks down too much. In a skillet melt butter, stir in the flour, and cook gently a minute or two. Pour off the liquid from the casserole, and off heat stir into the butter- flour mixture. Return to a medium flame, let it slowly thicken, stirring all the while. Stir in the sour cream and heat but do not allow the sauce to boil. Season with salt and pepper. Serves about 6 Bon Appetit... Karl(KE3NF) From: TheOutdoorGourmet@onelist.com From: "Karl E. Moser (Ke3nf)" <karl-M@hdate: Thu, 24 Jun 1999 09:13:50 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

Page 150

BRAISED GAME BIRDS

2 2 1 1/4 2 1/4 1/2 2 1/4 1 1

tablespoon lb cup cup tablespoon teaspoon cup tablespoon cup

olive oil to 3 lb game birds, cut in pieces wildfowl stock, cooled slightly fro; m boiling * wild onions, sauteed and chopped honey rosemary yogurt flour milk pepper to taste * {i've posted this in another mess; age}

Here's another recipe designed to reduce the toughest and oldest game birds to tender, succulent meat. Whenever Parp comes home with an odd assortment of game birds, this is how he prepares them. Preheat oven to 325F. Heat olive oil in a heavy skillet, 1 tablespoon at a time, and lightly brown the game bird pieces. Place the browned pieces in a baking dish. Add Wildfowl Stock, sauteed onions, and honey. Sprinkle Rosemary in top. Cover and bake for 1 hour. Remove cover and add yogurt by the spoonful. Return to oven and bake, uncovered, for an additional 20 minutes. Remove meat from baking dish. Blend flour and milk in a jar. Blend this mixture into the pan liquid. Simmer over moderate heat for 5 minutes. Pour sauce over meat and serve with Steamed Wild Rice. Yield: 4 servings. Posted by Stephen Ceideburg Feb 6 1990. Yield: 2 servings

Page 151

BRAISED RABBIT BRUNSWICK STEW

1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 4 1 1

small teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon

rabbit -- (1 to 2 lb.) basil -- chopped chervil -- chopped lemon thyme -- chopped salt and pepper -- to taste butter -- clarified red onion -- pared, halved carrot -- (batonette) celery rib -- (batonette) red potatoes -- cut in quarters

quart oz tablespoon

brown chicken stock lima beans -- shelled tomato concassee -- * see note

* tomato concassee--skinned, seeded, finely chopped tomato pulp basil, chervil, lemon thyme, chopped, to taste Remove hind legs from rabbit; remove thigh bones. Combine herbs; sprinkle in thigh cavity. Season with salt and pepper; reserve. Trim off belly and front legs; cold smoke using desired wood for about 1 hour. Season rabbit loin; dice smoked pieces. Place butter in large pan; heat until hot. Add loin and smoked pieces; sear on all sides. Remove from pan; reserve. Place onion, carrot and celery in pan; cook until onion is caramelized. Return rabbit loin, smoked pieces and thigh to pan; add potatoes, stock and lima beans. Heat to boiling; cover. Place in 210 degree F oven; braise for 30 to 40 minutes. Remove rabbit loin, thighs, celery, carrot, onion and potatoes; reserve hot. Strain stock; place lima beans and smoked pieces in saute pan. Add tomato concassee and pinch of herbs; saute lightly. Add herbs to stock; heat until hot. Adjust seasoning. Serves: 2 TO SERVE: Debone loin; reserve meat warm. Arrange celery and carrot batons on warm platter; lay thighs over. Arrange potatoes in two rows; place lima bean mixture in space between rows. Lay loins on beans. Pour stock over all. Serve with cornbread. NOTES: Season: Fall, WinterFood Cost: Low History: Braised Rabbit Brunswick Stew was a restaurant platter for two prepared by Team USA Southeast for the IKA cold food competition at Frankfurt. Recipe By : "Jessica A. Walton" <ryanja@WKUVX1.WKU.EDU>

Yield: 2 servings

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BRAISED RABBIT IN REISLING WITH TOMATOES, RAPINI AND CREM

2 1 2 3 1/2 2 3 1 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1/4 1 1 2 1 4 12 1/2 1/4 teaspoon cup oz cup cup cup tablespoon tablespoon cup

rabbits marinade: shallots; peeled and thinly sl dijon mustard reisling wine bay leaves chopped basil braise: salt and freshly ground pepp er flour carrot; peeled and thinly sl celery, thinly sliced leek; thinly sliced chopped tomatoes, fresh or canned reisling wine half a split pigs foot or so rabbit or chicken stock garnish: blanched rapini red teardrop or cherry tomatoes, cu; t in ha chopped garlic creme fraiche

Recipe by: CHEF DU JOUR JODY ADAMS SHOW #DJ9329; TVFN Marinating the rabbit: Butcher the rabbit into 2 legs, 2 forearms and 2 loi Combine the marinade ingredients together and add the rabbit pieces. Marinate overnight. Save the bones for a stock. Braising the rabbit: Heat large frying pans with oil. Drain the rabbit piec and save the marinade. Set the loins aside. Season the legs and forearms with salt and pepper and sprinkle with flour. Sear on each side until browned. Put the pieces in a braising pan. Wipe out the frying pans, add a little more oil and cook the vegetables until golden. Deglaze with the wine. Add the vegetables and wine to the rabbit. Add remaining marinade, the tomatoes, pigs foot and enough chic stock to come 1/2 way up the meat. Braise 30-40 minutes or until the legs are tender. Rem the legs and set aside. Strain the braising juices. Sear the loin and slice on the diagonal into 1-inch slices. Reheat legs and forelegs in the braising juices. Meanwhile, heat a frying pan over high heat. Add olive oil and sear the rapini. Season with salt and pepper and cook 10 minutes. Add the tomatoes and garlic and cook an additional 5 minutes To serve, arrange a foreleg and a back leg on each of warm plates. Distribute the loin pieces around the legs and top with the rapini and tomatoes. Pour the sauce over t meat. Finish with a spoonful of creme fraiche. Note: Roasted red bliss potatoes are a nice accompaniment Yield: 1 servings

Page 153

BRAISED RABBIT IN WINE SAUCE

2 3/4 1 2 1 1/4 1/4 1 2 1 1/3 2 1 1

lb cup tablespoon cup lb tablespoon centiliter cup cup tablespoon teaspoon tablespoon

rabbit; in serving pieces flour butter chicken stock chopped pancetta (italian bacon) olive oil garlic; crushed mushrooms; sliced dry red wine parsley; chopped dried marjoram tomato paste

Season the rabbit with salt and pepper to taste. Place the flour in a bowl and dredge the pieces of rabbit in the flour. Pat off the excess flour, leaving a thin coating of flour on the meat. Heat a large frying pan and melt the butter. Lightly brown the rabbit on both sides and remove the meat to a 6-quart casserole. Deglaze the pan with 1/4 cup of the chicken stock and add to the casserole. Heat the frying pan again and brown the pancetta until clear. Add the pancetta to the casserole. Heat the pan again and add the oil, garlic, and onion. Saute until the onion is tender. Add the mushrooms, saute 2 minutes, and add the remaining ingredients, including the remaining chicken stock. Stir together until the tomato paste dissolves. Pour over every thing in the casserole. Bring to a simmer and cover. Simmer gently 35 minutes, turning the meat a couple of times. Turn off the heat and leave covered for ten minutes to allow the meat to relax. Add salt and pepper to taste if needed. Option: debone any leftover meat and sauce and use as a sauce for pasta. "The Frugal Gourmet Cooks Italian", Jeff Smith, 1993 Typos by Jeff Pruett Uncle Dirty Dave's Archives From: Dave Drum Yield: 2 to 4 svngs Date: 02-03-04

Page 154

BRAISED RABBIT IN WINE SAUCE - FGCI

2 3/4 1 2 1 1/4 1/4 1 2 1 1/3 2 1 1

lb cup tablespoon cup lb tablespoon centiliter cup cup tablespoon teaspoon tablespoon

rabbit; cut into serving pieces flour butter chicken stock chopped pancetta (italian bacon) olive oil garlic; crushed mushrooms; sliced dry red wine parsley; chopped dried marjoram tomato paste

: Season the rabbit with salt and pepper to taste. Place the flour in a bowl and dredge the pieces of rabbit in the flour. Pat off the excess flour, leaving a thin coating of flour on the meat. Heat a large frying pan and melt the butter. Lightly brown the rabbit on both sides and remove the meat to a 6-quart casserole. Deglaze the pan with 1/4 cup of the chicken stock and add to the casserole. : Heat the frying pan again and brown the pancetta until clear. Add the pancetta to the casserole. Heat the pan again and add the oil, garlic, and onion. Saute until the onion is tender. Add the mushrooms, saute 2 minutes, and add the remaining ingredients, including the remaining chicken stock. Stir together until the tomato paste dissolves. Pour over everything in the casserole. Bring to a simmer and cover. Simmer gently 35 minutes, turning the meat a couple of times. Turn off the heat and leave covered for ten minutes to allow the meat to relax. Add salt and pepper to taste if needed. Option: debone any leftover meat and sauce and use as a sauce for pasta. "The Frugal Gourmet Cooks Italian", Jeff Smith, 1993. William Morrow & Co. ISBN 0-688-07591-6. Typos by Jeff Pruett. From: Jeff Pruett Date: 12 Jan 97 National Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 2 to 4 svngs

Page 155

BRAISED RABBIT RAGU

2 1 1 1 1 4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 1/2 2 1/2 4 1 1/2 1 2 3 1 2 1 1/4 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 oz teaspoon cup tablespoon tablespoon cup oz teaspoon teaspoon cup cup tablespoon tablespoon cup cup cup tablespoon cup cup

frying rabbits; cut into pieces flour salt and freshly ground pepper olive oil onions; chopped carrot; chopped celery; chopped garlic; chopped tomatoes; chopped <<or>> diced tomatoes in juice (canned) fresh rosemary leaves chopped fresh thyme whole fennel seed hearty red wine rich chicken stock for the mushrooms-dried porcini, rehydrated coarsely chopped shallots; minced wild mushrooms; thickly sliced slivered sundried tomatoes (optional) nicoise olives; pitted, sliced grated lemon zest polenta; (recipe follows) gorgonzola cheese; cut bite size cubes garnish-fresh chopped basil leaves

"Braised Rabbit Ragu w/Wild Mushrooms Over Soft Polenta w/Gogonzola Cheese" Dust the rabbit with flour and season liberally with salt and pepper. Add 2 tablespoons olive oil to an oven proof pan and brown rabbit pieces on all sides. Remove rabbit and set aside. Add onions, carrots, celery and garlic to pan and cook until just beginning to brown. Add tomatoes, herbs, fennel seed, wine and stock and bring to a boil. Add rabbit, cover and place in a preheated 350 degree oven for 50 to 60 minutes or until rabbit is very tender and falling off the bone. Strain reserving all of the braising juices. Remove rabbit and discard bones and braising vegetables. Set rabbit meat aside. Place juices in a saucepan and reduce over high heat by 1/2 or until lightly thickened. Season with salt and pepper and keep warm. While braising liquid is reducing, prepare mushrooms. Add porcini,

Page 156 shallots and remaining 2 tablespoons olive oil to a saute pan and quickly saute until just beginning to color. Add fresh mushrooms and saute until softened. Stir in tomatoes, olives and lemon zest and season to taste with salt and pepper. Set aside and keep warm. Spoon polenta in a large shallow bowl and make a well in the center. Place a portion of gorgonzola in center and top with boned rabbit and the mushroom mixture. Ladle reduced sauce over and around and sprinkle chopped basil over all. Serve immediately. Polenta: 1 quart chicken or vegetable stock, or water 1 cup coarse polenta corn meal 1/4 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley Salt and freshly ground pepper In a heavy saucepan bring stock to a boil. Stir in polenta slowly to prevent lumps. Reduce heat to low and with a wooden spoon stir regularly to prevent polenta from burning. Continue stirring and cooking for 15 to 20 minutes or until polenta is tender. Stir in cheese, parsley and season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve immediately. If too thick, stir in a little more stock. Recipe by: JOHN ASH SHOW #JA9756 Yield: 6 servings

Page 157

BRAISED RABBIT WITH POLENTA

1/4 1 2 3 4 1 4 1 1 1 1 1/2 1 2 1 1

cup large slice

olive oil onion; sliced bacon; diced bay leaves fresh sage leaves; chopped

teaspoon large

fresh rosemary; chopped whole cloves rabbit 3-4 lb; in serving pieces ; s&p

tablespoon cup cup

tomato paste dry white wine chicken stock; or canned chicken broth polenta (recipe follows)

In large casserole, heat olive oil; add onion, bacon, bay leaves, sage, rosemary, and cloves. Saute, stirring, until onion is wilted, about 4 minutes. Season rabbit pieces to taste. Add rabbit to casserole; brown lightly, about 3 minutes a side. Add tomato paste and wine. Stir, scraping bottom of pan. Add stock. Simmer partly covered until rabbit is cooked, about 40 min. Remove rabbit to a platter and keep warm. Strain sauce and return it to a clean pan. Bring it to a boil, and reduce for 5 min. Adjust seasonings. Pour sauce over rabbit, and serve with polenta. Adapted from Lidia Bastianich, Felidia, Manhattan New York Times, 10-29-97 From: Michael Loo Yield: 4 servings Date: 08 Dec 97

Page 158

BRAISED VENISON PEPPER STEAK

1 1/2 1 2 4 1 1 2 1 1/4 1/4 1 1 1/2 1/4

lb tablespoon oz cup tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon cup

venison steak shoulder or round steak cooking oil can mushrooms water beef bouillon cube soy sauce sugar garlic salt pepper green pepper, cut in strips flour water

Marinate meat overnight, remove from refrigerator, cut steak into 1/4 inch thick strips, brown meat in cooking oil. Add mushrooms, one cup water, bouillon cube, soy sauce, sugar garlic salt, and pepper, Cover and cook five minutes. Add green pepper strips, cover, and cook an additional 3 min. Mix flour and 1/4 cup water, add to skillet and stir until thickened. Serve over noodles or rice. Serves 4 From: Helen <hstm@nbnet.Nb.Ca> ~0400 Yield: 4 servings Date: Sun, 15 Feb 1998 22:44:55

Page 159

BRAISED WILD DUCK BREASTS

4 4 1 1/2 1/2 1 1 1 1/2 10 1/2 1/2 cup oz cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

duck breasts; whole bacon strips dried parsley dried thyme marjoram salt freshly ground coarse black pepper bay leaf onion; coarsely chopped can mushrooms and juice sven's glogg* chicken stock

* A spiced wine, which see, or sub red wine that has had a pinch each orange peel, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves and anise steeped in it. Pre-heat oven to 400. Place the skinned breasts in a casserole. Lay 2 half strips of bacon over each breast. Sprinkle the seasonings over the birds and then the onions and mushrooms. Pour the mushroom juice, wine and a little stock over all and cover the casserole. Bake for 20 minutes. Reduce the oven temperature to 300 and bake for a further 45 minutes. This dish tastes even better if it is allowed to cool slowly with the breasts marinading in the stock and re-heated the next day for serving. Alternatively the cold cooked breasts can be boned; the stock thickened with cornstarch or flour and the breast medallions heated briefly in the simmering gravy and served on toast. An original recipe by Jim Weller. Yield: 4 servings

Page 160

BRAISED WILD DUCK BREASTS IN A SPICED WINE SAUCE

4 4 1 1 1/2 1/2 1 1 1 1/2 10 1/2 1/2 cup oz cup cup centiliter teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

duck breasts; whole, with ribs and back bacon strips garlic; finely minced dried parsley dried thyme marjoram salt freshly ground coarse black pepper bay leaf onion; coarsely chopped can mushrooms and juice sven's glogg* chicken stock

* A spiced wine, which see, or sub red wine that has had a pinch each orange peel, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves and anise steeped in it. Pre-heat oven to 400. Place the skinned breasts in a casserole. Lay 2 half strips of bacon over each breast. Sprinkle the seasonings over the birds and then the onions and mushrooms. Pour the mushroom juice, wine and a little stock over all and cover the casserole. Bake for 20 minutes. Reduce the oven temperature to 300 and bake for a further 55 minutes. This dish tastes even better if it is allowed to cool slowly with the breasts marinading in the stock and re-heated the next day for serving. Alternatively the cold cooked breasts can be boned; the stock thickened with cornstarch or flour and the breast medallions heated briefly in the simmering gravy and served on toast. An original recipe by Jim Weller. Yield: 4 servings

Page 161

BRASILEIRA PICADILLO

3/4 1/4 1/2 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1 1/4 1 1/2

lb lb cup cup

ground ostrich lean ground pork raisins beef broth clove garlic, minced scallions, finely chopped

teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoon small teaspoon cup

salt freshly ground black pepper stewed tomatoes vinegar hot pepper, finely chopped ground cumin pinch of cloves blanched almonds, slivered

Soak raisins in heated beef broth. Heat 2 tbsp vegetable or olive oil in a saucepan and saute the garlic, scallions, ostrich and pork for five minutes. Add the remainig ingredients, except the almonds, to the broth. Simmer for 30 minutes. Add the meat mixture, stir in the almonds. Serve hot with rice. From: Scott Jones Yield: 1 servings Date: Sun, 06-0

Page 162

BREAST OF PHEASANT WITH GRAPES AND PINE NUTS

3 1/2 6 1 1 1 2 1 1 8 8 4 4 8 1 4 4 1 oz oz oz oz oz tablespoon cup can cup

2-pound olive oil cloves garlic; peeled and chopped soy sauce heavy cream cream of mushroom soup, condensed; (10-ounce cans) fresh mushrooms butter flour pine nuts green grapes; cut in halves shallots fluid ounces dry sherry pheasants

STEP ONE: Preparation of the Pheasant-- With a sharp knife, remove the two breasts from the center bone and also all the meat from the legs. Remove all the skin and excess fat. Place the pheasant breasts and legs in a ceramic dish. Reserve the bones for another dish. Marinate with the garlic, soy sauce, and olive oil, overnight if possible. STEP TWO: Preparation of the Dish-- Melt the butter in a heavy skillet, season the pheasant with salt and pepper, dip in flour, and saute over low heat until light brown. Remove from skillet and place pheasant on a heated platter. Add more butter to the pan, if necessary, and add the onions and simmer. Combine with the fresh mushrooms, mushroom soup, sherry wine, heavy cream, and grapes and bring to a boil. Garnish with pine nuts and ladle over the pheasants. Serve with fettuccine. Recipe by: Joe Mannke of Rotisserie for Beef and Bird, Houston, TX Yield: 6 servings

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BREAST OF PHEASANT WITH ORANGE AND GINGER SAUCE

4 1 6 1 4 1 1/3 1 1 1 1 3 1/4 1 3/4 3 1 3/4 2 3/4 1 1 cup cup cup cup tablespoon cup tablespoon drop tablespoon cup cup oz oz

boned and skinned pheasant breasts thinly sliced fresh mozzarella thinly sliced prosciutto or other good ham mixed chopped herbs such as parsley, chives and/or basil salt and freshly ground pepper unsalted butter chopped shallots or green onions chopped mushrooms rich chicken stock dry white wine fresh orange juice chopped fresh ginger heavy cream grated orange zest fresh lemon juice

Place breasts between layers of plastic wrap and very gently pound to flatten each breast evenly. Place slices of mozzarella and prosciutto on each to cover breast. Sprinkle chopped herbs over all and season lightly with salt and pepper. Fold each breast in half and skewer together. Set aside. Prepare the sauce by sauteing the shallots and mushrooms in 1 Tbs of butter until lightly colored. Add the stock, wine, orange juice and ginger and cook over high heat until reduced by half. Add cream and reduce again to a light sauce consistency. Strain carefully and add orange zest, salt, pepper and drops of lemon juice to taste. Keep warm. Add remaining 2 tablespoons of butter and 1 tablespoon of oil to a saute pan and saute prepared breasts over moderate heat, browning on both sides. Place on warm plates and spoon prepared sauce around. Yield: 4 servings SOURCE: John Ash Cooking Show Copyright 1997, TV FOOD NETWORK SHOW #JA9759 From: Dave Drum National Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 1 servings Date: 11 May 97

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BRENDA'S BRAISED BEAR

1/2 1/2 1 1/2 4 2

teaspoon teaspoon dash teaspoon can

garlic salt onion salt pepper chili powder onions -- sliced tomato soup

Marinate bear steak overnight. Dry and sear on both sides in hot cooking oil or bacon grease. Add garlic salt, onion salt, pepper and chili powder. Cover and simmer for 2 to 3 hours, until tender. Add: onions and soup. Simmer 15 to 20 minutes more. If you wish to thicken juice for gravy, add flour. From: "Brenda Brown Starling" <bbstarlidate: Mon, 1 Mar 2004 13:28:00 ~0800 Yield: 4 servings

BRIAN'S VENISON STEAK WITH A MUSHROOM AND RED WINE SAUCE

85 2 3 4 1/2 1 tablespoon

g/3oz venison steak olive oil spring onions, chopped mushrooms, chopped beef stock cube glass of red wine

Preheat the oven to 220C/425F/Gas 7. Preheat a small frying pan and a medium frying pan. Take the venison steak and bash it flat using a meat mallet or rolling pin. Heat a little olive oil in the small frying pan. Add the venison and fry for 2 minutes, either side. Transfer to the oven for 6-8 minutes to complete cooking. Heat the remaining oil in the medium frying pan. Add the spring onions and mushrooms and saute for 3 minutes. Crumble in the beef stock and add the red wine. Turn up the heat to reduce and thicken the sauce. If the sauce is too thick or the flavour too intense, add a little boiling water. Remove the venison steak from the oven. Place on a serving plate. Pour over the mushroom and red wine sauce and serve. :by Brian Turner from Ready Steady Cook From: "Shazza" <spacetrekkers@yahoo.Comdate: Sun, 18 Jan 2004 21:59:43 ~0000 Yield: 4 servings

Page 165

BRICKED CHICKEN WITH WILD CHANTERELLE AND ASPARAGUS

2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1/8 1 1/2 1 1/2 1/2 4 2 2 1 2 1 1/2 1 1 1/2 lb cup cup cup tablespoon bunch teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoon tablespoon lb lb

whole chickens, about 3 each masonry bricks, 2 or 3 each, wrapped in aluminum foil unpeeled orange, sliced into eight crescents chopped fresh sage fresh orange zest cloves of garlic, minced fine cayenne pepper ground cumin olive oil sauce: orange juice dry sherry or vermouth chicken stock olive oil fresh asparagus spears, sliced diagonally, about inches long fresh chanterelle mushrooms, cleaned with a damp cloth and chopped into inch pieces

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Using kitchen scissors, remove the first and second joints from the wings of the two chickens and set aside. Stand the chicken upright, and using the scissors, cut down the length of the backbone on either side. Now lay the chicken flat and cut down the center of the breastbone. Now you should have two chicken halves. Repeat with the other chicken. Mix the chopped sage, orange zest, cumin, cayenne and olive oil together to make the marinade. Coat all sides of all the chicken pieces with the marinade. Stack them, placing a crescent of fresh orange between each piece. Marinate in the refrigerator for at least three or four hours, or overnight. In the meantime, roast the chicken backs and wing joints in a 325 F oven until they are golden brown. Depending on how high the sides of your roasting pan are, this may take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour. The lower the sides of your pan, the faster your chicken will brown. While the chicken is roasting, place the orange juice in a heavy saucepan over medium heat to simmer. Let it reduce in volume until it is syrupy. Add the sherry or vermouth, stirring constantly, and continue cooking for about five minutes. Add the chicken stock and bring to a boil. Add the roasted chicken backs and wings, lower to a simmer, and cook for one hour. Strain and reserve the sauce.

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Place two twelve inch skillets on the stove at high heat. Add 1 tablespoon of olive oil to each skillet, then place two chicken halves in each pan, skin side down. Cover each pair of chicken halves with one brick, then place in the oven. Roast for about 20 minutes, remove the bricks, and turn the chickens. Replace the bricks and roast for about 20 minutes more. Remove from the pan. pide the chanterelles into two halves, placing half of them in each of the two hot pans which were just used for the chickens. Saute the mushrooms for a few minutes, until they begin to soften, then add the sauce. When the sauce boils, add the asparagus tips, cook for two minutes, and add salt if necessary. Using a slotted spoon, place the mushrooms and asparagus onto four inpidual plates. Place one half-chicken on each plate, then spoon the sauce equally over each. Serve immediately. From: Hill8628 <hill8628@netzero.Net> Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2003 20:09:15 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

BRIDGET JONES'S NATIVE MAIZE SOUP
By: Native American Recipes by Bridget Jones 1 1/2 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1 1 c lb c c lb bay sm dried kidney beans or can kidney beans hominy maize/corn kernels smoked ham or fatback leaf sliced onion or 2-3 scallions water Soak dried beans overnight in water to make them soft. Put beans and fatback in a saucepan with enough water to reach about 2' above the beans. Cook for 1/2 hour. Add the hominy and stir. Cook for 15 minutes. Add the corn and stir. Slice onion to make rings. Push out the rings and lay them on top of the mixture. Put bay leaf on top of the onions and push under the liquid with a spoon. Cook for about 20 minutes then take bay leaf out and stir well. Cook for 1 1/2 hours more. Serve with corn bread or spoon bread. Yield: 6 servings

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BRILL'S NETTLE PILAF

2 1 1 2 4 2 1 2 1/2 1/4

tablespoon cup cup large cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

olive oil or corn oil quinoa seeds amaranth seeds cloves of garlic, chopped boiling vegetable stock stinging nettle leaves, chopped vege-sal nutmeg, ground black pepper, ground

Here's a simple grainless grain dish (amaranth and quinoa are really seeds, not grains) flavored with stinging nettles you'll want to make whenever this detested delicacy is in season. Saute the quinoa and amaranth seeds in the olive oil in a skillet over medium heat 5-10 minutes, or until they begin to pop. Add the garlic and cook another 2 minutes or until fragrant Combine with the remaining ingredients in a saucepan, reduce the heat to low, and simmer 35 minutes or until all the stock is absorbed. From: "\"Wildman\" Steve Brill" <wildma Yield: 6 cups

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BROILED ALLIGATOR TAIL WITH LEMON BUTTER SAUC

2 1/4 1/2 1 1/2 1 1 1/2 1 1 1/2

lb lb teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon

alligator tail; trim and>>> slice thin. ----LEMON BUTTER SAUCE---butter/margarine onion powder salt cayenne pepper to taste lemon juice parsley; fresh choped or >>> parsley; dried

LEMON BUTTER: Over low heat in small saucepan, melt margarine or butter and stir in the remaining ingredients; DON'T LET IT BOIL. Let heat through, then serve immediately. Yield: About 1/2 cup ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++ BROILED ALLIGATOR TAIL: Lay alligator slices on a flat broiler pan, and place about 6 inches from the heating element. Broil for 10 to 15 minutes or until done. Remove the pan from the oven and brush the top of the meat with the lemon-butter sauce, making sure to coat the entire surface. Serve immediately. Source: Justin Wilson's "Homegrown Lousiana Cooking" : ISBN 0-02-630125-3 Submitted By BILL SPALDING

Yield: 4 servings

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BROKEN ARROW RANCH ANTELOPE WITH ACHIOTE-HONEY GLAZE,
By: Chef Dean Fearing 47 12 4 4 1 1/2 4 4 1/2 1/2 ounce ounces ounces ounce avocado ounces tablespoon tablespoon antelope filets panhandle vegetable stew (recipe fo; llows) chili-apple tequila chutney (recipe; follows) pecan tortillas (recipe follows) fans, medium size vegetable oil salt pepper homemade pecan tortillas 1 cup all purpose flour 3 ounces toasted and ground pecans 1 teaspoon salt 8 ounces warm water Chili-Apple Tequila Chutney 3 ounces whole butter 2 apples, peeled and diced 1 teaspoon small diced ginger, peeled 1 ounce brown sugar 2 teaspoon chili powder 3 ounces tequila 12 ounces apple cider salt and lime juice to taste Panhandle Vegetable Stew 4 ounces diced country smoked ham 1 ounce olive oil 1 medium onion, peeled and diced 3 garlic cloves, minced 2 celery stalks, peeled and diced 2 ounces roasted corn kernels 1 1/2 ounces cuitlacoche (corn mushrooms) 1 large tomato, diced 1 teaspoons chopped fresh cilantro 1 cup brown sauce

Season antelope filets with salt and pepper. Heat oil in a large ovenproof sauté pan over medium-high heat until small wisps of smoke appear. Carefully place antelope in pan, with the side to be presented down. Cook for 3 minutes or until crusty and brown. Turn antelope and drain oil off and glaze each side with Achiote-Honey Glaze. Place pan in hot oven. Cook for 6 to 8 minutes or until filets reach desired temperature of doneness. Remove pan from oven and place antelope on warm platter until ready to serve. Ladle 3 ounces of Panhandle Vegetable Stew in the bottom of each of four hot serving bowls. Then slice 3 thin slices of antelope; make sure to leave the remaining part whole. Place the whole piece on top of the vegetable

Page 170 stew in the center of the serving bowl. Then place the sliced meat against and around the whole piece. Cook tortillas on a hot griddle 1/2 minute on each side. Cut tortillas in half, then roll-up each piece forming a cone. Place two cones against the antelope and spoon the Apple Chutney between the antelope and the tortillas. Place the avocado fan in the middle of all components sticking out and garnish with cilantro sprig. Repeat and serve immediately. Preparation: tortilla In a Hobart mixing bowl, place all purpose flour, salt, and toasted pecans. Slowly start whipping together, adding the warm water slowly until it makes a smooth dough. The dough should be smooth and lightly sticky. Let rest for 2 to 3 minutes. Make into 2 ounce portions when ready to roll out tortillas. Make sure to flour the surface to avoid the tortillas sticking. Place the ball of the dough on the floured surface and roll into 6 inch round tortillas. Preparation: chutney In a heavy sauté pan, place whole butter. When lightly starts to smoke, add diced apples, ginger and brown sugar. Cook for 5 minutes, then add chili powder, tequila and apple cider. Cook for 15 more additional minutes or until apple cider has reduced completely. Season with salt and lime juice to taste. Preparation: stew Heat olive oil in a sauté pan over medium-high heat. When oil starts to lightly smoke place ham and cook for 1 minute until lightly crispy. Then add onion, garlic, celery, corn kernels, and cuitlacoche. Cook for 2 minutes and add tomatoes, fresh chopped cilantro and brown sauce and cook stew for 3 more additional minutes. Finish with salt and lime juice to taste. Serve hot. Yield: 4 servings

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BROPHY'S ROAST RACCOON

1 1 4 2 4 1 4 2 2 1 1 medium tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon large cup

raccoon (4-5 lb.), dressed whole, all fat removed green apples, quartered beef or chicken stock wide strips fat salt pork, cut 1/4 inch thick onions, peeled instant minced chives chopped fresh parsley instant flour salt, pepper to taste

Raccoon is good only when caught in cold, freezing weather. To prepare it for roasting, remove all fat and the scent glands along either side of the backbone and in the small of the back, as well as under each front leg. Soak it in cold water for at least 3 hours, drain and parboil in water for at least 1 hour. If the raccoon is excessively fatty, boil it in salt water to cover (1 Tbs. salt to 1 quart water) for 20 to 30 min. Drain; pat dry. Place apples in cavity and skewer together or sew up. place breast side down in roasting pan. Add stock and cover meat with the fat strips. roast slowly in a 325 degree oven until tender (about 2 1/2 hours), basting every 30 min. with the pan juices. During last hour, place onions in pan and, during last half hour, remove fat strips. When done, transfer to heated platter and keep warm. Skim excess fat from pan juices and add chives, parsley, and flour. Stir over medium heat till thickened and serve on side as gravy. Serves 6-8 Serve with: baked yams or candied sweet potatoes. Recipes and tips from: cooking wild game by Zack Hanle copyright 1974 ISBN 087140-595-4 From: Bbq@listserv.Azstarnet.Com Yield: 4 servings

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BRUNSWICK STEW #3

2 2 4 1/2 16 1 2 1 4 4 8 8 2 2 2 1 cup oz can tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup oz can lb

rabbits venison potatoes, diced butter lima/butter beans, can okra (if available) bay leaves peppercorns squirrels onions, med, diced & sauteed broth (from parboil) cream style corn tomatoes worcestershire sauce salt red pepper, dried

Parboil rabbits or squirrels; remove meat from bones. Save broth. Cut venison into chunks, flour, and brown. Add all ingredients to a large pot and simmer slowly for about an hour with the pot covered. When meats are tender, check if seasoning adjustment is needed. Add water to thin if required. Serve in soup bowls. A dash or two of tabasco can be substituted for the red pepper. Modify ingredients according to availability. Recipe date: 01/15/63 Yield: 1 servings

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BUDIN AZTECA

azteca sauce: 1 1 1/2 1 1 1 1/2 1/4 8 1 2 8 1 1/4 4 can (28 oz.) can (4 oz.) T. c. garlic c. tsp. c. corn c. pkg. (10 ozz) oz. pkg (10 oz.) c. c. plum tomatoes, undrained roasted green chiles, chopped, undr; ained corn oil white onion, finely chopped clove, minced defatted chicken stock salt chopped cilantro tamal: tortillas zucchini, diced frozen chopped spinach, thawed and; drained monterey jack cheese, grated frozen corn, thawed chopped cilantro azteca sauce

Azteca Sauce: To make sauce, combine tomatoes and chiles in a blender and make a coarse puree. Heat the oil in a skillet over medium heat. Add onion and cook until lightly browned. Increase heat to medium-high, add Garlic and cook 1 minute. Add tomato and chile mixture and cook, stirring frequently, until reduced and thickened, about 8 minutes. Add stock, reduce heat to low and simmer, uncovered, stirring occasionally, for 30 minutes. Stir in salt, remove from heat and stir in 1/4 cup of cilantro. Makes 4 cups of sauce. Tamal: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spread tortillas out on two baking sheets coated with vegetable oil spray. Lightly coat tops of tortillas with cooking spray and place them in preheated oven for 10 minutes. Turn over and bake 3 minutes more. Remove from oven and set aside, leaving oven on. Steam diced zucchini until just crisp-tender, about 2 minutes. Remove from steamer and set aside. Lightly coat a 7-by-11 inch baking dish with cooking spray. Spread a thin layer of sauce evenly over the bottom. Cover sauce with 2 toasted tortillas. Evenly spread the chopped spinich over the top of the tortillas. Top with one-fourth of the remaining sauce and one-fourth of the cheese. Place 2 more tortillas over the top and press down. Spread the corn on top and cover with one-third of the remaining sauce and one-third of the remaining cheese. Top with 2 more tortillas, again pressing down. Top with zucchini, one-half the remaining sauce and

Page 174 one-half the remaining cheese. Top with the 2 remaining tortillas and press down. Spread remaining sauce evenly over the top and sprinkle on remaining cheese. Cover tightly with foil and place in preheated oven for 25 minutes. Uncover and bake about 10 minutes more, or until lightly browned. To serve, sprinkle 1/4 cup of chopped cilantro over the top. Yield: 4 servings

BUFFALO AND BEANS

1/4 1 1 2 4 1 1/2 1 1/2 28 28 2 1/4 1

cup

vegetable oil green pepper, chopped red pepper, chopped

cup medium lb lb oz oz cup

mushrooms, sliced onions, sliced lean beef, ground buffalo meat, ground kidney beans (2 cans) tomatoes crushed or stewed cloves garlic, crushed chili powder spices & herbs to taste

Saute vegetables in oil. Add meat and cook until no longer pink. Add beans, tomatoes and spices/herbs. (Suggested oregano, cumin, basil, cayenne.) Simmer uncovered until liquid begins to evaporate and chili thickens. Skim excess fat if necessary. Continue to simmer covered for several hours to allow flavours to blend. Serves 8-12. One cup serving 3 protein choices, 1 starch, 1 fat Source: Canadian Diabetes Association Cook-Off fund-raiser recipe Stampede Week July 14, 1990 Calgary, Alberta Shared but not tested by Elizabeth Rodier 6/93 Yield: 12 servings

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BUFFALO CHILI

1/4 6 1/2 3 1/4 3/4 3/4 1/2 3/4 5 3 1/2 1/2 1/2 6 1 1/2 1/2 4 2 2

cup lb cup cup cup cup cup cup cup cup cup cup cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon

sunflower oil ground buffalo meat flour water minced garlic green bell pepper red bell pepper green chili peppers jalapeno peppers tomato sauce diced onions beef broth paprika chili powder ground cumin cayenne pepper black pepper white pepper salt oregano dried chilies

Saute Buffalo meat, sunflower oil and flour together until meat is cooked. Add remaining ingredients and simmer for 1 hour. Recipe By :

Yield: 36 servings

BUFFALO MEDALLIONS

4 1 1 1 1/4 2 1 cup teaspoon tablespoon

2 oz. buffalo medallions cut from tenderloin butter jigger jack daniel's whiskey reduced veal stock heavy cream salt & pepper to taste

In small skillet, melt butter until light brown. Reduce heat and saute medallions on both sides for 3-4 minutes or until done to your taste. Place medallions on preheated plate. Discard butter. Place skillet back on heat and deglaze with Jack Daniels. Immediately add veal stock and reduce to half over medium heat. Add cream, stir well and season to taste. Spoon sauce on plate and top with medallions. Source: N.A.H.C. Wild Game Cookbook Author: Mark Schultz, Bronson TX Yield: 2 servings

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BUFFALO POT ROAST

2 1 1 1 1 16 10 3/4 1 4 1 2

lb teaspoon

boneless buffalo chuck roast vegetable oil salt and pepper onion ; quartered baby carrots

oz

condensed cream of mushroom soup cloves garlic ; minced

tablespoon

chopped fresh parsley

In a large skillet over medium high heat, saute the roast in the oil for 15 minutes, or until all sides are well browned. Season with salt and pepper to taste and set aside. Place the onion, carrots, garlic and parsley in the bottom of a slow cooker. Place the roast on top of the vegetables and pour the soup over the roast and the vegetables. Cover the slow cooker and cook on low setting for 8 to 10 hours, stirring once. Transfer roast to a serving platter and place the vegetables around it. Pour the roast gravy from the slow cooker into a gravy boat. From: Duckie <jmstwn1607@earthlink.Net> From: Glen Jamieson Yield: 4 servings Date: 03-17-03

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BUFFALO PRIME RIB

8 4 1 1 1 1/2 3

lb

roast cloves garlic ; finely sliced salt freshly ground pepper

cup cup

white wine beef stock

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Allow meat to warm to room temperature by removing it from the refrigerator at least 1 hour before roasting. Using a knife, poke small holes in the meat and insert the garlic into them. Coat roast with salt and pepper to taste. Place the roast in a large roasting pan, bone side down. Roast for 15 minutes. Turn the heat down to 350 degrees and continue to roast for 1 hour to 1 hour and 15 minutes for medium-rare doneness. Remove meat to a carving board and let rest. Place roasting pan on top of stove over high heat. Add the wine and cook, stirring and scraping up any brown bits and reduce. Add stock and reduce by half, season with salt and pepper. Slice meat and pour on some of the sauce. Sunday Dinner Recipe Site http://www.geocities.com/sundayliving

From: Duckie <jmstwn1607@earthlink.Net> From: Glen Jamieson Yield: 4 servings Date: 03-17-03

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BUFFALO ROAST WITH SOUR CREAM GRAVY

3 3 2 2 1 1 1/4 1

lbs tsp cup tsp pkg tsp tsp cup

buffalo roast olive oil sour cream dill seed onion soup mix salt freshly ground black pepper water**

Brown roast on all sides in olive oil. Season with dill seed, salt, pepper, onion soup. Add water. Cook covered in Dutch Oven approx. 3 hours at 275 degrees, turning occasionally to keep moist. When the meat is fork tender remove from the pot, do not overcook. Reduce pan drippings or add water to make 1 1/2 cup liquid. Add flour (if needed, put in blender to make smooth) and stir until thickens. Add sour cream. Slice roast and serve with sour cream gravy. Variations: Add mushrooms, carrots, potatoes the last 60 minutes of cooking. When done remove roast and vegetables. Add flour to pan drippings and stir until thickened, season as needed. Slice roast and pour gravy over meat, serve with the vegetables. **Note: Red wine or tomato juice can be substituted for the water. This roast can easily be cooked in a crock pot and have dinner ready when you come home.

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BUFFALO STEAK

1 1 1 1 1 1

lb. medium medium cup small beef

buffalo steak morton's season blend onion, chopped bell pepper, chopped water can chopped mushrooms bouillon cube flour

Steak may be cut into serving portions, into strips or left whole. Sprinkle meat with Morton's season blend. Also, mix some with flour and flour each piece of meat, patting flour into meat. Place in skillet with medium hot oil. Brown lightly; remove meat. In same skillet, sauté onion and pepper until done. Add 1 heaping tablespoon flour to skillet. Stir and cook. Slowly add 1 cup water while stirring. Return meat to skillet; add mushrooms and bouillon cube. Cover and simmer, stirring often until gravy is formed. Can be served on cooked rice.

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BUFFALO STEAK WITH WILD RICE DRESSING

1 2 1 1 1/2 1/2 1 2 3 1 1 1/4 1 6 1 1

cup cup teaspoon lb cup lb tablespoon cup cup teaspoon dash

uncooked wild rice water salt ground buffalo, crumbled finely chopped onion mushrooms, sliced salad oil (about 6 slices) cubed french bread hot beef broth sage pepper buffalo t-bone, rib, or chuck steaks salt

Wash rice, cover with water, and add 1/2 teaspoon of the salt; bring to a boil, cover, lower heat, and cook for about 30 minutes or until tender. Drain well.Meanwhile, brown ground buffalo, onion, and mushrooms in oil, stirring frequently. Place bread in bowl, cover with broth, and let stand until soft. Stir in rice, ineat mixture, remaining 1/2 teaspoon salt, sage, and pepper. Place in a greased 2-quart casserole, cover, and bake in a moderate oven (350") for I hour. About 15 minutes before serving, quickly broil or barbecue steaks to stage desired. Salt on both sides. Place on a hot platter, top if you wish with slices of herb butter; serve with dressing. Makes 6 servings. From: Joell Abbott 98 Yield: 4 servings Date: 17 Sep

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BUFFALO STEW

3 1 1/4 3 1 2 1/2 1/4 1 1

lb cup large cup cup cup

buffalo; cut up for stew salt & freshly ground black pepper; to taste peanut oil for browning cloves garlic; sliced yellow onion; chopped bay leaves dry red wine catsup kitchen bouquet to taste mushrooms; sliced and sauteed

SERVES 6-8 It was necessary for the emigrants to supplement their diet with whatever could be found along the trail. When buffalo meat was available, it was eaten boiled, fried, roasted, and dried. It proved to be a lifesaver in desperate times, and it was quite good besides. The great move to the frontier practically wiped out the buffalo. However, the animals have been saved from extinction and are now being farm-raised for food. Isn't that an interesting turn of events? The following stew recipe is quite delicious. It was given to me by Lorraine Czimer, of Czimer's Meat outside Chicago. They carry buffalo and a terrific assortment of other specialty meats, including bear. If you can track down a buffalo, you will like this dish. It is a bit more elaborate than would have been possible on the trail. The meat tastes a bit sweet and it is very good. Lightly salt and pepper the meat. Heat a large Dutch oven and add the oil. In two different batches, brown the meat on all sides. Add the remaining ingredients to the pan and stir well. Cook slowly, covered, over low heat. A good gravy should form in this dish. If you wish more gravy, Lorraine suggests you add a bit of water and some water-flour mixture for thickening. If the color ofthe gravy is too light, add some Kitchen Bouquet to taste. Cover the meat and bake at 325ø for 1-1/2 hours, or until tender. Serve this with Bacon Corn Bread and Creamed Cornmeal Timbales (see recipes). They wouldn't have had timbales on the trail, but they sure are good with this stew. From <The Frugal Gourmet Cooks American>. Downloaded from Glen's MM Recipe Archive, http://www.erols.com/hosey. Yield: 6 servings

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BUFFALO VEGETABLE STEW

2 1/4 2 2 2 8 1 1 1/2 4 3 1

lb. c. lg. cloves c. c. tsp. tsp. tsp.

buffalo oil chopped onions of minced garlic corn water salt oragano pepper carrots, sliced potatoes, cubbed

green

pepper (optional)

Cut buffalo in cubes, brown in oil. Put meat aside and saute garlic and onions in the buffalo oil. Return the meat into pan, add water, corn, salt, pepper. Cook for 2 hours, or until meat tender. Add the vegetables and continue to cook until done, about 30 minutes.

BUFFALO, TURNIP, AND BERRY RAGOUT
By: Food Journal of Lewis and Clark: Recipes for an Expedit 1 1/3 1 1/2 1 3 1 1/2 pound cup to teaspoon to to medium cup buffalo stew meat, cut into 1 1/2-i; nch cubes stone-ground cornmeal 1 1/2 teaspoons salt freshly ground black pepper 3 tablespoons vegetable oil or othe; r fat 4 turnips, peeled and cut into eigh; ths onion, peeled and quartered dried blueberries

Lewis’s mention of ragouts and truffles morella reminds us that thoughts of home and familiar surroundings and food did cross the travelers’ minds. Or Lewis may have wished to return with something new for President Jefferson and other epicures. Prairie turnips are not available commercially. This recipe substitutes the common turnip. Toss the buffalo cubes in a mixture of cornmeal, salt, and pepper. Heat 1 tablespoon of oil in a heavy 3-quart Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Add the buffalo and brown well on all sides, stirring often, for 5 to 7 minutes, adding additional oil if needed. Reduce the heat to medium if browning too fast. Stir in 2 cups of water, the turnips, onions, and blueberries. Bring to a boil. Cover and turn the heat to low. Simmer for 1 to 1 1/2 hours, stirring and basting regularly. Serve immediately. by Mary Gunderson

Page 183 History Cooks® 2003 ISBN 0-9720391-0-4 Yield: 4 to 5 servings

BUFFALOAF CORDON BLEU
By: Kellie 2 1/4 1/2 2 2 1 1 1/4 1 1 1 2 2 1/2 cup cup cloves teaspoons teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon bunch tablespoon cup ounces pounds cup eggs minced parsley – divided bread crumbs garlic – pressed salt* tarragon dry mustard ground black pepper green onions (include green tops) –; chopped butter swiss cheese – shredded smoked ham – chopped ground bison chicken broth

Preheat oven to 350°. Beat eggs in a large bowl. Add 2 tablespoons parsley, bread crumbs, broth, garlic, salt, tarragon, mustard, and pepper. Beat well. Mix in ground bison. Set aside. Sauté onions in butter until soft. Blend cheese, ham, remaining parsley and onions in a medium bowl. Set aside. Divide the meat mixture into two equal parts. Pat one part into the stoneware loaf pan to form a layer. Top with cheese mixture. Pat remaining meat mixture on top of cheese. Bake for 45 minutes. Remove stoneware loaf pan from oven and drain off fat. Bake an additional 30 minutes. Cool for 15 minutes in stoneware loaf pan, then remove from pan and cool completely in refrigerator. Cut into thin slices for sandwiches. May also be served hot.

This is a recipe I got from a local bison ranch. It's SOO good, even my young boys love it! It also freezes well, and a little goes a long way.

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BULLARD'S BEST YET CHILI

1/4 1 3/4 1/2 1 1 2 1/4 1/4 1 1/4 1 1 1 1/2 1/4 1 1 1 1 1

lb lb lb tablespoon cup cup lb

pinto beans 14 oz. can onion -- chopped green bell pepper -chopped salad oil garlic clove cilantro butter venison -- get butcher to mix beef and pork, then chili grind

lb cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon

pork chili powder -- (your favorite kind) salt black pepper cumin seeds canned stewed tomatoes

"Wash beans and soak overnight in water 2" above beans. Cook in same water until done; do not drain. Add tomatoes and simmer for 5 minutes. Saute green peppers in salad oil for 5 minutes. Add onions and cook until tender, stirring often. Add garlic and cilantro. Melt butter in large skillet and saute meat for 15 minutes. Add meat to onion mixture and stir in chili powder. Cook 10 minutes. Add this to beans and the spices. Simmer covered for one hour; cook uncovered for 30 minutes. "Place beer near chili pot and call me." Lou's notes: This is my brother-in-law Marvin's recipe. It was published in Southern Living! Marvin's original recipe called for 2 cans of Rotel tomatoes, but that was really, really too hot. Also, I replaced the parsley originally called for in the recipe with cilantro and added an extra garlic clove. Lean beef can be substituted for venison. Recipe By : Marvin Bullard Date: 31 Aug 97 Mastercook

From: Lou Parris Recipes (Mailing List) Ä Yield: 1 servings

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BURNETTS WOODCOCK

4 115 1 750 2 1 1 150 25 4 1 55 2 10 1 1 1 small gm tablespoon tablespoon ml gm gm gm

woodcock, properly hung butter rasher of bacon per bird ----FOR THE POTATO CAKES---waxy potatoes egg whites egg yolk capers, chopped whipping cream butter ----FOR THE SAUCE---pigeon livers (use pheasant or chicken if not available) butter beef stock juniper berries, crushed salt and fresh ground pepper glass white wine squeeze lemon juice

First make the potatoes, mash them and let them dry well. Beat the egg whites very stiffly but not dry. Mix the egg yolk and capers and cream into the mash and fold in the egg whites. Form small cakes and fry in the butter until brown. Spread each woodcock generously with butter and cover with a bacon rasher. Roast in a preheated very hot oven at 220 deg C for 10-15 minutes, depending on how you like them, more if you must. For the sauce, saute the livers in butter until just cooked, mash and sieve them. Put the purJe in a pan, thin with white wine and stock, add juniper berries, seasoning and lemon juice, and simmer for a few minutes. Place the cooked woodcock on the potato cakes and serve with the sauce. Source: "Two Fat Ladies", SHOW #FL1CO6 LOCK KEEPERS From: Scott Jones Date: 07 Sep 99 Yield: 1 servings

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BUSH TOMATO SOUP

1 1 1 6 1 810 1 3 2 1 1 1 1

medium

onion (finely diced or brunoise as the trade calls salt & pepper to taste

medium gm cup tablespoon tablespoon

tomatoes very ripe (peeled seeded & chopped, or use an or 2lb tin of crushed tomatoes water. tomato paste. lacewoods bush tomatoes or tamarillo (peeled, seeded & chopped)

teaspoon

basil(chopped)

Well I thought it was about time we did some Aussie bush food. Now, from the out set lets be clear on this point, that most aussies have never tried many of the bush items I will do in this column. We don't all eat kangaroo & EMU every week either. Many of these things are an acquired taste, and are mainly sold in specialty restaurants. Like everything in this great country of mine, more people are trying new foods every day. Now bush tomatoes taste not unlike Tamarillo, (tomatillos) with a pronounced caramel after taste. So if you cant get any bush tomatoes use tamorillos instead. Now like most of the recipes I will post; this is MY SITE, people are going to say "that's not how you prepare that", But that's what I love about cooking, there are many different ways and styles to accomplish the same thing. Right here we go! In a pot Saute the onion with out color for a few in the oil . Add the tomatoes cook for a while longer add the water, salt and pepper and tomato paste. Bring to near boiling and then simmer for 10-mins.enough time for a beer or a glass of wine. Add the bush tomatoes that have been soaked or the Tamarillo and cook another 10 mins. Cool for a while, then either uses a hand blender or a food processor and blend smooth. Add the basil reheat and serve with some Damper or other crusty bread Note: If neither of these are available use sundried tomatoes instead.

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Onto the main course: Sirloin Steak with Roasted Peppers & Olive Butter http://www.kitchenproject.com/html/oz2bsoup.html From: Dave Drum Yield: 4 servings Date: 08-02-03

BUTTERNUT & TOMATO SOUP (MODERN)

1 2 2 14.5 1-2 1

med.. c. -oz. Tsp t.

butternut squash, peeled & diced soy milk cans diced tomatoes salt (to taste) fresh ginger, grated

Place squash in saucepan with soy milk. Simmer until squash is soft. Add 1 can diced tomatoes & puree with squash. Add second can of diced tomatoes, leaving in chunks. Heat; add salt & ginger. Serve warm, garnished with croutons & sliced scallions. Suggestion: Use home canned tomatoes or fresh

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BUTTERNUT SOUP WITH HERBS

6 2 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 4 1/2 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/2 1 1 oz teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup tablespoon teaspoon

scallions fresh, peeled, grated ginger light oil (corn or safflower) vegetable broth pureed squash (butternut, acorn, or other sweet-meat squash; fresh, frozen, or canned) cream cheese salt nutmeg rosemary basil parsley lime (a small sqeeze for serving)

Saute scallions and ginger in the tablespoon of oil. Add the broth and let it steep while you puree the squash with the cream cheese. Add to the broth. Add the remaining ingredients. Heat slowly until barely simmering. Just before serving, splash each individual serving with a small squeeze of lime juice. from THE AZTEC WAY TO HEALTHY EATING by Sonja Atkinson I personally liked a bit more than just a splash of lime. Mignonne From: Native-Cooking-L@onelist.com From: "Mignonne-Al" <mignonne-Al@excitedate: Sun, 13 Jun 1999 19:54:18 Pdt Yield: 4 servings

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BUTTERNUT SOUP WITH HERBS
By: THE AZTEC WAY TO HEALTHY EATING by Sonja Atkinson 6 2 1 3 2 tsp. T. c. c. scallions fresh, peeled, grated ginger light oil (corn or safflower) vegetable broth pureed squash (butternut, acorn, or; other sweet-meat squash; fresh, frozen, or canned) 4 1/2 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/2 1 oz. tsp. tsp. tsp. tsp. tsp. lime (a small sqee cream cheese salt nutmeg rosemary basil parsley

Saute scallions and ginger in the tablespoon of oil. Add the broth and let it steep while you puree the squash with the cream cheese. Add to the broth. Add the remaining ingredients. Heat slowly until barely simmering. Just before serving, splash each individual serving with a small squeeze of lime juice.

BUTTERNUT SOUP WITH HERBS

1

6 scallions

2 tsp. fresh, peeled, grated ginger 1 T. light oil (corn or safflower) 3 C. vegetable broth 2 C. pureed squash (butternut, acorn, or other sweet-meat squash; fresh, frozen, or canned) 4 oz. cream cheese 1/2 tsp. salt 1/4 tsp. nutmeg 1/4 tsp. rosemary 1/4 tsp. basil 1/2 tsp. parsley 1 lime (a small sqeeze for each serving) Saute scallions and ginger in the tablespoon of oil. Add the broth and let it steep while you puree the squash with the cream cheese. Add to the broth. Add the remaining ingredients. Heat slowly until barely simmering. Just before serving, splash each individual serving with a small squeeze of lime juice.

Page 190 from THE AZTEC WAY TO HEALTHY EATING by Sonja Atkinson I personally liked a bit more than just a splash of lime. Mignonne

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BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP WITH CHESTNUT DUMPLINGS
By: Scott Carsberg 2 1 5 2 2 1 7 pounds vanilla ounces tablespoons tablespoons large tablespoons butternut squash, peeled and cut in; to chunks* pod or 1 teaspoon vanilla extract salt fresh ricotta ( 1/2 cup plus 2 tabl; espoons), drained if nece puréed chestnuts grated parmesan egg flour ricotta salata (or more parmesan) f; or garnish. * (weighed after cutting)

1. Put squash in a heavy saucepan with water to cover, about four cups; bring to a boil over high heat. Split vanilla pod lengthwise and scrape seeds into pot and add pod. Turn heat to low, cover, and simmer until squash is quite tender, 20 to 30 minutes. Cool if time allows. 2. Remove pod, let cool a bit, and transfer squash and liquid in batches to a blender; purée, and add salt to taste. 3. Weigh 5 ounces of the purée, or measure 1/2 cup plus two tablespoons, and combine in a bowl with ricotta, chestnut purée, Parmesan, egg, and a little salt. Gently fold in flour; a spoonful of the mixture should just hold its shape on a plate. (If it does not, add a little more flour.) Put batter in a pastry bag with a No. 5 tip, and pipe dumplings onto parchment or waxed paper, or simply make dumplings with a spoon. Refrigerate for at least an hour. 4. Reheat soup, thinning with water if necessary. Put dumplings in boiling salted water, a few at a time; they're ready about 2 or 3 minutes after they rise to the top. (Taste to make certain.) Serve soup with dumplings, grating a bit of ricotta salata over the top. Yield: 6 servings.

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BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP WITH FRIED SAGE LEAVES

3 1 1 1 1 5 1 24

tablespoon tablespoon

butter onion, coarsely chopped chopped fresh sage pound butternut; squash, halved, peeled, seeded, chopped (about 5 cups)

cup

canned low-salt chicken broth fresh sage leaves

Fried sage leaves make a crispy garnish. Try them also crumbled on mashed potatoes and saut‚ed vegetables. Melt 1 tablespoon butter in heavy large pot over medium heat. Add onion; cover and cook until soft, stirring occasionally, about 7 minutes. Add chopped sage; stir 1 minute. Add squash and broth. Increase heat to high and bring to boil. Reduce heat and simmer until squash is tender, about 25 minutes. Cool slightly. Puree soup in batches in blender until smooth. Return soup to pot. Season to taste with salt and pepper. (Can be made 1 day ahead. Cool slightly, then cover and refrigerate.) Melt remaining 2 tablespoons butter in heavy large skillet over medium heat. Add sage leaves and saut‚ until brown and toasted, about 2 minutes. Bring soup to simmer. Ladle into bowls. Garnish with fried sage leaves. Makes 8 servings. Bon App‚tit November 2001 Flavors of the World TRY: carmelizing the two onions add 1 apple add a few toasted pomegranite seeds From: "Mignonne" <toadflax@myepicus.Net Yield: 4 servings

Page 192

BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP WITH ROASTED PUMPKIN SEEDS

2

large

butternut squashes, skin and seeds removed, cut into 2-inch pieces salt honey

1/4

cup

pumpkin seeds chopped chives

Place the squash meat into a heavy saucepan and cover with water. Cook until fork-tender; drain and reserve liquid. Place some of the squash in a food processor (Be careful--the squash is hot!) Process the squash until smooth, adding some of the reserved liquid if too thick. Season with salt and sweeten with honey to taste. Place pumpkin seeds on a baking sheet in a 350 degree oven and roast until fragrant. Ladle soup into warm soup bowls and garnish with chives and pumpkin seeds. Ribbons of Summer Squash with Sage Pesto Julienne of zucchini and yellow summer squash (prepare on a mandolin or with a grater--do not peel) Cooked heirloom beans (anasazi, appaloosa, black, butterscotch, calypso, tepary, chestnut lime or any variety) chopped fresh tomatoes roasted corn kernels canola oil In a large sauté pan, heat just a bit of oil to keep from sticking, or use a non-stick pan. Add 2 cups of mixed squash julienne to hot pan. Add 1 cup corn, 1 cup tomatoes, 1 cup mixed beans and 1 heaping tablespoon of sage pesto (see below). Toss quickly. Do not overcook. Place in large bowl, garnish with fresh sage leaves, serve immediately.

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BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP WITH ROASTED PUMPKIN SEEDS

2 1 2 1 1 1/2 1/3

large

butternut squash, skin and seeds removed, cut into inch pieces sea salt to taste

tablespoon cup cup

honey pumpkin seeds chopped chives or parsley

Squash is a staple for many Native American tribes. Young squash are baked or boiled, blossoms are battered and fried, and leaves are wrapped around other foods for cooking. Pumpkin seeds are often formed into balls with dried fruits, nuts and maple syrup in what1s known as pemmican, the "trail mixý of many tribes. Place squash in a heavy saucepan and cover with water. Cook until tender, about 20 minutes; drain and reserve .liquid. 2. Pur‚e squash, in batches, in a food processor or blender until smooth. (Be careful < the squash is hot!) Add some reserved liquid to the processor if the squash becomes too thick to pur‚e. 3. Return pur‚ed squash to saucepan in which it was cooked and slowly reheat. If soup is too thick, stir in some of reserved cooking liquid. Season to taste with a pinch of salt, and sweeten with honey if necessary (sometimes the squash is not as sweet as it should be). 4. Place pumpkin seeds on a baking sheet in a 350oF oven and roast about 10 minutes until fragrant. 5. Ladle soup into warm bowls and garnish with pumpkin seeds and chives. Native American Harvest Feast Recipes by Loretta Barrett Oden Owner of the Corn Dance Caf‚ in Santa Fe, N.M. From: "Hill8628" <hill8628@netzero.Net> Yield: 4 servings

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BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP WITH ROASTED PUMPKIN SEEDS

2

large

butternut squashes, skin and seeds; removed, cut into 2-inch salt honey

1/4

cup

pumpkin seeds chopped chives

Place the squash meat into a heavy saucepan and cover with water. Cook until fork-tender; drain and reserve liquid. Place some of the squash in a food processor (Be careful--the squash is hot!) Process the squash until smooth, adding some of the reserved liquid if too thick. Season with salt and sweeten with honey to taste. Place pumpkin seeds on a baking sheet in a 350 degree oven and roast until fragrant. Ladle soup into warm soup bowls and garnish with chives and pumpkin seeds.

BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP WITH ROASTED PUMPKIN SEEDS (MODERN)

2

lg.

butternut squash, skin\seeds remove; cut into 2-inch pieces salt honey

1/4

cup

pumpkin seeds chopped chives

Peeling a winter squash can be tricky business. I use a potato peeler for most of them and it works well. It's just a slow process. I have run into a few types of squash that cook first then removing the outer flesh was a lot easier. Butternut squash shouldn't be a problem though. Min Place the squash meat into a heavy saucepan and cover with water. Cook until fork-tender; drain and reserve liquid. Place some of the squash in a food processor. Process the squash until smooth, adding some of the reserved liquid if too thick. Season with salt and sweeten with honey to taste. Place pumpkin seeds on a baking sheet in a 350 degree oven and roast until fragrant. Ladle soup into warm soup bowls and garnish with chives and pumpkin seeds.

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BYERLY'S WILD RICE SOUP A LA GINNY

1

x

no ingredients

2 TB butter 1 TB chopped onions 1 TB sliced green onions 3 TB slivered almonds 1/3 c finely diced carrots 1 TB finely chopped celery 2 c cooked wild rice (about 1/2 : c raw) 1/2 ts sugar 1 ts MSG (optional) 1/2 ts turmeric 2 bay leaves 4 c low-sodium chicken broth 1 bouquet garni (1 sprig each : : : : : fresh, or parsley/ marjoram/ thyme and basil) cheesecloth Pepper to taste

1 ts dried herbs, tied in

1/3 c chopped ham 1 skinless boneless chicken : breast, chopped

"This soup comes from Byerly's, a store in Minneapolis," Dorothy Megarry says. "A friend tried to duplicate it and developed this recipe. I've seen the original and I think this is better. We serve this on Christmas Eve." The recipe calls for 2 cups of cooked wild rice, so have that prepared ahead of time. Megarry likes to make it a day before serving so the flavors have time to meld. Megarry likes the recipe as is, but the original recipe called for 1/2 cup half-and-half and 2 tablespoons sherry added in at the end and heated until warmed through. In a stockpot, melt butter. Add the onions, green onions and almonds and saute until vegetables are slightly softened, 3 to 5 minutes. Add carrots, celery, wild rice, sugar, MSG, turmeric, bay leaves, chicken broth, bouquet garni and pepper. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes. Remove bouquet garni. Add ham and chicken breast and cook for 10 minutes. Source: "Atlanta Journal-Constitution" Posted to eClix Food BB by Susan W. Copied by Tom Shunick - A Westminster Receptarist Recipe By : Dorothy Megarry, 1982 Date: 08-03-03

From: Shunick@bellatlantic.Net Yield: 6 servings

Page 196

CABBAGE ROLLS WITH RAISIN SAUCE

12 6 1 1 1 1 1/2 2 1/4 1 1/2 1 10 8 3/4 2 1 1/2

cup large lb small cup cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon oz oz cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

water cabbage leaves ground venison onion; chopped cooked wild or brown rice fresh white bread crumbs fresh mushrooms; chopped eggs; beaten tart apple; chopped salt pepper sauce: beef consomme tomato sauce golden raisins paprika sugar white pepper

Preheat oven to 375 F. In a 4 qt saucepan, bring water to a boil over high heat. Immerse cabbage leaves for 1 minute or until colour brightens. Remove and drain. In a 10 in skillet, combine venison and onion. Cook over medium heat 6-8 minutes til no longer pink, stirring occasionally. Drain. Stir in rice, bread crumbs, mushrooms, eggs, apple, s&p. Mix well. Spoon approx 2/3 c venison mixture onto centre of each cabbage leaf. Roll leaves tightly, folding in sides. Place rolls seam side down in an 8 in baking dish. Set aside. In a 4 cup measure, combine the sauce ingreds. Pour sauce over the rolls. Cover with foil. Bake for 30-40 minutesor until sauce is bubbly and centres of the rolls are hot. >From The Complete Hunter Venison Cookery, Cowles Creative Publishing Yield: 6 servings

Page 197

CACTUS STEW

1 1/2 1

cactus

paddle (about 8 oz.) salt onion

garlic

clove several sprigs cilantro dry husks from 4 tomatillos, opt.

2 3 1 2 2 2 1/4 1/4 1

lb. garlic can tsp. tsp. T. c. c. toasted

finely diced venison, bison, elk, m; oose, etc. cloves, minced enchilada sauce oregano toasted cumin seed, crushed or grou; nd masa harina water minced cilantro japones chile, ground, opt.

Use a sharp paring knife to slice off the spine nodes. Trim around the edge of the paddle where the spines are closer together. It is not necessary to peel the cactus, only to remove the nodes and spines on both sides. Trim off the blunt end where the paddle was cut from the plant. Cut the paddle into 1/4' strips about 2' long. Bring 4 quarts water with 1 tablespoon salt, the onion, garlic, cilantro and tomatillo husks to a boil; drop in the cactus strips. (Tomatillo husks help retain the bright green color of the cactus.) Blanch the cactus until just crisp tender, about 8 to 10 minutes. Drain strips in a colander and rinse with cool water. Place the meat in a pot with 3 cups of water. Simmer, covered, until the water is just about gone. Drain off the fat. To the drained meat, add minced garlic, the red chile sauce and spices. Simmer about 30 minutes. Taste and adjust salt as needed, then stir in the drained nopalitos. Simmer for 20 minutes. Blend the masa harina and water to make a paste; whisk it into the stew for a thickener. Simmer 5 minutes longer, then stir in the cilantro. If you like a spicy stew, add the japones chile. Serve in bowls accompanied by warm tortillas.

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CALICO WILD RICE SOUP

2 6 4 1 0.5 2 2 1 1 2 2

cups cups cups cup cup tablespoons tablespoons tablespoon teaspoon tablespoons tablespoons

wild rice water chicken broth frozen corn kernels chopped green onions red bell pepper, chopped chopped green bell pepper chopped fresh parsley dried tarragon cornstarch water

1. In a medium sauce pan cook rice in 6 cups water until cooked through and tender. 2. In a large saucepan or stock pot combine broth, cooked rice, corn, green onions, red and green bell pepper, parsley and tarragon. Mix well and cook over medium heat until mixture boils. Reduce heat and simmer 5 minutes or until corn is tender. 3. In a small bowl, mix cornstarch and water. Add to soup mixture and cook for 5 minutes. Stir occasionally and serve once soup has thickened Yield: serves 6 servin

CAMPBELL SOUP - PORK CHOPS A L'ORANGE

8 1 2 1 1/2 1/4 1 8 can cup cup cup

pork chops (2 lbs) pepper cream of chicken soup fresh orange juice sliced celery chopped cashews ground cloves fresh orange slices, 1/2'd

Use 1 large frying pan or prepare in 2 frying pans. Prepare by dividing ingredients equally; brown chops. Season with pepper; pour off fat. Stir in remaining ingredients, except oranges; cover. Cook over low heat 40 minutes; stir occasionally. Add orange slices, cover. Cook over low heat minutes more or until tender. Submitted By JANE KNOX On 09-11-94 Yield: 6 servings

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CAMPBELL SOUP - ROAST PORK PARTY-STYLE

3 5 3 1/4 1 1/4 1/2

lb

loin of pork sl sl onion apple, cut in h alf

teaspoon can cup cup

sage cream of chicken soup sherry or substitute water

Make 6 slits almost to bone in pork loin. Place a slice of onion and applie in each slit. Rub roast with sage; tie securely. Roast fat side up at 325 degrees for 2 hours; pour off fat. Combine soup and wine, pour over meat. Roast 30 minutes more or until done, baste often with soup (total roasing time 35-40 minutes per pound). Remove meat from pan. On to of range, in roasting pan, add water to soup. Heat stirring to loosen browned bits; serve with roast. Submitted By JANE KNOX On 09-11-94 Yield: 6 servings

CANADIAN INDIAN (SIOUX) FISH CHOWDER

1 4 1 1/8 5 1 2 1 1

cup cup tablespoon tablespoon cup quart cup cup

chopped onion cubed potatoes salt pepper raw fish; 3/4 cubes boiling water milk half & half cream parsley or chives

Add potatoes, onions, salat and pepper to water. Cook about 10 min, until veg are soft, but not completely cooked. Add fish and cook 10 min. Add milk and light cream, stir and heat 15 min longer. DO NOT BOIL. Serve with parsley or chives. Posted by bobbi744@sojourn.com Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #235 Date: Tue, 1 Oct 1996 03:16:00 +0000 From: Marina <thecollector@worldnet.att.net> Yield: 1 servings

Page 200

CANADIAN LYNX STEW

2 4 1 1 1/4 1/4 1/4 4 4 1/2 2 1/2 1

lb tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

lynx meat fat small onion, chopped salt pepper summer savory oregano potatoes, quartered carrots, diced celery, chopped

tablespoon cup teaspoon

flour cold water worcestershire sauce

Wash meat well, pat dry, and cut into 2 inch cubes. Melt fat in a heavy pot, add meat and cook until nicely browned. Add onions and seasoning. Cover with cold water, bring to a boil then reduce heat, place a lid on the pot and simmer for 1 1/2 hours. Add cut potatoes, carrots and celery and continue cooking for 1/2 hour or until meat and vegetables are tender. Make a paste of the flour and water and add to the stew, stirring gently until thickened. Just before serving add the Worcestershire sauce. Serve hot. Serves 4. From _Northern Cookbook_ edited by Eleanor A. Ellis, Information Canada 1973 Typos by Bert Christensen http://www.interlog.com/~rosewood rosewood@interlog.com Yield: 4 servings

Page 201

CANNED RABBIT STEW

5 15 1 5 2 12 2

large lb large lb lb quart

rabbits cooked and deboned potatoes celery stalk carrots onions chicken bullion cubes homecanned peas

Add water to your liking. When the vegetables are soft, have canning jars ready. Fill. Add 1 teaspoon salt to each jar and can in boiling water bath for 3 hours; if you have a pressure cooker, 90 minutes. Makes about 25 quarts. Recipe By : Michelle Heath

Yield: 1 servings

CARIBOU AND CHANTERELLES

1 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1

lb tablespoon

caribou, cut into cubes olive oil fresh green chilies, roasted

medium cup cup cup

onion, chopped cloves garlic, crushed sliced wild mushrooms, chanterelles tomato chunks bay leaves game stock garnish: 2 tsp chopped fresh coriander salt to taste

In a stew pot, heat half of the oil in hot pan and saut‚ meat in batches. Cook, stirring until caribou is just tender, about 7 to 8 minutes. Set aside in a bowl. Peel, seed and chop chilies. Heat remaining oil in same pan. Add onion, garlic and mushrooms and saut‚ until onion is soft. Add chilies, tomato chunks and bay leaves. Cook, stirring, about 5 minutes or until tomatoes are pulpy. Stir in stock and coriander. Simmer uncovered for 15 minutes or until sauce thickens slightly. Remove bay leaves. Add caribou, stir until heated through. Season with salt to taste. Serve with wild rice. Makes 4 to 6 servings. From: Godbless777 <godbless777@worldnet Yield: 4 servings

Page 202

CARIBOU BOURGUIGNON

1/4 3 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1/2 1 3 2 1 4 1 2 2 1/2 1 3/4 3 2 2 1

lb

salt diced pork strips diced bacon flour salt and pepper to taste

lb

moose round or rump cut in cubes moose kidney, thinly sliced

tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon

brown sugar currant jelly kitchen bouquet bouillon cubes onions chopped or two dozen pearl onions carrots, sliced

tablespoon teaspoon lb cup tablespoon cup can

worcestershire sauce bay leaves thyme mushrooms, sliced butter cream chopped parsley cloves garlic, sliced red wine cream of mushroom soup

Fry salt pork in skillet and cook bacon. Put aside. Shake the meat chunks and kidney slices in salted and peppered flour. Brown the meats in the salt pork fat. Remove to the casserole dish. Stir sugar, jelly, and Kitchen Bouquet into skillet, then smash in the 2 bouillon cubes and melt, stirring to blend over low flame. Glaze the onions, carrots, and garlic slices until sticky with glaze but not caramelized. Remove to casserole. Stir in red wine, then the can of mushroom soup,(can use beef broth). Sir in bay leaves and thyme and smooth out the liquid. Set aside. Cover and simmer for 2-21/2 hours, adding water if stew thickens too much. Add vegetables to casserole for the last 30-40 minutes of cooking. Saute the mushrooms in butter for 2-3 minutes, then add the cream. Cook down until the cream has thickened-about 5 minutes. Add bacon to the mushroom mixture just long enough to warm them, and add to stew along with parsley. This is excellent served with noodles. From: TheOutdoorGourmet@onelist.com From: "Karl E. Moser (Ke3nf)" <karl-M@hdate: Thu, 24 Jun 1999 09:17:22 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings Serves 6

Page 203

CARIBOU CHILI

4 1 2 1 2 1 6 1 1/2 2 1/2

lb large teaspoon teaspoon cup teaspoon cup teaspoon teaspoon

caribou, chunked preferred or groun; d onion, chopped garlic cloves, minced oregano cumin red wine, beef broth or beer chili powder canned tomatoes and juice or small; can tomato paste liquid hot pepper sauce or cayenne pepper salt to taste

Place meat, onion and garlic in a large heavy skillet or Dutch oven. Cook until light colored. Add oregano, cumin, water, chili powder, tomatoes, hot pepper sauce (more or less to taste), and salt. Bring to a boil, lowering heat, and simmer for one hour. Optionally, the sauce may be thickened with a little (1-2 tb.) Masa or Corn meal. If possible, allow chili to cool and sit for at least 6 hours before re-heating and serving. It always tastes better the second day. Extra optional ingredients: 1 c Green Bell pepper chopped 1 c Red Bell pepper chopped Ancho, Pequin, Jalapeno or other chile peppers 1/2 ts All Spice 2 tb Cilantro fresh chopped 1 ts Ground coriander A little red wine vinegar and an equal amount of brown sugar Up to 2 tb Worcestershire Sauce Kidney or small red "chili" beans * [N.B. This is *illegal* <G> in Texas but quite common in the rest of the world!] 1/2 c or more Mushrooms chopped Yield: 8 servings

Page 204

CARIBOU GOULASH

2 1 1 1/4 2 1 1 6 1 1 2 1 2 1 3 14 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1/4

lb cup tablespoon medium

boneless stewing meat marinade: red wine olive oil onion; chopped carrot; sliced thin black peppercorns bay leaf flour for coating

large medium centiliter tablespoon oz tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon

sweet red bell peppers; cubed onion; chopped garlic; minced rib of celery; sliced olive oil canned tomatoes tomato paste paprika caraway seeds (opt'l) salt fresh ground black pepper

lb cup

potatoes plain yoghurt or sour cream

In a shallow dish, combine all the marinade ingredients and add the cubed caribou. Cover and leave in a cool place for 24 hours. Remove the meat cubes from the marinade. Pat dry and roll in a little flour. Strain the marinade and reserve. Cut the peppers in half and remove seeds. Chop the peppers into cubes. Chop the onion and mince the garlic. Cut the celery into 1/2 inch slices. Heat the oil in a large frying pan, and brown the caribou quickly. Remove it, then add the chopped vegetables to the oil and saute quickly; but do not allow to brown. Put the caribou and fried vegetables into a flameproof casserole. Add the tomatoes, roughly chopped, and the tomato paste. Sprinkle the paprika, caraway seeds, and salt and pepper to taste on to the contents of the casserole, and pour in the marinade liquid. Stir well and bring almost to boiling. Cover. Turn down the heat and simmer gently on top of the stove for 1 1/2-2 hours. 25 minutes before the goulash is ready, add the potatoes, peeled and cubed. Just before serving, add the yoghurt/sour cream and stir. Taste for seasoning: more paprika or caraway may be added if liked. Yield: 6 servings

Page 205

CARIBOU PEPPER STEAK

2 1/2 1/4 1/2 1 2 2 2 3/4 3/4 1/2 3 1

lb cup teaspoon cup can cup teaspoon teaspoon cup teaspoon

caribou steak, cut in strips flour pepper shortening, lard or bacon grease stewed tomatoes, save juice water beef bouillon cubes worcestershire sauce salt chopped onion garlic powder green peppers, cut in strips steamed rice

Melt the lard in a large skillet. Dredge the caribou in the flour and pepper mixture. Brown the meat in the hot fat, add the liquid from tomatoes, water, onion, garlic powder & bouillon cubes. Cover & simmer 1 1/2-2 hrs. Uncover, stir in worcestershire sauce, add pepper strips, cover & cook 10 minutes more. Add the tomatoes, cook until tomatoes are hot. Serve over hot cooked rice. Yield: 8 servings

Page 206

CARIBOU ROAST IN GIN

1 1 1 1 6 2 1 2 1 1 1 cup cup cup centiliter medium medium

caribou roast strips of bacon marinade: onion; chopped peppercorns garlic; minced parsnip; diced ribs celery; chopped cider vinegar beef bouillon gin

Combine all the marinade ingredients except the gin. Bring to a boil and simmer about 5 minutes, remove from the heat, add gin and cool. Place roast in marinade to cover. Let stand refrigerated for 48 hours or more. Remove from the marinade; place on a roasting rack in a large roasting pan and drape with bacon. Roast uncovered in a preheated 350 degree F. oven for 15 min per pound. Remove the bacon for the last 30 minutes of cooking and baste roast with the strained marinade and pan drippings. Remove the roast and let sit 5-10 min before carving. With a little butter and flour make a gravy from the pan drippings and balance of the marinade. The gin is juniper flavored alcohol and juniper is a traditional game flavoring. The gin works quite well if you don't have any whole juniper berries available. Yield: 1 roast

Page 207

CARIBOU SOUP

1 1 8 2 4 2 1/2 1 4 1 1 1/2 1/2 2 2 1/2

lb cup

caribou oil; for browning meat water or stock bay leaves juniper berries cloves

cup tablespoon

white wine worcestershire sauce small potatoes, quartered carrot; peeled and sliced parsnip: peeled and diced

cup cup medium cup

turnip; peeled and diced cabbage; shredded celery ribs; chopped banana peppers, chopped green peas

Trim the meat from the bones and cube in coarse dice. Simmer the bones in water or stock with the bay leaves, juniper and cloves for about 2 hours. Remove the bones and strain the stock. Return the broth to the pot. In a skillet brown the meat in a little oil or bacon fat. Add to the pot. Add the remaining ingredients except the peas and simmer 1/2 hr or more. Add the peas minutes before serving. This soup is best re-heated the second day. Yield: 8 servings

Page 208

CARIBOU STEAK, GARLIC STIR-FRY

2 1/4 1 1/4 2 1/4 4 2 3 1 3 1 1 1

lb cup cup teaspoon centiliter cup tablespoon centiliter large cup tablespoon

caribou steaks soy sauce beef bouillon ginger garlic; minced sherry peanut oil garlic; minced green bell peppers cut into 1/2 str; ips water chestnuts cornstarch sherry sesame oil hot steamed rice

Cut meat against the grain into 1/2 inch strips. Pound to tenderize. Make a marinade for the meat by combining soy sauce, bouillon, ginger, garlic and sherry. Marinate steak over night in the refrigerator. Dry meat on paper towels. In a wok, heat peanut oil and saute chopped garlic until it turns golden brown. Remove, leaving at least 2 tablespoon oil in wok. Add meat to oil and saute until brown (add just a dash of sherry and sesame oil to meat while it's browning). Set aside. Make a slurry of the cornstarch and a little water. Pour marinade into a separate pan and add cornstarch. Simmer until thick. Stir-fry green pepper and water chestnuts in the wok. Add meat and marinade sauce. Add a dash sesame oil to taste. Serve over steamed rice. Yield: 8 servings

Page 209

CARIBOU STEW

2

lb

caribou (boneless) flour; for dredging salt and pepper to taste oil; for browning meat

1/2 1/8 1 4 1 1 1/2 1 2 1

c c c small celery c jalapeno md bay

red wine worcestershire sauce lentils potatoes, quartered carrot; peeled and sliced rib; chopped parsnip or turnip; diced pepper, diced or banana peppers, chopped leaf spices and herbs to taste

Dredge meat in seasoned flour and brown in a frying pan with a little oil. Transfer to a large sauce pan or crockpot, add the rest of the ingredients with enough water to cover. Simmer for 2 hours on low or 10 hours in the crockpot. Adjust seasonings and serve.

CARIBOU STROGANOFF

1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1

lb cup teaspoon lb small centiliter tablespoon tablespoon cup cup

caribou steak or boneless stewing m; eat (cut in 1/2 strips) flour salt mushrooms, chopped onions, chopped garlic; minced lard or bacon fat worcestershire sauce beef bouillon cube water sour cream steamed rice or noodles paprika

Pound stew meat to tenderize. Good quality steaks will not need this. Dredge meat in 1/4 cup flour and salt. Saute garlic, onions and mushrooms in fat for 5 minutes. Remove them; add meat and brown. Remove meat from pan. Add remaining flour to drippings in pan. Add Worcestershire and the bouillon dissolved in hot water. Cook until thickened. Add sour cream. Heat until gravy just barely simmers. Add the cooked meat and vegetables and heat. Serve over rice or noodles. Sprinkle with paprika to accent. Yield: 4 servings

Page 210

CARIBOU TENDERLOIN STEAK WITH CHANTERELLE MUSHROOMS AND C

4 1 1 1 1 2/3 1/2 1/4 1/8 1 1 2 1 1 1 3/8 1 2 1 1/4 1/2 tablespoon small teaspoon teaspoon cup cup lb tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

caribou tenderloin steaks (5 to 6 ounces each, about 3/4 inch thick) vegetable oil butter rich beef stock dry white french vermouth salt freshly ground black pepper freshly squeezed lemon juice finely chopped fresh tarragon leaves cooked chanterelles cooked chanterelles: chanterelles freshly ground black pepper butter minced shallot salt chopped fresh tarragon

Cook the mushrooms: Carefully remove any dirt from the chanterelles with a soft-bristled brush. Melt butter in a 12 inch skillet over low heat. Add the mushrooms, salt, and a few grindings of black pepper. Toss to coat the mushrooms with the butter and cover the pan. Cook slowly, stirring occasionally, until the mushrooms are tender but have a slightly firmness, about 15 minutes. Stir in shallot and tarragon. Cook, covered, 5 more minutes. The mushrooms should be lightly browned with no juice remaining in the pan. Pat the caribou steaks with paper towels. Heat the oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium high heat, add the steaks and cook 2 minutes on each side for medium rare. Transfer to a plate; cover and keep warm. Pour off fat in the skillet and return to the pan to medium high heat. Add the butter, and after it has melted, stir in the chanterelles. When the mushrooms are hot, pour in the stock and vermouth. Cook at a brisk boil, stirring occasionally, until the liquid has reduced by half and is syrupy. Add the cream, salt, and pepper, and continue reducing for several minutes until the sauce has thickened and coats a metal spoon. Stir in the lemon juice. Stir in the tarragon and return the steaks back to the pan. Cook briefly just to heat through, while spooning the sauce and mushrooms over the meat. Serve immediately. From - New Cooking from the Old West / Greg Patent From: Hill8628 <hill8628@netzero.Net> Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2003 20:11:30 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

Page 211

CARIBOU VEGETABLE SOUP

3 3 2 1 2 29 1 1 1/2 2 1 1/2 3 2 1 1/4

quart

water potatoes, diced 3 lb. shank meat (or any stew meat) ribs celery with leaves

oz

can tomatoes shank bone sawed in pieces salt and pepper to taste

cup

chopped parsley beef bouillon cubes (optional)

teaspoon

thyme carrots, cut up in chunks bay leaves onion, sliced

teaspoon

savory

Boil water, put in meat, bone, and bouillon cubes. Bring to a boil, and cook for 2 1/2 hours. When cooled discard the congealed fat. Bring broth to boil again. Add the vegetables, salt, pepper, and the herbs and simmer covered for 20-30 minutes depending on how large the carrot and/or potato chunks have been cut. From: TheOutdoorGourmet@onelist.com From: "Karl E. Moser (Ke3nf)" <karl-M@hdate: Thu, 24 Jun 1999 09:18:19 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

Page 212

CARROT & CHAYOTE SQUASH SOUP

1 1 16 1 1 16 1 16 1/8

chayote -oz. teaspoon (2 cloves -oz. -oz. teaspoon

squash, cut into - ½-inch cubes and; brushed lightly with oli oil* package of frozen carrot coins garlic, minced can low-sodium chicken broth can evaporated skim milk black pepper

CHAYOTE SQUASH was once a staple of the Aztecs and Mayas, and got its name from the Aztec language Nahuatl, who called it chayotli. Roast squash in a preheated 400 F. oven for 30 minutes, or until the cubes start to blacken around the edges. Remove from the heat and set aside. In a medium pot on medium-low heat, steam carrots according to package directions. Transfer cooked carrots to a blender, and add garlic and chicken broth. Puree the mixture until smooth, and then return it to the pot and turn the heat on low. Stir in the milk and the pepper, and bring the soup to a simmer. Ladle the soup into bowls. For garnish, add a spoonful of roasted chayote squash to the center of each bowl. *Chayote squash is pale green and firm, with a mild white flesh. If you cannot find it, a summer squash such as pattypan or yellow zucchini would be a good substitution. Yield: serves 4

Page 213

CASSEROLED DOVE BREASTS AND WILD RICE

10 1 1 1 1 1/2 1 4 3 1/4 1/2 1 1/2 1 2/3 1 cup tablespoon teaspoon cup cup lb

dove breasts juice from 1/2 lemon salt pepper rib celery mushrooms (that's one half pound) scallions (green onions) butter tarragon white wine chicken stock (that's one and one half cups) wild rice (that's two thirds cup)

I tried a new dove recipe this past weekend and thought I would pass it along. This has to be one of the best recipes for doves I have ever used. Rinse the wild rice, drain, and set aside. Skin the dove breasts, wipe with lemon juice, and salt and pepper the breasts. Chop the mushrooms, scallions and celery. Sautee them in the butter lightly (3-5 minutes). Put the wild rice in the bottom of a casserole dish. Arrange the dove breasts on top of the wild rice. Pour celery, mushroom, and scallion mixture over doves. Add rest of ingredients (tarragon, white wine, and chicken stock). Place the dish, covered, in a 325 degree preheated oven and let cook for one and one half to one and three quarter hours (90 - 105 minutes). This recipe keeps the dove breasts moist and tender!!! Keith This sounds like a good recipe. However, if you really want to go all out, here are few suggested changes: Pluck and draw the dove and use the back, leg and thigh too. In a roasting pan, baste the little babies with chicken or duck fat (butter will do in a pinch but be liberal with the fat so the birds remain moist). pre-heat the oven to 300 degrees and roast them. Baste every 20 minutes and check to see if they're done everytime you go to baste (you can tell by proding at the breast meat with a fork. If it pulls away from the sternum fairly easily then it is done. It's best to undercook slightly at this point because you will be cooking them again with the rice). Now take and pull the meat from the birds and set aside. Take the remaining bones and put into a stock pot and cover with cold water until about two inches above the bones. Add a quartered onion to the pot along with a bulb of garlic (around 8 cloves - cut in half and use germ too). Add a carrot (broken into two or three pieces). Bring the stock to a boil and reduce heat to low and let slowly simmer for two hours minimum (I'd suggest 4 hours).

Page 214 Add water if it drops below the bones. Substitute dove stock for the chicken stock below. Now take the pan drippings from the roaster and pour into a skillet (add duck/chicken fat or butter until you have about 3 or 4 tablespoons of fat (total) in the skillet. Saute chopped veggies in this mixture. Add wild rice to the skillet and coat well with the fat (stir for about 3 minutes). Now add the dove stock (see amount below) directly to the skillet and bring to a simmer for 3 or 4 minutes. Now add to the casserole dish along with the meat, wine (see amount below) and tarragon (personally, I'd use sage here but it's because I hate tarragon). The cooking times listed below will need to change for this recipe as well. Cover dish and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. I hope my modifications don't offend you Keith. Your recipe really is one of the better ones I've seen on this group. Ken Ihrer -- The Cajun Game Chef Yield: 1 servings

Page 215

CASSEROLED PIGEON W/ HERBS AND SPICES (SCOTTISH MEDIEVAL)

1 4 12 4 2 1 1 1/2 1/2 1 1 1/2 1 pinch pinch teaspoon pint centiliter teaspoon tablespoon

** british measurements ** pigeons; oven-ready garlic fresh thyme; chopped fresh parsley; chopped salt and pepper to taste drippings or lard for frying chicken stock lemon; juiced ground ginger saffron threads ground cinnamon fresh herbs for garnish

Stuff each pigeon with 3 garlic cloves, 1 tsp fresh thyme and 1/2 tbsp fresh parsley. Season with a little salt and freshly milled black pepper, then brown the pigeons all over in a little dripping or lard in a heavy flameproof casserole which is just big enough to take them. Pour over the stock, then add the lemon juice, ginger, saffron and cinnamon. Cover with a lid and cook in the centre of a moderate oven (350øF / 180øC / gas mark 4) for about 1 to 1 1/2 hours or until very tender. Taste the gravy and adjust the seasoning as necessary. Serve each person with a pigeon arranged on a slice of wholemeal toast with a little gravy poured over. Garnish with fresh herbs. Makes about 4 servings. ** A Book of Historical Recipes ** : by Sara Paston-Williams The National Trust of Scotland, 1995 ISBN = 0-7078-0240-7 Scanned and formatted for you by The WEE Scot -- pol mac Griogair ORIGINAL RECIPE:: Peiouns ystewed (dated 1390)

"Take peiouns (pigeons) and stop hem with garlec ypylid (peeled) and with gode erbis ihewe (chopped herbs), and do hem in an erthen pot; cast therto gode broth and whyte grece (lard), powdour fort (a mixture of hot spices such as pepper and ginger), saffron, verious (verjuice) and salt." From: Fred Ball Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 4 servings Date: 30 Nov 96 National

Page 216

CHAR GRILLED KANGAROO W' WILD ROSELLA FLOWER/NATIVE PEPPE

4 250 8 4 1 teaspoon ml

kangaroo fillets, 200gm each beef stock, or water rosella flowers native pepper leaves cornflour, mixed to a thin paste wi; th cold water

Make a small pocket in the centre of each fillet and insert rosella flower. Char grill fillets to desired state. While fillets are cooking, heat stock, add remaining rosella flowers and pepper leaves. When fillets are cooked, add to the stock. Leave for a minute or two to allow some juices to flavour the sauce, then thicken sauce with cornflour. Serve with brown rice or potatoes. [Substitute the Rosella flowers with hibiscus, [I have used Szechuan pepper to substitute the native pepper taste originally from KANGAROO COOKIN', by Peter Winch From: Kevin Jcjd Symons Date: 24 Nov 97 Yield: 4 servings

CHARLIE'S DEER STEW

3 1 3 1 1/2 1 1 1 1 1 1/2 1/2 3 3 teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon cup cup teaspoon teaspoon

venison (to 4 lb) flour bacon fat hot water wine, dry red mixed thyme, basil, marjoram dried parsley onion, large salt coarse red pepper carrots, scraped/quartered potatoes, scraped/quartered

Remove sinews and bones from deer; cut meat into bite sized pieces & roll in flour. Brown in bacon fat, wine, herbs, onions, salt and pepper. Cover pot and and bring to a boil. Lower heat and simmer two hours. Add carrots & potatoes. Cover and simmer 1 hour, adding more hot water if needed. When meat is tender and vegetables done, serve hot with french bread. Recipe date: 11/28/87 From: Dale Shipp Date: 07 Dec 96 Home Cooking Ä Yield: 1 servings

Page 217

CHARRED BUFFALO MEDALLIONS WITH COFFEE BARBECUE SAUCE

1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1/4 1/4 1 1/2 1

tablespoon tablespoon

olive oil unsalted butter tenderloin medallions of buffalo, 6 oz each salt and pepper

small medium cup cup cup cup

vidalia onion, cut into dice gold tequila lime juice rich beef or veal stock black coffee barbecue sauce (recipe follows)

In a large saute pan over medium heat, combine the oil and butter. Season the buffalo medallions to taste, then add to the hot pan. Turn the heat up to high, and quickly char both sides of the meat, 1-2 min/side for rare, 2-3 min for medium. Remove to warm platter, cover with foil and set aside. Add onions to the pan, and saute over medium-low heat until softened and caramelized, 5 min. Standing back from the flame, add tequila to the pan. Reduce heat to low, and stir to deglaze. When the liquid in the pan is reduced by about half, add the lime juice and simmer until the pan is almost dry. Add the stock, and simmer until it is reduced by almost half. Add the black coffee barbecue sauce. Simmer gently for 2 min; correct seasoning. Serve the medallions in a pool of sauce. Adapted from Michael Lomonaco, Cellar in the Sky NY Times 1/14/98 Yield: 4 servings

Page 218

CHARRED PORK POSOLE, ROASTED GREEN CHILI,

6 3 2 1

# large cloves bunch

pork shoulder: deboned into “steaks; ” for marinating and gril white hominy (#10 can) onions three 4 oz. cans of medium green ch; ilies garlic, 2 ea limes cilantro tomato product: paste, chopped, and; sauce spices: paprika, cumin, chili powde; r (mexican oregano opt.) kosher salt and fresh cracked black; pepper two and a half gallon soup/stock po; t

Tomatoes and Spiced Tomato Broth There are steps to be taken for this seemingly simple pot of stew. It is CRUCIAL that you fabricate your pork shoulder and cut the meat off the bone producing 1/2 inch “steaks”. There is a bone deep inside the meat of the pork shoulder. This bone must be removed, reserved and put into a small pot with salt, ground pepper, and 1/4 cup diced onion. Allow this to come to a boil and then reduce to a slight rolling boil until ALL your prep is complete.

CHEAP AND EASY BEAN AND HOMINY STEW

1 1 1 1 6 1

cn cn cn cn oz pk

hominy, canned pinto beans garbanzo beans kidney beans tomato sauce chili/taco/mexican seasoning

Mix and heat.

Page 219

CHEESE AND GREEN CHILI SOUP

1

x

no ingredients

Recipe by Elaya K Tsosie Fresh Green Chilies in Olive Oil This is the method used to prepare chilies for the Cheese and Green Chili Soup recipe that follows. Dip each chili in olive oil and place on a cookie sheet. Place under broiler, about 3" from heat source. Broil until chilies are slightly scorched. Turn chilies and repeat process. It will take only 3 to 4 minutes on each side. Place chilies in freezer 3 hrs. Remove and pull skin from flesh of chilies. Remove seeds and membranes. Use with any recipe calling for green chilies. Cheese and Green Chili Soup o 2 tbs. butter o 2 onions, diced o 4 cloves fresh garlic, chopped o 15 freshly roasted green chilies (see previous instructions) You may use 1 large can (28 ounces) roasted diced green chilies if roasting your own is not an option o 5 ripe tomatoes, diced o 6 medium white potatoes, peeled and cut into 1" cubes o 16 cups water o 2 pounds Longhorn Colby or Cheddar cheese, shredded o Salt to taste In a large soup pot, melt butter and saut‚ onions and garlic over medium heat. When onions are soft, add green chilies and tomatoes. Simmer 10 minutes, stirring every minute or so. Add potatoes and water. Cook over medium heat until potatoes are done, 10 to 20 minutes. Add cheese. On very low heat, simmer about 30 minutes. Add salt to taste. For best results, allow to cool overnight and serve the next day. Makes 6 servings. Yield: 6 servings

Page 220

CHEF'S RABBIT

1 2 1 1 6 1 1 8 1 6 1 oz cup

rabbit -orpheasants (cut in pieces) salt and white pepper flour bacon slices, cut into lg squares onion, chopped fine extra large mushrooms, whole or quartered beef stock sour cream

Season meat with salt and white pepper and dredge with flour. In hot skillet, cook bacon pieces about half way. Add rabbit and/or pheasant and brown on both sides. Add onions and saute with meat. Add mushrooms. Pour beef stock over all and put in preheated oven at 450 degrees for 30 minutes, or until meat is done. Take meat out. Whip sour cream into remaining pan juices and pour over meat. Source: N.A.H.C. Wild Game Cookbook Author: Scott Ekenberg, Bloomington MN Yield: 2 servings

CHEROKEE CASSEROLE *

1 1 3/4 1 1/2 1 1 1/8 1/8 1/8 2 1 1 3

lb tablespoon cup teaspoon

ground beef olive oil bermuda onion; chopped salt pepper to taste bay leaf

teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup can cup slice

thyme garlic powder oregano crushed tomatoes cream of mushroom soup minute rice american cheese; cut in 1/2 strips

Brown meat in olive oil. Add onion; cook over medium heat until onion is tender. Stir in seasonings, soup, tomatoes and rice. Simmer 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Spoon into a baking dish. Top with cheese. Broil until cheese is melted. Yield: 6 servings

Page 221

CHEROKEE CASSEROLE 2

1 1/2 1 1 2 1 1/2

pound teaspoon

of ground beef of salt pepper onion, chopped

cup small can bay

of instant rice cans of tomato sauce cream of mushroom soup dash oregano leaf

Brown meat in skillet. Add other ingredients and mix well. Pour into casserole and bake 325 degrees for 45 minutes. Put triangles of American cheese around outside of casserole and heat until melted. Yield: serves 4-6.

CHEROKEE KANUCHI STEW WITH ROOT VEGETABLES

1 1 2 2 1 8 1 1 2 2

cup cup quarts cups lb. oz. lb. cup cups cups

pecans hazelnuts water chopped onion carrots, cut into 1 -inch pieces sunchokes (see glossary), scrubbed; and sliced into 1/2-inch sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into; 1-inch cubes canned hominy frozen corn fresh green beans, cut into 1 -inch; pieces salt and pepper to taste

Use hickory nuts if possible, as they provide the most authentic flavor. A mixture of hazelnuts and pecans is a good substitute. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place pecans and hazelnuts on separate cookie sheets; bake 7 minutes. Remove as much skin as possible from hazelnuts by rubbing with a terry cloth towel. Place immediately in food processor or blender; grind to a paste. Add pecans; continue grinding. Boil water. Add nuts, onions and carrots; simmer 30 minutes. Nut paste will rise to surface; stir down occasionally. Add sunchokes, sweet potatoes, hominy and corn; simmer 30 minutes. Add green beans; simmer 15 minutes. Add salt and pepper. You can make this up to 2 days ahead. Serve with cornbread. Makes 8 servings.

Page 222

CHEROKEE PEPPER POT SOUP

1 2 2 2 1 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/4

lb qt lg ripe lg c c c c c

venison or beef short ribs or shank; s water onions, quartered tomatoes, seeded and diced sweet bell pepper, seeded and diced fresh or frozen okra diced potatoes sliced carrots fresh or frozen corn kernels chopped celery salt and ground pepper to taste

A hearty meat and vegetable soup! Put meat, water, and onions in a heavy soup kettle. Cover and bring to a boil over high heat. Reduce heat to low and simmer for 3 hours. Remove meat, let cool, and discard bones, returning meat to pot. Stir in remaining vegetables and simmer, partially covered for 1 1/2 hours. Season with salt and pepper. Yield: serves 4 to 6.

CHEROKEE PEPPER POT SOUP

1 2 2 2 1 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/4

lb qt lg ripe lg c c c c c

venison or beef short ribs or shank; s water onions, quartered tomatoes, seeded and diced sweet bell pepper, seeded and diced fresh or frozen okra diced potatoes sliced carrots fresh or frozen corn kernels chopped celery salt and ground pepper to taste

Put meat, water, and onions in a heavy soup kettle. Cover and bring to a boil over high heat. Reduce heat to low and simmer for 3 hours. Remove meat, let cool, and discard bones, returning meat to pot. Stir in remaining vegetables and simmer, partially covered for 1 1/2 hours. Season with salt and pepper. Yield: serves 4 to 6.

Page 223

CHEROKEE PEPPER POT SOUP

1 2 2 2 1 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/4

lb qt lg ripe lg c c c c c

venison or beef short ribs or shank; s water onions, quartered tomatoes, seeded and diced sweet bell pepper, seeded and diced fresh or frozen okra diced potatoes sliced carrots fresh or frozen corn kernels chopped celery salt and ground pepper to taste

Put meat, water, and onions in a heavy soup kettle. Cover and bring to a boil over high heat. Reduce heat to low and simmer for 3 hours. Remove meat, let cool, and discard bones, returning meat to pot. Stir in remaining vegetables and simmer, partially covered for 1 1/2 hours. Season with salt and pepper. Yield: 4 to 6 servings

CHEROKEE PEPPER POT SOUP (AI)

1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1 1/4 1 1

lb quart large

venison or beef short ribs or shanks water onions, quartered ripe tomatoes, seeded and diced

large cup cup cup cup cup

sweet bell pepper, seeded and diced fresh or frozen okra diced potatoes sliced carrots fresh or frozen corn kernels chopped celery salt and ground pepper to taste

Put meat, water, and onions in a heavy soup kettle. Cover and bring to a boil over high heat. Reduce heat to low and simmer for 3 hours. Remove meat, let cool, and discard bones, returning meat to pot. Stir in remaining vegetables and simmer, partially covered for 1 1/2 hours. Season with salt and pepper. Serves 4 to 6. SOURCE: "Spirit Of The Harvest, North American Indian Cooking" by Beverly Cox and Martin Jacobs Posted By: April Roche 10/92 From: Robert Miles Date: 09-02-95 Cooking From:

Page 224 Dale Shipp Yield: 1 servings Date: 07 Dec 96 Home Cooking Ä

CHEROKEE RABBIT CHOWDER

6 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1/2 1 1 3 1/2 2

slice large

bacon rabbit, cleaned and cut in pieces frying chicken, cleaned and cut in pieces

large large

onions, peeled and cut in wedges green peppers, seeded and cut in 1/2 inch pieces whole red cayenne pepper

lb lb medium cup

sliced mushrooms (or sliced, pieced, puffball) carrots, peeled and sliced potatoes, peeled and cut in inch chunks corn kernels

In a large stew-pot cook bacon until done but not crisp. Add rabbit and chicken and cover completely with water. Cook, covered, until meat comes off the bones (about 1 hour and 20 minutes). Remove meat from stock and set aside to cool. Meanwhile, bring stock back to a boil and add onion, green pepper, cayenne, mushrooms, carrots, potatoes and corn. Cook until potatoes are done, about 25 - 30 minutes. While vegetables cook, remove meat from bones. Discard bones and shred meat. As soon as potatoes are tender, remove about half of them from the broth and finely mash. Add shredded meat to broth, stir in mashed potatoes to thicken. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Serves: 8 - 10 From: Richard Lee Holbert <oldag85tx@ch Yield: 4 servings

Page 225

CHESTNUT SOUP

3 1/2 1/2 1/2 3 2 1 6 3 1/4 1/4 1/4

tablespoons cup cup cup fresh whole turkish cups cups cup cup teaspoon

unsalted butter finely chopped celery finely chopped carrot finely chopped onion flat-leaf parsley sprigs cloves or 1/2 california bay leaf low-sodium chicken broth chestnuts, cooked, peeled; crumbled (15 oz jar) sercial madeira heavy cream black pepper

Special equipment: cheesecloth; kitchen string Melt butter in a 3-quart heavy saucepan over low heat, then stir in celery, carrot, and onion. Cover surface of vegetables with a buttered round of wax paper or parchment (buttered side down) and cover pan with lid, then sweat vegetables 15 minutes (to soften). Wrap parsley, cloves, and bay leaf in cheesecloth and tie into a bundle with string to make a bouquet garni. Discard buttered paper from vegetables, then add broth and bouquet garni and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer, covered, 20 minutes. Add chestnuts and Madeira and simmer, covered, 3 minutes. Purée soup in small batches (4 or 5) in a blender until smooth (use caution when blending hot liquids), transferring to a 3- to 4-quart heavy saucepan. Stir in cream, pepper, and salt to taste and reheat soup over moderate heat, stirring occasionally. Cooks' note: Soup can be made 2 days ahead and cooled, uncovered, then chilled, covered. Yield: makes 6 to 8 se Preparation Time (hh:mm): 30 mi

Page 226

CHESTNUT SOUP

recipe Scald, peel and scrape 50 large chestnuts; put these into a stewpan with 2 OZ. of butter, an onion, 4 lumps of sugar, and a little pepper and salt, and simmer the whole over a slow fire for three-quarters of an hour; then bruise the chestnuts in a mortar; remove the pulp into a stewpan, add a quart of good brown gravy, and having rubbed the purée through a Tammy, pour it into a stewpan; make it hot and serve with fried crusts.

CHESTNUT SOUP NATIVE

2 2 3 2 2 1 7 1/2

lbs. T. ribs

fresh chestnuts, or 4 1/2 cups cann; ed chestnuts butter celery, strings removed onions, peeled and cut in half leeks, white part only

garlic cups cup

clove, crushed and peeled chicken or vegetable stock heavy cream salt and freshly ground white peppe; r, to taste to shell and peel fresh chestnuts,; make a slit in the convex chestnut with a sharp, sturdy knife; . place in a saucepan wit to cover. bring to a boil. remove f; rom heat and allow chestn liquid. when cool, take chestnuts f; rom pan, one by one, remo inner skins. if using canned chestn; uts, omit this step. thinly slice celery, onions and lee; ks. melt butter in a larg add celery, onions, leeks and garli; c. cook over low heat unt are soft and translucent. add peele; d chestnuts and cook for add chicken or vegetable stock to c; over, season with salt an taste, then cover saucepan and cook; over low heat until vege tender. remove some of the larger p; ieces of chestnut for gar strain solids, reserving liquid in; saucepan. puree solids, t the liquid as soon as the puree is; smooth. return puree to l saucepan, then add the remaining ch; icken stock. reheat soup point, remove from heat and slowly; stir in cream. reheat sou serve, garnishing with larger piece; s of chestnut.

Yield: serves 8 to 10

Page 227

CHESTNUT SOUP WITH GREENS

2 1 15 1/2 6 2 1 2 1

cups lb. -oz. cups tsp. bunch cups bunch

finely diced onion chestnuts* can unsweetened chestnut puree water salt watercress, washed and stems remove; d dandelion greens or arugula scallions, sliced (green part only)

Native Americans used acorns for this soup, but because they are not commercially available, we've substituted chestnuts. Canned, unsweetened chestnut puree is easy to use, as are fresh chestnuts. In Asian grocery stores you also can find dry chestnuts. These can be used by soaking overnight and then simmering until tender. * roasted, peeled and ground in food processor Combine onions, chestnut puree and water in 4-quart stockpot. Simmer 15 minutes; add salt. Just before serving, add greens and scallions; cook briefly until wilted. Makes 8 servings. Variations: A wider variety of fresh greens may be added, but they should be very tender leaves that could be used in a salad. You also can add edible flowers.

Page 228

CHESTNUT SOUP WITH PINE NUTS AND CURRANTS

3 1 1 2 11/2 7 1

pounds cup cup teaspoons tablespoons cups cup

fresh chestnuts or 5 cups cooked, p; eeled chestnuts (fresh, f vacuum-packed; see notes) chopped onion chopped celery fennel seed olive oil fat-skimmed chicken broth half-and-half (light cream) ¼ cup dried currants ¼ cup pine nuts salt and pepper

PREP AND COOK TIME: About 2¼ hours (about 1 hour if using cooked, peeled chestnuts) NOTES: If using cooked, peeled chestnuts, omit steps 1 and 2. If making soup through step 5 up to 2 days ahead, cover and chill. 1. Cut an X about ½ inch long through the flat side of each chestnut shell. Place nuts in a 12- by 17-inch pan. 2. Bake in a 4000 oven until shells begin to split open and nuts are slightly soft (break 1 open to test), 25 to 30 minutes. Hold 1 hot nut at a time in a soft potholder and squeeze to loosen shell. Pull off shell and brown skin; use a small, sharp knife to pull bits of skin from crevices. Discard any moldy or hard, dried nuts. 3. Meanwhile, in a 5- to 6-quart pan over medium-high heat, frequently stir onion, celery and fennel seed in 1 tablespoon oil until vegetables are limp, 8 to 10 minutes. 4. Add broth and chestnuts; bring to a boil over high heat. Reduce heat, cover, and simmer until chestnuts mash easily, about 40 minutes. 5. Whirl mixture, a portion at a time, in a blender or food processor until smooth. 6. Return purée to pan and add halfand-half. Stir over medium-high heat until steaming, about 3 minutes (about 8 minutes if chilled). 7. Meanwhile, in a 10- to 12-inch frying pan over medium heat, frequently stir currants and pine nuts in remaining 1/2 tablespoon oil until nuts are golden, 3 to 5 minutes. Pour into a small bowl. 8. Ladle soup into bowls and top equally with currant-pine nut mixture. Season to taste with salt and pepper.

Yield: 3 quarts; 8 ser

Page 230

CHICKEN AND APPLES WITH DIJON CREAM

1 3 1 1 1/2 2 1 3/4 1/2 1 1/2 1 1 1/4

cup teaspoon teaspoon cup pkg cup cup teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon cup

minute rice; prepared chicken breast halves; boned and skinned vegetable oil butter chopped onion red cooking apples (mcintosh) (8 oz) sliced mushrooms apple juice white wine sugar chicken bouillon crystals dijon mustard half and half

Place 2 cups of unsalted water in a 2-quart or larger saucepan over high heat. Bring to a boil (3 min.). Add the rice, cover, reduce heat to summer, and steam for 17 minutes. Meanwhile, if the chicken is frozen, place it on a microwave-safe plate and microwave 3 minutes, uncovered on high, to begin defrosting. While chicken is microwaving, heat the oil and butter on medium in a 12-inch, nonstick skillet. Peel and coarsely chop the onion, adding it to the skillet as you chop. Slice the chicken into 1/4 inch strips throuht the width, adding them to the pan as you slice. When all the chicken is added, raise heat to medium-high and cook for 3 minutes, stirring from time to time, until the chicken just begins to brown. Meanwhile, cut apples in half and remove the core. Slice unpeeled apples into 1/4-inch slices. When all of the apples are sliced, add them to the pan with the mushrooms. Stir and cook for 1 minute. Add apple juice, wine, sugar and chicken bouillon crystals. Stir well to dissolve the bouillon. Brint to a boil and cook for 4 minutes. Stir in the Dijon mustard and half and half. Cook for 2 more minutes. Serve at once over a bed of steamed rice. Serves 4 Source: Palm Beach Post, Food Section billspa@icanect.net Recipe by: Palm Beach Post 10/23/97 Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #860 by Bill Spalding <billspa@icanect.net> on Oct 23, 1997 Yield: 4 servings

Page 231

CHICKEN AND CORN STEW WITH CORN WAFERS

for the corn wafers 1/2 2 1 1/2 3 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 1/4 4 1 1 1/2 1/4 stick (1/4 cup) teaspoons large teaspoon tablespoons tablespoon tablespoons tablespoon whole tablespoon tablespoons small small rib cups fresh teaspoon cup cup cup unsalted butter, softened sugar egg white salt yellow cornmeal all-purpose flour freshly grated parmesan vegetable oil boneless chicken breasts (about 2 p; ounds) unsalted butter all-purpose flour onion, chopped fine green bell pepper, chopped fine of celery, chopped fine chicken broth or canned plum tomatoes, chopped chili powder fresh corn kernels including the pu; lp scraped from the cobs about 2 ears of corn) thinly sliced scallion greens loosely packed fresh basil leaves,; chopped fine

Make the corn wafers: In a bowl with an electric mixer cream the butter, add the sugar, and beat the mixture until it is light and fluffy. Add the egg white and the salt and beat the mixture at low speed for 5 seconds, or until it is just combined. (The mixture will be lumpy.) Add the cornmeal, the flour, and the Parmesan and stir the mixture until it is just combined. Transfer the mixture to a small bowl and chill it, covered, for at least 4 hours or overnight. Arrange rounded teaspoons of the mixture 3 inches apart on buttered baking sheets and with a fork dipped in cold water flatten them carefully to form 2-inch rounds. Bake the wafers in batches in the middle of a preheated 425°F. oven for 5 to 6 minutes, or until the edges are golden brown, with a spatula transfer the wafers immediately to racks, and let them cool. In a 9-inch cast-iron skillet heat the oil over moderately high heat until it is hot but not smoking and in it brown the chicken, patted dry and seasoned with salt and pepper, in batches, transferring it as it is browned to a bowl. To the fat remaining in the skillet add butter and the flour and cook the roux over moderately low heat, stirring constantly, until it is the color of peanut butter. Stir in the onion, the bell pepper, and the celery and cook the mixture, stirring occasionally, until the vegetables are softened. Add the broth, the tomatoes, the chili powder, and the chicken with any juices that have accumulated in the bowl, simmer the stew, covered, for 15 to 20 minutes, or until the chicken is cooked through, and stir in the corn. Transfer the chicken to a work surface and let it cool until it can be handled. Cut the chicken into bite-size pieces and stir it into the

Page 232 stew. The stew may be prepared up to this point 1 day in advance and kept covered and chilled. Stir in the scallion greens and the basil, season the stew with salt and pepper, and serve it in bowls topped with the corn wafers. Yield: serves 4 to 6.

Page 233

CHICKEN CURRY CREPES CIRCA 1983

1 1 1 1 1 1/3 1/3 1 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 3 2 1 1/3 1/3 1/4 12 1 1 1 1 1 2 3/4 1/3 2 1/4 cup cup tablespoon teaspoon cup cup cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup cup cup cup cup

shared by dorothy hair 6/94 CHICKEN CURRY CREPES----onion -- chopped apple -- tart unpeeled -- chopped butter flour bouillon cube -- chicken curry powder salt ginger -- ground pepper -- white milk -- non-fat chicken -- cooked coarsely chopped peanuts raisins coconut -- flaked crepes CONDIMENTS----chutney onions -- green coconut raisins peanuts CREPES----- water eggs flour dry milk -- non-fat oil salt > source <---------

=========================> Chicken <========================== Saute onion and apple in butter in large saucepan. Stir in flour, bouillon cube, curry powder, salt, ginger, and pepper. Gradually stir in milk. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until mixture just comes to a boil and thickens. * * Reserve 1 cup sauce to serve over crepes. Stir chicken, peanuts, raisins, and coconut into remaining sauce. Place 1/3 cup chicken curry filling on each crepe. Roll up and place in buttered 13x9x2 inch baking dish. Cover with foil. Bake in slow oven, 325 degrees, 20 minutes, or until heated through. Reheat reserved sauce. Serve over crepes with extra condiments, if desired. ==========================> Crepes <=========================== =============== Reply 4 of Note 1 ================= Board: FOOD BB Topic: FOOD SOFTWARE Subject: Z-MM-MISC-MEGA To: ASXV66A JAMES KILGORE Date: 06/17 From: ASXV66A JAMES KILGORE Time: 1:05 AM

Page 234 Recipe By :

From: Terri Woltmon Date: 04-15-94 (20:09) Number: 208 From Ned's Opus Date: 04-15-94 (20:09) Num (4) Cooking Yield: 4 servings

CHICKEN IN GREEN SAUCE (POLLO EN MOLE VERDE)

2 2 8 1 1/2 1/2 1 2-4 2 1 2

cups poblano cup cup cup large cloves cups bunch T.

3 lbs. chicken pieces** chicken or vegetable stock chilies pumpkin seeds* or pine nuts (pignol; i) walnuts almonds onion, chopped garlic, chopped coarsely chopped tomatillos cilantro (coriander leaves) salt and freshly ground pepper to t; aste vegetable oil

This green version is just one example of the many 'moles' of Mexican cuisine. A mole (from the Nahuatl word 'molli' for sauce) doesn't necessarily include chocolate as some would have us believe, but some sort of chili pepper is always among the ingredients. * Also called 'pepitas,' pumpkin seeds are available in many supermarkets and Hispanic specialty shops. **Turkey, Quail, Pheasant, etc. could be used. Combine the chicken pieces and stock in a pot and bring to a boil over high heat. Reduce the heat and simmer covered for 45 minutes. Drain the chicken and keep it warm, reserving the stock. Using a fork, hold the poblano chiles over a gas flame or electric burner until the skin is blistered and blackened in places. Place in a paper bag and allow to rest for 20 minutes. Peel the peppers, slit them lengthwise, and remove the seeds and veins. Working in small batches, pulverize the pumpkin seeds in an electric blender or food processor. Combine the poblano chiles, ground pumpkin seeds, walnuts, almonds, onion, garlic, tomatillos, coriander, salt, and pepper in a bowl and mix to combine. Working in batches, puree the mixture in an electric blender or food processor, adding enough of the reserved chicken stock to make a thick paste. Heat the oil in a large skillet over high heat and add the sauce. Cook, stirring constantly, for 3 to 4 minutes. Thin to the consistency of heavy cream with the chicken stock if necessary. Reduce the heat to very low, transfer the chicken to the skillet, and simmer covered until the chicken is very tender, 15 to 20 minutes. Yield: serves 4 to 6.

Page 235

CHICKEN POZOLE CHILI

for the chile sauce -combine and sa; ute: 3 2 8 6 1/4 2 1/2 26 2 cups cups cascabel cloves cup T. t. -inch cups tomatoes, chopped yellow onion, chopped chiles, crushed, stems and seeds re; moved garlic,smashed olive oil chopped fresh oregano kosher salt add and simmer; puree: corn tortillas, chopped low-sodium chicken broth for the chili saute in 2 t. olive oil: 2 1 1 2 1 1 1/4 3 2 2 1 cups T. T. t. t. t. t. cups cups cups can (15.5 oz.) yellow onion, sliced stir in: garlic, minced chili powder ground cumin ground coriander kosher salt cayenne add and simmer: low-sodium chicken broth cooked chicken breast, shredded romaine lettuce, chiffonade yellow hominy, drained, rinsed chil; e sauce for the avocado salad combine: 1 1/4 2 1/2 ripe cup T. t. avocado, peeled, pitted, diced scallions, minced chopped fresh cilantro kosher salt juice of 1/2 a lime Chili refers to the stew while chile is a pepper. Most chilies have chiles as an ingredient. And here's another word to add to your vocabulary: pozole. Pozole [poh-SOH-leh] is a traditional Mexican stew (and also the Spanish word for hominy). Pozole includes hominy-dried corn that''s been soaked in slaked lime until its skin comes off, causing the kernels to swell. Hominy is excellent in stews, and is sold in cans at your grocer. Pozole is typically made with a flavorful chile sauce. Commercial brands tend to be full of preservatives and salt, so make your own using dried chiles. But don't get freaked out - the chiles are easy to find and the sauce is quick to prepare. Make it ahead and chill it until you're ready to make the pozole. It's also great on enchiladas. This chili, like most, is better the second day. If you're planning to make it ahead, put off adding the lettuce until right before serving. Garnish Chili with: Avocado Salad Crumbled feta cheese Combine tomatoes, onion, chiles, garlic, oil, and seasonings for the

Page 236 sauce. Saute over medium-high heat for 10 minutes. Add tortillas and broth; simmer 20 minutes. Puree in blender. Saute onion for the chili in olive oil in large pot over medium heat until softened, about 5 minutes. Stir in garlic and seasonings. Cook for 2 minutes. Add broth, shredded chicken, lettuce, hominy, and chile sauce. Simmer 10 minutes. Combine all of the ingredients for the salad. Garnish servings of chili with Avocado Salad and feta cheese. Yield: about 8 cups

Page 237

CHICKEN WITH PUMKIN SEED SAUCE

4 4 1 3/4 8 1/8 3 1 4 1 1 4 2 2 1 1 2 4 1

lb cup cup teaspoon

roasting chicken hot chicken stock, or more if needed pumpkin seeds black peppercorns cumin seeds tomatillos or green tomatoes hot green chilies (jalapeno or serrano), roasted, peeled seeded green onions, with tops cloves garlic, mashed

tablespoon bunch large

chicken fat or lard young radish leaves or mustard greens romaine lettuce leaves sprigs fresh coriander (cilantro)

Put whole chicken in a casserole, cover with the stock, and bring to a simmer. Cover pot and poach chicken just below the simmering point over very low heat or in a very low oven (275 degrees) for 1 hour. Remove chicken from stock and let it cool enough to carve it. Toast the pumpkin seeds together with the peppercorns and cumin in a hot ungreased skillet about 5 minutes, stirring constantly to prevent scorching. Put into a blender and grind fine. Remove outer husks from the tomatillos, put them in a pan with cold water to cover, and bring to a simmer. Simmer 10 minutes, drain, then add them to the blender with 1/2 cup of their liquid and blend to a smooth thick puree. Chop all the remaining ingredients and add them to the blender. Add chicken stock, if needed, to thin the puree. Pour sauce into the skillet and simmer about 10 minutes to evaporate some of the liquid. Carve chicken in 4 or more pieces and add to the sauce, coating the pieces well. If possible,let chicken sit overnight in the sauce so that the seasoning permeates and the hotness of the chili diminishes. Reheat gently so that sauce does not boil. Serve hot or at room temperature. If the Indians of the Americas gave Spain its first turkey, Spain gave the Indians their first domesticated chicken. The results of such culinary crossing are birds of both kinds simmered in rich sauces called mole. The word means a mixture of any kind, and one of the best mixtures is made of Indian squash or pumpkin seeds to flavor Spanish chicken. The sauce below would be called a green mole, or mole verde, because it has everything green about it: green pumpkin seeds, green chilies, green Mexican tomatillos, and even radish and romaine greens. The flavor is as gentle and unusual as the color.

Page 238 From: "Kal" <absamad@ekns.Net> Yield: 4 servings

CHILEAN CRANBERRY BEAN STEW

1 1/2 2 4 2 1 1 1/2 1 1 4 2

cup large tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon lb

dried cranberry beans onions, chopped cloves garlic, minced oil dried basil, crushed salt crushed red pepper winter squash, peeled, seeded, chopped ears fresh corn* or

cup

frozen whole kernel corn

Rinse beans in a colander. Bring beans and 4-1/2 cups water to boiling in a Dutch oven; reduce heat and simmer, uncovered, for 2 minutes. Remove from heat, cover, and let stand for 1 hour. Drain and discard the liquid. Add 4-1/2 cups fresh water; bring to boiling. Reduce heat and simmer about 2 hours or until beans are tender. Meanwhile, cook onion and garlic in hot oil until tender. Add basil, salt, and red pepper. Stir onion mixture into beans. Add squash and corn; cover and cook 15 minutes more or until squash is tender. Makes 6 to 8 servings. *Note: If using fresh corn, remove husks. Scrub with a stiff brush to remove silks; rinse. Cut kernels from cob. :Source: Better Homes and Gardens From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.C Yield: 4 servings

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CHILLED RED PEPPER & NOPALES SOUP

42 3 4 2 1/2 1/4 1 4 3/4 1 3 8 2 3 2 1/2 1

oz. lg. c. c. c. T. c. c. T. dashes oz. tsp. lg. T. tsp. T.

roasted red peppers garlic cloves, peeled and split stock bbuttermilk sugar salt, or to taste corn minced pickled nopales finely chopped fresh oregano tabasco sauce, or to taste low or nonfat yogurt minced fresh oregano for garnish herbed tortilla crisps flour tortillas, cut into 12 sectio; ns each oil dried oregano grated parmesan cheese

In the bowl of a food processor fitted with a steel chopping blade, combine the peppers and garlic, and puree until smooth. Scrape the mixture into a large non-aluminum bowl. Add the stock, buttermilk, sugar, salt, corn, nopales, oregano, and Tabasco, and stir to blend. Cover and chill for at least 1 hour. In a small bowl, combine the yogurt and oregano. Cover and refrigerate. Turn on your broiler, and position the rack at least 5 inches from the heat. Lightly brush the top of the tortilla wedges with oil. Place them on a lightly oiled cookie sheet. Sprinkle on the oregano, crumbling it with your fingers as you do this, then drizzle on the Parmesan cheese. Run them under the broiler, just to crisp and color lightly, watching so they do not burn. Before serving, ladle the soup into bowls. Add about a tablespoon of the yogurt in the center. Sprinkle on chopped oregano and serve with the tortilla wedges.

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CHILLED SEAGRAPE SOUP

1

x

no ingredients

3 c Seagrapes,(cocolobo uvifera) - pitted. Use seagrapes -when they have just turned -purple 4 c Beef broth Salt and pepper; to taste 2 tb Light rum In a large saucepan combine pitted seagrapes, with the beef broth and salt and pepper to taste. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, cover saucepan and simmer over low heat for about 1 hr or longer, until fruit is tender. Cool the mixture and liquefy in the blender, add light rum. Refrigerate and serve in chilled cups with a sprig of washed raw seagrapes. Source: Seminole Indian Recipes, Joyce LaFray Young Yield: 6 servings

CHILLED STRAWBERRY SOUP

Ingreadients: 1 quart fresh strawberries 1 C. orange juice 1/8 tsp. ground cinnamon 1-1/2 tsp. quick-cooking tapioca 1 C. buttermilk 1/2 C. sugar 2 tsp. lemon juice 1 tsp. grated lemon peel Whipped cream or yogurt and fresh mint, optional Instructions: In a blender, combine strawberried, orange juice and cinnamon; cover and process until smooth. Transfer to a medium saucepan; add the tapioca and let stand for 5 minutes. Bring to a boil; boil and stir for 2 minutes. Remove from the heat; stir in the buttermilk, sugar, lemon juice and peel. Refrigerate. Garnish with whipped cream or yogurt and mint if desired. Yield: 4-6 servings

Page 241

CHIPOTLE AND CORN RISOTTO

1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1 1/2 6 1/4 can cup cups cup a

tablespoon olive oil small onion, minced 1 tablespoon minced garlic 1 chipotle pepper, minced corn, drained or similar amount fre; sh or frozen arborio rice of simmering vegetable stock parmesan cheese butter to taste salt and pepper to ta

ste In a pot over medium heat saute the onions, the garlic and the pepper in the olive oil until soft. Add the drained corn. Add the rice and toss to coat evenly... saute briefly. Add 1 cup of the simmering stock, bring to a boil and simmer until most of the stock has cooked out. Unlike other rice recipes you want to stir the risotto...and don't be tempted to throw in all the broth at once...Continue adding the broth, 1 cup at a time, and stirring the rice until it is al dente (about 20 minutes). Remove from the heat and toss with the parmesan cheese, the butter and the salt and pepper. **Risotto should have a creamy quality to it due to how the starches are released... it is not a fluffy rice...it is ok if it is somewhat sticky.

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CHIPOTLE SWEET POTATO SOUP

1

x

no ingredients

SALSA 4 slices bacon 1 small red onion, cut into 1/4 inch dice 1 red bell pepper, cored, seeded, and cut into 1/4 inch dice Salt and freshly ground black pepper Juice of 1 lime 5 garlic cloves, smashed 1/2 teaspoon finely chopped fresh ginger 2 small white or yellow onions, roughly chopped 2 tablespoons dark brown sugar Salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 teaspoon pureed chipotles in adobo 3/4 cup dry white wine 3 large sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into 1/2 inch dice 6 cups Chicken Stock or low sodium canned broth 6 tablespoons butter, chilled and roughly chopped Juice of 1/2 lime 1. To make the salsa, cook the bacon in a large, heavy skillet over medium heat, turning once, until crisp, about 10 minutes. Crumble the bacon and reserve. Pour most of the bacon fat into a heat-proof container, leaving only enough to coat the pan lightly, and reserve. 2. Add the onion and red pepper to the pan in which the bacon coked in and sauté over medium heat, stirring, until brown, about 6 minutes. Season to taste with the salt and pepper. Add the reserved bacon and the lime juice. Correct the seasonings, transfer to a small bowl, and set aside at room temperature. 3. To make the soup, return the reserved bacon fat to the same pan and place over medium heat. Add the garlic, ginger, onions, and brown sugar, season with the salt and pepper to taste, and sauté, stirring, until the vegetables are brown, about 6 minutes. Stir in the chipotle puree and wine, and cook over medium heat until the mixture is reduced by about three-fourths, approximately 6 minutes. Add the sweet potatoes and stock and simmer until the potatoes are very soft, 20 to 25 minutes. 4. Using a hand blender or food processor, puree the soup mixture. Add the butter one piece at a time, blending again after each addition, to thicken the soup slightly. Stir in the lime juice and correct the seasonings. Immediately ladle into bowls, spoon a portion of the salsa onto each and serve. Ming’s Tip: You can make a vegetarian version by omitting the bacon and using vegetable stock in place of the chicken stock. Substitute canola oil for the rendered bacon fat. I created this spicy, robust soup with one of my sous-chefs, Tom

Page 243 Berry. We were aiming for a Southwestern-style dish that was just sweet enough and had some zing, and this bacon-flavored sweet potato mélange was the very tasty result. Served with a red pepper-based salsa that reinforces the soup’s bacon flavor, this dish will satisfy but not overburden cold-weather appetites. Yield: serves 6

CHIPOTLE SWEET POTATO SOUP WITH RED PEPPER-BACON SALSA

for the salsa: 4 1 1 slices small red bacon red onion, cut in ¼' dice bell pepper, cut in ¼' dice salt and freshly ground pepper to t; aste juice of 1 lime for the soup: 5 1/2 2 2 1 3/4 3 6 6 1/2 garlic t. small T. t. c. large cups T. a cloves, smashed finely-chopped fresh ginger onions, coarsely chopped dark brown sugar salt and freshly-ground black peppe; r to taste puree from tin of chipotles in adob; o dry white wine sweet potatoes, cut in ½' dice chicken or vegetable stock butter (not oleo), chilled and cut; into t. portions lime juice of

Cook bacon in large, heavy skillet over medium heat until crisp, about 10 minutes. Crumble and reserve. Pour off bacon fat except for just enough to coat the skillet and reserve. Add the onion and red pepper to skillet and sauté over medium heat, stirring, until brown about 6 minutes. Season to taste with the salt and pepper. Add reserved bacon crumbles and lime juice. Correct seasoning, transfer to small bowl and set aside. Return reserved bacon fat to same skillet and place over medium heat. Add garlic, ginger, onions, brown sugar, salt and pepper to taste; sauté, stirring, until brown - about 6 minutes. Stir in the chipotle puree and wine; cook until mixture is reduced by about three-fourths, appx. 6 minutes. Add sweet potatoes and stock; simmer until potatoes are very soft, about 20-25 minutes. Using hand blender or food processor, puree soup mixture. Add the butter, one piece at a time, blending again after each addition to thicken soup slightly. Stir in lime juice and correct seasonings. Immediately ladle into bowls, spoon a portion of salsa into each and serve. Serves six. (Note: soup may be made ahead and reheated gently - do not boil.)

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CHIPPEWA BUFFALO & WILD RICE CASSEROLE

1/2 1/2 1 1 1/4 1/2 2 10 2 1 1 1 1 1/2

lb. lb. lb. c. c. c. oz. c. pinch pinch pinch tsp. c.

ground buffalo ground pork mushrooms (sliced) onions (chopped) flour heavy cream cans chicken broth wild rice (cooked & drained) dried oregano dried marjoram dried thyme salt black pepper & tabasco sauce to tas; te slivered blanched almonds (for garn; ish)

Preheat oven to 350. Saute the buffalo and pork meats until all the fat has cooked out into the pan. Remove meat and break into small pieces. Set aside and keep warm. Saute mushrooms and onions in the fat and return buffalo and pork meat. Put flour and cream into small bowl and mix until there is no lumps. Add to meat and vegetables. Stir, add the chicken broth and cook until consistency is that of thick soup Add the cooked rice, herbs and seasonings. Transfer to 2 qt. casserole dish and bake for 25-30 min. Sprinkle with almond slivers and serve. Yield: 6 servings.

Page 245

CHOCTAW HOMINY SOUP

4 1/2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 tablespoon cup cup cup

strips bacon, diced chopped onion boiled hominy, drained (canned or frozen can be used) buttermilk salt and ground peper, to taste chopped fresh dill (optional)

In a heavy sauce pan, cook bacon over medium heat until crisp-tender. pour off all but a thin film of drippings from pan. Add onion and saute until transparent and golden. Add hominy and stir gently for 5 minutes. Remove pan from stove and reduce heat to low. Stir in buttermilk and salt and pepper. Heat soup gently for about 5 minutes, being careful not to bring it to a simmer. Sprinkle with dill. Serve warm or tepid. Serves 4 to 6. This Choctaw soup is unusual. Those who like buttermilk or yogurt and hominy will be delighted, but for others it maybe an acquired taste. Posted by John Benjamin to the Primenet Cooking echo 10-92 From: Robert Miles Yield: 4 servings Date: 28 Feb 99

CHOCTAW HOMINY SOUP

4 1 58 1 1/2 1/4

lbs medium oz qt Tsp Tsp

salt pork, diced yellow onion; sliced thin hominy corn; drained butter milk Salt pepper

Fry salt pork througherly and drain. Add onion and saute slowly until golden and transparent. Mix in hominy and heat gently stirring for about 5 min. Add buttermilk, salt, pepper and heat very slowly for about 5 min.

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CHOCTAW HOMINY SOUP

1/4 1 58 1 1/2 1/4

lb. med. oz. qt. tsp. tsp.

salt pork (cut in small pieces) yellow onion (peeled & sliced thin) hominy (drained) buttermilk salt pepper

Fry salt pork thoroughly and drain. Add onion and saute slowly until golden and transparent. Mix in hominy and heat gently stirring for about 5 min. Add buttermilk, salt, pepper and heat very slowly for about 5 min.

CHOCTAW HOMINY SOUP
By: John Benjamin to the Primenet Cooking echo 10-92 4 1/2 1 strips c c bacon, diced chopped onion boiled hominy, drained (canned or frozen can be used) 2 1 c tb buttermilk salt and ground pepper chopped fresh dill (optional) In a heavy sauce pan, cook bacon over medium heat until crisp-tender. pour off all but a thin film of drippings from pan. Add onion and saute until transparent and golden. Add hominy and stir gently for 5 minutes. Remove pan from stove and reduce heat to low. Stir in buttermilk and salt and pepper. Heat soup gently for about 5 minutes, being careful not to bring it to a simmer. Sprinkle with dill. Serve warm or tepid. Serves 4 to 6. This Choctaw soup is unusual. Those who like buttermilk or yogurt and hominy will be delighted, but for others it maybe an acquired taste. Yield: 4 servings

Page 247

CHOCTAW HUNTER'S STEW

2 2 2 1/2 6 3 3 1

lb tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon

deer meat beef suet salt pepper carrots stalks celery 2 potatoes

medium large

onions can tomatos

Cut meat in chunks, brown suet. Add all ingredients, cover with water. Cook until meat is tender Yield: 1 servings

CHOCTAW HUNTER'S STEW

2 2 2 2 1/2 6 3 3 1

lb tb ts ts stalks md lg

deer meat beef suet salt potatoes pepper carrots celery onions can tomatoes

Cut meat in chunks, brown suet. Add all ingredients, cover with water. Cook until meat is tender. Yield: 1 servings

Page 248

CHRIS NYERGE'S ACORN RECIPES

1

soup or mush

Southern California Indians commonly used the leached and ground acorns as a base for soup or mush. To use as a soup base, mix approximately two cups of the meal with 8 cups of water. Add diced onions, potatoes, carrots, wild greens, and seasonings to suit your taste. To use as a breakfast mush, add milk and/or water to the acorn meal to your desired thickness. Serve with whatever you'd add to oatmeal: such things as raisins, sliced fruit,honey, butter, and cream. MEAL CAKES Acorns are ground, sieved, and pressed (all while still "wet"). You must dry it well, and it will last one year. Reconstitute when ready to use. Use as needed. Pie crusts can be 1/3 meal cake. Can toast, and use as regular meal for nuttier flavor. SLIVER These are leached, and then ground with a special blade (a la salad shooter) which results in thin slivers. Use in pie, on toast, and as you'd use toasted coconut on top of foods. Gives a nutty flavor. Use where you don't want or need body. Can use with cheese balls. Ideally, toast before using. FLAKE These are sliced thin (when wet) with a slicing blade. Somewhat resembles small potato chips when dry. Used for casseroles, "meat loaf," and any type of heavier baked product. Can be toasted, used as chips, etc. SHRED Made with a larger blade, results in thin shreds. Can season with chili powder, soy sauce, etc. Used as fried things. Add oil to skillet, add onions, meat, vegetables, etc. Like pilaf. Can use in cheese balls. From: "Linda Roberts" <lrobe684@bellsou Yield: 4 servings

Page 249

CHRISTMAS CASSEROLE

1 1 1/4 2 4 1 5 1/3 6 1 1 6 1 24 1 1/2 1

cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon cup cup lb pkg slice cup

margarine -- melted flour -- sifted milk or half and half salt onion salt instant rice turkey or chicken stock grated cheddar cheese -- or more to taste frozen asparagus or broccoli or more as needed turkey or chicken -- * see note slivered almonds -- or more as needed

*May substitute 8 cups diced chicken or turkey. Melt butter; stir in flour and cook until bubbly. Add milk and stir until it thickens. Add 2 tsps. salt and =BD tsp. onion salt. Pour equal amounts of instant rice in to 2 large (9" x 13") shallow casseroles. Pour broth and remaining salts over rice. Sprinkle half of cheese over rice; top with asparagus (or broccoli) and the turkey (or chicken). Pour cream sauce over all and sprinkle with remaining cheese. Bake 20 minutes at 375=B0. Sprinkle with slivered almonds and toast under broiler. Serves 24 Source: "Mountain Measures" -- Junior League of Charleston, WV ed. 1974 billlspa@icanect.net Recipe By : Mrs. Sidney P. Davis, Jr.

Yield: 24 servings

Page 250

CIVET DE CHEVREUIL (VENISON STEW)

3 1 1 1 1 1 3 12 2 2 15 1 1 1/4 2 1 1 2 12 1 4 1/2 1 2 1

lb

venison boneless, cut into large pieces

medium medium

carrot -- peeled & diced yellow onion -- peeled & diced cloves garlic -- peeled sprigs fresh parsley sprigs fresh thyme bay leaves black peppercorns bottle such as cotes-du-rhone

lb tablespoon

slab bacon -- sliced canola oil salt and freshly ground black pepper

tablespoon small teaspoon tablespoon lb tablespoon

flour boiling onions -- peeled sugar butter white mushrooms -- trimmed and sliced cognac dry hearty red wine

1. Combine venison, carrots, yellow onions, garlic, 2 sprigs parsley, thyme, bay leaves, peppercorns, and wine in a large bowl. Cover and refrigerate for 24 hours to tenderize venison. 2. Julienne bacon. Cook in a heavy pot or dutch oven over medium heat until crisp, 8-10 minutes. Remove with a slotted spoon; drain on paper towels. 3. Remove venison, then strain marinade into a bowl, discarding herbs and vegetables. Season meat with salt and pepper. Add oil to bacon fat in pot, increase heat to medium-high, add meat, and brown, turning occasionally, 7-10 minutes. Sprinkle flour over meat, and return bacon to pot. Cook, stirring, until flour turns a nut-brown color about 1 minute. Add marinade, bring to a simmer, then reduce heat to medium-low, cover, and cook until venison is tender, 2-2 1/2 hours. 4. Bring a medium pot of salted water to a boil. Add onions and sugar and simmer over medium heat until tender, 25-30 minutes. Drain. Heat 2 tablespoons butter in a medium skillet over medium-high heat. Add mushrooms and cook, stirring, until golden, about 3 minutes. 5. Remove venison from pot to finish sauce. Increase heat to medium-high, add cognac, and cook for 5 minutes. remove pot from heat and whisk in remaining butter. Return venison to sauce, add onions and mushrooms, and mix thoroughly. Chop remaining parsley and sprinkle on top. Serve with slices of toasted country bread if desired. Recipe By : Source: Saveur Magazine Jan-Feb '97

Yield: 6 servings

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CIVET DE LAPIN (RABBIT STEW WITH RED WINE)

1 3/4 1 1 2 2 20 1 1 1 45 15 100 45 1 1 1 1 36 15 150 1 1 15 225 1 3 1 30 45 1 NOTE:

kg medium medium

(3.5 lb) rabbit ----MARINADE---carrot, sliced onion, sliced cloves garlic, crushed whole cloves peppercorns bouquet garni litre (1.75 pints) dry red wine

ml ml gm ml

(3 tbsp) cognac (1 tbsp) vegetable oil (3.5 oz) butter (3 tbsp) flour salt and freshley ground pepper

kg

(2 lb) waxy potatoes (red or white) pickling onions

ml gm

(1 tbsp) sugar (5 oz) green unsmoked bacon, sliced 1 cm (1/4 inch) thick

ml gm large

(1 tbsp) vegetable oil (8 oz) button ov quartered mushrooms, trimmed ----CROUTONS---sliced day-old white bread, crusts removed

gm ml

(1 oz) buttr, melted (3 tbsp) chopped parsley</i>

A French civet is normally a winter dish made with hare. It is cooked in red wine and the sauce is traditionally thickened with the animal's blood, which gives the civet its characteristic colour and taste. A simpler year-round civet can be made with rabbit, marinated overnight in an aromatic mixture of wine, garlic and peppercorns. Even without the blood, this stew has a mildly gamey taste and is best served with a rich red wine either from Burgundy or Rhone. Cut the rabbit into serving pieces. Put the pieces into a non-aluminium container with all of the marinade ingredients except the oil, then drizzle the oil over the top. Leave the rabbit to marinate for at least 12 hours, or overnight. Preheat the oven to 220 C (425 F) mark 7. Remove the rabbit pieces from the marinade and pat dry with paper

Page 253 towels. Strain the marinade; reserve the liquid and the vegetables separately. Heat 45 g (1.5 oz) butter in a heavy flameproof casserole over high heat. Add the rabbit pieces and cook until golden brown on all sides. Transfer to a shallow dish. Add the marinated vegetables to the casserole and cook over high heat until lightly browned. Stir in the flour and cook for 1 minute. Whisk in the marinade and bring to the boil. Reduce the heat and simmer the marinade for 2 minutes, stirring occasionally. Return the rabbit pieces to the casserole, season with salt and pepper and cook in the oven for about 45 minutes, until the pieces are tender when pierced with a knife. Meanwhile, turn and boil the potatoes agrave l'anglaise. Meanwhile, keep warm in the cooking liquid. Peel and glaze the pickling onions with 15 g (1/2 oz) butter, a pinch of salt and the sugar. Cover to keep warm. Cut the bacon into lardons. Blanch and drain. Heat 15 ml (1 tbsp) oil and 30 g (1 oz) butter in a frying pan over high heat. Add the blanched lardons and cook until crisp and golden. Drain and add to the pan with the onions. Heat 30 g (1 oz) butter in the pan used for the lardons. Add the mushrooms and cook over high heat until the moisture has evaporated and the mushrooms are golden. Add to the pan with the onions and the lardons. PREPARE THE CROUTONS: Cut each slice of bread in half to form 2 triangles. Brush each triangle on both sides with melted butter and arrange on a baking sheet. Toast in the oven until golden; set aside. When the rabbit is tender, remove from the oven. Transfer the rabbit pieces to a bowl. Strain the cooking liquid, pressing down on the solids to extract the liquid; discard the solids. Return the strained liquid to the casserole, bring to the boil, and reduce over medium heat until thickened Return the rabbit, along with the onions, lardons and mushrooms to the casserole and simmer for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Taste and adjust the seasoning. From : Sam Lefkowitz From: Teri Chesser Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 6 servings 1:229/15 Wed 12 Jul 95 15:47

Date: 01 Jan 97 National

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CIVET DE LAPIN (RABBIT STEW WITH RED WINE) PART 2

1 TO SERVE:

recipe directions pt.2

Transfer the rabbit, onions, lardons and mushrooms to a large serving platter with a slotted spoon. Dip one end of each crouton into the sauce and then into the chopped parsley and arrange around the edge of the platter. Spoon the sauce over the rabbit and vegetables. Serve with the boiled potatoes. CUTTING A RABBIT INTO SERVING PIECES With a large, heavy knife trim the ends of the front and hind legs. Cut off the front and hind legs at the joints. Cut the hind legs into 2 pieces at the joint and the body into 3 equal sections. Cut the rib section in half through the breast and back bones and then cut each half in half. POMMES DE TERRE A L'ANGLAISE (ENGLISH BOILED POTATOES): Serves 6. In France, anything that is simply boiled is said to be a l'anglaise, English-style. Unlike their English counterparts, however, French chefs typically "turn" their vegetables (cut them into barrel shapes) before boiling them to ensure even cooking.18 small waxy potatoes (red or white) X Salt 15 ml (1 tbsp) chopped parsley TURN THE POTATOES: Fill a bowl with cold water. Use a pating knife to cut the potatoes into chunks about 6.5 cm (2.5 inches) long and 4 cm (1.5 inches) thick. Cut off both ends of the chunks and then pare down the sides, shapine or "turning" them into small barrel shapes with 7 faces. To prevent discoloration, hold the finished turned potatoes in the bowl of cold water while you are working. Drain the potatoes and put them into a saucepan with cold salted water to cover. Bring to the boil, reduce heat to medium and cook for about 10 minutes, until tender when pierced with the point of a knife. Leave the potatoes to stand in the cooking liquid to keep warm until serving time. Drain the potatoes. Serve in a vegetable dish sprinkled with the parsley. turned vegetables GLAZING PICKLING ONIONS: 24 pickling onions, peeled 15 g (0.5 oz) butter15 ml (1 tbsp) sugar X Salt and freshly ground pepper Put the onions in a low-sided saucepan or frying pan large enough to hold them in a single layer, if possible, and add just enough water

Page 255 to barely cover. Season with salt and pepper, and add 15 g (1/2 oz) utter and the sugar. Bring to the boil. Cover with a round of buttered baking parchment, reduce the heat and simmer for 8-10 minutes. Remove the paper and continue cooking until the liquid evaporates. (watch carefully because the onions will burn easely.) Then continueing the onions in the butter remaining in the pan, until golden brown. Shake the pan frequently to colour the onions evenly. CUTTING LARDONS: Trim the rind from the bacon. Cut each slice lenghtwise into 3 strips and then each strip into 1 cm (1/4 inch) cubes, known as lardons. copyright (c) 1991 Le Cordon Blue"> From : Sam Lefkowitz From: Teri Chesser Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 6 servings 1:229/15 Wed 12 Jul 95 15:47

Date: 01 Jan 97 National

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CLIVE YOUNGHUSBAND'S VENISON STEW

4 3 1 1/2 1 2 4 1 1 1 8 3/4 3/4 2 2 1

lb cup cup pinch cup

venison (haunch, ham) cheap red wine red or white wine vinegar ground allspice whole bay leaves celery, carrots, leeks, roughly chopped sugar salt

oz cup cup pinch lb

jar of beef gravy pearl onions, trimmed fresh mushrooms cloves, garlic, crushed ground oregano salt pork, diced

1>. Pour half bottle of red wine and half the wine vinegar into a non-aluminum pan. Add bay leaves, allspice and vegetables. Do not season. Bring to a boil for 30 minutes. Cool to room temperature. This can be done overnight in the refrigerator but allow to return to room temperature before adding meat. Strain mixture through cheescloth. Discard the vegetables and spices in the cheesecloth. 2>. Add 2 tablespoons sugar and 2 tablespoons salt to the liquid. Cut venison into 2" cubes. Add to the strained mixture. Let mixture stand in the refrigerator for 24 hours. 3>. Saute mushrooms and onions until limp. Add gravy, garlic, oregano and the remaining red wine. 4>. Fry salt pork until crisp. Drain. Add salt pork to Mushroom/gravy mixture. 5>. Remove venison from marinade. Throw away marinade. 6>. Saute venison until brown. Add to mushroom/gravy mixture. Place mixture in oven-proof casserole and cover. Bake at 350 deg. F for 2 hours or until venison checks done. 7>. Serve stew over wild rice with cranberry sauce on the side. Yield: 12 servings

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CLOVER SOUP HTTP://WWW.ANIWAYA.ORG

2 1 3 2 3 1 1 1 1

cup tablespoon pint

clover flowers and leaves onion, chopped butter water potatoes, peeled and quartered salt and pepper to taste parsley cheddar cheese, grated

Clean and dip clover flowers and leaves in cold salted water. Remove and cut into pieces. In a large saucepan, saut‚ flowers, leaves, and chopped onion in butter. After all have softened, add water, then potatoes, and season with salt and pepper. Cook gently for 20 minutes. Drain the cooking liquid and save it. Puree the potato/clover/onion mixture, then add the reserved cooking liquid, stirring constantly. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 3 minutes. Garnish with parsley and sprinkle with grated cheese. From: Melody Sheline <little_wolf_melod Yield: 4 servings

COLD CUCUMBER SOUP WITH ANCHUSA FLOWERS

1 1/2 2 1 1 1 1 1/4 1/2 1 1/4 1 1

cup tablespoon tablespoon

peeled and diced cucumbers olive oil dried dill seed garlic clove, minced or pressed

teaspoon teaspoon cup cup cup

salt white pepper yogurt sour cream toasted chopped walnuts cleaned and dried anchusa for decoration

In large bowl, combine cucumber, olive oil, dill seed, garlic, salt and white pepper. Let stand for 3 hours. Puree half the mixture in a blender and add to remainder. Stir in yogurt, sour cream and toasted walnuts. Chill for 8 hours before serving. Decorate with flowers. From: EdibleWild@onelist.com From: Andre And Melana <kanawa@rocler.Qdate: Sat, 24 Jul 1999 08:36:12 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

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COLORADO VENISON STEW

2 1 4 1/2 2 1/2 1/2 6 1 1 6 1 1 1

lb tablespoon cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon large tablespoon cup cup cup

venison, cubed (all fat, bone & sinew removed) cooking oil flour salt white pepper rosemary dried parsley onion peeled & wedged paprika hot water (to cover) peas (frozen, canned or fresh) red wine

Dredge meat in flour. Brown meat & onions in cooking oil. Add remaining ingredients except for peas & wine. Simmer for 1 hour allowing liquid to reduce to gravy. Add wine & simmer for 30 minutes. Add peas, simmer 5 minutes longer. Serve over French bread slices. File ftp://ftp.idiscover.co.uk/pub/food/mealmaster/recipes/mmkah001.zip Yield: 1 servings

COMFREY SOUP (SPRING TO AUTUMN)

2 1 1 25 1/2 1/4 1

large medium gm tablespoon

handfuls young comfrey leaves onion butter flour litre chicken or vegetable stock

Young comfrey leaves make a good soup, which is very wholesome and has a strong green vegetable taste. Soak the leaves for 10-15 minutes then wash them very thoroughly, pick away all stalks and the mid-rib fromthe larger leaves. Peel and thinly slice the onion, heat the butter in a saucepan and fry the onion until soft and yellow. Stir in the flour, then gradually add the stock and stir while the mixture thickens smoothly. Add the comfrey leaves, season with salt and pepper, cover the pan and simmer for 30 minutes. Rub the soup through a medium sieve, or food mll, return to the pan to re-heat, and check the seasoning. From: EdibleWild@onelist.com

Page 259 From: Simplegifts2@webtv.Net (Theresa)Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 15:02:03 ~0400 ( Yield: 4 servings

COMMON EVENING PRIMROSE ROOT CHILI

2 2 8 2 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 1/2 2 1 2 1 1 1/2 2 1/4 6 1 1 1/2 1/2 1 1 1/2

tablespoon

olive oil onions, diced garlic cloves, minced

teaspoon cup cup

vegetable broth powder (optional) sliced evening primrose roots sliced wild or commercial carrots italian frying peppers

cup cup cup

cooked chili beans crushed tomatoes, including their juice pureed tomatoes (2 large tomatoes in the blender will do)

cup tablespoon cup

red wine whole-grain flour chili powder wild or commercial bay leaves

tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon

paprika each marjoram, cayenne pepper, and black pepper sea salt, or to taste cumin

Common evening primrose's turnip-tasting roots tend to overpower other ingredients, but with this hot chili recipes, the herb has met its match. from Steve Brill's book IDENTIFYING AND HARVESTING EDIBLE AND MEDICINAL PLANTS IN WILD (AND NOT SO WILD) PLACES: Heat the oil in a large pot. Add the onions, garlic, and broth powder. Saut‚ for 3 minutes over medium heat, stirring often. Add the carrots, evening primrose, and frying peppers. Saut‚ for another 10 minutes, adding more oil if necessary. Add the remaining ingredients, and bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring often. Reduce the heat and simmer for 30 to 40 minutes. Cook covered for a thinner chili, or without a lid for a thicker chili. Serve immediately, or refrigerate overnight so the flavors can blend more, reheat, and serve. Serves 8 Jackie from NY Hill8628@netzero.net From: "Hill8628" <hill8628@netzero.Net>

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Yield: 4 servings

CONEJO GUISADO CON COCONUT (RABBIT STEW WITH

1

text only

This recipe comes from Colombia in South America. Rabbit meat is very low in fat and can be dry tasting, so it marries well with coconut cream. It is best to cook the rabbit gently till it is falling off the bone. Chop a rabbit into serving pieces. Chop finely one large onion and 2 cloves of garlic. Seed and slice a large green capsicum, half a large red capsicum and finely slice 3 birdseye chillies (decrease the quantity and discard the seeds if you can't cope with too much chilli heat). Peel and chop a large tomato and have ready 400 ml strong veal or chicken stock and 150 ml coconut cream. Heat a little oil in a frying pan and brown the rabbit pieces. Transfer them to a large saucepan. In the remaining oil in the frying pan, saute the onions, capsicums and chillies. Add to the saucepan with the tomato, salt and pepper to taste, and the stock. Bring just to simmering point, cover and cook very gently for about 2 hours or even more. Lift the rabbit pieces out onto a dish and turn the heat up high under the saucepan. Reduce the liquid in the saucepan by about half. Lower the heat and stir in the coconut cream. Return the rabbit pieces and cook gently, stirring, for a few minutes. Serve with rice. (Serves 4) Posted by Stephen Ceideberg; October 29 1992. Yield: 4 servings

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CONEJO GUISADO CON COCONUT (RABBIT STEW WITH COCONUT CREA

1

text only

This recipe comes from Colombia in South America. Rabbit meat is very low in fat and can be dry tasting, so it marries well with coconut cream. It is best to cook the rabbit gently till it is falling off the bone. Chop a rabbit into serving pieces. Chop finely one large onion and 2 cloves of garlic. Seed and slice a large green capsicum, half a large red capsicum and finely slice 3 birdseye chillies (decrease the quantity and discard the seeds if you can't cope with too much chilli heat). Peel and chop a large tomato and have ready 400 ml strong veal or chicken stock and 150 ml coconut cream. Heat a little oil in a frying pan and brown the rabbit pieces. Transfer them to a large saucepan. In the remaining oil in the frying pan, saute the onions, capsicums and chillies. Add to the saucepan with the tomato, salt and pepper to taste, and the stock. Bring just to simmering point, cover and cook very gently for about 2 hours or even more. Lift the rabbit pieces out onto a dish and turn the heat up high under the saucepan. Reduce the liquid in the saucepan by about half. Lower the heat and stir in the coconut cream. Return the rabbit pieces and cook gently, stirring, for a few minutes. Serve with rice. (Serves 4) Posted by Stephen Ceideberg; October 29 1992. Yield: 4 servings

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CONIGLIO ALLA SALVIA (RABBIT WITH SAGE)

4 3 6 2 1/2 3 1 1 1 1 1

slice

bacon garlic cloves, peeled sage leaves, fresh or 1 tablespoon; dried

cup cup lb

chicken stock vegetable oil rabbit, dressed, in 8 pieces salt pepper to taste flour for dredging

teaspoon cup

balsamic vinegar dry white wine

Chop the bacon, garlic and sage very fine, to paste consistancy. (If using a blender or processor, add 1 or 2 tablespoons of the stock.) Heat the vegetable oil in a large casserole, meanwhile seasoning the rabbit parts with salt and pepper and dredging them lightly in flour, shaking off the excess. Add the rabbit to the casserole and cook over high heat, turning it until browned, about 3 minutes on per side. Discard the oil from the casserole. Add the bacon mixture, and return to the heat, cooking 3 minutes and stirring occasionally. Add the Balsamic vinegar and white wine, and simmer 5 minutes. Add 1 cup of the stock, salt and pepper to taste, and cover the casserole. Simmer until the rabbit is tender, about 45 minutes, stirring occasionally and adding the remaining stock gradually, as needed, to keep the meat moist. Transfer the rabbit pieces to a large serving dish and strain the sauce, which should be thick, over them. If the sauce is thin, quickly reduce it over high heat. From La Cucina Di Lidia by lidia Bastianich and Jay Jacobs Origin: the Dilidia Restorante in NYC typed by Mary Riemerman Yield: 4 servings

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CONIGLIO CON OLIVE E PINOLI (RABBIT WITH OLIVES & PINE NU

2 1/2 1/4 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 1 1/2 1 1 4 2

lb cup medium large centiliter tablespoon

rabbit; cut in 8 pieces olive oil; extra-virgin onion; chopped fine celery ribs; chopped fine carrot; chopped fine garlic; chopped fine bay leaves parsley; snipped rosemary sprig sage sprig

cup cup oz tablespoon

dry white wine black pepper chicken broth kalamata olives; or other brine-cured bla pine nuts

Rinse rabbit and pat dry with paper towels. In a 12-inch heavy skillet heat oil over moderate heat until hot but not smoking and brown rabbit, about 5 minutes on each side. Push rabbit to side of skillet and add onions, celery, carrot, garlic, and herbs. Cook onion mixture, stirring occasionally, until pale golden, about 5 minutes. Add wine and salt and pepper to taste and simmer until almost all liquid is evaporated. Add broth and simmer, covered, turning rabbit occasionally, until tender when pierced with a fork, about 30 minutes. Transfer rabbit to a plate with a slotted spoon. Discard bay leaves and rosemary sprig and transfer vegetable mixture to a blender or food processor. Puree mixture until smooth and return to skillet. Add rabbit, olives, and pine nuts and cook, basting rabbit with the sauce, until heated through (about 5 minutes.) Ristorante Da Delfina, Artimino, Italy, in Gourmet magazine 1/96 MM by Dave Sacerdote From: Dave Sacerdote Date: 18 Apr 97 National Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 4 servings

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CONIGLIO CON OLIVE E PINOLI (RABBIT WITH OLIVES AND PINE

2 1/2 1/4 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 1 1/2 1 1 4 2

lb cup medium large centiliter tablespoon

rabbit; cut in 8 pieces olive oil; extra-virgin onion; chopped fine celery ribs; chopped fine carrot; chopped fine garlic; chopped fine bay leaves parsley; snipped rosemary sprig sage sprig

cup cup oz tablespoon

dry white wine black pepper chicken broth kalamata olives; or other brine-cured bla pine nuts

Rinse rabbit and pat dry with paper towels. In a 12-inch heavy skillet heat oil over moderate heat until hot but not smoking and brown rabbit, about 5 minutes on each side. Push rabbit to side of skillet and add onions, celery, carrot, garlic, and herbs. Cook onion mixture, stirring occasionally, until pale golden, about 5 minutes. Add wine and salt and pepper to taste and simmer until almost all liquid is evaporated. Add broth and simmer, covered, turning rabbit occasionally, until tender when pierced with a fork, about 30 minutes. Transfer rabbit to a plate with a slotted spoon. Discard bay leaves and rosemary sprig and transfer vegetable mixture to a blender or food processor. Puree mixture until smooth and return to skillet. Add rabbit, olives, and pine nuts and cook, basting rabbit with the sauce, until heated through (about 5 minutes.) Ristorante Da Delfina, Artimino, Italy, in Gourmet magazine 1/96 MM by Dave Sacerdote From: Dave Sacerdote Date: 18 Apr 97 National Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 4 servings

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CONIGLIO O POLLO CON LA PEPERONATA

2 1 2 1 2 1 1 4 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 3 6 3 1 2 1 10 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1

lb tablespoon oz

rabbit or chicken; cut into 8 pieces wine vinegar to cook the rabbit/chicken: pancetta (or bacon) unsmoked heaping tbs

tablespoon tablespoon large

sweet (unsalted) butter olive oil bay leaves salt; to taste freshly ground black pepper to taste

cup

chicken broth, defatted (preferably homemde) to cook the peppers:

tablespoon tablespoon

sweet (unsalted) butter olive oil whole anchovies in salt, or filets; packed in oil red or yellow bell peppers* cleaned and seeded

large

cloves garlic, peeled; and finely chopped sprigs italian parsley, leaves only

tablespoon

red wine vinegar salt; to taste freshly ground black pepper to taste to serve: italian parsley leaves rosemary leaves

Place the rabbit in a bowl of cold water with the vinegar and soak it for half an hour. (If using chicken instead, omit this step). Cut pancetta or prosciutto into very small pieces and finely chop the rosemary and combine them, or even better, coarsely grind pancetta and rosemary together. Place a casserole with the butter and oil over medium heat and when the oil is warm, add the pancetta/rosemary mixture and the bay leaves to saute for 2 minutes. Meanwhile, quickly drain the rabbit pieces, pat them dry with paper towels, and add them to the casserole. Let them saute all over until very lightly golden. Season with salt and pepper. Add the broth, a small quantity at a time, turning the rabbit over several times, and cook until soft, about 25 minutes for a 2 pound rabbit. As the rabbit cooks, prepare the peppers - Warm the butter with the oil in a saucepan over low heat, then add the anchovies and mash them with a fork. Be sure the heat remains constantly low, so the

Page 266 anchovies do not crumble and become very fishy. Put in the peppers and saute for 5 minutes. Raise heat, add 1/2 cup of cold water, and cook the peppers for 5 minutes more; at that point, the peppers should be half-cooked. Add the garlic, parsley and vinegar and let the vinegar evaporate for 5 minutes. Taste for salt and pepper. Transfer contents of saucepan to the casserole containing the not yet completely cooked rabbit and mix well. Cook until the rabbit is done. The peppers will be overcooked and form a chunky sauce. Discard bay leaves and transfer everything to a serving platter. Serve with parsley leaves sprinkled over each portion. Recipe By: Giuliano Bugialli - August 13, 1996 From: Frank Cavalier Date: 14 Feb 97 Eat-L List

(Recipes And Food Folklore) Ä Yield: 6 servings

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COOKING LITE- VENISON-VEGETABLE CHILI

1 2 1 2 1 1 2 3 1/4 1 1/2 1 3/4 1/4 1/8 1 1 1 14 1/2 1 1 14 1/4 10 1 1/2 cup oz oz oz cup teaspoon cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon cup cup tablespoon lb

cooking spray lean boned venison loin cut into 1-inch cubes sliced green onions diced red bell pepper diced carrot minced jalapeno pepper garlic cloves; minced masa harina or cornmeal ground cumin tequila unsweetened cocoa salt pepper barbecue smoked seasoning optional such as hickory liquid smoke no-salt-added whole tomatoes undrained and chopped no-salt-added beef broth frozen whole kernel corn thawed chopped fresh cilantro

Place a large Dutch oven coated with cooking spray over medium high heat until hot. Add venison; saute 5 minutes, browning well on all sides. Remove meat from pan, and set aside. Wipe pan dry with a paper towel. Recoat pan with cooking spray; place over medium-high heat. Add onions and next 4 ingredients (onions through garlic); saute 5 minutes. Return venison to pan. Sprinkle with masa harina and cumin, and cook 1 minute, stirring constantly. Add tequila and WW- 5 points. Busted by Gail Shermeyer <4paws@netrax.net> Recipe by: Cooking Light Magazine, October 1997 Yield: 8 servings

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COOL WEATHER SOUP

1 3 4 2 2 1 3

pound

venison, cubed 1 large can v-8 juic; e carrots, diced 2 tablespoons worces; tershire potatoes, diced sauce onions, diced 2 teaspoons tabasco s; auce

bell large celery

peppers, diced salt and pepper to t; aste can tomatoes stalks, diced

In a skillet, brown venison cubes in a bit of oil, then transfer to a large pot. Cover the meat with cold water, then add the remaining ingredients and simmer slowly for 1 hour. Yield: serves 4.

CORN AND MOOSE MEAT CASSEROLE

2 1 2 1 1/4 1 1 2

cup tablespoon lb

fresh corn kernels or a 14oz can of mexicorn wild onions, choppped can cream of celery soup moose meat, smoked and fine chopped can tomato soup

cup

potatoes, sliced

Put the corn in a saucepan and simmer for about 15 minutes. Stir in the onion, celery soup, tomatoe soup and the cubed moose meat and simmer for another 15 minutes. Grease a 6x9 casserole and spread the mixture over the bottom and cover with the sliced potatoes. Cover the top with aluminum foil and put in a 350 degree oven for about 45 minutes. If you wish, sprinkle the potatoes with bread crumbs, grated cheese or add dots of butter. Source: "Indian Cookin'", compiled by Herb Walker, 1977 Yield: 1 recipe

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CORN AND MOOSE MEAT CASSEROLE

2 2 1 1/4 1 2

c. T. can lb. can c.

fresh corn kernels or a 14 oz. can; of mexicorn wild onions, choppped cream of celery soup moose meat, smoked and fine chopped tomato soup potatoes, sliced

Put the corn in a saucepan and simmer for about 15 minutes. Stir in the onion, celery soup, tomatoe soup and the cubed moose meat and simmer for another 15 minutes. Grease a 6x9 casserole and spread the mixture over the bottom and cover with the sliced potatoes. Cover the top with aluminum foil and put in a 350 degree oven for about 45 minutes. If you wish, sprinkle the potatoes with bread crumbs, grated cheese or add dots of butter.

CORN AND PUMPKIN STEW
By: Dale & Gail Shipp, Columbia Md. 4 4 2 1 1/2 1/2 2 1/2 c c garlic ts ts c c silver queen corn peeled, diced pumpkin cloves, mashed salt white pepper or to taste water ground pine nuts

Since the Papago share a common climate and terrain and the same vegetables: corn, chilies and pumpkin, you might want to check the archives for Apache, Navajo and Pueblo recipes too.

Place the corn in a blender or food processor and puree. Transfer the corn into a HEAVY bottomed pot and add the rest of the ingredients except for the ground nuts. Bring to a boil and then simmer for 25 minutes OR until the pumpkin is tender. Add more water ONLY if necessary. Add the pine nuts and stir. Bring back to a boil. The mixture should be very thick. Taste and adjust the seasonings. Yield: 8 servings

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CORN AND SQUASH - PAWNEE

4 1 2 1 4 1/2 1/2

T. large medium red c. c. c.

corn oil or butter (my understandin; g is that buffalo suet wa orginally used) yellow onions, chopped yellow squash, cubed bell pepper, roasted, seeded and ch; opped (or just buy jarred whole pimento) whole kernel yellow sweet corn parsley, chopped fine salt and pepper to taste water or stock, if needed

It is said by the Pawnee people that this is one of their oldest dishes, despite that it has modern touches; the yellow squash is the one ingredient that they insist on, occasionally chopped nuts are added if not being served with above recipe. Warm oil or butter in a large frying pan over medium heat. Quickly saute' the onion for 3 to 5 minutes, until translucent. Add the squash and chopped pepper, stirring to blend well and cook for an additional 5 minutes. Stir often to keep mixture from sticking. Add the corn, the remaining seasoning and all or some of the liquid if the mixture is sticking--add more liquid as needed. Stir well, cover, and cook for 10 to 15 minutes, stirring once or twice. Serve hot.

CORN CHOWDER 1

1 2 4 1 2 2

stick cups cups cup cups cups

oleo onion, chopped cream style corn green pepper milk cream or half in half

Saute onion and butter together. Add corn and milk. Add salt to taste. Add green pepper and put in a double boiler to cook. If it is too thin, it can be thickened with a flour / water mixture.

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CORN CHOWDER WITH WILD RICE & ROASTED PEPPERS

1 1-1/2 4 1/3 1 1/8 1/8 3/4 1 1 1/3 1/3

cup teaspoons cups cup cup teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoon can cup cup

chopped onions minced garlic vegetable stock or chicken stock wild rice diced peeled potatoes salt freshly ground black pepper low-fat evaporated milk all-purpose flour corn, drained or 2 cups frozen corn; , thawed chopped roasted red bell peppers chopped fresh coriander, basil or d; ill

In a nonstick saucepan sprayed with vegetable spray, cook onions and garlic over medium-high heat for 4 minutes or until softened. Add stock and wild rice; bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium-low; cook, covered, for 15 minutes. Add potatoes, salt and pepper; cook, covered, for 20 minutes or until rice and potatoes are tender. In a bowl whisk together evaporated milk and flour; add to soup. Add corn and roasted red peppers; cook for 3 minutes or until slightly thickened. Serve garnished with coriander. Yield: 4 servings

CORN CHOWDER WITH WILD RICE AND ROASTED PEPPERS
By: America's Everyday Diabetes Cookbook 1 1-1/2 4 1/3 1 1/8 1/8 3/4 1 1 1/3 1/3 cup teaspoons cups cup cup teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoon can cup cup chopped onions minced garlic vegetable stock or chicken stock wild rice diced peeled potatoes salt freshly ground black pepper low-fat evaporated milk all-purpose flour corn, drained or 2 cups frozen corn; , thawed chopped roasted red bell peppers chopped fresh coriander, basil or d; ill

In a nonstick saucepan sprayed with vegetable spray, cook onions and garlic over medium-high heat for 4 minutes or until softened. Add stock and wild rice; bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium-low; cook, covered, for 15 minutes. Add potatoes, salt and pepper; cook, covered, for 20 minutes or until rice and potatoes are tender. In a bowl whisk together evaporated milk and flour; add

Page 272 to soup. Add corn and roasted red peppers; cook for 3 minutes or until slightly thickened. Serve garnished with coriander. Yield: 4 servings

CORN SOUP
By: Sovereign Nation of the Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana 12 1 1 2 can block 16 ears of corn salt meat diced tomatoes margarine onions

who learned this from Vickie Mora, Chitimacha Melt Margarine in pot and then sauté the onions for about 10 minutes. Add the scraped corn in the pot and cook on a low fire for about 15 minutes. Next add water to the corn and let it come to a boil, then add the diced tomatoes to the soup. Also, after you have boiled the salt meat, you may also add it to the soup. Add salt and pepper to your desire. You can leave out the diced tomatoes, if you so desire.

Note: It’s Good! Yield: servings: two s

CORN SOUP

1 4 2 1 1 1

gallon oz. cups can

water salt pork or bacon hominy corn kidney beans onion, chopped potato, peeled and diced

Put it all together in a pot and cook it until it's soup!! Note: Good served with baked scone, or bannock Servings: Two

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CORN SOUP

1/2 2 3 2 2 4 1/2

lb big cups cups cups cups tsp

salt pork onions, sliced diced boiled potatoes boiling water cooked corn, fresh or canned hot milk salt, pepper to taste chopped parsley garnish

This is another one where there's a million recipes, plus the fact you can throw in whatever you have on hand. Cut pork into 1/2-inch dice, try out. Add onion, cook slowly 5-10 minutes, stirring, until transparent but not bfowned. Add potatoes, corn, boiling water, hnot milk. Season to taste, serve with garnish. Other things to throw into this soup: cooked carrots, rutabagas, turnips, leftover beans, canned tomatoes. Leftover ham, chopped. Use a broth made from any bones instead of water. To make a thicker chowder, make a roux of 2 Tbs butter and 2 of flour, frizzled, stir this into 1 cup of the milk, cook and stir until thickened. Stir this white sauce into the rest of the liquid as you add it to the vegetables. Like most soups and stews, corn soup is mostly an idea rather than a recipe. What you put in it depends on what you have. Yield: serves 6-8

CORN SOUP - O'NIYUSTAGI' IROQUOIS

liquor (liquid) from making boiled; cornbread The liquor in which the corn bread was boiled was carefully drained off and kept in jars or pots as a drink. It is said that the Indians were not fond of drinking water and preferred various beverages prepared from herbs or corn. One writer, James Adair, in 'History of the American Indians' (London 1775), p. 416 in discussing this subject says: 'Though in most of the Indian nations the water is good, because of their high situation, yet the traders very seldom drink any of it at home; for the women beat in mortars their flinty corn till all the husks are taken off, which having well sifted and fanned, they boil in large earthen pots; then straining off the thinnest part into a pot they mix it with cold water till it is sufficiently liquid

Page 274 for drinking; and when cold it is both pleasant and very nourishing; and is much liked even by genteel strangers.'

CORN SOUP 1,

1/2 2 3 2 2 4 1/2

lb big cups cups cups cups tsp

salt pork onions, sliced diced boiled potatoes boiling water cooked corn, fresh or canned hot milk salt, pepper to taste chopped parsley garnish

This is another one where there's a million recipes, plus the fact you can throw in whatever you have on hand. Cut pork into 1/2-inch dice, try out. Add onion, cook slowly 5-10 minutes, stirring, until transparent but not bfowned. Add potatoes, corn, boiling water, hnot milk. Season to taste, serve with garnish. Other things to throw into this soup: cooked carrots, rutabagas, turnips, leftover beans, canned tomatoes. Leftover ham, chopped. Use a broth made from any bones instead of water. To make a thicker chowder, make a roux of 2 Tbs butter and 2 of flour, frizzled, stir this into 1 cup of the milk, cook and stir until thickened. Stir this white sauce into the rest of the liquid as you add it to the vegetables. Like most soups and stews, corn soup is mostly an idea rather than a recipe. What you put in it depends on what you have. Yield: serves 6-8

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CORN SOUP 2

1 3/4 3/4 1 2 2 3 4-6 3-4

lg cup cup lg red cans cups cups tsp

onion celery sliced carrots sliced can green chilis bell peppers dark red kidney beans frozen corn vegetable or chicken broth each cumin & coriander white or black pepper to taste

You saute the onions (I often throw in an extra half or small onion or a bunch of green onions sliced, all the way up to and including the tops) until softened with the carrots & celery. You can use more of those, too, if you like. Add the green chilis and kidney beans until a gentle simmer & they are warmed, then add your broth. Once the broth (you can even use water & a bullion cube) is simmering hot, add the frozen corn. Depending on your taste, you can simmer until the vegetables are softened enough for your taste, or leave it on the stove for hours. Serve with tortilla chips crumbled on the top. The original recipe was vegan but it works fine with chicken broth...I used to have a hard time finding the vegetable broth in the stores when I lived in Italy, so I just used chicken broth or bullion. It is a very pretty dish & heats over well for the next day(s). Also very forgiving if you don't measure right. And also you can alter proportions for your own taste.

CORN SOUP ABENAKI, ODANAK
By: Bernadette 1 4 2 1 1 1 gallon oz. cups can water salt pork or bacon hominy corn kidney beans onion, chopped potato, peeled and diced

Put it all together in a pot and cook it until it's soup!!

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CORN SOUP LIQUOR ... O'NIYUSTAGI'

1

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The liquor in which the corn bread was boiled was carefully drained off and kept in jars or pots as a drink. It is said that the Indians were not fond of drinking water and preferred various beverages prepared from herbs or corn. One writer, James Adair, in "History of the American Indians" (London 1775), p. 416 in discussing this subject says: "Though in most of the Indian nations the water is good, because of their high situation, yet the traders very seldom drink any of it at home; for the women beat in mortars their flinty corn till all the husks are taken off, which having well sifted and fanned, they boil in large earthen pots; then straining off the thinnest part into a pot they mix it with cold water till it is sufficiently liquid for drinking; and when cold it is both pleasant and very nourishing; and is much liked even by genteel strangers." Source:*"Iroquois Uses of Maize and Other Food Plants, New York State Museum Bulletin #144," by Arthur C. Parker, p. 71 Shared by: Norman R. Brown 2/93 Submitted By BILL CHRISTMAS Yield: 1 servings

CORN STEW
By: Zingeda <zingeda@y 6-8 1-2 1-2 1/4 1/4 ears lbs. sweet -1/3 cup white corn, scraped off cob long, thin green beans (not string) onions (yellow or white), quartered; and sliced against the grain lb.smoked bacon, chopped anyway you; prefer, or leave whole to discard after dish is done water (omit if using frozen vegetab; les) salt and pepper to taste pinch of freshly chopped thyme (opt; ional) I have an old (to me) recipe that came from my grandmother. My personal feeling is that the simpler the recipe, the better when it comes to vegetables. I prefer fresh vegetables, but have used the frozen products if time is tight. I believe S&W is the brand I have used. In heavy pot brown bacon, add onion and sweat til barely translucent. Add beans and corn and 1/4 cup water (omit if using frozen), cover and cook at least 1/2 hour on medium-low. Add salt and pepper after about 10 minutes of cooking time. My grandmother used to cook it for hours, so it's basically up to you how done you want it, I prefer mine fresher tasting. You can also have a little dish of

Page 277 chopped Thyme at the table to sprinkle. This has been part of our Thanksgiving meal for as long as I can remember. Yield: serves 8-10

CORN VENISON STEW
By: Yaskwatu recipe In my peoples tradition we use lyed corn. A note here a little off topic...Our hard corns were not easily digestable , and the nutients were hard to process, long before 'science' Our Ancestors knew how to Lye the corn, correcting the problem! Traditionally it was made with venison, then salt pork as venison became harder to get. I can't give exact proportions, cause I just throw mine together. 2-3 litres of lyed corn 2 lg cans of kidney beans about 5 lbs of turkey meat, simmered and deboned, save the broth as your soup base. I lb smoked bacon, diced and cooked. optional: leftover cubed squash. Put all the above in a big stock pot and simmer until done. Salt or pepper can be added at the table

CORNMEAL DUMPLINGS

1 3 1

teaspoon cups nice

salt cornmeal soup bone

Use a very a large pan to boil the soup bone.€ Keep it full of water as you boil it. Cook a good two hours on a low fire. Scald the cornmeal a little at a time with boiling broth until moist enough and cool enough to mold with hands. Mold into balls about the size of a lemon. With a spoon place in the hot broth and cook about ten minutes. Watch closely, cornmeal will stick and burn.

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CORN-PUMPKIN-PINON STEW
By: Southwest Indian cookbook 2 1 1 1/4 cups medium-sized cup cup frozen corn kernels pumpkin, peeled and diced (probably; the equivalent of a groc water salt to taste roasted pinon nuts, finely chopped

A pinon nut recipe for good measure. Around here you can only get stone-pine nuts, but I think they'd make a decent substitute. You can roast pine nuts in the oven, or toast them instead in a heavy frying pan on the stovetop at medium heat, stirring frequently once the pan warms up and they begin to brown Puree corn in a blender. Place corn and pumpkin in a skillet with remaining ingredients and simmer for about 25 minutes until tender. Yield: serves 4.

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COUNTRY STYLE RABBIT RAGOUT W/MAYTAG WHITE CHEDDAR GRITS

2 2 1/2 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 2 1 2 2 1 Grits: 2 1/2 Cup milk 1 1/2 Tbs butter 1/2 Cup grits 2 Tbs heavy cream

tbs olive oil cup medium diced rabbit cup flour tbs essence cup medium diced yellow onions cup each medium diced carrots and potatoes, blanched cup chopped tomatoes, peeled and seeded cup green onions tbs minced shallots tbs minced garlic cup veal or beef stock tbs butter salt and pepper

1/4 Cup grated Maytag White : : : cheddar - cheese Salt and pepper

8 fried parsnip strips 2 Tbs grated Maytag White : : cheddar - cheese

2 Tbs chopped green onions For the ragout: In a mixing bowl, combine the flours and Essence together and toss the rabbit, lightly coating each piece. In a saute pan, heat the olive oil. When the pan is smoking hot, add the rabbit meat. Season with salt and pepper. Saute for 1-2 minutes to form a good sear on the meat. Add the onions, carrots, and potatoes, tomatoes, green onions, shallots and garlic. Saute the mixture for 2-3 minutes. Add the veal stock and reduce by half, about 3-4 minutes. Finish with the butter and season with salt and pepper. For the grits: In a small sauce pan, bring the milk to a boil. Add the butter. While stirring, slowly add the grits, making sure to not make lumps. Cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally for 15-20 minutes or until the grits are tender and slightly thick. Add the cream and cheese, stirring until the cheese is completely melted. Season with salt and pepper. To assemble, mound the grits in the center of the bowl. Spoon the ragout over the top. Place the fried parsnips right in the center of the ragout, down into the grits. Sprinkle with the cheese and green onions. Essence the rim.

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Yield: 2 servings SOURCE: Essence of Emeril Cooking Show Copyright 1997, TV FOOD NETWORK SHOW #EE2291 Yield: 2 servings

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COUNTRY STYLE RABBIT RAGOUT WITH MAYTAG WHITE CHEDDAR GRI

2 2 1/2 1 1/4 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 1/2 1 1/2 1/2 2 1/4 1 1 8 2 1 2

tablespoon cup cup tablespoon cup cup cup cup tablespoon tablespoon cup tablespoon

olive oil medium diced rabbit flour essence medium diced yellow onions each medium diced carrots and potatoes, blanched chopped tomatoes, peeled and seeded green onions minced shallots minced garlic veal or beef stock butter salt and pepper grits:

cup tablespoon cup tablespoon cup

milk butter grits heavy cream grated maytag white cheddar cheese salt and pepper fried parsnip strips

tablespoon tablespoon

grated maytag white cheddar cheese chopped green onions

For the ragout: In a mixing bowl, combine the flours and Essence together and toss the rabbit, lightly coating each piece. In a saute pan, heat the olive oil. When the pan is smoking hot, add the rabbit meat. Season with salt and pepper. Saute for 1-2 minutes to form a good sear on the meat. Add the onions, carrots, and potatoes, tomatoes, green onions, shallots and garlic. Saute the mixture for 2-3 minutes. Add the veal stock and reduce by half, about 3-4 minutes. Finish with the butter and season with salt and pepper. For the grits: In a small sauce pan, bring the milk to a boil. Add the butter. While stirring, slowly add the grits, making sure to not make lumps. Cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally for 15-20 minutes or until the grits are tender and slightly thick. Add the cream and cheese, stirring until the cheese is completely melted. Season with salt and pepper. To assemble, mound the grits in the center of the bowl. Spoon the ragout over the top. Place the fried parsnips right in the center of the ragout, down into the grits. Sprinkle with the cheese and green onions. Essence the rim. Yield: 2 servings SOURCE: Essence of Emeril Cooking Show Copyright 1997, TV FOOD NETWORK SHOW #EE2291

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COUNTRY STYLE VENISON STEW

1/2 2 4 6 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1

lb lb tablespoon cup large medium medium medium tablespoon cup

bacon or salt pork venison steak flour water or beef stock tomato, chopped carrots, sliced stalks celery, sliced potatoes, in 1 cubes dozen small white onions chopped parsley fresh green peas salt and pepper to taste

Cut bacon into 1" cubes and saute in large saucepan until lightly browned. Remove and set aside. Cut venison into 1 1/2 or 2" pieces and brown over high heat in 4 T bacon drippings. Stir in flour. Lower heat and let brown 2-3 minutes, stirring several times. Add liquid and let it simmer 1 hour or more until venison begins to get tender, add more liquid as necessary. Add all the other ingredients, except peas, and continue to simmer to make a thick stew. Simmer peas in a separate pan until done. Strain and spoon over or around stew when served. Great accompanied by buttered corn muffins and a salad. Yield: 6 servings

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CRANBERRY VENISON AND RICE

2 2 1 3 1 2 1 2 3 1 1 1/2 12 1/2 1/2 1/2 8 1

tablespoon lb medium cup cup tablespoon centiliter teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon oz cup cup cup cup

veg oil; divided venison top round; cut into cubes, divided onions; cut into 8 wedges each beef or venison stock dry red wine balsamic vinegar garlic; minced dried thyme salt pepper fresh cranberries packed brown sugar flour water cooked white rice parsley

In a Dutch Oven, heat 1 tb oil over med-high heat. Add half the venison cubes. Cook 6 minutes, stirring. Remove and set aside. Repeat. Return meat to the pot. Stir in onions, stock, wine, vinegar and seasinings. Bring to a boil on high; reduce to low, cover and simmer1 1/2 hours until tender, stirring occasionally. Combine cranberries, sugar, flour and water. Stir into meat mixture and cook 6-8 minutes until sauce thickens. Serve over rice and garnish with parsley. >From The Complete Hunter Venison Cookery, Cowles Creative Publishing Yield: 8 servings

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CREAM OF BUTTERNUT SQUASH AND CASHEW NUT SOUP

1 1 1 1 2 1

medium can quart quart chicken tablespoon

butternut squash, pricked and baked; whole until soft. of unsalted cashews of cream of water bullion cubes of honey salt and pepper to taste

Bring the water to a boil, and add the Chicken bullion cubes. Peel and deseed the flesh of the squash. Mash thoroughly and add to the boiling water. Pour Cream into a Blender, add cashews and blend until cashews are liquefied. Add cream-nut mixture to boiling squash, with the honey, and salt and pepper to taste. Turn off stove and let sit until served warm.

CREAM OF FIDDLEHEAD SOUP
By: The First Ever Fiddlehead Harvesters Guide 2 1 1/4 1/4 1 1/2 2 1 2 pcs tablespoon cup cup cups quarts cup each french shallots -- finely chopped butter carrot -- finely diced leeks -- thinly sliced fiddleheads -- * see note chicken stock -- or veal stock salt and pepper heavy cream -- 35% egg yolks

Simmer shallots in butter in a frying pan over medium heat for about 10 min or until soft. Toss in carrots, leeks and fiddleheads. Add stock, salt and pepper to taste and bring to a boil. Simmer for 30 min. Mix cream and egg yolks in blender. Pour into soup. Heat slowly. Do not boil. Boil remaining fiddleheads uncovered in salted water for 6 min. Drain. Serve in tureen. Sprinkle cooked fiddleheads on top as garnish. NOTES : * Fresh or frozen (reserve 1/2 cup whole fiddleheads for garnish). Yield: serving size :

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CREAM OF FIDDLEHEAD SOUP
By: 'Mignonne' <toadflax@worldnet.att.net> 2 1 1 1 1/2 2 1 2 tablespoon wild cups quarts cup egg ramps, finely chopped or substitute; two parts onion to one p butter potato, diced fiddleheads, reserving 1/4 c. for g; arnish buffalo, moose, duck or vegetable s; tock salt and pepper heavy cream yolks, duck, quail, pheasant or wha; tever kind you have on ha

Okay, here's a recipe idea that I just had, but haven't had the chance to try yet because it's not spring yet so if you get brave enough to try this please let me know how it turns out. Min Saute' ramps in butter in a frying pan over medium heat for about 10 min or until soft. Toss in wild potato and fiddleheads. Add stock, salt and pepper to taste and bring to a boil. Simmer for 30 min. Mix cream and egg yolks in blender. Pour into soup. Heat slowly. Do not boil. Boil remaining fiddleheads uncovered in salted water for 6 min. Drain. Serve in tureen. Sprinkle cooked fiddleheads on top as garnish. NOTE: Can use fresh or frozen fiddleheads and ramps Yield: 6 servings

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CREAM OF GREEN BEANS SOUP

2 1/4 1/2 1 1 2 2 1 1/2 1 1 2

quart cup cup

chicken stock butter flour onion chopped fine stalk of celery chopped leeks chopped fine sprigs parsley chopped

cup cup

cooked green beans (can use frozen, not canned) cream mixed thoroughly with egg yolks

Melt butter in large soup pot, add flour and stir until golden. Add chicken broth and cook stirring until smooth. Add vegetables. Simmer 30 minutes, skimming several times. Add green beans, reserving a few for gannish, and simmer 5 minutes. Blend a batch at a time until all vegetables are pureed. Return to pan and reheat. Whip egg yolks thoroughly into cream. Add some of the hot soup to this mixture, then pour the mixture into the hot soup, stirring. Cook, stirring, below boiling point for 3 minutes. Don't let it boil. Taste for seasoning, add a little salt. (The tastier the chicken broth you start with the less salt you need at the end). Serve with a few beans floating on each bowl. Paula Giese Yield: 1 servings

CREAM OF GREEN BEANS SOUP

1

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2 quarts chicken stock 1/4 cup butter 1/2 cup flour 1 onion chopped fine 1 stalk of celery chopped 2 leeks chopped fine 2 sprigs parsley chopped 1 1/2 cups cooked green beans (can use frozen, not canned) 1 cup cream mixed thoroughly with -2 egg yolks Melt butter in large soup pot, add flour and stir until golden. Add chicken broth and cook stirring until smooth. Add vegetables. Simmer 30 minutes, skimming several times. Add green beans, reserving a few for gannish, and simmer 5 minutes. Blend a batch at a time until all vegetables are pureed. Return to pan and reheat. Whip egg yolks thoroughly into cream. Add some of the hot soup to this mixture, then pour the mixture into the hot soup,

Page 287 stirring. Cook, stirring, below boiling point for 3 minutes. Don't let it boil. Taste for seasoning, add a little salt. (The tastier the chicken broth you start with the less salt you need at the end). Serve with a few beans floating on each bowl.

CREAM OF GREEN CHILI SOUP
By: Barbara Karoff 6 3 4 10 1 3 cloves to t. c. c. chicken stock onions garlic 15 anaheim chilies, seeded ground cumin half-and-half, approximately cilantro This traditional Southwestern soup calls for mild Anaheim chilies and so is not as hot as the numbers might indicate. Add a jalapeno chili or two if more heat is desired. In batches, puree onions, garlic, and chilies with stock in a blender or food processor. Pour puree into a pan, add cumin and heat just to a boil. Simmer 5 minutes. Let cool. Stir in half-and-half to pouring consistency and correct seasoning. Serve hot or cold garnished with cilantro.

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CREAM OF TORTILLA SOUP

2 14 1/2 -ounce 1/2 1 1/2 2 1 2 1 1 1/4 1 1 2 2 1/2 stick medium cup garlic medium tablespoons cup tablespoon cup cup cup teaspoons teaspoons

cans chicken broth butter onion, pureed in processor or blend; er diced celery (i leave this out) cloves, puree with onion tomato, chopped in processor minced fresh chives 'pulverized' almost to powder unsal; ted tortilla chips all purpose flour whipping cream grated monterey jack cheese (about; 4 ounces) grated cheddar cheese (about 4 ounc; es) chili powder ground cumin crushed unsalted tortilla chips

Melt butter in heavy medium saucepan over medium heat. Add onion, celery and garlic and saute until onion is translucent, about 4 minutes. Reserve 1 tablespoon chopped tomato and 2 tablespoon chives for garnish. Add remaining tomato, chives and 1 1/2 cups tortilla chips to saucepan and saute 2 minutes .Reduce heat to low. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon flour over and stir mixture for 2 minutes. Stir chicken broth into tortilla mixture. Cover and bring to boil. Reduce heat. Stir in whipping cream. Add grated Jack and cheddar cheese and stir mixture until cheese is melted and well blended. Add chili powder and cumin.

Season to taste with salt and pepper. (Can be prepared 1 day ahead. Cover tightly and refrigerate. Rewarm soup over low heat, stirring frequently.) Ladle into bowls. Sprinkle each with some of reserved tomato and chives and crushed tortilla chips and serve.

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CREAM OF WILD RICE SOUP
By: Medical Alliance Cookbook (Madison County, Illinois) 19 1/2 2 1/2 1 1 1/4 4 cup cup tbl tbl cup cups wild rice -- rinsed thoroughly water butter or margarine minced onion flour chicken broth or 6 chicken bouillon; cubes -with 4 cups water salt to taste 1/3 3 1 1 2 cup tbl cup cup tbl carrots -- grated slivered almonds skim milk evaporated skim milk sherry minced parsley or chives Combine rice and water in a heavy saucepan. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low boil; cover loosely and cook 45 to 60 minutes. Fluff rice with fork; cover tightly and let stand 5 minutes. Set aside. Prepare chicken broth. Heat and set aside. Melt butter in saucepan; sauté onion until tender. Blend in flour; gradually add broth, stirring constantly with wire whisk until mixture thickens slightly. Stir in cooked rice and salt; add carrots and almonds. Simmer about 5 minutes. Blend in milks and sherry; heat to serving temperature. Garnish with minced parsley or chives. Yield: serves 6 to 7.

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CREAM SOUP WITH SQUIRREL MEAT

1 4 1 4 1 1 8 1 12 2 4 4

lb

butter wild leeks, cleaned and minced wild onions, minced

cup

sheep sorrel, cleaned and minced raw arrowhead tubers, peeled and sliced

cup cup cup tablespoon

squirrel stock squirrel meat, minced cream chives, chopped

This is another one of Tom's special soup dishes. Melt the butter in a three-quart saucepan, add the wild leeks and onions and cook for 4 minutes. Add the sheep sorrel, arrowhead tubers, squirrel stock and minced squirrel meat. Season to taste. Bring to a boil, lower heat and cook for 30 minutes. Rub the mixture through a fine sieve into a large bowl. Place the bowl on ice or in the snow to cool. When really cold, beat in the cram and taste for seasoning. Srpinkle the chopped chives on top of the dish and serve, well mixed and cold. ~ From "Wilderness Cooking: A unique illustrated cookbook and guide for outdoor enthusiasts." By Berndt Berglund and Clare E. Bolsby New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1973 From: David Chessler Date: 06 Oct 97 National Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 1 servings

CREAMED DOVE CASSEROLE

8 1 1 1 1 1/4 1/4 cup cup teaspoon can tablespoon

dove breasts butter 16 oz. cream of chicken soup butter or margarine salt and pepper to taste milk mushrooms, thinly sliced

Brush dove breasts with a small amount of butter and brown in casserole dish in hot oven. Cream together soup, butter, seasonings and milk. Pour over browned doves. Sprinkle with sliced mushrooms, cover and bake at 300F for 45-60 minutes. Yield: 4 servings

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CREAMED GROUSE ON TOAST

2 1 4 1/2 1/2 2 2 1 2 1/2 1/8 1/4 2 1 1

quart single cup cup tablespoon tablespoon cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoon

; water bay leaf grouse/squab, 3/4 to 1 lb ea onion; chopped mushrooms, fresh; sliced butter/margarine flour broth, chicken juice, lemon ; salt ; pepper cream, whipping parsley, fresh; minced toast; or hot cooked rice parsley, fresh; chopped optional

In a Dutch oven, bring water, bay leaf and grouse to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer until meat is tender. Remove grouse; cool. Debone and cut into pieces. In a skillet over medium heat, saute onion and mushrooms in butter until tender. Add flour. Stir in broth, lemon juice, salt and pepper; bring to a boil. Cook and stir for 2 minutes. Add grouse and heat through. Add cream and parsley; mix well. Heat through. Serve over toast or rice; garnish with parsley if desired. <Taste of Home - Dec/Jan 97> From: Margaret Young Date: 08 Dec 96 National Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 2 servings

CREAMED QUAIL CASSEROLE

8 1 1 1 1 1/4 1/4 cup cup teaspoon can tablespoon

quail breasts butter 16 oz. cream of chicken soup butter or margarine salt and pepper to taste milk mushrooms, thinly sliced

Brush quail breasts with a small amount of butter and brown in casserole dish in hot oven. Cream together soup, butter, seasonings and milk. Pour over browned doves. Sprinkle with sliced mushrooms, cover and bake at 300F for 45-60 minutes. Yield: 4 servings

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CREAMED WILD LEEK SOUP

2 1 1 1/4 3 6 2 1 1 1

cup cup cup tablespoon cup cup

wild leek bulbs, halved lengthwise wild leek leaves, chopped butter flour chicken or vegetable broth egg yolks heavy cream salt and pepper minced wild leek leaves

Saute wild leek bulbs and chopped leaves in butter over low heat. When tender, stir in flour, mixing well. Slowly whisk in 6 cups of broth then simmer 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Whisk together egg yolks and 2/3 cup cream until blended; slowly whisk mixture into soup, a little at a time, then raise heat and bring to a near boil. Stir until thickened. Salt and pepper to taste. Whip remaining 1/3 cup cream; top each serving with a generous spoonful then garnish with minced wild leek leaves. Serves 6. From: <rfarner@tellico.Net> Yield: 4 servings

CREAMY CABRITO SOUP
By: Bill's Goat Meat 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/2 c. can can can can can c. c. chopped leftover cabrito meat whole kernel corn sliced new potatoes sliced new potatoes cream of broccoli soup cream of potato soup skim milk water

Salt & pepper to taste Drain corn and potatoes and combine all ingredients. Simmer, stirring occasionally until desired consistency is reached.

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CREAMY NETTLE AND POTATO SOUP

6 4 4 1 1 1/4 1/4 1 4 1/4

tablespoons medium celery large pounds cup tablespoon cups

unsalted butter shallots, coarsely chopped ribs, coarsely chopped leek, white and tender green parts; only, halved lengthwise a sliced yukon gold potatoes, peeled and cut; into 1/4-inch dice dry white wine fresh lemon juice water bouquet garni, made with 1 thyme sp; rig, 1 tarragon sprig and with kitchen string

1/2 10 1 4

cup ounces bunch (5 ounces) ounces

heavy cream nettles or spinach or flat-leaf parsley sorrel, stems and tough ribs remove; d salt and freshly ground white peppe; r

At Manka's Inverness Lodge, in Inverness, California, chef Daniel DeLong uses local wild stinging nettles to give a tangy flavor to this light, creamy soup. Because nettles are prickly, use gloves while working with them. If nettles are unavailable, substitute fresh spinach or a combination of parsley and sorrel. 1. Melt 4 tablespoons of the butter in a large, heavy saucepan. Add the shallots, celery, leek and potatoes, cover and cook over moderately low heat, stirring occasionally, until softened, about 8 minutes. Add the wine and lemon juice and cook over high heat until evaporated. Add 4 cups of the water and the bouquet garni and bring to a simmer. Cover and cook over moderately low heat until the vegetables are tender, about 15 minutes. Discard the bouquet garni. 2. Working in batches, puree the soup in a blender or food processor until smooth. Strain the soup into a clean saucepan through a fine sieve. Stir in the heavy cream. 3. Bring a medium saucepan of salted water to a boil. Add the nettles and cook just until wilted. Drain the nettles and immediately plunge them into a medium bowl of ice water. Transfer the nettles to the blender or food processor and puree them with the remaining 1/4 cup of water. Strain the nettle puree into the soup and season with salt and white pepper. Bring the soup to a simmer over low heat, stir in the remaining 2 tablespoons of butter until melted and serve the soup right away.

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MAKE AHEAD The soup can be refrigerated for 2 days. WINE A lively, straightforward and not-too-rich Chardonnay with no oak will highlight the creamy texture of this soup without overwhelming the delicate flavor. Choose a light bottling with notes of melon and apple, such as the 1999 Gallo of Sonoma or the 2000 Rosemount from South Eastern Australia. Yield: 6 servings

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CREAMY NETTLE AND POTATO SOUP

6 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 4 1/4 1 1 1 1 1 1/2 10 1 1 1 1 1 1

tablespoon medium

unsalted butter shallots, coarsely chopped celery ribs, coarsely chopped

large

leek, white and tender green parts, halved lengthwise and thinly sliced

lb cup tablespoon cup

yukon gold potatoes, peeled and cut into 1/4-inch dice dry white wine fresh lemon juice water bouquet garni, made with thyme sprig, tarragon sprig and bay leaf, tied with kitchen string

cup oz bunch bunch

heavy cream nettles or spinach or (5 ounces) flat-leaf parsley and (4 ounces) sorrel, stems and tough ribs removed salt and freshly ground white pepper

Melt 4 tablespoons of the butter in a large, heavy saucepan. Add the shallots, celery, leek and potatoes, cover and cook over moderately low heat, stirring occasionally, until softened, about 8 minutes. Add the wine and lemon juice and cook over high heat until evaporated. Add 4 cups of the water and the bouquet garni and bring to a simmer. Cover and cook over moderately low heat until the vegetables are tender, about 15 minutes. Discard the bouquet garni. Working in batches, puree the soup in a blender or food processor until smooth. Strain the soup into a clean saucepan through a fine sieve. Stir in the heavy cream. Bring a medium saucepan of salted water to a boil. Add the nettles and cook just until wilted. Drain the nettles and immediately plunge them into a medium bowl of ice water. Transfer the nettles to the blender or food processor and puree them with the remaining 1/4 cup of water. Strain the nettle puree into the soup and season with salt and white pepper. Bring the soup to a simmer over low heat, stir in the remaining 2 tablespoons of butter until melted and serve the soup right away. MAKE AHEAD The soup can be refrigerated for 2 days. WINE A lively, straightforward and not-too-rich Chardonnay with no oak will highlight the creamy texture of this soup without overwhelming the delicate flavor. Choose a light bottling with notes of melon and

Page 296 apple, such as the 1999 Gallo of Sonoma or the 2000 Rosemount from South Eastern Australia. At Manka's Inverness Lodge, in Inverness, California, chef Daniel DeLong uses local wild stinging nettles to give a tangy flavor to this light, creamy soup. Because nettles are prickly, use gloves while working with them. If nettles are unavailable, substitute fresh spinach or a combination of parsley and sorrel. From Food and Wine Magazine, May 2001. From: Kailariwoifeyes@aol.Com Yield: 4 servings

CREAMY SQUASH/MAPLE SOUP

1 1 3 1 4 2 1/8 1/2 1 cup tablespoon teaspoon cup tablespoon

butternut squash onion, medium butter, margarine or veg. oil milk vt maple syrup nutmeg heavy cream salt and white pepper

Cut squash in half and clean out seeds. Turn upside down in baking dish. Add water to cover bottom of baking dish. Bake in 350° oven until tender (about 1 hour). Sauté the onion in butter until soft. When squash has cooled, scoop it out and puree in blender with milk and onions until desired consistency. Place in pot; add maple syrup, heavy cream, nutmeg, salt and pepper to taste. Heat to serving temperature and serve immediately. From: "Melana Hiatt" <melana@ediblewild Yield: 4 servings

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CREAMY WILD RICE AND TURKEY SOUP

1 2 1 1/2 1 2 2 1/2 1-1/2 1 2

tablespoon cloves cup cup cup cups teaspoon cups cup tablespoons

olive oil garlic, finely chopped carrots, finely chopped celery, finely chopped onion, finely chopped cooked wild rice ground black pepper cooked turkey breast, chopped whipping cream fresh parsley, chopped

cans (14-1/2 ounce chicken broth

In a saucepan at moderate heat, pour in olive oil and heat. Add the garlic, carrots, celery, and onion. Sauté until onion is clear and vegetables soft. Pour in chicken broth and add the wild rice, black pepper, and turkey. Heat the soup for 10 minutes. Add the whipping cream. Ladle into soup bowls and garnish with parsley. Yield: 4 to 6 servings

CREAMY WILD RICE SOUP

2 4 2 1/2 2 1/2 1/2 1 1/2 1/2 1/2

cups cups tablespoons small tablespoons teaspoon teaspoon cup cup cup cup

cooked wild rice broth (chicken, beef or vegetable) butter onion, minced flour salt black pepper half-and-half celery, chopped carrots, finely chopped minced cooked meat (ham, chicken or; turkey)

Brown the onion in butter in a deep heavy saucepan. Stir in the flour while adding the broth slowly, stirring constantly. Next, add the wild rice, meat, carrots, celery, salt and pepper and half-and-half last. Simmer on low for five minutes. Cool and refrigerate. This soup needs to let the flavors blend overnight. Reheat and serve the next day. At this point, you can add a few herbs like parsley, a dash of cumin or a dash of hot pepper sauce if desired.

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CREEK PEANUT SOUP

2 2 2 2 1

c. c. c. tsp. to

dry-roasted peanuts, finely chopped; or 1 c. chuncky-style pe (preferably from the health food st; ore) chicken broth milk or cream chopped scallion greens salt and pepper to taste 2 tsp. hot pepper sauce

In a heavy saucepan, combine peanuts, broth and milk. Cook over medium heat for 5 minutes, stirring. Simmer 10 minutes longer, stirring occasionally. Sprinkle with scallions and season to taste with salt, pepper and hot pepper sauce. Yield: serves 4.

CROCK POT VENISON BARBECUE

3 1 4 1 1/2 2 1 2 1 2 1/2 1/2

lb cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon lb cup cup cup

venison stew meat onion, diced garlic cloves, chopped red wine vinegar worcestershire sauce lawrey's natural choice seasoning for meat seasoned salt seasoned bacon catsup molasses brown sugar

Place venison, onion, garlic, vinegar, Worcestershire sauce and seasoning in crock pot. Cook on high for 1 to 2 hours until meat is cooked. Cook bacon and crumble or chop. Add bacon, catsup, molasses and brown sugar. Turn crock pot on low and heat for the rest of the day. Serve over rice potatoes or toast. NOTE: Venison can be substituted with any red meat, just cut in 1-inch cubes. Yield: 7 servings

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CROCK POT VENISON STEW

2 2 3 1/2 2 1 1/2 1/2 1 1 1 1

lb tablespoon cup tablespoon cup cup cup

venison cubes oil stalks celery, diced chopped onion cloves garlic, minced parsley, chopped water dry red wine tomato sauce salt and pepper to taste oregano basil

Brown meat in oil. Place celery and onion at the bottom of the crock pot. Add browned meat and remaining ingredients. Cook on low for 7-10 hours. Yield: 6 servings

CROCKPOT WILD RICE SOUP
By: Betty Crocker 1 2 2 1 1/2 1 1 1/4 3 1 1/3 1 2 cup cup seasoning tsp tsp (14-1/2-ounce) (12-ounce) cup cup tbsp medium stalks onion, chopped celery, diced carrots, diced diced smoked turkey uncooked uncle ben's wild rice and; long-grain rice packet from the wild rice mix dried tarragon leaves pepper cans chicken broth can evaporated fat-free milk all-purpose flour frozen green peas, thawed dry sherry, optional

Place onion, celery, carrots, turkey, 1/2 cup wild rice and long grain rice mix, rice mix seasoning packet, tarragon and pepper in slow cooker. Pour broth over all. Cover and cook on Low for 6-8 hours or until wild rice and vegetables are tender. Mix milk and flour; stir into soup. Cover and cook about 20 minutes or until thickened. Stir in peas and sherry during last 15 minutes of cooking. Yield: 6 servings

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CROCKÚPOT QUAIL

8 1 1/2 2 2 2 1/2 2 2 1/3 1) cup cup cup can can can cup

quail [cut up] flour peanut oil cream of chicken soup cream of celery soup chicken broth white wine [dry] white onions [thinly sliced] bay leaves parmesan cheese

Rinse the birds and pat dry inside and out, season with salt

and pepper to taste and coat with flour. Brown in hot peanut oil in a skillet... 2) Combine the quail with the soups, broth, wine, onions, and bay leaves in a crock pot and cook on high for 4 hours and then reduce heat to low for 7 to 8 hours or `til birds are tender... 3) Remove bay leaves add the cheese and cook for 30 min more... Serve over rice or noodles... Source: "Bill Saiff's Rod & Reel Recipes for Hookin' & Cookin'" cookbook re-typed with permission for you by Fred Goslin in Watertown NY on Cyberealm Bbs. home of KookNet at (315) 786-1120 Yield: 8 servings

CROW [OR GALAH] SOUP

1 10 2 4 4 2 2 1 1 1 large cup

butter crows [or galahs] plucked and gutt; ed lentils onions carrots celery stalks potatoes turnip salt pepper

Peel and dice the vegetables. Saute the crows in some butter until lightly browned. Add the onions, carrots and celery and continue the fry for about 5 minutes more. Add water or chicken stock and bring to the boil. Cook for about 25 minutes on a medium heat. Remove the birds and either serve on the side, or if desired remove meat and and return to the soup. **If using Galah, omit the lentils. Trevor says that this has quite a game-taste. [Somewhat similar to

Page 301 free-range quail] from TREVOR POLLARD typed by KEVIN JCJD SYMONS From: Kevin Jcjd Symons Yield: 4 servings Date: 18 May 99

CRUSTED TENDERLOIN WITH CHIPOTLE ONIONS

1 1 1 1 1/2 1/2 5 2 1 1/2 4 1 1 1 1 2

tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon teaspoons teaspoon whole whole tablespoons cloves beef canned onion (1/2 lb.) tablespoon cups

juniper berries coriander seed dried oregano black peppercorns kosher salt allspice cloves chopped pecans garlic, chopped or buffalo tenderloin (4 to 5 lb.),; fat trimmed, rolled, and chipotle chili , thinly sliced salad oil beef broth salt and pepper

Notes: Oden uses buffalo tenderloin, but it's costly (see box, page 91). Beef tenderloin is a good option. Both roasts take about the same time to cook. However, if buffalo is cooked beyond rare, the meat becomes dry 1. In a blender, finely grind juniper berries, coriander, oregano, peppercorns, kosher salt, allspice, cloves, and pecans. Add the garlic and whirl to form a paste. 2. Rub seasoning paste all over tenderloin. Set meat on a rack in a 12- by 17-inch roasting pan. Roast in a 425 [degrees] oven for 20 minutes. 3. Meanwhile, rinse canned chipotle chili, discard the seeds and veins, and mince the chili. 4. Mix onion slices with oil and put in roasting pan around meat (not on rack). Continue to cook until a thermometer inserted in center of the thickest part of meat registers 130 [degrees] for rare, 30 to 40 minutes longer. 5. Transfer roast to a platter and let rest in a warm place 10 to 15 minutes (to allow juices to settle and meat to firm slightly for neater slicing). 6. Skim and discard any fat from drippings in roasting pan. Add minced chipotle and broth to onions in pan. Set pan over high heat and scrape browned bits free, stirring until mixture boils vigorously. Pour into a bowl. 7. Slice meat and offer chipotle-onion sauce to spoon over portions. Add

Page 302 salt and pepper to taste. Yield: 10 to 12 servin

CURRIED QUAIL BREASTS

----INGREDIENTS---6 1/2 3 1/8 1 1 3 1/2 quart cup large lb cup cup tablespoon cup breasts flour onions, chopped butter ----DIRECTIONS---chicken broth celery, chopped curry powder heavy cream

Put flour in paper bag, with dash of paprika if desired. Add quail breasts and shake to coat with flour. Brown quail breasts in deep frying pan and put aside. Saute celery and onions in pan until soft. Return quail to pan and add curry powder and chicken broth. Cover and let simmer for 20 minutes. If sauce is watery, add flour to thicken. Add sour cream and simmer five more minutes while covered. If you like it spicy Texas style, add enough cayenne pepper to suit your taste. Submitted By EARL SHELSBY Yield: 1 servings

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CURTIS ATKIN'S PUMPKIN SOUP

1 1 1/2 4 1 1 1/2 1/2 4 1 1/4 cup cup cup cup cup cup lb tablespoon

pumpkin, top removed and inside scooped out sugar pumpkin, cubed margarine, melted salt and pepper chopped onion chopped carrots chopped celery vegetable broth tomatoes, diced rice

Coat the inside of the pumpkin with half the melted margarine, then sprinkle the inside with salt and pepper. Bake for 20 minutes at 400 degrees. In a saucepan, saute mixed vegetables in remaining margarine for about 5 minutes. Add broth and bring to a boil. Pour broth, vegetables and rice into the pumpkin. Return filled pumpkin to the oven with the lid on top and bake about 1 hour or until the pumpkin is tender, but not too soft. Place the whole pumpkin on the table and ladle soup into bowls. Tip: Spiced Pumpkin Seeds Toss dried pumpkin seeds melted butter, add 1/4 teaspoon cayenne, 1/2 teaspoon cumin, 1/2 teaspoon salt , add nuts, spread back on sheet and toast in 350 oven for 5-8 minutes, until toasted and fragrant. Tip: Bake your favorite pie in a pumpkin! Scoop out a pumpkin, use your favorite pie crust, your favorite filling, and bake as recommended in your favorite recipe, until crust is brown and filling is set Yield: 6 servings Recipe Courtesy of Curtis Akins From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.Cdate: Mon, 6 Oct 2003 19:47:07 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

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DANDELION CHOWDER

1 1 3 1 2 1 1 2 2 1/4 1 2 1

tablespoon medium cup

butter onion, finely chopped dandelion greens, washed and chopped (10 3/4-ounce) cans condensed cream of potato soup

cup teaspoon teaspoon dash

milk instant chicken broth black pepper ground nutmeg hard-cooked eggs, peeled and chopped, optional

He butter in heavy saucepan over medium heat. Saute onion in melted better just until translucent. Add dandelion greens, potato soup, milk, instant chicken broth, pepper and nutmeg. Heat slowly, stirring occasionally, until mixture begins to boil. Reduce heat, cover and simmer 30 minutes. Ladle into soup bowls and garnish with hard-cooked eggs. Makes 4 servings. Melana Edible Wild Kitchen www.ediblewild.com From: Yield: 4 servings

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DAY LILY CHICKEN SOUP

5 1/2 1 1/2 3/4 2 3 1/4 2 2 3 1 1 1 1/2

cup cup tablespoon cup tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon cup

chicken stock cooked, minced chicken cubed salt pork diced potatoes minced onion minced celery each ginger, salt, & pepper flour sherry minced mushrooms minced parsley soy sauce chopped day lilies

Combine chicken stock, chicken, salt pork, potatoes, onion, celery, ginger, salt, and pepper. Cook 15-30 min. or until potatoes are tender. Add flour to sherry and add to soup. Add remaining ingredients and simmer 3-4 min. From: Benao <benao@libertysurf.Fr> Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 18:05:48 +0100 Yield: 4 servings

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DEB JACKSON'S WILD GINGER CHICKEN WITH RICE

3 1/4 1 2 1 1 4 1 2 3 4 4

tablespoon lb cup tablespoon tablespoon

wild ginger roots margarine water flour salt sugar boneless skinned chicken breasts

cup cup tablespoon

rice water chicken bouillon cubes olive oil

Wild Ginger Chicken with Rice: Gather, wash and crush Wild Ginger roots. About 3 tbls. You also need: 1 stick margarine, 1-cup water, 2 tbls. flour, salt to taste, 1 tbls. sugar. Place ginger and margarine in saucepan simmer on med. heat for 10 min. add salt and sugar stir. Remove from heat, in cup or bowl stir flour and water until smooth-no lumps, pour into ginger mixture stirring constantly place back on med. heat stirring until thick, set aside. Take 4 or 5 Boneless skinned chicken breasts, 2 cups Rice, 3 cups water, 4 chicken bouillon cubes, 4 tbls. olive oil. Brown chicken in skillet with olive oil remove chicken, place rice in skillet, dissolve bouillon in water, pour over rice, place chicken over rice, cover and simmer on low for 10 min. pour sauce on top, simmer for 10 more min. Deb Jackson Yield: 4 servings

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DEER & BARLEY SOUP

2 1 2 14 1 1 2 1 4 1/4 tablespoon teaspoon cup tablespoon cup cup

deer shanks (or equal) peas, green split garlic clove, finely chopped beef or chicken stock salt barley, pearl onions, chopped bell pepper, seeded, chopped butter pepper

Brown garlic, onion and pepper in butter. Add deer, cut into 1" pieces, and brown lightly. Add stock and remaining ingredients and bring to a boil. Cover and simmer for 2-3 hours, until meat is tender. Season according to taste. Shank took 3 hours to become tender. Submitted By PMBST8+@PITT.EDU Submitted By PMBST8+@PITT.EDU Yield: 3 servings

DEER AND BARLEY SOUP

2 1 1 2 2 1 14 4 1 1/4 cup tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon cup cup

deer shanks (or equal) barley, pearl peas, green split onions, chopped garlic clove, finely chopped bell pepper, seeded, chopped beef or chicken stock butter salt pepper

Brown garlic, onion and pepper in butter. Add deer, cut into 1" pieces, and brown lightly. Add stock and remaining ingredients and bring to a boil. Cover and simmer for 2-3 hours, until meat is tender. Season according to taste. Shank took 3 hours to become tender. Source: Gulfport Sun-Herald, 13 January 1988 Recipe date: 01/13/88 Yield: 1 servings

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DEER CAMP ROAST

6 1/2 3 1 2

lb cup tablespoon can

venison roast vegetable oil flour (10.75-oz) cream of onion soup soup cans hot water

Braise venison equally in oil in large pan. Remove roast from pan. Add flour to oil in pan. Stir & brown to a medium brown. Place venison back in roux. Pour onion soup & water on top of roast. Cook in pressure cooker at 20 pounds pressure for 30 minutes. If meat has been frozen, cook an additional 45 minutes. Serves 10. TERRY GRIFFITH From <Simply Southern>, the Desoto School Mothers' Assn, Helena-West Helena, AR 72390. Downloaded from Glen's MM Recipe Archive, http://www.erols.com/hosey. Yield: 10 servings

DEER CASSEROLE

1 3 1 1 10 10 8 1 1 1 1

lb large

venison; ground raw potatoes; up to 4, peeled and sliced

oz oz oz small

vegetable beef soup; (1 can) cream of mushroom soup canned onion; diced pepper; to taste garlic salt; to taste

Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Place sliced potatoes in bottom of casserole dish. Break ground deer meat on potatoes. Add garlic salt, diced onion, pepper and soups. Cover and bake for one hour or until potatoes are done. Native American website by Mitchell and Nancy Deer with Horns, http://www.angelfire.com/ct/deerwhorns/. Mitchell is from the Lakota tribe. This recipe came from http://www.angelfire.com/ct/deerwhorns/deerrecipes.html. Formatted for Mastercook by K. Hudson Lipin, 10/04/98 Recipe by: Nancy Deer With Horns

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From: Kathy And Lloyd Lipin <lipin21220 Yield: 6 servings

DEER HEART STEAK WITH VEGETABLE SIMMER

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 1 1 1 cup can large

deer heart, fresh salt pepper steak spice garlic salt beef bouillon cube or powder rosemary thyme water vegetable saute: onions (cut in lg pieces with layer; s seperated) green peppers stalks celery, sliced, thin and dia; gonally carrot, sliced thin and diagonally broccoli head (in sm pieces) mushrooms

Rinse deer heart in cold, running water to remove all blood. Trim off fat. Let stand in cold salted water to 1 to 2 hrs. Remove and place in a pot of boiling salted water. Boil 15 to 20 min. Remove and cut into 2 centimeter slices. Place in hot, oiled skillet. Sprinkle with steak spice, pepper and garlic salt. Fry like steak, both sides, about 15 min. In meantime prepare vegetables. Saute onions in oiled pot for 5 min, add remaining vegetables. Sprinkle with rosemary, thyme, garlic powder, and pepper. Dissolve bouillon in cup of hot water and add to vegetables. Simmer 10 min or to desired tenderness. Serve with deer heart and boiled or fried potatoes. Yield: 4 servings

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DEER HEART STEW

5 1 1 1 1 1

deer hearts stick margarine salt black pepper flour water

Trim & cut hearts into quarters. Boil until tender in lightly salted water. Remove & cut into 1/2-inch cubes. Saute in butter. Add enough water to cover. Thicken with flour & add seasonings to taste, heavy on the black pepper. Simmer for 30 minutes & serve. E.F. 'SONNY' KALB From <Simply Southern>, the Desoto School Mothers' Assn, Helena-West Helena, AR 72390. Downloaded from Glen's MM Recipe Archive, http://www.erols.com/hosey. Yield: 6 servings

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DEER MEAT "POT STEW"

4 2 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 1

lb cup oz lb cup large

lean venison seasoned flour butter mushrooms; cleaned and sliced chopped onion green pepper; chopped (remove pith and seeds) stock to cover

cup medium can

red wine potatoes; cubed carrots; thickly sliced whole-kernel corn 2 peeled, cored and sliced apple (optional)

cup

chopped celery (optional)

Cut venison into 1" cubes and dredge them in flour. In a heavy kettle, melt butter and saute vegetables until golden. Remove the vegetables from the pot and add the meat, searing it on all sides. Add more butter, if necessary. Return the vegetables to the pot, and add enough beef stock (or canned bouillon) to almost cover the meat and vegetables. Let this simmer, covered, for about 2 hr. Add the rest of the ingredients and bring to a boil. Turn down the heat and simmer until the vegetables are done. You could also add the apples and/or celery. A dash of herbs always helps, but this recipe has the object of providing a tasty stew that retains the flavor of the venison without killing it. When the stew is about done, add more seasoning, if desired. http://www.ring.com/certifie/deerstew.htm From: mloo@juno.com (Michael Loo) Yield: 1 servings

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DEER SOUP STOCK

2 1/8 1/16 12 8 1/4 cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

deer bones, cracked, large nutmeg mace peppercorns, green, crushed water smoked salt

Crack deer bones after removing from meat (large ham bone & pelvic bones, etc). Place in large stew pot, add seasonings. Bring to a boil, then cover and simmer for three hours. Strain stock through tea strainer, then through cloth to remove any particles. Allow to cool, then skim off any fat which accumulates. Use as base for soup or stew. Recipe date: 03/03/88 Yield: 1 servings

DELAWARE INDIAN DEER LIVER WITH ONIONS

1 3 4 1/2 1/2 1/4 4 2 1 1 cup tablespoon teaspoon cup teaspoon tablespoon cup

venison liver, sliced water flour salt dry red wine pepper bacon fat wild onions, sliced can mushroom soup can water

Trim and wash the liver and slice into 1/4" slices. Pour half of the boiling water over the slices, drain and pat dry. Reepat. On a platter, mix the flour, salt and peppper. Dredge the liver in the flour mixture. Over high heat, heat the bacon fat until blue smoke appears. Add the liver and saute on both sides until lightly browned. Remove the liver with a slotted spoon and set aside. Add the thinly sliced onions and cook until golden brown. Be careful not to burn the onions. Lower the heat, add the mushroom soup, one can of warm water and the liver. Cover and cook for 1 1/2 hours, making sure that the pan does not cook dry. Add 1/2 c. wine just before the liver is ready. Served with mashed potatoes and melted bacon grease as gravy. Source: "Indian Cookin'", compiled by Herb WAlker, 1977 Yield: 1 recipe

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DENE TROUT CHOWDER
By: Gina Neyelle, Deline, NWT. 1 great bear lake trout or other firm flesh; fish flour oil water milk assorted veggies: onions, potatoes, green peppers, carrots, celery, etc s&p, cayenne to taste From Gina Neyelle of Deline [Fort Franklin] on the shore of Great Bear Lake, NWT: 'the reason I do that [deep fry the trout chunks before making the chowder] is if you just cut up the fish and throw it in the pot it gets mushy.' Cut a Great Bear Lake trout up into cubes, place it in a plastic bag with flour; shake. Put some oil into a pan and deep-fry until they're goldenbrown. Simmer some milk and water in another pot and add vegetables plus a little salt, pepper and cayenne. After a few minutes add the fried fish cubes and continue simmering until the vegetables are done. If the chowder is too thin add a little more flour. Yield: 1 batch

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DENE TROUT CHOWDER

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

great bear lake trout or other firm; fleshed fish flour oil water milk assorted veggies: onions, potatoes, green peppers, carrots, celery, etc s&p, cayenne to taste

From Gina Neyelle of Deline [Fort Franklin] on the shore of Great Bear Lake, NWT: "the reason I do that [deep fry the trout chunks before making the chowder] is if you just cut up the fish and throw it in the pot it gets mushy." Cut a Great Bear Lake trout up into cubes, place it in a plastic bag with flour; shake. Put some oil into a pan and deep-fry until they're golden- brown. Simmer some milk and water in another pot and add vegetables plus a little salt, pepper and cayenne. After a few minutes add the fried fish cubes and continue simmering until the vegetables are done. If the chowder is too thin add a little more flour. Recipe by: Gina Neyelle, Deline, NWT. Source: News/North, www.nnsl.com Posted by: Jim Weller Yield: 1 batch

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DESCRIPTION OF COOKING TERMS 10

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

remoulade a mayonnaise-based sauce with added mustard, gherkins, capers and herbs, to accompany cold meats, fish and shellfish dishes, and traditionally celeriac render to melt solid meat fats slowly in the oven. rest (pastry) set aside to allow the gluten to contract and lessen the chance of shrinkage during the baking process. rillettes meats, such as pork, rabbit and goose, cooked gently in lard until the meat falls apart. the meat is then shredded, mixed with the rendered fat and put into small stones jars or pots. rilletes are served at room temperature rissoto a classic italian dish of rice tossed in olive oil or butter with added for the flavour-base. it is cooked slowly, stirred constantly until all the stock is absorbed. robust a gutsy, mouth filling wine. rouille 'rust, a thick sauce from the south of france. red chillies are pounded with garlic and bread then blended with olive oil and stock. served with fish soups. rouget red mullet, also known as barbounia. roulade a preparation which is spread or stuffed with another element, then rolled. it can be savoury, such as meat and fish, or sweet like a swiss roll filled with cream roux a cooked mixture of equal parts butter and flour used as a base to

Page 316 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 thicken sauces. sambal the collective name for the side dishes and condiments accompanying south-east asian meals. bon appetit - exec.chef magnus johansson

Source: Australian Vogue Wine and Food Cookbook 1993\1994 onion, then stock and seafood, vegetables, meat, cheese or other ingredients Yield: 4 servings

DIANE'S NETTLE SOUP

1 1 3 1 3 1 1 1 1/2 1 1 1

large

handful of young nettle leaves (about 4 cups) cloves garlic

large medium teaspoon pint

onion potatoes veg bouilon cube or miso in water chopped parsley olive oil salt and pepper, to taste

Peel and chop the onion, garlic, and potatoes. In large saucepan, add a little olive oil and saute vegetables for 3 to 4 minutes. Add cut-up potatoes, nettle leaves (remove from stems with gloved hands), and stock, if using bouilon, just water, if using miso (add miso at very end). Simmer for 1-1/2 to 2 hours or until potatoes aer tender enough to break with a fork. Mash or blenderize the mixture into a thick soup. Season with salt and pepper. Add miso before serving. Melana Edible Wild Kitchen www.ediblewild.com :From: http://users.ids.net/~boudicca/pov-dianenettle.html From: "Melana Hiatt" <melana@ediblewild Yield: 4 servings

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DONALD KEEN'S VENISON IN CASSEROLE

2 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1/4 1 4 1 1 1/2 1 1

lb tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon pinch teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon pint small

vension red wine or watered vinegar olive oil sherry (optional) butter salt chopped onion cayenne pepper chopped parsley flour or sufficient to thicken gravy stock (bouillon cubes) can mushrooms or 1 pint fresh, chopped

Soak venison in red wine or weak vinegar overnight. Brown cubed venison in skillet in olive oil and butter. Mix flour into 1/2 cup stock and add to remaining stock, mushrooms, onion and seasoning in skillet. Cover and let simmer 1 hour or until tender. Add sherry before serving. From "Don's Spicy Kitchen." Donald Keen (USN Retired) Contact me at: drkeen@family-net.org Posting in alt.cake and rec.food.cooking My ICQ number 3198023 From: "Drkeen" <drkeen@family-Net.Org> Yield: 4 servings

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DON'S RATTLESNAKE STEW

2 2 1/2 2 2 1/2 1 1/4 2 1 1/2 2

lb cup cup cup cup tablespoon teaspoon quart cup tablespoon

rattlesnake meat boned onions medium chopped coarse celery chopped stewed tomatos potatos cubed 1 sauterne wine salt to taste soy sauce dill freshly snipped bay leaves chicken broth flour peanut oil

Dredge the snake meat in the flour. Heat the peanut oil in a heavy skillet on med. high heat. Fry the snake meat until lightly browned. Remove from skillet and drain. Bring chicken broth to a boil. Add vegetables, add soy sauce, add wine, and then add the snakemeat. Lower heat and simmer for 1 hour. Stir frequently. Serve hot. Origin: Issac Jefferson, Perry-Florida, circa 1991 Submitted By DON HOUSTON Yield: 3 quarts

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DOVE AND SAUSAGE GUMBO

15 1 1 1/2 1/2 1 1/2 2 2 2 1 1/2 1/4 1/4 1/8 1/8 1/8 3/4 1/4 1/8 1 teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon lb cup teaspoon tablespoon centiliter cup cup cup

dove breasts 10-3/4 ounce can consomme beef-flavored bouillon cube vegetable oil all-purpose flour onion; finely chopped stalks celery; finely chopped worcestershire sauce garlic; minced to 2 bay leaves dried whole basil poultry seasoning freshly ground pepper ground red pepper ground allspice ground cloves smoked sausage; cut into 1/4 slices dry red wine hot sauce hot cooked rice

: Place dove breasts in Dutch oven, and cover with water. Boil about 10 minutes. Cool and remove meat from bones. Reserve cooking liquid in Dutch oven, adding water if necessary to make 2-1/4 cups liquid. Set meat aside. : Add consomme and bouillon cube to Dutch oven. Cook until bouillon cube is dissolved. : Brown dove in hot oil in a large skillet; drain well. Pour off all but 1/4 cup oil. Add flour to reserved oil; cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until roux is the color of a copper penny (about 10 to 15 minutes). : Gradually add about 1-1/2 cups of consomme mixture to roux; cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until thickened and bubbly. Stir in onion and celery, and cook about 5 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Add roux mixture to remaining consomme mixture, and stir well. Stir in Worcestershire sauce and seasonings. : Brown sausage, and drain well. Stir sausage and dove into roux mixture; simmer 1-1/2 hours, stirring occasionally. Add wine and hot sauce; stir well. Remove bay leaves, and serve gumbo over hot rice. Yield: about 1-3/4 quarts. From Warren S. Martin of Alabama in September 1981 "Southern Living" Typos by Jeff Pruett Yield: 2 quarts +/-

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DOVE AU VIN

1 1 1 12 1/3 1 1 1 10 1/2 1/2 1

cup teaspoon teaspoon cup cup cup small oz cup

all-purpose flour salt pepper doves; dressed butter celery; chopped onion; chopped green bell pepper; chopped can beef consomme dry red wine hot cooked noodles or rice

Combine flour, salt and pepper in a large zip-top plastic bag. Add doves, a few at a time; seal and shake to coat. Melt butter in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat; add doves, and cook until browned, turning once. Place doves in a lightly greased 13" x 9" x 2" baking dish. Sprinkle celery, onion, and bell pepper evenly over doves; add consomme. Cover with aluminum foil. Bake at 350oF for 1-1/2 hours. Pour wine over doves, and bake, covered, 30 additional minutes. Serve with noodles or rice. Yield: 6 servings. Just Game Recipes is located at www.justgamerecipes.com MM Format by Dave Drum - 12 September 2003 Uncle Dirty Dave's Kitchen From: Dave Drum Yield: 6 servings Date: 09-12-03

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DOVE AU VIN - SL 11/95

1 1 1 12 1/3 1 1 1 10 1/2 1/2 1

cup teaspoon teaspoon cup cup cup small oz cup

all-purpose flour salt pepper doves; dressed butter or margarine celery; chopped onion; chopped green bell pepper; chopped can beef consomme dry red wine ; hot cooked noodles or ric

: Combine flour, salt and pepper in a large zip-top plastic bag. Add doves, a few at a time; seal and shake to coat. : Melt butter in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat; add doves, and cook until browned, turning once. : Place doves in a lightly greased 13" x 9" x 2" baking dish. Sprinkle celery, onion, and bell pepper evenly over doves; add consomme. Cover with aluminum foil. : Bake at 350F for 1-1/2 hours. Pour wine over doves, and bake, covered, 30 additional minutes. Serve with noodles or rice. Yield: 6 servings. November, 1995 "Southern Living" Typos by Jeff Pruett Yield: 6 servings

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DOVE BREASTS STROGANOFF

24 1 2 1 1 1/2 1 1 1 1 1 1 cup medium tablespoon can can cup

dove breasts onion; chopped butter (10.7-oz) cream of celery soup (4-oz) mushrooms sauterne oregano rosemary thyme salt and pepper kitchen boquet (optional) sour cream

Put doves in large baking dish. Saute onions in butter. Mix remaining ingredients, except sour cream. Pour over meat. Cover with foil and bake at 325 for 1 hour. Add sour cream and stir. Bake uncovered for 20 minutes. Serve over rice or noodles. MRS E.J. HOSEY (MERRIE JACK) MARVELL, AR From the book <High Cotton Cookin'>, Marvell Academy Mothers Assn, Marvell, AR 72366, ISBN 0-918544-14-9, downloaded from Glen's MM Recipe Archive, http://www.erols.com/hosey. Yield: 6 servings

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DOVE CREOLE

1 1 1 1 4 1 2 3 1 1/2 1 1 2 1 cup cup can tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon cup

dozen doves seasoned flour bacon drippings paprika chopped onions boiling water bouillon cubes whole cloves bay leaf red wine sour cream (4-oz) mushrooms; sliced thin flour water

Dredge doves in seasoned flour and brown in bacon drippings. Sprinkle with paprika as they fry. Remove doves. Fry onions until transparent. Add boiling water in which bouillon cubes have been dissolved. Add cloves, bay leaf and wine. Return doves to pan. Simmer covered for 45 minutes. Add sour cream, mushrooms and one-half the mushroom juice. Simmer 30 minues. Remove doves and thicken liquid with 2 tablespoons flour dissolved in a little water to make gravy (gravy may already be thick enough without adding the flour). From a collection of my mother's (Judy Hosey) recipe box which contained lots of her favorite recipes, clippings, etc. Downloaded from Glen's MM Recipe Archive, http://www.erols.com/hosey. Yield: 6 servings

Page 324

DOVE KABOBS^ - O O A K

1 1/3 1/3 1/4 1 1/2 1 6 2 1/4 1/4 1 teaspoon teaspoon cup dash cup cup cup cup

doves vinegar lemon juice soy sauce vegetable oil worcestershire sauce hot pepper sauce cloves garlic; chopped black pepper paprika chicken stock

Skin dove breasts and marinate overnight. Remove from marinade; place on skewers. Grill, basting often until medium rare. This is enough marinade for about 2 dozen doves. Carolyn Shaw 2/26/98. Recipe by: One of a Kind: Junior League of Mobile 1981 Yield: 8 servings

DOVES IN WINE SAUCE #1

1/2 2 1/2 2 1 24 3 1 2 1/4 1/4 1/4

cup slice cup

chopped onion slices bacon; diced mushrooms sticks butter salt and pepper dove breasts

tablespoon cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

flour white wine chicken broth tarragon basil chervil

Saute onion, bacon and mushrooms in 2 tablespoons butter until slightly brown. Set aside. In skillet, brown doves in remaining butter. (Add more butter if necessary.) Remove doves. Add flour to butter and stir until smooth. Add wine, broth and seasonings; stir until thick. Combine with onion mixture. Place doves in large casserole; pour on sauce. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes or until done. MRS N.R. HOSEY (JUDY) MARVELL, AR

Page 325 From the book <High Cotton Cookin'>, Marvell Academy Mothers Assn, Marvell, AR 72366, ISBN 0-918544-14-9, downloaded from Glen's MM Recipe Archive, http://www.erols.com/hosey. Yield: 8 servings

DOVES WITH APPLE DRESSING - SLC

12 1/2 1/4 1/2 1/3 2 1 1/2 1/2 3 2 1/2 1 1/4 1/2 1/2 1/2 1 teaspoon teaspoon cup cup tablespoon tablespoon cup teaspoon cup cup cup small cup teaspoon teaspoon cup

doves; cleaned salt pepper ; water butter or margarine lemon juice all-purpose flour ; water beef-flavored bouillon granules ----APPLE DRESSING---crumbled cornbread cooking apples; peeled and chopped celery; chopped onion; chopped butter or margarine; melted salt poultry seasoning milk egg; slightly beaten

: Place doves in a large skilet. Sprinkle salt and pepper over doves. Pour 1/2 cup water into skillet. Cover and cook over medium heat 20 minutes. Remove cover, and continue cooking until most of water is gone. : Add butter and lemon juice to doves. Cook doves, turning occasionally, until browned. Remove doves, and set aside. : Add flour to drippings in skillet; cook over low heat until lightly browned; stirring occasionally. Add 1/2 cup water and bouillon granules; cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until thickened. Arrange 2 doves over each square of Apple Dressing, and spoon gravy over top. Yield: 6 servings. Apple Dressing: : Combine all ingredients. Spoon into a lightly greased 8-inch square pan. Bake at 375 degrees F for 30 minutes. Cut into 6 squares. _The Southern Living Cookbook_ Compiled & edited by Susan Carlisle Payne. Oxmoor House, 1987 ISBN 8487-0709-5 Typos by Jeff Pruett Yield: 6 servings

Page 326

DRIED CORN SOUP

1 1or 2

small cups

chuck roast dried corn salt as you like it

Fill large pan with water. In it put washed, cup up roast. Add corn. Cook on low fire for two hours. This is commonly served with fry bread

DRIED CORN SOUP

1 7 1 5 1/8

ear cups (2'x1') oz. teaspoon

dried blue and white or other corn,; removed from the cob water strip fat back, sliced dried beef (or venison) fresh ground pepper

1. Soak the corn in 2 cups water for 48 hours. 2. Place the corn and its soaking water in a large saucepan. Add the remaining water and the fat back, and simmer, covered, for about 3 hours and 50 minutes or until the corn is tender but not soft. 3. Mix in the dried beef and pepper, and simmer, stirring, for 10 minutes more. Serve hot.

DRIED CORN SOUP

1 7 1 5 1/8

ear cups (2'x1') oz. teaspoon

dried blue and white or other corn,; removed from the cob water (ama) strip fat back, sliced dried beef fresh ground pepper (do qua yo di)

1. Soak the corn in 2 cups water for 48 hours. 2. Place the corn and its soaking water in a large saucepan. Add the remaining water and the fat back, and simmer, covered, for about 3 hours and 50 minutes or until the corn is tender but not soft. 3. Mix in the dried beef and pepper, and simmer, stir for 10 minutes more.

Page 327

DRIED CORN SOUP #2

1

x

no ingredients

Recipe by Elaya K Tsosie o 3 cups dried corn o 12 cups water o 1 1/2 lb. cubed pork (or beef) o 1 diced onion o 1 clove minced garlic o 6 crushed red chili pods o 1/2 tsp. oregano o 3 tsp. salt o 1/2 tsp. black pepper Wash dried corn thoroughly, soak overnight, drain when ready to use. Boil dried corn until tender - about 3 1/2 hr. in 6 cups water. Brown meat, add onion and garlic, saut‚ together until tender, drain off excess fat. Add pork, chili pods, oregano, salt, pepper and 6 cups water to cooked corn. Simmer for 1 hour or until the meat and corn are tender. Makes 2 quarts Note: Dried corn may be cooked in a pressure cooker for 45 minutes at about 15 lb. pressure. Yield: 1 recipe

Page 328

DUCK AND SLIDERS

3 4 3 1 1 1/2 2 1 1/2 1/2 1 1/2 1/4 1/4 1/4 1 1

lb quart pinch medium

duck pieces eggs (whipped) water salt onions ribs celery (cut on the bias)

lb cup tablespoon lb tablespoon lb

carrots (cut spoon sized) parsley salt butter (melted) pepper flour flour (see recipe) roux

Boil Duck in water with Duck base one hour or until tender. Remove Duck and let cool, separate from bone and skin. Reserve Duck after cutting to bite-sized pieces. Strain soup stock through filter. Reheat stock; add onions, carrots, and celery. While soup is simmering, prepare sliders. Add sliders to the simmering soup. Continue until all dough is used. Return soup to a boil, then return to a simmer. Make a roux with butter and flour. When sliders are tender, add roux to thicken into a thin gravy consistency. Add parsley and reserved Duck. SLIDERS: Beat 4 eggs with a pinch of salt; add flour until the consistency of a thick batter (as for cake). On a pastry board or a hard surface, crater ¾ cup flour. Add batter to center of the crater, with a pastry knife, fold flour into the batter until a ball forms. Add additional flour until smooth and there are no holes when dough is cut in half. Divide dough into 4 pieces. Roll 1 of the balls to the thickness of a quarter. Use a pizza cutter to cut dough into 1 x 2 inch rectangles. Add to soup as directed. Continue with remaining balls. SHOULD BE SERVED OVER GARLIC MASHED POTATOES. http://www.premiersmokehouse.com/ From: Hmmstudio@aol.Com (Hmmstudio) Yield: 4 servings

Page 329

DUCK CASSEROLE

3 1/2 1/2 1/4 1 1 1/2 1 1 1/2 1 1 1 1/2 1/4 1

cup cup cup cup can cup can cup can tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon pkg

boiled diced duck butter chopped onion flour (6-oz) mushrooms cream -or(10.75-oz) cream of mushroom soup duck broth (8-oz) water chestnuts; sliced thin parsley salt pepper wild rice; long grain

Cook rice as directed. Saute onion in butter; stir in flour; add mushrooms and broth, stir. Add all other ingredients; pour into casserole and bake covered, at 350 for 25 minutes. MRS MALLOYD MOORE (EDNA) MARVELL, AR From the book <High Cotton Cookin'>, Marvell Academy Mothers Assn, Marvell, AR 72366, ISBN 0-918544-14-9, downloaded from Glen's MM Recipe Archive, http://www.erols.com/hosey. Yield: 6 servings

Page 330

DUCK ELEGANTE

2 1/2 16 1 1 1 8 1 1/2 1/4 teaspoon cup cup small cup cup cup

ducks; quartered oil white onions; peeled sliced celery white wine chicken broth mushrooms cornstarch water

Brown ducks in oil in large skillet. Reserve 4 tablespoons oil. In large Dutch oven, saute onions in 2 tablespoons oil for 5 minutes. Add celery, ducks and salt. Saute 6 minutes. Add wine and broth. Simmer, covered, 1 hour or until tender. In skillet, saute mushrooms in 2 tablespoons oil for 5 minutes. Remove ducks. Combine cornstarch and water; stir into gravy in Dutch oven until thick. Add mushrooms. Serve with ducks. MRS BIGELOW ROBINSON (JUDY) LITTLE ROCK, AR From the book <High Cotton Cookin'>, Marvell Academy Mothers Assn, Marvell, AR 72366, ISBN 0-918544-14-9, downloaded from Glen's MM Recipe Archive, http://www.erols.com/hosey. Yield: 4 servings

Page 331

DUCK WITH PECANS

4 1/2 4 1 1 3 1 1 1 2 1/2 2 1 1

tablespoon cup

vegetable oil pecan halves duck breasts, skinned, boned halved

medium cup

onion -- coarsely chopped cloves garlic -- minced sliced mushrooms green bell pepper -- seeded and chopped

teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon cup tablespoon

crushed dried red chilies salt -- or to taste brown sugar chicken broth cornstarch

Heat the oil in a deep, heavy skillet. Brown the pecans very briefly. Remove and drain the pecans. Add the duck breast halves to the pan and cook for about 3 minutes, or just until the meat is barely cooked. Add the onion, garlic, mushrooms, green pepper, and crushed chilies and stir with the duck. Cook 3 to 5 minutes, stirring frequently. Mix the salt and brown sugar into the chicken broth and add to the pan. Bring to a boil slowly. Dissolve the cornstarch in 1 tbsp of cold water. Add to the pan and stir until the liquid is thickened and clear. Return the pecans to the pan. Toss well. Serve immediately. Makes 4 servings. Recipe By: Cynthia Wine's Hot and Spicy Cooking, 1984 Formatted for MasterCook by Mardi Desjardins amdesjar@mb.sympatico.ca Yield: 4 servings

Page 332

DUMPLING SOUP - MANDOO

9 2

cup tablespoons

basic beef stock light soy sauce salt to taste omelet strips to garnish toasted, crumbled nori to garnish dumplings

2 125 125 1/2 250 1 3 1 1 1/2 1/4 125

tablespoons g g cup g square spring tablespoon clove teaspoon teaspoon g

oil pork mince lean beef mince water fresh bean sprouts half a small white chinese cabbage fresh bean curd onions, finely chopped toasted, crushed sesame seeds garlic, finely chopped salt ground black pepper won ton pastry

Prepare and clear beef stock. Add soy sauce and salt, have garnishes ready. Prepare dumplings, cover with plastic wrap and have ready. Bring stock to the boil, drop in the dumplings one at a time, taking care they do not stick together. Depending on size of the pot it may be necessary to cook them in two or three batches. Simmer for 10 minutes or until dumplings come to the surface and are cooked. Serve immediately in small bowls. Dumplings: Heat oil in saucepan and fry pork and beef until color changes. Add half cup water and simmer gently until liquid evaporates. Set aside. Boil bean sprouts in lightly salted water for 3 minutes, drain and chop. Boil; cabbage for 5 minutes, drain well and chop finely. Mash the bean curd. Mix all these ingredients with the spring onions, sesame seeds, garlic, salt and pepper. Taste for seasoning. Put a teaspoon of the filling in the center of each square of won ton pastry, dampen edges with water and press together to form a triangle. Cover so they do not dry out before cooking.

Page 333

DYRESTEG (ROAST VENISON W/GOAT CHEESE SAUCE)

3 1/2 3 1 1 1/3 1 1 2 1/2 1/2

lb tablespoon cup tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon oz cup

boneless haunch of venison or reind; eer butter; softened salt & pepper beef stock butter flour red currant jelly brown norwegian goat cheese; (gjet”st), finely diced sour cream

Preheat oven to 475øF. Tie the roaast up neatly at 1/2" intervals with kitchen cord so that it will hold it's shape while cooking. With a pastry brush, spread the softened butter evenly over the meat. Place the roast on a rack in a shallow open roasting pan and sear it in the hot oven for about 20 minutes. When the surface of the meat is quite brown, reduce the heat to 375øF and sprinkle the roast generously with salt and pepper. Pour the stock into the pan and cook the roast, uncovered, for 1 1/4 hours. With a large spoon or bulb baster, baste the meat with the pan juices every half hour or so. The interior meat, when finished, should be slightly rare, or about 150øF on a meat thermometer. Remove the roast to a heated platter, cover it loosely and let rest in the turned off oven while you make the sauce. Skim and discard the fat from the pan juices. Measure the remaining liquid and either reduce to 1 cup by boiling it rapidly or add enough water to make up 1 cup. In a small, heavy saucepan, heat 1 tablespoon of butter and stir in 1 tablespoon of flour. Stirring continuously with a wooden spoon, cook this roux for 6 to 8 minutes over low heat until it is a nut brown color. Be careful not to let it burn or it will give the sauce a bitter flavor. Now, with a wire whisk, beat the pan juices into the roux. Next whisk in the jelly and cheese. Beat until they dissolve and the sauce is absolutely smooth, then stir in the sour cream. Do not allow the sauce to boil. Taste for seasoning, remove the strings from the roast and carve the meat in thin slices. Pass the sauce separately. Serves 6 to 8 Source: Time/Life Foods of the World, Recipes: The Cooking of Scandinavia (1968) Typos by .\\ichele From: Robert Miles Yield: 6 servings Date: 27 Jun 98

Page 334

EAGLES NEST CHEROKEE SPRING SOUP
By: Willie Stevenson 1 1 1 1 3/4 3 1 1 1/2 1 2 med. tbsp. med slice tsp. cups can cups cup tbsp. onion butter potato carrot salt water 6-oz. tomato paste chicken broth cut water cress raw rice firmly packed

Cook onion slowly in butter until delicately browned. Add everything but water cress. Simmer, stirring occasionally, for 45 minutes. Add water cress and boil 5 minutes longer. A piece of water cress makes a nice garnish. Goes well with roast beef

Page 335

EASTER DINNER SPRING LAMB SHANK

6 6 3 2 2 6 3 3 6 3 2 2 4 1 teaspoon lb cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon cup cup cup

14 oz. lamb shanks vegetable stock red wine salt pepper carrots, julienned celery, julienned onion, sliced cloves garlic, chopped bay leaves sprigs rosemary fresh thyme fresh dandelion greens extra virgin olive oil

Preheat oven to 300 degrees F. Season lamb shanks with salt, pepper and garlic. In a hot dutch oven, brown shanks on all sides. Remove shanks from dutch oven and set aside. Brown vegetables on all sides. When vegetables are brown, add lamb shanks, rosemary, fresh thyme and bay leaves. Add red wine to shanks, then vegetables and simmer until the wine has evaporated. Add vegetable stock, bring to a simmer and cover. Put covered dutch oven in preheated oven for 2 hours or until lamb is tender. In a pot with hot salted water, blanch dandelion greens. When tender, take dandelion greens out of hot water and shock in ice water. To Serve: In a hot sauté pan add dandelion greens and season with salt and pepper. Moisten the greens with a touch of the lamb braising juices and arrange on each plate. Drizzle some extra virgin olive oil over the top of the greens. Place a hot lamb shank and some of the braised vegetables (carrots, celery and onions) on top of the dandelion greens. Spoon some more of the braising juices over the shank and serve. Melana Edible Wild Kitchen www.ediblewild.com From: "Melana Hiatt" <melana@ediblewild Yield: 4 servings

Page 336

EASY CROCKPOT VENISON ROAST

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

small can

to med. venison roast cream of mushroom soup envelope lipton onion soup mix

large

onion -- sliced soy sauce worcestershire sauce garlic salt season all

Cut venison into serving size piece while meat is raw. Place cleaned and washed meat in crockpot, sprinkle very generously with Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, Season All and garlic salt. Add mushroom soup and onion soup mix. Stir together and place o The beauty of this recipe is that it only takes a few minutes to prepare early in the morning and can cook all day while you are away to be ready to eat which you get home. Though no water is added, there will be lots of gravy that can be served over ric From the recipe files of Carole Walberg Recipe By :

Yield: 4 servings

ELEPHANT STEW

3 1/2 10 1 1 8

lb oz pkg oz

boneless elephant or heel of bonele; ss round beefroast can of tomato soup 1/2 of-a-soup can of lambrusco wine; or sweet vermouth onion soup mix can of drained mushrooms

Cut the roast into serving size pieces to accomodate 4, perhaps 5 people. Arrange meat pieces in 2 1/2 qt. baking dish and combine remaining ingredients. Pour over beef -- or elephant as you wish -and seal in foil, or cover with a tight fitting lid. Bake at 375 degrees F. -- for 20 minutes. Reduce temperature at once to 275 degrees F. -- and let it bake undisturbed for 3 1/2 to 4 hours or till meat is fork-tender. Serve with sliced buttered carrots, baked potatoes and a tossed green salad for 4. Source: Gloria Pitzer's Mixed Blessings Recipes and Remedies 1984 Yield: 8 servings

Page 337

ELEPHANT STEW, ATTRIBUTED TO DUGLEREZ

1 2 4 1 1 1 12 1 8 50 1 cup oz quart oz small slice

to 2 young elephant feet bayonne ham onions, sliced hd garlic, peeled and separated into cloves curry paste (any) madeira bouillon port hot green peppers (perhaps thai peppers)

Soak elephant foot in water for 4 hr. Remove skin and bones. Cut into eighths. Parboil 15 min. Refresh in cold water and dry in a cloth. In the bottom of a large covered casserole, put 2 slices of Bayonne ham, followed by the elephant pieces, onions, garlic, curry spices, Madeira, and bouillon. Cover tightly and simmer for 10 hr. Skim off fat. Blanch peppers in boiling water. Add them along with the Port to the sauce. Alexandre Dumas, Dictionary of Cuisine Yield: 4 servings

Page 338

ELK BARLEY

6 1 1/3 2 4 1 2 1 1

oz cup tablespoon

pearl barley boiling elk and bones. mushrooms carrots (diced) butter stalk celery (chopped) potatoes (diced) sour cream salt & pepper

Wash the barley and cover with 1 cup of meat stock. Bring to boil and simmer until tender. Add the butter slowly. In the remaining broth, boil the vegetables and mushrooms. Then add the cooked barley, Elk and season with salt and pepper. For a garnish, add a few tablespoons of sour cream to the top. STOCK: Boil Elk and bones with 3 oz. beef base, or 1 Tbs. Salt until tender. Remove Elk from stock, strain and reserve. When cooled, remove meat from bone, discard bones. http://www.premiersmokehouse.com/ 2 qts. Meat Stock made from From: Hmmstudio@aol.Com (Hmmstudio) Yield: 4 servings

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ELK SAUSAGE CHILLI

1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1 4 1 1 1 6 6 1 1 6 1 3 1 1 4 1 6 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 1 1/2 1 1 1 2 1/2 1 1 1 1 1

lb lb large

smoked elk sausage ground beef produce: yellow onion rib celery, with some dark leaves if possible chopped tps (level) minced garlic

large large

fresh tomatoes, chopped red jalapeno pods, seeds cut out and veined chopped (green works too) ripe hot cherry pods, seeds cut out & veined, chopped ripe aji amarillo pods seeds cut out & veined chopped chipotle pods, chopped or ground tepins crushed or ground seeds & all cans, bottles & spices:

small can teaspoon can

can chopped or sliced black olives (2 hands full) (10.75 oz.) low-salt cream tomato soup (heaping) spicy mustard dark red kidney beans (if you like chilli with beans) btl colgin's smoke sauce (4 oz, don't substitute if you

can tablespoon teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon

find it) lowrey's season salt or similar type rub old hickory smoke salt (spice islands) a-1 lemon pepper dried parsley garlic powder added to garlic already in mix

tablespoon teaspoon

soy sauce dried dill chile powder to desired heat or paprika if you want the typical red-brown color but have enough heat.

(When cutting fresh peppers, save veins for additional heat if needed)

Page 340 Substitute any ripe, red chiles available as needed for the above. Variety is essential. Start in a pot with at least 1.5 gallon capacity. I generally cook the meat completely, add some extra water to cover meat and bring to a good boil. Set in a cold place to let the grease congeal at the top. (I use this time to get all the veggies ready, get out the spices, etc.) When the grease is thickened, scrape it off the top. Pre-heat oven and cookie sheet to 300 degrees. Spread the garlic, onions, and raw peppers out on a lightly buttered sheet. Leave in oven 10 minutes, then broil until the thinnest edges of veggies just start to turn brown. Stir and broil as long as you can without much more browning. Dump veggies into the pot with the meat, start cooking and add tomatoes, dried chiles and celery. As veggies and meat are cooking with a slow boil, begin adding non-salted spices. Stir occasionally. Add water as needed to maintain a stew consistency. Gradually add all ingredients except soup and beans, adding salted items a little at a time to keep the mix from getting too much salt for your taste. Add pepper powder or veins to increase heat as desired. (However the heat seems when you are finished, it will be slightly hotter the next day. I have to consider this when cooking, as my wife and kids are not CHs.) When the raw tomatoes are nearly cooked, add the soup, and bring back to a boil, stirring often. Add the beans, juice and all. Simmer 20 minutes, stirring regularly. If possible, let cool overnight and re-heat before serving. Re-skim grease if necessary before heating. Serve with grated cheddar cheese added to serving. Makes about 1.2 gallons (if beans are added). Total Calories.. I have no idea. Total Salt...... Don't ask. Total Fat....... Not much if you skim the grease, and even less if you use low fat cheese. From: Calvin Donaghey FROM: Chile-Heads Digest & Mailing List Meat: From: Dave Drum Yield: 4 servings Date: 14 May 98

Page 341

ELK STEAKS WITH GREEN PEPPERCORN SAUCE

4 2 2 1 1 1 1 1/2 1/4 1 1 2 1/4 1 teaspoon teaspoon small cup cup cup tablespoon cup centiliter tablespoon

elk steaks; 1 thick garlic; minced vegetable oil s&p green peppercorn sauce: butter vegetable oil red onion; finely diced balsamic vinegar red wine beef stock grainy mustard green peppercorns, rinsed s&p

Elk is perhaps the finest of all the venison meats. It is very fine grained and mild flavoured, almost like beef. Like all wild venison, it is very lean so it benefits from larding, barding and marinading. With that in mind, you can treat it like beef. Steaks are best grilled, cooked rare or at most medium rare. Well done meat will be tough due to the lack of fat. Trim any visible fat from the steaks. Combine the garlic and oil. Pour over steaks and marinate, refrigerated, overnight. Season the steaks with salt and freshly ground pepper. Grill or broil about five-six minutes per side, depending on the heat level of the grill. Stop while the steak is still quite rare. Set aside on a heated platter in a low oven until the sauce is ready. GREEN PEPPERCORN SAUCE: In a small saucepan, melt the butter in the oil over high heat until hot but not smoking. Add onion, and saute, stirring, until tender, about 30 sec. Add vinegar and wine, and cook, scraping bottom of pan to dissolve residue, until reduced by about half, 2 to 3 min. Add stock and mustard, and cook, stirring frequently, until reduced by about half, 4 to 6 min. Remove from heat, stir in peppercorns and correct seasoning. Drizzle sauce over steaks. Serve at once. From: Jim Weller From: Freeston <anfre@ihug.Co.Nz> Yield: 4 servings

Page 342

EMERIL'S VENISON STEW - WITH CORRECTION

3 2 1/4 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 1 1

tablespoon lb cup tablespoon cup cup cup tablespoon cup tablespoon tablespoon cup cup

olive oil venison -- stew meat flour emeril's essence onions -- chopped celery -- chopped carrots -- chopped garlic -- chopped tomato -- chopped fresh basil -- chopped fresh thyme -- chopped bay leaf red wine brown stock salt -- to taste pepper -- to taste crusty bread

1. In a bowl, toss venison with flour and Essence. (May I suggest "Bayou Blast"?) 2. In a large pot, over high heat, add olive oil. When the oil is hot, sear meat for 2 to 3 minutes, stirring occasionally. 3. Add the onions and saute for 2 minutes. 4. Add the celery and carrots. Season with salt & pepper. Saute for 2 minutes. 5. Add the garlic, tomatoes (diced, peeled and seeded), basil, thyme and bay leaves to the pan. Season with salt & pepper. 6. Deglaze the pan with the red wine. Add the brown stock. 7. Bring to a boil, cover and reduce to a simmer. Simmer for 45 minutes to an hour, or until the meat is very tender. If the liquid evaporates too much add a little more stock. 8. Serve the stew in shallow bowls with crusty bread. Recipe By : Emeril Lagasse

From: Kathy And Lloyd Lipin <lipin21220 Yield: 6 servings

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EMERIL'S VENSION STEW

3 2 1/4 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 1

tablespoon lb cup cup cup cup tablespoon cup tablespoon tablespoon cup cup

olive oil venison stew meat flour essence chopped onions chopped celery chopped carrots chopped garlic chopped tomatoes, peeled and seeded chopped fresh basil chopped fresh thyme bay leaves red wine brown stock salt and black pepper crusty bread

In a large pot, over high heat, add the olive oil. In a mixing bowl, toss the venison with flour and Essence. When the oil is hot, sear the meat for 2 to 3 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add the onions and saute for 2 minutes. Add the celery and carrots. Season with salt and pepper. Saute for 2 minutes. Add the garlic, tomatoes, basil, thyme and bay leaves to the pan. Season with salt and pepper. Deglaze the pan with the red wine. Add the brown stock. Bring the liquid up to a boil, cover and reduce to a simmer. Simmer the stew for 45 minutes to 1 hour, or until the meat is very tender. If the liquid evaporates too much add a little more stock. Remove the stew from the oven and serve in shallow bowls with crusty bread. Yield: about 6 servings SOURCE: Emeril Live! Cooking Show Copyright 1997, TV FOOD NETWORK SHOW #EMIA35 Format by Dave Drum From: Dave Drum Yield: 6 servings Date: 05 Aug 98

Page 344

EMU KABOBS

12 8 8 4 4 4 2 8 1 4 4 1 8

oz tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon medium oz large oz oz medium

emu steak cabernet sauvignon chicken stock fresh garlic; minced black pepper; fresh ground ground cumin green bell pepper fresh pineapple; cut into chunks mushrooms cherry tomatoes onion; sliced into wedges wooden skewers

First cut meat into cubes, about 1 1/2". Should yield 16-24 pieces. Combine next 5 ingredients and marinate cubes, refrigerated, in this for at least one hr or overnight. Prepare remaining ingredients to be bite sized, try to yield 16 pieces of each. After emu has marinated, start making kabobs by alternating vegetables and meat in any order you prefer. Heat a grill and cook kabobs till emu done. The meat cooks rather quickly so be sure not to let it dry out by cooking for too long. You may also cook them in the oven at 350F for appx 10 min. Reserve the marinade, you may add more wine if you like, bring to a boil and then simmer gently while kabobs are cooking. Pour over kabobs when done. M's note: I'd probably halve the spices; then I'd strain the marinade instead of heating it entire. I might also swirl in a few pats of butter into the sauce. Date: Sat, 19 Jul 97 14:54:53 +0000 Yield: 4 servings

Page 345

EMU STROGANOFF

2 2 1 1 1 3/4 1 1 1 1 1 3

lb tablespoon cup medium cup tablespoon tablespoon cup cup cup tablespoon

emu round or drum seasoned flour butter clove garlic, chopped onion, chopped beef broth parsley flakes worcestershire sauce button mushrooms sour cream plain yogurt seeded brown mustard

Slice emu 1" long, 1/2" wide. Lightly flour pieces. Saute in butter with garlic and onion until lightly browned. Add beef broth, parsley and Worcestershire sauce. Simmer on low hwat for 2 hours. Approx. 30 minutes before serving, blend sour cream, yogurt and brown mustard. Add mushrooms and yogurt mixture to meat and simmer for 20 minutes to blend flavors. Serve over rice or wide egg noodles. From: Scott Jones Yield: 1 servings Date: Sun, 06-0

Page 346

EMU WITH MANGOES AND HABANEROS

4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon cup

emu drumsticks fatty bacon to cover salt pepper onion carrot couple a chopped habs -more is bett; er celery stick bay leaves dried thyme vermouth/chicken stock can be subst; itured mangoes /fresh chopped /or 1+ tins kirsch sugar rasberry vinegar orange juice/water if using fresh m; angoes substitute ingredients as required

season Emu with salt and Pepper (both ground) Prick with fork truss together and place in pan over Chopped onion , Carrot , Celery , with thyme bay leaves and 2 TBS water ,Cover with Bacon .Roast in a 350F oven for 75 minutes +/- . When roasted pink ,remove fat from pan and keep Emu warm . Heat remaining pan Juices and vermouth till reduced to half and strain ,(fine sieve). Put Mangoes and Kirsch in pan ,add all juice if tinned if not Add 1/2 OJ 1/2 water stir until hot then add Habaneros , sugar cook till Golden add pan juices vermouth and finally Vinegar ..Simmer for 5 Minutes and serve over the Sliced EMU, With Carbohydrate of Your own Choice and something green to appease the Lists Herbivore's. Un Laconic Luke Way Up Norte I would try Corn Bread and something like Collard Greens. Duck would probably be a better choice of meat for this recipe. Or you could cook the EMU the Aussie Aboriginal bush way First get your hands on a Holden Ute (Pickup)then chase the emu and Run over it .Light a fire throw the Emu on top cook very rare and serve with a slab of Beer (24 13oz cans) preferably cold. Bon Apetit . Posted to CHILE-HEADS DIGEST by lukasz <lukasz@midcoast.com.au> on Nov 19, 1998 Yield: 1 servings

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ENGLISH WOOD PIGEON

4 1 1 6 1/4 1 1 1 1 1 cup can

skinned pigeons, split cooking oil onion soup green onions, chopped margarine (4-oz ) can mushrooms chopped parsley to taste seasoned salt to taste pepper to taste garlic salt to taste

Brown pigeons in 3/4-inch oil; remove from skillet. Place pigeons in Dutch oven with soup. Saute onions in margarine; pour into soup. Add mushrooms, parsley & seasonings. Simmer, covered, for about 35 minutes or until tender. Serve over wild rice, if desired. Serves 4. ENJOY!!! From: Sally Conner Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 1 servings Date: 30 Jul 97 National

Page 348

ERNIE`S TURTLE SOUP

20 2 10 4 5 4 2 40 10 1 2 4 6 10 20 2 2

lb cup

turtle meat, boneless flour parsley sprigs, chopped cayenne pepper, pods

cup oz oz cup teaspoon gal cup cup cup tablespoon

bell peppers, chopped worcestershire sauce shallots, bunches, chopped mushrooms, can celery, chopped wine, sherry garlic, granulated water water tomato sauce onions, large, chopped oil sweet basil

** SEE ADDITIONAL INGREDIENTS BELOW Season meat with salt and pepper and fry in oil until brown. Remove from oil and reserve. Add flour and slowly brown until golden. Saute onions, celery, bell peppers and mushrooms until tender and add to flour mixture. Return to pot the turtle; add tomato sauce, garlic and 5 pints water and cook for four hours. Add lemon, bay leaf, sweet basil and 15 quarts water and simmer for 5 hours or until soup has reduced to desired thickness. Add Worcestershire sauce, parsley, shallots and season to taste. Simmer 15 minutes longer. Turn off heat, let stand. Skim oil. Serve with egg & Sherry. ** Hard-boiled egg, 12 sliced deseeded lemons, bay leaf (12) Source: Ernie Liner, Houma Louisiana Recipe date: 12/06/87 Yield: 1 servings

Page 349

ERNIE`S TURTLE SOUP #1

20 2 10 4 5 4 2 40 10 1 2 4 6 10 20 2 2

lb cup

turtle meat, boneless flour parsley sprigs, chopped cayenne pepper, pods

cup oz oz cup teaspoon gal cup cup cup tablespoon

bell peppers, chopped worcestershire sauce shallots, bunches, chopped mushrooms, can celery, chopped wine, sherry garlic, granulated water water tomato sauce onions, large, chopped oil sweet basil

** SEE ADDITIONAL INGREDIENTS BELOW Season meat with salt and pepper and fry in oil until brown. Remove from oil and reserve. Add flour and slowly brown until golden. Saute onions, celery, bell peppers and mushrooms until tender and add to flour mixture. Return to pot the turtle; add tomato sauce, garlic and 5 pints water and cook for four hours. Add lemon, bay leaf, sweet basil and 15 quarts water and simmer for 5 hours or until soup has reduced to desired thickness. Add Worcestershire sauce, parsley, shallots and season to taste. Simmer 15 minutes longer. Turn off heat, let stand. Skim oil. Serve with egg & Sherry. ** Hard-boiled egg, 12 sliced deseeded lemons, bay leaf (12) Yield: 1 servings

Page 350

ESPAGNOLE SAUCE

5 9 1 1 2 1 1 1/2 1 1

quart oz lb cup cup cup cup

brown stock, hot brown roux bacon, diced, rendered and fat reserved chopped onions chopped carrots chopped celery tomato puree bouquet garni salt and pepper

In a stock pot, whisk the hot stock into the roux. In a large saute pan, heat the reserved bacon fat. When the fat is hot, saute the vegetables until wilted, about 5 minutes. Stir the tomato puree into the vegetables and cook for about 5 minutes. Add the tomato/vegetable mixture to the stock/roux mixture. Add the bouquet garni and continue to simmer, skimming as needed. Season with salt and pepper. Simmer the sauce for about 20 minutes. Strain the sauce through a China cap. Yield: 1 gallon SOURCE: Essence of Emeril Cooking Show Copyright 1997, TV FOOD NETWORK SHOW #EE2444 From: Dave Drum Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 1 servings Date: 25 Oct 97 National

Page 351

FALL APART MOOSE C/P

2 1 4 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 tablespoon cup pkg lb lb

onions; medium alaskan sweet carrots moose rump roast cloves garlic water onion soup mix salt pepper cornstarch beef bouillon cubes

Use a large crock pot on high temperature setting. Dice onions and carrots and put in crock pot. Add moose roast. Slice garlic in small pieces. Add water, garlic and onion soup. Salt and pepper to taste. Cover and cook for 4 hours. Drain juice from meat into saucepan. Add bouillon cubes. Bring juice to boil. Add cornstarch and stir until juice turns thick and clear. Pour gravy (juice) back into the crock pot with the moose and carrots/onions. Cook for another hour. When done, slice moose in thin slices. Place in center of serving platter, garnish with carrots and onions. Pour a small amount of gravy over moose and serve. Mashed potatoes, rice or baked potatoes are fantastic with the remaining gravy. Posted on Genie by M.GOLDSTEI15 [Mark-SoCal] on Jul 23, 1991 Yield: 6 servings

FAST DUMP CHILI

1 2 2 1 1/4 1

lb can can can cup teaspoon

ground meat; (you choose beef, elk, ve (14 1/2 oz) red kidney beans (8 oz) tomato sauce (14 1/2 oz) mexican style stewed to; matoes chili powder salt

Brown and drain meat, add other ingredients and simmer 20 minutes or more. Serve with cheese and crackers. This is a fast mild chili that the children love. My husband and I add hot sauce to ours. Of course, it is not as good as the chili you make with dried beans and simmer all day, but it works for a quick, inexpensive dinner. Posted to TNT Recipes Digest, Vol 01, Nr 918 by Karin <iluv2cook@prodigy.net> on Jan 06, 1998 Yield: 1 servings

Page 352

FELVIDEKI FINOM NULLEVES (HARE SOUP FROM NORTH HUNGARY)

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 6 1 1/4 tablespoon cup tablespoon small pinch

hare; head, neck, kidney, heart parsnips celery knob kohlrabi carrots caraway seeds salt lard onions; minced garlic cloves; crushed peppercorns, black; crushed flour, all-purpose rice; uncooked

Do not wash the hare parts overly, try to leave some blood. Put all the parts except the liver in a pot with 3 quarts water, and bring to a boil. Skim well. Peel vegetables except onion and dice. Add to pot with caraway seeds and 1 tablespoon salt. Keep heat very low and let soup simmer. Melt lard, add minced onion, crushed garlic and the hare liver, diced. Sprinkle with black pepper. Brown onion and liver fast, then dust with flour. Stir well and cook for a few minutes more. Add a ladle of broth from the soup pot. Stir well and pour into the soup pot. Put rice into the soup pot and cook till it is done. Adjust salt. Variation: add 3 tablespoons lemon juice, or whip lemon juice with sour cream at last minute. MM and upload by DonW1948@aol.com / CH Yield: 10 servings

Page 353

FELVIDEKI FINOM NULLEVES (HARE SOUP FROM NORTHERN HUNGARY

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 6 1 1/4 tablespoon cup tablespoon small pinch

hare; head, neck, kidney, heart parsnips celery knob kohlrabi carrots caraway seeds salt lard onions; minced garlic cloves; crushed peppercorns, black; crushed flour, all-purpose rice; uncooked

Do not wash the hare parts overly, try to leave some blood. Put all the parts except the liver in a pot with 3 quarts water, and bring to a boil. Skim well. Peel vegetables except onion and dice. Add to pot with caraway seeds and 1 tablespoon salt. Keep heat very low and let soup simmer. Melt lard, add minced onion, crushed garlic and the hare liver, diced. Sprinkle with black pepper. Brown onion and liver fast, then dust with flour. Stir well and cook for a few minutes more. Add a ladle of broth from the soup pot. Stir well and pour into the soup pot. Put rice into the soup pot and cook till it is done. Adjust salt. Variation: add 3 tablespoons lemon juice, or whip lemon juice with sour cream at last minute. MM and upload by DonW1948@aol.com / CH File ftp://ftp.idiscover.co.uk/pub/food/mealmaster/recipes/mmdja006.zip Yield: 10 servings

Page 354

FIDDLEHEAD FERN SOUP

4 2 1 2 2 1/2

cups tablespoons small cups cups teaspoon

fiddleheads -- fresh & cleaned unsalted butter onion -- minced chicken stock milk or cream lemon zest salt and pepper -- to taste paprika

Bring a larg pot of salted water to a boil over high heat. Add the fiddleheads, return to a boil and cook until they are almost tender and turn pale green, 5 to 8 minutes. Drain and rinse with cold water. Coarsely chop and reserve. Melt the butter in a saucepan over medium heat. Add the onion and cook, stirring occasionally, until they become translucent, about 5 minutes. Add the fiddleheads and chicken stock. Stir, increase the heat to medium-high and bring to a gentle boil. Cover and cook until the fiddleheads are thoroughly tender, about 5 minutes. Add the milk, reduce the heat to medium, and heat until nearly boiling. Do not let the soup boil or the milk will curdle. Stir in the lemon zest and season the soup to taste with salt and pepper. Divide the soup into four bowls, garnish with paprika and serve immediately. Yield: serving size :

FIDDLEHEAD FERN SOUP (MODERN)
By: 'Mignonne' <toadflax@worldnet.att.net> 4 2 1 2 2 c t. sm. c. c. fiddleheads fresh &cleaned unsalted butter onion minced chicken or vegetable stock milk or cream lime zest salt and pepper to taste nutmeg Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil over high heat. Add the fiddleheads, return to a boil and cook until they are almost tender and turn pale green, 5 to 8 minutes. Drain and rinse with cold water. Coarsely chop and reserve. Melt the butter in a saucepan over medium heat. Add the onion and cook, stirring occasionally, until they become translucent, about 5 minutes. Add the fiddleheads and chicken or vegetable stock. Stir, increase the heat to medium-high and bring to a gentle boil. Cover and cook until the fiddleheads are thoroughly tender, about 5 minutes. Add the milk, reduce the heat to medium, and heat until nearly boiling. Do not let the soup boil or the milk will curdle. Stir in the lime zest and season the soup to taste

Page 355 with salt and pepper. Divide the soup into four bowls, garnish with nutmeg and serve immediately. Yield: serving size: 4

FILLET OF ALSATIAN VENISON WITH CINNAMON

1 1/4 1 1/8 1/4 1 1 1 1 1

kg liter tablespoon liter liter

venison fillets bordeaux wine vinaigrette cream game stock or chicken juice salt and pepper cinnamon ginger shallot

teaspoon

red currant jelly

Roast the venison with high heat in a cast-iron or copper recipient. Put the venison to the side, degrease the recipient and half-cook the shallot with the 5 types of crushed peppercorns and ginger. Deglaze with the red wine, reduce and add the game stock or the chicken juice. Reduce and add the cream. Strain the sauce and add a teaspoon of red currant jelly, cinnamon and vinegar. Reheat the venison in the oven and cut into escalopes. Pour the sauce over the escalopes and serve with a choice of mushrooms, huckleberries, chestnuts, pears and Alsatian noodles. from the restaurant "ESTAMINET SCHLOEGEL" in Strasbourg Alsatian recipes from www.strasbourg.com From: Ruth Hanschka Date: 19 Sep 97 National Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 1 servings

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FLORIDEAN TURTLE SOUP SEMINOLE

2 1 4 1/2 2 2

lbs can large cup large tbsp.

turtle meat 2 qts water tomatoes* white potatoes barley onions worchestershire sauce

*(or two fresh tomatoes, great use for garden tomatoes that youhave 'put up' yourself if you have them)

(Note: orginally this called for 'turtle flippers'--meaning green sea turtles, not something anyone would want to hunt now) Parboil turtle, remove skin and cut into small pieces, then add boiling water with tomatoes, potatoes, and onions--all cut up. Add barley and cook slowly for 1 1/2. Season with worchestershire sauce before serving. I have it from Chief James Billie (from a concert of his that I attended in Tallahassee in 1997) that turtles are still very popular amongst his people....and he added (wryly) that it goes well with a (large) bottle of red wine...:-)

FRENCH HERB SOUP

3 1 1 1 2 1 6 1/2 1 1

tablespoon small small cup

butter head lettuce (shredded) bunch watercress (cut fine) sorrel (cut fine) sprigs chervil (finely chopped)

cup cup teaspoon

chicken stock cream egg yolk salt and a little pepper

Cook the herbs in the butter, for five minutes, being careful not to brown the herbs; add chicken stock, salt and pepper, and cook for one-half hour; add cream mixed with egg yolk, and stir until heated, but not boiled. Season to taste, serve without straining, with croutons. From Gardening with Herbs For Flavor and Fragrance. Helen Morgenthau Fox. Dover Publications, Inc. page 294 From: "GUY C YOUNGER" <gclinton@prodigy.net> Yield: 4 servings

Page 357

FRENCH RABBIT STEW

1 3 1 1/2 1/2 2 1/4 1/2 4 12 1 1/2 tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon cup cup slice small centiliter lb

rabbit; disjointed butter salt; optional freshly ground black pepper flour beef broth dry white wine bacon; diced white onions garlic; minced (it really needs 2 mushrooms; sliced

Clean, wash, and dry the rabbit. Melt the butter in a Dutch oven. Brown the rabbit in it. Sprinkle with the salt (optional), pepper, and flour, stirring until the flour browns. Add the broth and wine; bring to a boil, cover and cook over low heat 45 minutes to one hour or until tender. Source: The Complete Round the World Meat Cookbook by Myra Waldo. Yield: 4 servings

FRENCH RABBIT STEW (REVISED)

1 3 1 1/2 1/2 2 1/4 1/2 4 12 1 1/2 tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon cup cup slice small centiliter lb

rabbit; disjointed butter salt; optional freshly ground black pepper flour beef broth dry white wine bacon; diced white onions garlic; minced (it really needs 2 mushrooms; sliced

Clean, wash, and dry the rabbit. Melt the butter in a Dutch oven. Brown the rabbit in it. Sprinkle with the salt (optional), pepper, and flour, stirring until the flour browns. Add the broth and wine; bring to a boil, cover and cook over low heat 45 minutes to one hour or until tender. While the rabbit is cooking, brown the bacon lightly in a skillet; pour off half the fat. Add the onions; saute until golden. Add the garlic and mushrooms; saute 3 minutes. Add this mixture to the rabbit; cook 15 minutes longer or until the rabbit is tender. Note: If mixture seems dry, you can add a little more beef broth or wine to the mixture while it is cooking.

Page 358 Source: The Complete Round the World Meat Cookbook by Myra Waldo. Shared and MM by Judi M. Phelps. jphelps@slip.net or jphelps@best.com From: Judi Mae Phelps <jphelps@shell13. Yield: 4 servings

FRESH GREEN CHILE SOUP WITH TUMBLEWEED GREENS

12 2 2 2 1/2 6 1 3 6 1/4

green md very ts c ts garlic tb c

anaheim chiles red bell peppers large russet potatoes, peeled and c salt chicken stock black pepper cloves, chopped sour cream, for garnish tumbleweed greens, for garnish

Roast the chiles and peppers by the Open-Flame Method. Peel the chiles and peppers, pull off the stems, remove the seeds and veins, and set aside. In a medium saucepan, parboil the potatoes in boiling water with 1 teaspoon of the salt until tender. Puree the green chiles and then the red peppers separately in a food processor until smooth. Mix the purees together, add the potatoes and stock, and process in 2-cup batches for another minute, or until smooth. Add the remaining salt, the pepper, and garlic and process again. Press the puree through a fine sieve. Heat the puree in a saucepan. l Serve hot, garnished with sour cream and the tumbleweed greens. Yield: yield: 6 servin

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FRESH GREEN CHILE SOUP WITH TUMBLEWEED GREENS

12 2 2 2 1/2 6 1 3 6 1/4 tablespoon cup teaspoon cup teaspoon medium

green anaheim chiles red bell peppers very large russet potatoes, peeled; and cut into 1/2 cubes salt chicken stock black pepper garlic cloves, chopped sour cream, for garnish tumbleweed greens, for garnish

Roast the chiles and peppers by the Open-Flame Method. Peel the chiles and peppers, pull off the stems, remove the seeds and veins, and set aside. In a medium saucepan, parboil the potatoes in boiling water with 1 teaspoon of the salt until tender. Puree the green chiles and then the red peppers separately in a food processor until smooth. Mix the purees together, add the potatoes and stock, and process in 2-cup batches for another minute, or until smooth. Add the remaining salt, the pepper, and garlic and process again. Press the puree through a fine sieve. Heat the puree in a saucepan. l Serve hot, garnished with sour cream and the tumbleweed greens. *********************** From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank Typed for you by Hilde Mott Yield: 6 servings

Page 360

FROG LEGS
By: 'Sue' <tpsuev@yahoo.com> 2 1 3 1 3 2 1/2 saddles ( 2 pair ) teaspoon tablespoons teaspoon medium teaspoons cup frog legs salt & pepper paprika flour hot pork or bacon fat ( you could; use vegetable oil instead butter mushrooms , sliced minced parsley beef bouillon

For each serving you will need : Wash & dry the legs, then season them with salt, pepper & paprika. Roll them in the flour then saute in the hot fat ( or oil ) till golden brown. Remove fat ( or oil ) from pan & add the butter, mushrooms, and 1 teaspoon of the parsley & saute the mushrooms for a few minutes, turning them often. Pour on the bouillon and let simmer for 15 minutes. Sprinkle with the remaining parsley and serve with pan juices.

Page 361

FRYPAN CORN/BEAN FORK BREAD

1/2 3/4 1 2-6 1 2 1 2 1 4 3/4 1 1/4

cup cup large cloves egg tbs cup tsp tbsp cup tomato cup

dry beans (kidney or black) bean stock onion chopped garlic, minced beaten corn oil cornmeal baking powder chili powder grated cheese cut up very fine a few green onions cut up black olives sliced

Cook beans covered, with a bay leaf, in 2 1/2 cups water so about 3/4 cup liquid will remain when they are very tender. If you bring them to a boil, then turn off the heat and let them cool off an hour, you can then boil them without soaking all night previousy. Add salt the last 15 minutes only. Fry onion and garlic in a little corn oil, in a big skillet that can go in the oven. Leave half of it in the bottom of the skillet. Mix the cornmeal, other dry ingredients, egg, beans and bean stock with the other half of fried onions/garlic. Mix thoroughly and pour into the skillet on top of the fried onion/garlic left in it. Bake at 3500 for about 12 minutes, then sprinkle on cheese, olives, tomato and onion, bake 5 minutes longer. This is a fork-eating, not a pick-up corn bread. The corn and beans combine protein complementarity to make one serving about 20% of a day's protein requirement. However, you better make 2 skillets of this for your family if this is the main dish. Yield: serves 4-6

Page 362

GAGOONZ--LITTLE PORCUPINES

1 1 1/3 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1

lb cup small

ground venison or fatless round steak uncooked light brown wild rice onion minced very fine seeded green pepper minced very fine

teaspoon teaspoon can can

salt pepper tomatoes tomato soup

Combine meat, uncoooked rice, onion, green pepper, salt, pepper, mix thoroughly. Shape into 1&amp; firm meat balls. Bring soup and tomatoes in their liquid to a boil in frypan with tight cover, put in meat balls, reduce to very slow simmer. Simmer tightly until done with rice popping out of balls like porky quills -- about 40-45 minutes. Olga Masica, Minneapolis Yield: 1 servings

GAKONA DRY MOOSE SAUCE
By: Deidre Ganopole 1/2 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 c. c. c. c. cup can rendered beef fat tomatoes, chopped fresh or stewed onion, minced dried green onion, plumped in a sma; ll amt. of water salt & pepper water mushroom stems & pcs, 4 oz

The moose that is taken late in the season & destined to feed many Alaskan families is often a dry & lean animal. To lovers of fat beef, late-season moose isn't much of a treat. While living in Flennallen one winter, we learned from a family in Gakona how to make a sauce to eliminate some of the problem. It's good on fat moose or beef, too. In frying pan over medium heat bring fat to hot. Combine all vegetables except mushrooms in a bowl & salt & pepper to taste. Pour them into hot grease & saute for 3 mins. Add water & bring to a boil. Cook for 10 mins, stirring occasionally. Drain mushrooms, add them to sauce & heat for another 2 mins. Add extra liquid if mixture appears too dry. Serve either on or beside meat.

Page 363

GAME BIRD STEW

1 1 3 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 1 1 1 2 1/4

lb quart

to 7 pounds of game birds, cut in p; ieces water (or stock), cooled slightly f; rom boiling wild celery stalks, cut in long pie; ces wild onions, sliced

cup tablespoon dash teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon cup

fresh garden peas (or chopped day l; ily buds) peppergrass seeds {substitute groun; d pepper} cayenne pepper coltsfoot ash {substitute salt in s; ame amount} lemon juice flour cold water

This recipe is suitable for most game birds. Make sure the stew doesn't boil while the meat is in the liquid. Place game birds in a stew pot with the water. Add celery and wild onions. Stew slowly for 1 hour and remove scum from surface. Add peas, peppergrass seeds, cayenne, coltsfoot ash, and lemon juice at the end of the first hour. Continue to simmer for another hour. Do not allow to boil. Remove meat and vegetables from stock and keep warm. Bring the stock to a rapid boil. Boil for 20 minutes. Strain. Place flour in a small screw top jar. Add cold water, cover, and shake to blend thoroughly. Slowly pour this mixture into the stock while stirring. Cook over moderate heat to thicken as desired. Return solid food to thickened stock and serve over steamed rice. Yield: 6 servings. Posted by Stephen Ceideburg Feb 6 1990. Yield: 6 servings

Page 364

GAME CASSOULET

2 1 1 2 1-1/2 2 1/2 1/2

tablespoons ea cup lbs. cups cups teaspoon teaspoon

olive oil medium onion, minced cranberries or currants mixed game, cut in small pieces** red wine beef broth or homemade stock thyme sage salt and pepper to taste

** (duck, pheasant, venison, buffalo stew meat, turkey dark meat, elk or rabbit) Using a large, deep, heavy saucepan, saute the onion and berries over medium heat for a few minutes. Add the meat and brown for 8 to 10 minutes. Pour in the wine and let that liquid reduce until about half is evaporated. Now add the broth or stock, thyme and sage and let the whole mixture cook very slowly for about an hour or more, until the meat is very tender and the gravy juices have thickened. If you think the juices aren't thick enough, dust the meat with a little flour and stir it in. Put heat on low or ''keep warm.'' Serve over hot pasta, rice or mashed potatoes. This dish can be made a day ahead and reheated. If you want a little more richness, add a tad of heavy cream and some garlic powder, but it is really delicious just the way it is. If you have pork or veal in your freezer to use up, you could easily substitute it for one of the game meats. Veal is often sold in cutlet form in small amounts. If you see it for a reasonable price, buy it and save it up until you have enough to make a whole dinner, or use in a recipe like the one above.

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GAME STOCK

2 1 5 1 3 6 1 5 4 lb

carrots onion venison bones water sprigs thyme sprigs parsley celery stalk black peppercorns juniper berries; optional

Cut carrots into 3-inch lengths. Cut onion into eights. Roast carrots, onion and game bones on baking sheet at 400 degrees, shaking pan every few minutes, until bones are brown, about 15 minutes. Transfer carrots, onion and bones to large pot. Pour 1 cup water onto baking sheet and scrape with spatula to release caramelized cooking particles. Add to pot with bones and vegetables. Tie thyme, parsley and celery stalk together and add to pot with peppercorns and juniper berries. Cover with 5 quarts cold water and bring almost to boil over high heat. Just before stock boils, reduce heat and simmer 4 hours. Set aside to cool. Strain stock and discard solids. Store cooled stock covered in refrigerator up to 5 days or put in plastic freezer containers and freeze up to 3 months. Yields 4 quarts. Each cup: 22 calories; 17 mg sodium; 7 mg cholesterol; 0 fat; 2 grams carbohydrates; 2 grams protein; 0.19 gram fiber Comments: Never use game bones that have a strong gamy odor or your stock will be strong and gamy, too. Recipe Source: Los Angeles Times - 12-27-1998 Formatted for Mastercook by Lynn Thomas - Lynn_Thomas@prodigy.net Converted by MM_Buster v2.0l. Yield: 1 servings

Page 366

GARBANZO BEAN STEW

2 10 4 1 1 1/2

lb cup lb small teaspoon teaspoon

dried garbanzo beans water stew beef or venison, cut into 1-in; ch cubes onion, chopped salt white pepper

Soak the garbanzo beans overnight in twice their volume of water. The beans will absorb much of the water and swell in size. The following day, drain and rinse the beans under cold running water. Place the beans in a large pot with the 10 cups of water. Bring to a boil over high heat, reduce the heat to low, and simmer, uncovered, 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally to prevent burning. Add the meat, onions, salt, and pepper, stir well and continue cooking another 2 hours until the meat is tender and the beans are fully cooked. Serve hot with one of the many Indian breads, for example, Indian Tortillas, Adobe Bread, or Piki Bread. ***** Margaret Archuleta of Picuris Pueblo taught me the recipe for this simple and satisfying stew made with garbanzo beans. I first tasted it while celebrating New Year's Day with her family. Yield: 6 servings

Page 367

GARBANZO SOUP

1

x

no ingredients

Recipe by Elaya K Tsosie Some people think this stock is too much trouble. But you can throw all the stock ingredients together one evening, let it simmer while you do something else, then chill the strained broth until you plan to serve it. Stock should be used within two days. Stock o 2 1/2 qt. water o 5 cloves garlic o 3 fresh oregano sprigs o 2 whole cloves o 1 tbs. salt o 1 tbs. ground cumin o 1 tsp. black pepper o 3 bay leaves, broken o 1 or 2 fresh basil sprigs (may substitute 1 tsp. dried basil) o 5 chicken bouillon cubes o 1 frying chicken (3 lb.) cut up Vegetables o Juice of two limes o 1 medium zucchini, chopped o 1 yellow onion, chopped o 2 stalks celery, chopped o 1 carrot, chopped o 1 green bell pepper, seeded and chopped o 1 can (17 ounces) garbanzo beans, drained Optional garnishes: o Cooked rice o Sliced avocados o Fresh salsa To make stock: Bring the water to a boil, and then add all the stock ingredients, including the chicken. Skim the foam from the top as the soup simmers for 1 to 1 1/2 hr.. Remove the chicken, debone it and shred the meat when cool. Strain the stock and chill. This hardens the fat for easy removal. To make soup: Remove fat from stock. Reheat and add the juice of two limes. Add all the vegetables except the beans and cook just until tender-crisp, about 20 minutes. Add the shredded chicken and garbanzo beans. Heat until chicken and beans are hot throughout.

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To serve the soup, ladle into large soup bowls. Garnish with sliced avocados and fresh salsa. This soup can be made more substantial by adding a half-cup of rice in each bowl before pouring in the soup. Yield: 1 recipe

GARBANZO STEW

2 10 4 1 1 1/2

lb cup lb small teaspoon teaspoon

dried garbanzo beans water stew beef or venison, cut into 1-in; ch cubes onion, chopped salt white pepper

Soak the garbanzo beans overnight in twice their volume of water. The beans will absorb much of the water and swell in size. The following day, drain and rinse the beans under cold running water. Place the beans in a large pot with the 10 cups of water. Bring to a boil over high heat, reduce the heat to low, and simmer, uncovered, 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally to prevent burning. Add the meat, onions, salt, and pepper, stir well and continue cooking another 2 hours until the meat is tender and the beans are fully cooked. Serve hot with one of the many Indian breads, for example, Indian Tortillas, Adobe Bread, or Piki Bread. ***** Margaret Archuleta of Picuris Pueblo taught me the recipe for this simple and satisfying stew made with garbanzo beans. I first tasted it while celebrating New Year's Day with her family. From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank From: Hilde Mott From: Neysa Dormish Yield: 6 servings Date: 10-29-94 Date: 09-22-95 Cooking

Page 369

GARLIC SOUP (VEGAN)

3 3 1/2 1/4 4 4 4 3 1/4 1 1/4 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 4

quart cup cup large large cup teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon tablespoon cup teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

water fresh garlic bulbs; peel pearl barley long grain wild rice onions; chopped russet potatoes; peeled/chun carrots; peeled & sliced celery; sliced tamari soy sauce thyme ground rosemary spike vegit vegtable broth powder sliced fresh mushrooms simply organic seasoning dried parsley flakes dried dill weed salt salt russet potatoes; in small ch

This recipe is called garlic soup because it has so much garlic in it but it is actually a very hearty soup with a very sweet garlic flavor. It is well worth the time it takes to peel the garlic but you must use fresh garlic do not replace with dried minced. Place 2 cups of the water in a large stock pot. Add the whole garlic cloves and cook over medium heat for 15 min. Remove the garlic cloves and mash them thoroughly before processing. Blend in a food processor. Add the remaining 2 1/2 qts water the barley and the wild rice. Bring to a boil cover and simmer for 15 min. Add the remaining ingredients bring to a boil turn down to simmer and cook until tender about 30-45 min. This soup tastes best if made a day or two in advance to give the flavors a chance to blend. Nutrition (per serving): 274 calories Total Fat 1 g (3% of calories) : D/L from Prodigy 12-14-94. Recipe collection of Sue Smith. 1.80á Yield: 8 servings

Page 370

GARY'S ALLIGATOR SAUSAGE AND CRAWFISH CASSEROLE

1 1 1 1 2 10 1 1 1 1 1 10 2 1 1 1/4

lb lb lb cup oz can can bunch lb ml tablespoon tablespoon lb

alligator sausage; crumbled, browned, drained crawfish tails smoked sausage, sliced long-grain rice can ro-tel tomatoes/w chiles onion soup beef consomme green onions, chopped mushrooms, sliced garlic, minced bay leaves creole seasoning black pepper butter or margarine

Mix alligator sausage with remaining ingredients. Place in a covered casserole or pan and cook in preheated 350F oven for 1 hour. After 30 minutes, stir well and continue cooking for the remaining time. Let cool, uncovered, for a few minutes and serve. Can serve 10-20. From: "Stewburner" <stewburner@sailorradate: Wed, 23 Oct 2002 23:15:05 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

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GARY'S CRAWFISH PIES

24 1 1/4 4 1/2 1 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1/2 2 3/4 15 can lb cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup oz large large cup

mini pie shells (uncooked) onion, diced green onion, chopped cloves garlic, minced bell pepper, diced rib celery, diced cream of celery soup crawfish tails, quartered bread crumbs, fresh salt cayenne pepper or to taste black pepper sp parsley milk can tomato sauce

Saute vegetables in small amount of oil til soft. Add all remaining ingredients and simmer 15-20 minutes. Fill pie shells on cookie sheet and bake @ 350 for 40 minutes. Note: Make however many pies as you want to eat now and freeze remaining filling to be used later. From: "Stewburner" <stewburner@sailorradate: Sat, 19 Oct 2002 05:01:47 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

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GARY'S SWEET-BRAISED SPICED VENISON

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/2 3 1 1 1/4 2 6 4 4 2 1 1 tablespoon pint pint tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon oz tablespoon

boned shoulder joint of venison, weighing 2 lb approx butter olive oil salt black peppercorns, coarsely crushed stout malt vinegar brown sugar or 1 tb redcurrant jelly chicken or beef stock onions, chopped allspice berries cloves bay leaves double cream knob of beurre manie, if needed

Trim the venison. Heat the butter and oil in a flameproof casserole and brown the joint on both sides. Season with 1/2 ts of salt and the crushed peppercorns. Add the stout, vinegar, sugar or redcurrant jelly, stock, chopped onions, allspice, cloves and bay leaves. Bring to the boil, then leave to simmer, covered, for 1-1 1/2 hours or until the meat is tender. Remove the venison from the casserole and keep it hot. Discard the bay leaves. Add the cream to the juices, which should be much reduced. Thicken the sauce lightly with the beurre manie if it seems to thin. Carve the shoulder into slices. Serve the sauce separately. NOTE: Use moose instead of venison, and serve it with blackcurrant jelly instead of redcurrant jelly. From: "Stewburner" <stewburner@sailorradate: Sat, 16 Nov 2002 09:06:13 ~0500 Yield: 4 servings

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GARY'S VENISON GOULASH

2 1 1/2 3 3 1 1 2 1 1/2 1 1 1 1

lb tablespoon tablespoon large

venison (any cut) cut into inch cubes flour bacon fat onion, sliced or chopped fine cloves garlic, chopped

tablespoon cup quart small cup

hungarian paprika red wine boiling water or stock salt to taste can tomato paste sour cream (optional)

Roll the meat in the flour, pressing the flour into the cubes. Melt the fat in a skillet, add the onion and garlic and cook until browned. Add the meat and brown well. Add all the remaining ingredients except the sour cream. Stir well, cover and simmer gently until the meat is tender, two to three hours, adding more stock, water or wine if necessary. Just before serving, stir in the sour cream. Serve with red cabbage cooked with apples, buttered noodles, or boiled new potatoes covered with sour cream. From: "Stewburner" <stewburner@sailorradate: Mon, 18 Nov 2002 13:44:30 ~0500 Yield: 4 servings

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GARY'S VENISON STEW

3 1 1 3 2 1/4 6 1 2 2 1 1/2 1/4 1 2 2 2

lb

venison, cut into 1 inch cubes flour (for dredging)

tablespoon cup cup teaspoon

oil or bacon grease dry red wine vinegar or lemon juice peppercorns, crushed salt bay leaves whole cloves to 3 cloves garlic, crushed

teaspoon teaspoon cup large tablespoon

thyme tarragon beef broth carrots, sliced onions, sliced flour

Dredge venison in flour. Fry in oil or grease until lightly browned. Combine wine, vinegar, peppercorns, salt, bay leaves, garlic, thyme, tarragon, and broth; use a bit of this mixture to deglaze the pan you browned the meat in, then add to venison in a stew pot. Add carrots and onions. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 hours, or until meat is fork tender. Serves 6. From: "Stewburner" <stewburner@sailorradate: Fri, 4 Oct 2002 21:38:40 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

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GEFULLTER REHRUCKEN GOLDENER HIRSCH

3 1 1 1 1 6 2/3 1/2 1/4 1 1 1 1 1 1/3 1 2 1/2 1 1 1 1

lb

venison from the rump cut into 2 inch cubes peeled truffles filling: reserved venison trimmings

slice cup cup cup

lean bacon, finely ground ground lean pork ground veal minced goose or chicken livers salt and pepper allspice marjoram thyme to taste madeira

cup

shelled pistachio nuts aspic: envelopes gelatin

cup cup

madeira bouillon salt chestnuts cumberland sauce

With a sharp knife remove the two loins from a well aged saddle of venison, reserving the carcass, and draw off the thin covering of membrane from the meat. Trim the ends of the loins, reserving the trimmings, and slit each loin almost through lengthwise. Spread open the meat and pound it lightly until it is evenly thick throughout. Cover the meat with thin slices of peeled truffles. Grind finely the reserved venison trimmings. Combine them in a bowl with 6 slices of lean bacon, finely ground, 2/3 cup ground lean pork, 1/2 cup ground veal, and 1/4 cup minced goose or chicken livers. Season the mixture with salt, pepper, allspice, marjoram, and thyme to taste and add enough Madeira so that the filling can be piped through a broad pastry tube. Pipe the filling over the truffle slices and press 1/3 cup shelled pistachio nuts into it. Roll up the two pieces of venison carefully and wrap them securely in foil. Put them in a roasting pan with the reserved carcass and roast them, uncovered, in a very hot oven (450-F) for 10 to 12 minutes. Remove the pan from the oven, let the venison cool, and chill it. Trim each loin to the exact length of the venison rack, replace them in the carcass, and reshape the saddle. Arrange it on a platter and chill it. Sprinkle 2 envelopes gelatin over 1/2 cup Madeira and let it soften for about 10 minutes. Bring 1 cup bouillon to a boil, add it to the gelatin mixture, and stir it until the gelatin is dissolved. Taste the aspic and add salt and a little more Madeira, if needed. Let the aspic cool until it begins to thicken slightly and brush it liberally over the chilled venison. Chill the meat until the aspic is firm. Keep the remaining aspic at room temperature, brushing it on the venison about every 12 minutes, and chill the venison after each application until

Page 376 it is nicely glazed. If the aspic becomes too thick to brush, stand the container in a bowl of hot water. Garnish the venison with chestnuts and serve it with Cumberland sauce. Yield: 6 servings

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GEFULLTER REHRUCKEN GOLDENER HIRSCH (STUFFED VENISON)

2 1 1 6 2/3 1/2 1/4 1 1 1 1 1 1/3 2 1/2 1 1 1 1 1 cup cup cup slice cup cup cup

loins from a well aged saddle of ve; nison thin slices of peeled truffles reserved venison trimmings lean bacon, finely ground ground lean pork ground veal minced goose or chicken livers salt, pepper allspice marjoram thyme madeira shelled pistachio nuts envelopes gelatin madeira bouillon salt more madeira chestnuts cumberland sauce

With a sharp knife remove the two loins from a well aged saddle of venison, reserving the carcass, and draw off the thin covering of membrane from the meat. Trim the ends of the loins, reserving the trimmings, and slit each loin almost through lengthwise. Spread open the meat and pound it lightly until it is evenly thick throughout. Cover the meat with thin slices of peeled truffles. Grind finely the reserved venison trimmings. Combine them in a bowl with 6 slices of lean bacon, finely ground, 2/3 cup ground lean pork, 1/2 cup ground veal, and 1/4 cup minced goose or chicken livers. Season the mixture with salt, pepper, allspice, marjoram, and thyme to taste and add enough Madeira so that the filling can be piped through a broad pastry tube. Pipe the filling over the truffle slices and press 1/3 cup shelled pistachio nuts into it. Roll up the two pieces of venison carefully and wrap them securely in foil. Put them in a roasting pan with the reserved carcass and roast them, uncovered, in a very hot oven (450-F) for 10 to 12 minutes. Remove the pan from the oven, let the venison cool, and chill it. Trim each loin to the exact length of the venison rack, replace them in the carcass, and reshape the saddle. Arrange it on a platter and chill it. Sprinkle 2 envelopes gelatin over 1/2 cup Madeira and let it soften for about 10 minutes. Bring 1 cup bouillon to a boil, add it to the gelatin mixture, and stir it until the gelatin is dissolved. Taste the aspic and add salt and a little more Madeira, if needed. Let the aspic cool until it begins to thicken slightly and brush it liberally over the chilled venison. Chill the meat until the aspic is firm. Keep the remaining aspic at room temperature, brushing it on the venison about every 12 minutes, and chill the venison after each application until it is nicely glazed. If the aspic becomes too thick to brush, stand the container in a bowl of hot water. Garnish the venison with chestnuts and serve it with Cumberland sauce.

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Source: Gourmet Magazine, December 1969 Yield: 6 servings

GENUINE TEXAS RED CHILI (RIO LLANO VARIETY)

1 1/3 85 29 2/3 14 3/4 3 1 14 3/4 6

kg gm ml ml medium ml

lean beef or venison, coarse pearl or lone star beer * tomato paste ground cumin seeds ground. oregano leaves cloves garlic, crushed med. onion, finely chopped salt long red chili pods

170 1/8 gm

In a large stew pot, put meat, beer, and 2 cups water. Simmer meat until light grey in color, and add tomato paste. Stir and simmer for a few minutes, then add spices (which have been ground in perfectly dry blender at high speed), garlic, onion and salt. Stir thoroughly and remove from heat. Remove stems and seeds from chili pods and boil in covered saucepan with 3 cups water for 15 minutes. Remove peppers and water to blender and blend into thick sauce. Add sauce to meat and simmer 2 hours. Serves 4 to 6. If chili needs thickening, up to 15 Ml of Masa Harina (corn flour) may be added. This adds a unique Mexican flavor. If chili is too thick, additional water may be added, but add slowly and cautiously. For low calorie or greaseless chile, use very lean meat and never add suet. If additional "caliente" is needed, while chili is simmering, add ground cayenne pepper or Tabasco sauce. * Pearl & Lone Star are Texas beers -- a bottle of Foster's would probably work just as well (I'm assuming you're calling from Oz). A word about chili peppers -- chili peppers, the real secret to good chili, can be found in many varieties, all rich in vitamins A and C. Long Red Anaheims are mildly hot, and the many Mexican varieties or Anchos, are usually deeper in color and more pungent. Chili Pisado is a very mild pepper usually found in dried form which provides almost no heat, but is rich in flavor and color. They may be used in combination with the small red very pungent Jap Chilies. A combination of mild and hot peppers may be necessary to get the desired red color and hotness. Fresh or dried pods may be used, as well as ground chili peppers or chili powder (not to be confused with commercial chili powders, many of which are blends containing additional spices; check ingredients on label). Use chili powder only when nothing else is available since

Page 379 the powdering process seems to leave a slight bitter taste. Yield: 6 servings

GILA STEW

1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1

large cup cup lb quart

gila monster butter truffles brie chablis

Do NOT skin him/her, or s/he will become angry Place Gila Monster into a very heavy iron pot. Very quickly add the butter, truffles, Brie, and Chablis. Place a close-fitting lid on the pot. cook over mesquite charcoal for one hour. Carefully lift the lid. The Gila Monster may look done, but don't believe him. He has drunk the Chablis and is sublimely happy as the heated pot ALMOST equals the heat of his natural habitat: The Arizona Desert. On second thought, set the Gila Monster free and treat yourself to the Brie and Chablis! Yield: 1 servings

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GOAT STEW/CHANFANA DA BAIRRADA [TTOP]

1 90 3 30 1 3 1/2 1 1 2 450 1/4 1

kg gm tablespoon gm teaspoon

goat or lamb, boned and cut into bi; ggish pieces.] bacon, fatty and cut into small cub; es.] olive oil. lard. paprika. parsley sprigs. coffeespoon of pepper.

large large ml

onion, chopped.] bay leaf. garlic cloves, chopped.] red wine, from bairrada area if pos; sible.] coffeespoon nutmeg. salt.

Put all the seasonings in the casserole, mix, taste for salt and add the meat. Now pour in some of the wine, so the meat is almost covered. Put the lid on the casserole and bring to the oven, which must be very hot [232^C/450^F]. Bake for an hour at that temperature, then check the amount of liquid in the casserole. Add the remaining wine now, keep the oven at the above temperature for 30 minutes longer, then reduce to 180^C/350^F until the end of cooking [another 1 to 1 1/2 hours]. Remove from the oven, test for salt and liquid [it should bw swimming in gravy] and keep for a day or so, until needed. Then place it in the oven again until really hot. Serve accompanied by boiled potatoes. This festive stew used to be prepared in the baker's oven and still is, when possible. There is no reason, however, why one could not prepare it at home. The proper container is a large black earthen ware casserole from the same region, but you could use any roomy, fireproof dish with a lid. Weddings and christening feasts are whole-day affairs in the country, with food and wine brought to the large tables at regular intervals. This stew is but one of the succulent celebration dishes of the Bairrada region, which rates among the richest and most inventive in the culinary field. Goat meat is the classic choice, but lamb can also be used. Quantities here are given for 4 people, but these could be doubled or trebles, as needed. This stew is normally prepared a day or so in advance, and then reheated. from THE TASTE OF PORTUGAL by EDITE VIEIRA typed by KEVIN JCJD SYMONS From: Kevin Jcjd Symons Yield: 4 servings Date: 12 Jan 98

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GOOSE GUMBO

----STOCK---2 2 1 2 4 3/4 3/4 1 3/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 3 1 1 1/2 1 2 1 1 14 1 1 lb tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon cup cup cup cup cup tablespoon quart tablespoon medium geese; cut up salt onion celery stalks garlic cloves ----ROUX---bacon grease or lard or cooking oil flour ----TO ROUX, ADD---chopped onions - (about 1 medium on; ion) chopped bell pepper - (about 2 bell; peppers) chopped celery stalks - (about 4 ce; lery stalks) minced garlic ----THEN ADD---hot goose stock; strained roux salt each red and black pepper tabasco chopped parsley ----ADD---reserved cut-up goose meat sausage - cut into small rounds to 24 md. oysters; shucked ----SERVE OVER---rice ----GARNISH---chopped green onions

To make the stock, cut up geese and place them in a very large pot; cover with water. Add 2 tb. salt, 1 medium onion, 2 celery stalks and 4 garlic cloves. Bring to a boil; simmer 1 hour and 20 minutes. Remove geese; let cool. Debone meat, cutting meat into bite-size pieces. Return bones and skin to pot and simmer 30 minutes. Strain stock, reserving 3 quarts. To make roux, use a cast iron skillet and add bacon grease. Sift in small portions of the flour until you've added the whole amount. Do this at medium heat, stirring constantly (constant stirring is _very important_, you will ruin the roux if you don't do this!), until the mixture is the color of a dark penny. This will take 15 to 45 minutes. To the roux, add 1 3/4 c. chopped onions, 1 1/4 c. each chopped bell pepper and celery, and 1 tb. minced garlic. Saute vegetables in roux until tender. To very large pot, add hot stock and roux. Bring to a boil and then add 1 tb. salt, 1/2 tb. each red and black pepper, 1 tb. Tabasco and 2 tb. chopped parsley. Simmer one hour. Add cut up goose and sausage. Simmer 45 minutes. Add shucked oysters; simmer 10 minutes.

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Serve over rice and garnish with chopped green onions. My note: This is excellent and it freezes well. From Roy Lehmann/Port Lavaca, TX. Summer 1994. Typed for you by Cathy Harned. Yield: 1 batch

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GOURMET CHILE VERDE 9/16/89

1 1 1/4 1 1 1 1/4 1 1 1 1/2 1/2 21 1 1 1 1 2 1/4 1 1/2 1 3 1 7 1 1 1 7 1 4 1 oz oz oz large teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon large teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon oz oz large tablespoon lb lb

step one boneless shoulder of wild boar; cut in 1 inch cubes boneless loin of wild boar cut in 1 inch cubes olive oil step two salt ground black pepper chicken broth; two 10 1/2 cans tomato, peeled, seeded and chopped oregano flakes ground cumin ground allspice onion; chopped garlic powder-lawry's coarse gr. w/parsley; or fresh cloves minced canned diced green chiles step three cornstarch chicken broth canned whole green chiles, rinsed; and sliced oyster mushrooms; rinsed and sliced

In small batches saute the meat in the olive oil until all the liquid is gone and the meat is lightly browned. Pour off any excess grease. Add the salt, pepper, chicken broth, {reserve some to mix with the cornstarch later} tomato, oregano, cumin, allspice, onion, garlic and diced green chiles. Mix well and cook over low heat until the meat is tender. About 1 hour. If necessary add more chicken broth or water. Mix the corn starch with the reserved chicken broth and thicken the gravy to the consistency of a light smooth gravy. Add the sliced green chiles and oyster mushrooms, mix well but gently and cook just long enough to heat them through. Correct the seasonings if needed and serve at once. Recipe by: LeRoy Trnavsky From: Steve <snearman@erols.Com> ~0400 Yield: 8 servings Date: Tue, 8 Sep 1998 14:09:34

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GRAM SELMA

4 2 1 4 1/2 1/2

tbsp. medium red cups cup cup

corn oil or butter 1 large yellow o; nions, chopped yellow squash, cubed bell pepper, roasted, seeded and ch; opped whole kernel yellow sweet corn parsley, chopped fine salt and pepp; er to taste water or stock, if needed

(my understanding is that buffalo suet was orginally used) This is stated by the Pawnee people as being one of their oldest dishes, despite that it has modern touches; the yellow squash is the one ingredient that they insist on, occasionally chopped nuts are added if not being served with above recipe. I and my mother both really like it as a side dish to any traditional foods of the woodlands.

Warm oil or butter in a large frying pan over medium heat. Quickly saute' the onion for 3 to 5 minutes, until translucent. Add the squash and chopped pepper, stirring to blend well and cook for an additional 5 minutes. Stir often to keep mixture from sticking. Add the corn, the remaining seasoning and all or some of the liquid if the mixture is sticking--add more liquid as needed. Stir well, cover, and cook for 10 to 15 minutes, stirring once or twice. Serve hot.

GRANDPA GARY'S VENISON CHILI

2 1 2 1 1 3 1 2

lb large single cup single oz

venison, ground onion, diced 16oz cans kidney beans dash of tabasco sauce celery, diced 16oz cans stewed tomatoes dash of sugar chili powder

Combine the onion, 16 ounce kidney beans, Tabasco sauce, celery, stewed tomatoes and sugar in a large kettle; stir. Simmer for 1 hour. Brown venison and drain. Add the sauce and cook at a low heat for 1 hour. Add the remaining kidney beans and chili powder and cook at low heat for 1 hour. Source: http://www.SailorRandR.com/recipes/ From: "Stewburner" <stewburner@sailorradate: Wed, 25 Dec 2002 13:43:21 ~0500 Yield: 6 servings

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GRANNY'S RABBIT STEW

1 1 2 1 3/4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1 1 1 1/2 1/4 teaspoon cup teaspoon teaspoon pint tablespoon teaspoon cup teaspoon tablespoon

rabbit onion; chopped carrots; sliced water spiced vinegar flour extra water (cold) salt and pepper to taste ----SPICED VINEGAR---vinegar molasses golden syrup pinch salt pepper onion; grated for juice clove garlic; crushed for _ juice zest of lemon water ground ginger

Clean rabbit (skin, gut and wash) then cut into joints. Cover with water and keep cold overnight. Drain and cut into smaller pieces. Put rabbit pieces in a stewpan with 1 3/4 cups of water and chopped onion. Bring to boil, reduce heat, cover, simmer for 1 1/2 hours. Add the sliced carrots, simmer further 30 minutes or until meat is tender. Blend flour with a little extra cold water, add to stew with spice viengar, stir until thickened. Add salt and pepper to taste. Spiced vinegar ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Blend all ingredients together, and store in a cool place. From " A Taste of the Past - Some Pioneer Cooks of Happy Valley and the Southern Hills" - South Australia Typed by Vicki Crawford - Australia From: Vicki Crawford Date: 04 Mar 97 National Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 4 servings

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GREEN CHILE PORK

3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

pounds tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon cup (4 (16 cloves

boneless pork, cubed vegetable oil onion, chopped ground cumin oregano chicken broth ounce) can diced green chiles ounce) can mexican-style stewed tom; atoes garlic, minced salt and pepper to taste

Serve as a filling for burritos, tacos, or nachos; add canned beans or hominy to make a stew; or just serve over rice. Brown pork cubes in oil until beginning to brown. Add onions and cook until onions are softened. Drain. Place pork and onions in a crockpot, add remaining ingredients and cook on LOW until pork is tender, about 8 hours. With a large spoon, stir the mixture, breaking the pork into large shreds by pressing the meat cubes against the side of the crockpot. This freezes well.

GREEN CHILE STEW
By: Allrecipes.com 2/23/2006 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 3 2 cups pound small clove (4 (14.5 (8 (15 ground beef onion, chopped garlic, chopped ounce) can green chiles ounce) cans whole tomatoes, chopped ounce) cans tomato sauce ounce) can whole kernel corn potatoes, peeled and cut to chunks water ground cayenne pepper to taste salt and pepper to taste Cook Time: 30 Minutes Ready In: 45 Minutes 'Corn adds a sweet crunch to this hearty beef and vegetable soup. Canned veggies make it a breeze to throw together.' 1. Place the ground beef, onion, and garlic in a deep skillet or saucepan over medium heat. Cook and stir until beef is evenly browned and onion is tender. Drain grease. Mix in green chiles. Stir in the tomatoes, tomato sauce, corn, and potatoes. Pour in water. Bring to a boil, reduce heat to low, and simmer 15 minutes, or until potatoes are tender. Season with cayenne pepper, salt, and pepper. Yield: 8 servings

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Preparation Time (hh:mm): 15 Mi

GREEN CHILI STEW (CONTEMPORARY)

1 1/2 2 1 4 4 1/2 1 1/2 4 1 2 1

lb. t. lg. c. to c. c. tsp. cloves sm.

lean meat, cut in cubes vegetable oil red onion, chopped water potatoes, quartered 1 c. green chilies, seeded, cut up cilantro water zucchini, cut in chunks oregano garlic, minced potato, greated salt and pepper sour cream (optional)

Green chili Stew is an old New Mexican staple which can be prepared with lamb, beef, or pork. The Navajo Indians use lamb, but a combination of beef and pork is good too. It's a fine dish to prepare a day in advance because it tastes even better the second day. In a large saucepan brown the meat in oil. Add onion and continue cooking until onion is soft. Deglaze pan with 2 cups water. Add remaining water and simmer covered for 30 minutes. Add the quartered potatoes and continue cooking until the meat and potatoes are tender. In a blender or food porcessor puree the chilies, cilantro and 1/2 cup water. Add to the meat along with zucchini, oregano, garlic, grated potato, salt and pepper. Cook 15 minutes. Serve in large bowls. If desired, top with sour cream.

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GREEN-CHILE STEW
By: Gail Lindale, Texas 6 1 3 1 1 1 medium to tsp tsp lb 8 fresh long green chiles, roast; ed, peeled, seeds removed onion, chopped fine 5 cloves of garlic, minced oregano cumin lean pork, cut into 1' cubes juice of 1/2 lime up to 1-1/2 cups chicken stock salt black pepper hot green chiles to taste (see note; 2) 1 tblsp olive oil

Heat Dutch oven or medium saucepan over high. Saute onion, garlic, oregano and cumin until onion is clear. Add green chiles, saute and stir. Add pork cubes and stir to seize all sides of the pork; add lime juice and mix. Now add chicken stock, stopping when most of the pork cubes are covered with liquid. Stir well, reduce the heat to a simmer, cover and set the timer for 30 minutes. Check occasionally to make sure the stuff isn't scorching on the bottom. When the timer goes off, check the consistency and either add more stock if it's gotten thicker/drier than you like it, or raise the heat and cook uncovered to thicken if it's too runny. Add salt and black pepper now. Serve with fresh corn tortillas, a pepper-garlic-onion garnish I'll describe shortly, and lots of cold beer, horchata, or jamaica. You can also serve this with sour cream, which is nice. Garnish: -------I've taken to chopping up fresh chiles to make my own food hotter, since the kids max out at Anaheim chiles. My base mild mix is to cut up an ancho or poblano chile (the dark green glossy ones, triangular and medium-pungent) into 1/4' dice, as well as about a quarter of an onion and a clove of garlic. Add a little olive oil and some dried oregano, stir well and salt to taste. Sprinkle this on the chile verde, roll it up in your tortillas, use it in omelettes or even on Texas-style chili. Notes: -----1. Long green chiles: if you can't find them fresh, you can use canned but the taste will be slightly different; the canned variety add lots of citric acid as a preservative. You might want to cut down on the lime in that event. I used fresh Anaheim chiles from my garden last year, and will do so again this year as the Anaheim is producing earliest (four chiles!) but I'm anxious for my New Mexico varieties to get going. The original poster is in the center of the universe for this stuff, though, and frankly you'd probably get better recipes asking your co-workers, fellow students, or the janitorial staff there than the net;

Page 389 if you do, please post it! :-) 2. Hot chiles: The Anaheims are pretty mild. Some people like to add jalapenos to this, but I preferred the serranos when we had the pepper garden last year. I liked six Anaheims and six serranos when it was just for me and Kim, but the girls wouldn't touch it, which is why I started making the garnish. You can also garnish with chopped fresh cilantro or epazote if you can find it; we're growing that and I love it so far, it's like a cross between cilantro and sorrel in flavor.

GRILLED DUCK BREASTS

4 2 1 1/2 1 1/2 3 6 1

large tablespoon cup cup tablespoon tablespoon

wild or domestic duck breasts, deb; oned vegetable oil salt, freshly ground black pepper,; and cayenne to taste fresh orange juice chicken stock balsamic vinegar butter zest from one small orange

The grilled duck breasts were inspired by a couple of Rock's hunting buddies who are always bragging about grilling deboned duck breasts at their camp. Rock found a similar recipe in one of my wild game books that suggested the addition of an orange sauce to serve with the breasts. Again, wild duck breasts are preferred, but domestic duck (inquire at your supermarket for farm-raised moulard duck breasts or other top quality duck) can be used as well. My duck-hunter friends like to grill wild duck to rare to medium-rare (the taste is marvelous), but you can cook them a little longer if you can't stand the sight of blood. Prepare the grill. Rinse the duck breasts in cool water and pat dry. Rub the breasts with the oil, then season with salt, black pepper and cayenne. Set aside. Combine the orange juice and stock in a saucepan over medium-high heat. Simmer, uncovered, for 15 to 20 minutes, or until it reduces by half. Add the vinegar and cook for three minutes. Add the butter, a tablespoon at a time, whisking constantly. Season with salt, black pepper and cayenne. Add the orange zest. Remove from the heat, cover and keep warm. When the charcoal is gray and hot, lay the breasts on the grill. Grill for about seven minutes (time will vary depending on the size and thickness of the breasts as well as the type of breasts you are using), then turn and grill for seven to eight minutes for rare to medium-rare. Cook longer if desired. Transfer the breasts to a cutting board and slice thinly on the bias. To serve, put the breasts on dinner plates and spoon the sauce over

Page 390 them. Makes four servings. MM format by Manny Rothstein, 10/31/98. MARCELLE BIENVENU IS A CONTRIBUTING WRITER TO THE TIMES-PICAYUNE. ARTICLE ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED OCTOBER 22, 1998. From: Manny Rothstein Yield: 4 servings Date: 31 Oct 98

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GRILLED VENISON (OR BISON) TENDERLOIN
By: Charlie Trotter sauce 2 2 1/2 1/2 1 1 1/2 2 1 1/2 3 1/2 1 2 1/4 3 2 3 3 1 cups large cup (or more) cup (or more) -pound tablespoons cups cups teaspoon tablespoon cups cup tablespoons medium-size tablespoons tablespoons tablespoon whole milk heads of garlic, top 1/3 trimmed to; expose cloves oil low-salt chicken broth meat piece venison or bison tenderloin oil ramps, tomatoes and quinoa quinoa water salt butter finely chopped ramps (leeks or a co; mbination of half onion half garlic may be subst; ituted) low-salt chicken broth olive oil yellow tomatoes, seeded, chopped chopped green onions chopped fresh basil fresh lemon juice

with Roasted Garlic Sauce On A Bed of Ramps, Tomatoes & Quinoa Preheat oven to 350°F. Combine milk and garlic in small saucepan. Simmer, uncovered, over medium heat 10 minutes. Drain; discard milk. Place garlic heads, cut side up, in small ovenproof dish. Pour 1/2 cup oil over. Cover dish tightly with foil. Bake until garlic is soft, about 55 minutes. Remove garlic from oil; cool. Pour oil from dish into measuring cup; add more oil if necessary to measure 1/2 cup total. Squeeze out garlic from peel into blender. Add 1/2 cup broth and garlic oil; puree until smooth, thinning with more broth if desired. Season with salt and pepper. (Can be made 1 day ahead. Cover; chill. Reheat over medium-low heat and thin with more broth, if desired, before serving.) Prepare barbecue (medium heat). Rub meat all over with oil. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Grill meat to desired doneness, turning often, about 22 minutes for medium-rare. Remove from grill and let stand 5 minutes. Cut meat crosswise into 1/3-inch-thick slices. Place quinoa in strainer. Rinse under cold running water; drain. Mix quinoa, 3 cups water, and salt in heavy medium saucepan. Bring to boil. Reduce heat to medium-low, cover, and simmer until quinoa is just tender and almost all water is absorbed, about 20 minutes. Drain. Set aside. (Quinoa can be made 1 day ahead. Cool, then cover; chill.) Melt butter in large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add ramps; sauté until beginning to soften. Add broth. Cover; simmer until ramps are tender, about 5 minutes. Add quinoa and oil; stir until heated through, about 5 minutes. Stir in tomatoes, green onions, basil, and

Page 392 lemon juice. Season with salt and pepper. Makes about 2 3/4 cups. To Serve: Spoon ramps, tomatoes, and quinoa onto 4 plates. Top with venison or bison slices, drizzle with sauce, and garnish with chives. Yield: 4 servings.

GRISE FIORD SEAL STEW

1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

seal meat soya sauce flour stew veggies: potatoes and onions, carrots, celery, etc soya sauce corn starch beef soup base

From Parnee Noah of Grise Fiord on Ellesmere Island in Nunavut, Canada's most northernly civilian settlement. [Alert Air Force Station and Eureka Weather Station are further north but are not really communities in the normal sense of the word.] Cut up seal meat into small chunks. Marinade overnight in soya sauce. Using a plastic shaking bag, flour the meat and then deep fry it. Proceed as for basic beef stew. Flavour with more soya sauce, add beef soup base if the stock needs enriching and thicken with corn starch. Recipe by: Parnee Noah, Grise Fiord Source: News/North, www.nnsl.com Posted by: Jim Weller Yield: 1 batch

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GROUSE & WILD RICE

2/3 2 1/4 8 3 1 1 1 2 1/2 4 1)

cup cup cup

wild rice chicken broth butter grouse breast filets eggs [beaten]

cup

flour garlic salt, oregano, and basil to taste

tablespoon cup oz

butter chicken broth mozzarella cheese [sliced]

Combine the wild rice with 2 cups of broth and ¬ cup butter

in a saucepan, cover and cook `til tender. (keep warm) 2) Rince grouse filets and pat dry. Pound the filets between waxed paper with meat mallet `til tender, then combine with the eggs in a bowl. Let stand for 1 hour... 3) Combine the flour, oregano, garlic salt, basil, and pepper to taste in a bowl and roll the filets in this flour mixture, coating well. 4) Brown on both sides in 2 tb butter in a skillet. Then add enough broth to cove the bottom of the pan and simmer filets, covered, for 10 min. 5) Place « slice of cheese on each filet and cook `til cheese is melted... Serve with the rice... Source: "Bill Saiff's Rod & Reel Recipes for Hookin' & Cookin'" cookbook Retyped with permission for you by Fred Goslin in Watertown NY on Cyberealm Bbs. Home of KookNet at (315) 786-1120 Yield: 4 servings

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GROUSE AND WILD RICE

2/3 2 1/4 8 3 1 1 1 2 1/2 4 1)

cup cup cup

wild rice chicken broth butter grouse breast filets eggs [beaten]

cup

flour garlic salt, oregano, and basil to taste

tablespoon cup oz

butter chicken broth mozzarella cheese [sliced]

Combine the wild rice with 2 cups of broth and ¬ cup butter

in a saucepan, cover and cook `til tender. (keep warm) 2) Rince grouse filets and pat dry. Pound the filets between waxed paper with meat mallet `til tender, then combine with the eggs in a bowl. Let stand for 1 hour... 3) Combine the flour, oregano, garlic salt, basil, and pepper to taste in a bowl and roll the filets in this flour mixture, coating well. 4) Brown on both sides in 2 tb butter in a skillet. Then add enough broth to cove the bottom of the pan and simmer filets, covered, for 10 min. 5) Place « slice of cheese on each filet and cook `til cheese is melted... Serve with the rice... Source: "Bill Saiff's Rod & Reel Recipes for Hookin' & Cookin'" cookbook Retyped with permission for you by Fred Goslin in Watertown NY on Cyberealm Bbs. Home of KookNet at (315) 786-1120 Yield: 4 servings

HA-PAH-SHU-TSE SOUP

1 1 5

cup lb cup

dried corn lean ham water

Place corn, ham and water in pot and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer until corn and ham are tender, about 3 hours. Remove meat from bones ( if not boneless) and flake into soup. Skim off excess fat if any. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Add 2 cups water, reheat and serve. NOTE: The original recipe calls for 1 pound beef short ribs. You can substitute your favorite lean meat for flavoring. This was also served with hot fry bread and lots of honey. This is the same recipe or darn close to the Dried Corn Soup my Grandma Black used to make. Recipe By : Mr. Raymond Red Corn

From: Lisacooks@juno.Com (Lisa L Dixon)

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Yield: 8 servings

HARE IN GUINNESS

750 3 1 1 1 2 1/4 1 2 2 125 1 310 1 1 1 1 1

ml

(3 cups) guinness cloves of garlic, crushed with

teaspoon medium teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon ml ml tablespoon

salt bayleaf onions, finely sliced freshly grated nutmeg hare, cut into 8 pieces plain flour paprika (1/2 cup) mustard seed oil, approximately (1 1/4 cups) brown stock red wine vinegar carrot, finely diced leek, finely diced stalk of celery, finely diced

Combine Guinness, garlic, bay leaf, onion and nutmeg and pour over hare in a shallow glass or ceramic dish. Cover and refrigerate for 24 hours, turning occasionally. Drain the hare, reserving marinade, and pat dry with absorbent paper. Lightly coat hare with the combined flour and paprika. Heat 1 tablespoon of mustard seed oil in a deep, flameproof casserole and cook the hare, in batches, over moderate heat until browned on all sides, adding more oil as necessary. Return all hare to casserole with reserved marinade, stock, vinegar and prepared vegetables. Bring to the boil, cover and transfer to the oven. Bake at 180C for 1 1/4 to 1 3/4 hours, or until hare is tender. Serve with creamy mashed potato, if desired. Bon Appetit - Exec.Chef Magnus Johansson Source: Australian Gourmet Traveller July '94 Yield: 6 servings

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HARE WITH CREAM CHANTERELLE SAUCE.

500 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/2 1/2 8 1 1/2 1 1 5 3 1 150 1

gm

minced hare meat decilitre milk decilitre sieved breadcrumbs egg decilitre finely chopped onion

teaspoon teaspoon

salt ground white pepper prunes cream chanterelle sauce: finely chopped onion

tablespoon tablespoon

butter wheat flour decilitre meat broth decilitre cream decilitre dry white wine

gm

chanterelles (fresh or canned)

Here in Sweden the hunting for hare is very beloved and traditional and for that we also eat a lot of hare. This makes Swededes experts in preparing the meat. ; -) To begin with, the hare must be tenderized. We normaly let the hare hang for a week or ten days at temperatures under 4 degree Celsius. For some, this may sound long, but believe me, the meat will need it. After the tenderizing, you may place the hare in a bowl, cover it comple te with processed sour milk and place the bowl in the fridge for 24 hours. This will make the meat still more tender and take away some of the strong venison taste. T his action is not necessary if you do not mind venison tasting venison ;-). Dry off the meat with kitchenpaper, and you are now ready to make yourse lf popular by presenting a exquisite dinner. Place the sieved breadcrumbs in the milk, leave for 10 minutes to swell. Mix the remaining ingredients (except the prunes). Add the milk/breadcrumbs-mix. Mix well by hand. Avoid using a kitchen machine as this could make the meat fibres twist together and form kind of ropes, making the dish leathery! Form to small buns or eggs and place a prune in the center of each egg. Be shure to cover the prune completely with the minced meat. Fry them golden brown in butter at medium temperature. To make the cream chanterelle sauce, you: Start with sizzle the onion in the butter for about 30 seconds. Add the well wiped off chanterelles and sizzle while stirring until they start to crack. Add the wheat flour, stirring well. Add the broth, wine and the cream. Boil until the sauce starts to get thicker. Stirr

Page 397 now and then especiall y at the bottom of the saucepan to avoid burning. taste with salt and pepper. Serve with boiled potatoes and green salad. You will now enjoy the familys undisguised admiration and get a reputati on of being a perfect chef! (If you do not have a hare, I guess you could use a white-tail or whatever venison you have..........) Have a nice time in the kitchen and at the dinner table! Your Swedish cook (Amateur that is) :-) Thorsten Imme Thorsten Thorsten.Imme@elema.siemens.se rec.hunting Yield: 1 servings

HARE, RABBIT, VEAL OR CHICKEN STEW WITH HERBS AND BARLEY

50 1 1/2 1 1 450 1 4 1 175 900 3 1 2 15 1 1

gm kg

butter hare or rabbit joints, or stewing veal or chicken joints

gm

washed and trimmed leeks, thickly sliced cloves garlic, chopped finely

gm ml tablespoon

pot barley water [generous] red or white wine vinegar bay leaves, salt, pepper fresh, roughly chopped sage leaves, or

tablespoon

dried sage

In 7th century England, herbs were one of the few flavourings available to cooks and were used heavily... Melt the butter in a heavy pan and fry the meat with the leeks and garlic till the vegetables are slightly softened and the meat lightly browned. Add the barley, water, vinegar, bay leaves and seasoning. bring the pot to the boil, cover it and simmer gently for 1 - 1 1/2 hours or till the meat is really tender and ready to fall from the bone. Add the sage and continue to cook for several minutes. Adjust the seasoning to taste and serve in bowls-- the barley will serve as a vegetable. All from _The British Museum Cookbook_ by Michelle Berriedale-Johnson, 1987, British Museum Publications. From: "Jennifer A. Newbury" jn1t+@andrew.cmu.edu From: Glen Jamieson Date: 12-31-02 Yield: 6 servings

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HARVEST PUMPKIN SOUP
By: Spirit of the Harvest 1 2 3 1/2 4 small (12 inch) tablespoons tablespoons teaspoon cups pumpkin vegetable oil maple syrup or honey ground dried spicebush berry or all; spice venison broth

Preheat the oven to 350 F, place the pumpkin in a baking pan and bake for one hour, or until the skin of the pumpkin is easily pierced with a knife. Remove the pumpkin from the oven and cool. Cut the pumpkin in half and scrape off the seeds (save the seeds to make slow-roasted pumpkin seeds). Next, scrape the pumpkin flesh from the shell. Mash or puree the pumpkin flesh in a blender. Combine all ingredients except the broth, in a large saucepan, and heat slowly. Gradually stir in the broth to reach the desired consistency. Simmer until hot. Garnish with nuts, seeds, and scallions. Serve this Northeastern Woodland Indian pumpkin soup recipe the traditional way, in a bowl made out of a pumpkin that has had the top cut off and the seeds cleaned out. Yield: 4 to 6

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HATTIE''S VENISON CHILI CON CARNE

2 2 2 10 1 4 1 2 1 2 3/4

lb tablespoon large quart tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon

venison olive oil onions cloves garlic nonfat beef broth chili powder ground cumin paprika cayenne pepper oregano salt

Take 2 lbs. of venison, either meat or venison burger. If using meat, cube it, and brown in batches in olive oil (about 2 Tbsp) in a large skillet ( I prefer a ten-inch cast iron skillet - not Caphalon!!). If using venison burger, just brown it. Drain the meat. In a three to four quart heavy pot (mine is a Le Creuset that I bought at the Salvation Army in Santa Cruz, CA), heat one Tbsp of olive oil and saut, two large onions which have been sliced. When the onions are limp, but not yellow (don't overcook them, maybe 7 minutes tops) add about 10 cloves of garlic which have been mashed and minced. When the garlic scents up, add the meat. Add one quart of homemade chicken or beef stock. If you don''t have your own stock, try Campbell's low-sodium chicken stock. Add the spices. Crush the oregano in your hand before adding. Bring to a boil, reduce to a simmer, cover, and simmer for at least three hours or until the meat is fork-tender. Even though venison is very lean, the chili should be defatted. I do this by letting it cool and then refrigerating the chili overnight. The next day, I remove the fat. Notes The amount of seasoning will make a sprightly but not incendiary chili. If you're going for the burn, use beef (why waste venison?) and add three to four fresh chili peppers. Chili powder can be purchased in bulk at most alternative grocers. The chili powder is made from only ground up chilies. Don't use commercial mixes, which include spices and salt which take all the fun out of it. To serve, reheat. Some like to thicken the chili with masa or fine corn meal. To do this, mix some about 1/4 cup fine corn meal with enough water to make a thin paste (no more than one cup of water). Add this quickly to the chili as it simmers, stir like crazy, or you may get lumps. If you use the masa, be sure to cook the chili for at least another 20 minutes or so, or it may taste pasty.

Page 400 Serve it up in bowls with rice, beans, bread or whatever on the side. Coleslaw would be the only salad I'd serve with this. It freezes beautifully. Recipe by: Susan Hattie Steinsapir http://www.andreas.com/susan/ From: Snardo@onramp.Net Yield: 6 servings

HAZRUQUIVE (HOPI HOMINY, BEAN SPROUT, CORNCOB STEW)

1

x

no ingredients

2 cups cooked hominy 3 cups stock 1 tablespoon salt 3 ears yellow corn-on-the-cob, cut into 3-inch pieces 2 bunches bean sprouts Place hominy in a large saucepan with enough water to cover. Bring to boil on high and add stock, salt and pepper. Return to boil, reduce the heat to medium and cook 10 minutes. Add corn and cook for 10 minutes or until tender. Add sprouts; reduce to low and simmer until tender, 5 to 10 minutes. Serve hot. Corn is eaten with the hands, the hominy and broth are eaten with a spoon

HEARTY BUFFALO STEW

2 1 5 1 3 1 1/2 1/2 2 1 1/2

lb

buffalo stew meat -- 1 cubes carrots -- chopped

large can cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

onion stalks celery -- sliced tomatoes -- (1lb. 12oz.) quick cooking tapioca ground cloves bay leaves salt pepper

Trim all fat from meat. Put all ingredients in slow cooker. Mix thoroughly. Cover and cook on low for 12 hours (high for 5 to 6 hours). Makes 4 to 6 servings. From "Taste ofTexas" From the recipe files of Carole Walberg Recipe By :

Yield: 6 servings

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HEARTY VENISON SOUP

4 1 1 28 3 1 1 2 1

tablespoon lb lb oz cup cup tablespoon cup

corn oil venison, cubed sweet italian sausage can tomatoes water chopped onions worcestershire sauce potatoes, peeled, cubed celery, sliced

In large kettle, heat oil, add venison, and brown all sides. Remove meat with a slotted spoon and set aside. Add sausage, sliced, to kettle and brown on all sides. Drain off drippings. Add tomatoes (broken up with a spoon), water, onion, Worcestershire sauce, and browned venison. Heat to boiling. Reduce heat to simmer, cover and cook until almost tender - about 1 1/2 hours. Add cubed potatoes and sliced celery and simmer until vegetables and meat are tender, about 1 hour more. Posted by Earl Shelsby. Courtesy of Fred Peters. Yield: 6 servings

HERB MARINADED DEER ROAST

1 4 1 2 4 1 1 1 1 1 teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon cup tablespoon

deer roast peanut oil onion, chopped garlic clove, minced flour beef broth tomato, peeled and chopped thyme tarragon salt & pepper to taste

Cook deer over hot charcoal for 3-4 hours, basting often with the marinade, but reserving one cup for the sauce. Heat oil in a pan and add onion and garlic. Saute for 5 minutes and sprinkle on flour. Cook and stir over moderate heat for 15 minutes or until flour is brown. Stir in the broth and reserved cup of marinade and bring to a boil. Reduce heat. Add tomato and herbs. Simmer one hour. Correct seasonings. Serve with meat. Source: Feb 83 Times-Picayune/States-Item, New Orleans LA Courtesy of Shareware PROFESSIONAL RECIPE CLIPPER 2.0 Yield: 1 servings

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HOMINY SOUP WITH GREENS POZOLE VERDE

1/2 2 10 2 2 3-1/2 4 1

cup cups large serrano tablespoons cups cups large

hulled, raw pumpkin seeds, toasted tomatillos, husks removed, rinsed,; quartered sorrel leaves, rinsed, stemmed chile peppers, seeded, quartered oil cooked hominy chicken broth epazote stem* salt, to taste

Grind the pumpkin seeds in a food processor finely; set aside. Place the chopped tomatillos in a saucepan covered with 1/2 cup water. cook until soft and mushy - about 15 minutes. Transfer tomatoes to a blender jar. Add the sorrel, serrano chiles, and 1 cup of water. Puree until smooth. Heat oil in a skillet. Add blended ingredients and fry over fairly high heat for about 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Stir in the ground seeds and cook 10 minutes longer. Add the hominy, broth, and epazote. Simmer for 15 minutes, then season with salt. *Epazote - pronounced [eh-paw-ZOH-teh] An herb well-known to Mexican and Caribbean cooking. The name comes from the Aztec (Nahuatl) epazotl. It is also known as pigweed or Mexican tea and is frequently regarded as a garden pest. It is most commonly used in black bean recipes to ward off some of the 'negative' side affects of eating beans. Much like cilantro, it is referred to as an 'acquired taste'. The herb is quite pungent and some say it smells like gasoline or kerosene.

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HOPI CORN STEW

1 1 1 2 1 2 2 2

cup tablespoon cup cup cup tablespoon tablespoon

roast beef or ground beef; chopped shortening salt and pepper to taste fresh corn; cut from cobs zucchini squash; cubed water plus water cornmeal

This recipe is a good way to use up a bit of leftover roast beef or ground beef. Heat shortening in a large heavy skillet. Brown meat and add salt and pepper to taste. Add squash, corn and 2 cups water. Simmer about 30 minutes, or until vegetables are almost tender. In a cup, stir together cornmeal and 2 tbsp water to make a paste. Stir thickener into stew. Stir about 5 minutes to prevent sticking. Formatted by Carolyn Shaw, owner Home Hearth Food Posted to Home Hearth Food Digest V1 #15 by elaya@juno.com (Elaya k Tsosie) on May 18, 1997 Yield: 1 servings

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HOPI CORN STEW WITH BLUE DUMPLINGS

----INGREDIENTS---1 2 1 1 1 4 1 1 2 2 2/3 1 1/2 1 1 2 2 1/2 small tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoon cup lb tablespoon medium tablespoon small cup stew bacon drippings onion, chopped ground new mexico red pepper 4 cu; p corn kernels zucchini water salt to taste blue dumplings blue cornmeal bacon drippings milk ----DIRECTIONS---ground goat or beef green bell pepper, chopped yellow squash whole wheat flour baking powder salt

The Stew: Heat drippings over medium-high heat in a large stew-pot or Dutch oven. Add the meat and saute until lightly browned. Stir in onion, pepper and ground chili. Saute until onion is translucent, 3-4 minutes. Stir in corn, zucchini and squash and add enough water to cover. Bring to a boil and reduce heat to medium-low and simmer 30-40 minutes, until meat and vegetables are tender. In a small bowl, combine flour and 2 tablespoons broth from the stew. Whisk back into the stew and simmer until thickened. Add Blue Dumplings to the stew during the last 15 minutes of cooking time. The Dumplings: In a mixing bowl combine cornmeal, baking powder, drippings and salt. Stir in enough milk to make a stiff batter. Drop by tablespoons into the stew during the last 15 minutes of cooking. Yield: 1 servings

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HOPI INDIAN STEW WITH POSOLE

1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1 1 1/3 1 1/2 5 1/2 1 1 1 1/8 1/4 1

tablespoon cup cup cups cups cup cup cups cup cpus cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoon

olive oil diced peeled sweet potato diced peeled turnip diced green bell pepper diced red bell pepper diced zucchini diced yellow squash sliced oyster mushroom caps (about; 3 1/2 ounces) grilled corn kernals corn stock or canned vegetable stoc; k canned white hominy (pozole blanco); , drained minced fresh thyme rubbed sage coriander seeds, toasted pepper water cornstarch

Heat oil in a large Dutch oven over medium heat. Add sweet potato and turnip; sauté 5 minutes or until lightly browned. Add bell peppers, zucchini, and squash; sauté 3 minutes. Add mushrooms; sauté 1 minute. Add Corn Stock, Grilled Corn Kernels, hominy, thyme, sage, coriander seeds, and pepper. Combine water and cornstarch in a small bowl, stirring until well-blended; add to stew. Bring to a boil; reduce heat and simmer 5 minutes or until slightly thickened, stirring constantly. Yield: 10 servings (se

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HOPPIN' JOHN

8 4 4 4 1/4 1/2 8 1 1 1

ounces ounces ounces ounces ounce teaspoon ounces quart bay thyme

dried black-eyed peas salt, to taste large-diced bacon diced onion diced pepper minced garlic crushed red pepper long-grain rice chicken stock leaf sprig pepper, to taste

Sort the black-eyed peas and rinse well with cold water. Simmer in enough water to cover for 30-35 minutes, or until they are barely tender to the bite. Add salt, to taste, for last 10 minutes. Drain black-eyed peas and reserve. Fry the bacon in a large pot until crisped. Remove the crisped bacon with a slotted spoon and reserve. Add onion and pepper to the pot and stir frequently until translucent, about 5-6 minutes. Add garlic and crushed red pepper and continue to saute another minute. Add rice and saute, stirring frequently until coated with oil and heated through. Heat stock. Add stock and drained black-eyed peas to the rice. Bring to simmer, stirring once or twice to prevent the rice from clumping together or sticking to the pot bottom. Add bay leaf and thyme. Cover pot and place in 350-degree oven, or leave over low heat on stovetop. Cook until rice and black-eyed peas are tender to the bite, about 12-14 minutes. Remove from heat and let stand 5 minutes. Uncover, separate the grains and release the steam. Stir in reserved bacon. Adjust seasoning with salt and pepper, to taste, and serve the hoppin' John on heated plates at once, or keep hot for service. Yield: 10 portions.

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HORSEMAN STEW (PASTISSADA)

2 4 2 1/2 1 1/4 1 1 1

lb teaspoon oz lb lb

horse meat olive oil butter onions pureed tomatoes salt pepper pint of red wine

*Wine should be either Amarone, Bardolino, or Valpolicella Tenderize the meat by pounding it with the dull side of a heavy knife, and cut into cubes. Heat the oil and butter in a large pan, and brown the chopped onions.Add the tomatoes and the meat. Salt and pepper to taste, and cook for about half an hour. Pour in the wine, cover and cook over low heat for atleast 3 hours. Serve with Polenta or Potato Gnocchi. Note: Pastissada is better reheated the next day. Compliments of: Kathleen's Recipe Swap Page http://www.ilos.net/~answers/recipe From: Answers@ilos.Net Recipes (Mailing List) Ä Yield: 1 recipe Date: 13 Jul 97 Meal-Master Format

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HUITLACOCHE SOUP

a. 1-1/2 3 3 2 4-6 1 1 1 2 1 cups tablespoons tablespoons tablespoons drops cup small clove tablespoons cup milk flour butter or margarine worcestershire sauce tabasco sauce b. of huitlacoche (or slightly more) yellow onion garlic bland oil or margarine or ghee (cla; rified butter) chicken broth

Whirl together all ingredients in group 'A' in a blender or food processor until mixed. Cook slowly, stirring until white sauce thickens. Chop finely all solid ingredients in group 'B' and sauté until tender--add the Huitlacoche last as it cooks a little quicker. Whirl in blender or food processor with the chicken broth, add to the cream sauce, heat and enjoy. Variations: 1. Substitute PickaPeppa sauce for the Worcestershire and Tabasco sauces. 2. Add 2 Tablespoons of chopped green chilies to group 'B'. Recipe from Ellen and Tom Duffy In damp weather corn frequently becomes infected with corn smut--Ustilago maydis--which when fresh occurs as pearly gray globules and ovoids displacing the rows of kernels. They should not be used when old and dried and powdery. At this time the black interior is widely exposed and the gleaming surface gone. It may cause uterine contractions in pregnant women when old and decayed. It is considered a great delicacy in parts of Mexico and here is a soup we have developed. It is delicious with a slight gray color. (There are black spores in the fresh globules also.)

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HULLED CORN SOUP (AI)

4 3 1 1

quart lb lb quart

dried indian corn kernels salt pork dry red kidney beans hardwood ashes

Put enough water in an old kettle to cover the corn, Bring to a boil; add corn and ashes. Cook about 20 minutes, stirring frequently. This loosens the hulls or shells on the corn. When the hulls slip off the kernels by working between the fingers, drain the water and rinse corn in cold water, working corn with the fingers to help remove hulls. Drain and parboil; drain, rinse and parboil again. Repeat several times until the parboiled water looks clean and clear, (A handmade basket is traditionally used for this purpose.) When corn is good and clean, place it in a large kettle or canner with clean water. Parboil washed beans separately until water is colored; add both water and beans to the corn mixture. Cut salt pork into small pieces; add to the corn and beans. Be sure to use plenty of water because the corn will swell as it cooks. Cook 3 or 4 hours, or until corn is tender, stirring occasionally and adding water as needed. Makes 16 quarts of soup. SOURCE:*William Bennett, Allegany Seneca, Iroquois Cookbook SHARED BY: Jim Bodle 10/92 Yield: 1 servings

HUNTERS PHEASANT

1 2 1 1 2 8 1 1 1 4 tablespoon tablespoon oz large tablespoon

pheasant,pcs,hang 3day max sunflower oil onion,chop fine carrot,chop fine celery stalks,chop fine chicken stock s&p bouquet garni arrowroot redcurrant/quince jelly

Preheat oven,350F In ovenproof pan fry pieces of pheasant til lightly golden. Add onion, carrot & celery & fry a couple of min. Cover with stock & season generously, add bouquet garni, & bake oven about 1hr & 20min. Remove pheasant & keep warm. Add arrowroot, mixed w/little water, & jelly & bring to boil, stir til thickens. Return pheasant to sauce & serve w/mashed potato & red cabbage. Yield: 4 servings

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IGUANA STEW

1 1 2 3 2 4 1 1 teaspoon pinch large

iguana onion cloves garlic tomatoes green peppers achiote oil pepper salt -- to taste

Make the achiote oil by frying the achiote slowly until the oil is red. 1. Kill the iguana by cutting off its head. 2. Open the belly lengthwise and remove all the entrails and the rectum. 3. Cook in salted water until the meat is tender (take care not to let it get too soft). 4. Peel and cut in portions. 5. Season with all the above ingredients and cook with about 1 cup water, until almost dry. Recipe By : Diana D. de peralta

Yield: 4 servings

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ILLINOIS RACCOON SUPPER

4 5 2 2 1 8 12 1 3 1 2 1/2 1 2 1/2 4 1 1 4 1/2 cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon cup cup medium small

raccoons, 4-6 lbs. each salt pepper flour shortening onions, peeled bay leaves dressing: loaves day-old bread, crumbled salt pepper powdered sage eggs, beaten (1 1/2 oz.) pkg. dehydrated onion soup stalks celery, chopped raccoon broth

Cut prepared raccoon in serving pieces. Reserve meaty backs and legs for baking. Cook remaining pieces in water to make broth for gravy and dressing. Add small amount of seasonings. Simmer until meat is tender; strain, and use only the broth. Sprinkle back and leg pieces with salt and pepper. Dredge with flour. Heat shortening in heavy skillet. Add meat; brown on all sides. Transfer pieces to roaster; add onions and bay leaves. Cover. Bake at 350 degrees for 2 hours, or until tender. Make gravy by adding flour to drippings in pan. Use raccoon broth for liquid. Serve pieces over dressing. Pass gravy. DRESSING: Bake in a large shallow pan at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. From: "Steve" <justcantdoit@hotmail.Com Yield: 4 servings

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INCA POTATO SALAD

1 1 1 1/2 1 1 1/2 3/4 1/4 3/4

pound clove to tbl cups cup teaspoon cup

purple potatoes* onion, finely chopped garlic, minced 1 teaspoons chili powder vegetable oil vegetable broth quinoa, rinsed and drained salt dash ground pepper frozen corn, thawed

* Native Peruvian purple potatoes can be found in many specialtyt and health food markets, if you can not find use russet potato. Wash potatoes; do not pare. Dice into 1/2-inch pieces. Sauté potatoes, onions, garlic and chili powder in oil until onions are tender. Add broth and mix well, bring to a boil. Stir in quinoa, salt and pepper; return to boil. Stir, cover and reduce heat, simmer 15 minutes. Turn off heat, add corn and let stand covered, 5 minutes. Mix gently to fluff. Serve warm or refrigerate and serve cold. Variation: Add 1/2 cup dried chopped pineapple with corn Yield: 6 servings

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INDIAN BEAN TERRINE IN BROWN HERB SAUCE

----INDIAN BEAN TERRINE---1 1 1/2 2 1 1/8 1/2 1 3 4 2 3 2 2 32 8 lb tablespoon cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon dried small white or pinto beans unsalted butter yellow cornmeal water salt white pepper red chile powder ground cumin ----BROWN HERB SAUCE---veal stock unsalted butter, softened chopped fresh tarragon chopped fresh chives chopped fresh dill chopped fresh basil sprigs fresh chervil, for garnish whole chives, for garnish ----BLUE CORNMEAL TORTILLA-------FEATHERS---8 1 cup blue cornmeal tortillas vegetable oil

Soak the beans overnight in enough water to cover. The following day, drain the beans, rinse under cold running water, and place in a pot with fresh water to cover. Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce heat and simmer for several hours until the beans are soft. Remove from heat and drain. Mash the beans and mix with butter and cornmeal. Set aside. Bring the 2 cups of water to a boil over high heat. Add the bean mixture, salt, pepper, chile powder and cumin. Reduce the heat and simmer 20 minutes, stirring occasionally to prevent burning. Pour into a greased 5-X-9 inch loaf pan, cool to room temperature, and chill in the refrigerator overnight or until firm. Unmold from the loaf pan, cut into approximately 1/2 inch slices, and set on a cookie sheet. Reheat in a 350 degree F. oven for 10 minutes, until warm. For the Brown Herb Sauce, bring the stock to a boil in a large saucepan over moderate heat. Add the butter and stir until completely melted. Add the tarragon, chives, dill and basil, stir 1 minutes, and remove from the heat. Cut the tortillas into feather shapes with scissors or a small paring knife. In a skillet over moderate to high heat, heat the oil until it almost reaches the smoking point. Using two forks, dip each tortilla feather into the hot oil, remove and blot with a paper towel. Spoon some Brown Herb Sauce onto each plate and place 2 slices of the Indian Bean Terrine in the center. Garnish with a Blue Cornmeal Tortilla Feather and a whole chive, and sprigs of fresh chervil.

Page 414 From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank From: Jim Weller Date: 16 Feb 99 Yield: 8 servings

INDIAN BEAN TERRINE IN BROWN HERB SAUCE W/BLU

----INDIAN BEAN TERRINE---1 1 1/2 2 1 1/8 1/2 1 3 4 2 3 2 2 32 8 lb tablespoon cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon dried small white or pinto beans unsalted butter yellow cornmeal water salt white pepper red chile powder ground cumin ----BROWN HERB SAUCE---veal stock unsalted butter, softened chopped fresh tarragon chopped fresh chives chopped fresh dill chopped fresh basil sprigs fresh chervil, for garnish whole chives, for garnish ----BLUE CORNMEAL TORTILLA-------FEATHERS---8 1 cup blue cornmeal tortillas vegetable oil

Soak the beans overnight in enough water to cover. The following day, drain the beans, rinse under cold running water, and place in a pot with fresh water to cover. Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce heat and simmer for several hours until the beans are soft. Remove from heat and drain. Mash the beans and mix with butter and cornmeal. Set aside. Bring the 2 cups of water to a boil over high heat. Add the bean mixture, salt, pepper, chile powder and cumin. Reduce the heat and simmer 20 minutes, stirring occasionally to prevent burning. Pour into a greased 5-X-9 inch loaf pan, cool to room temperature, and chill in the refrigerator overnight or until firm. Unmold from the loaf pan, cut into approximately 1/2 inch slices, and set on a cookie sheet. Reheat in a 350 degree F. oven for 10 minutes, until warm. For the Brown Herb Sauce, bring the stock to a boil in a large saucepan over moderate heat. Add the butter ands tir until completely melted. Add the tarragon, chives, dill and basil, stir 1 minutes, and remove from the heat. Cut the tortillas into feather shapes with scissors or a small paring knife. In a skillet over moderate to high heat, heat the oil until it almost reaches the smoking point. Using two forks, dip each tortilla feather into the hot oil, remove and blot with a paper towel.

Page 415 Spoon some Brown Herb Sauce onto each plate and place 2 slices of the Indian Bean Terrine in the center. Garnish with a Blue Cornmeal Tortilla Feather and a whole chive, and sprigs of fresh chervil. **************************** From "Native American Cooking," bu Lois Ellen Frank Yield: 8 servings

INDIAN CORN SOUP

1

x

no ingredients

Wash and put 1 1/2 quarts of "lyed" Indian White Corn in an 8 quart pot. Fill with water 3/4 full and cover. Bring to a boil and keep at a rolling boil for 1 1/2 hours, corn should open full. You may want to cook corn a while longer . If the corn is not fully open, stir occasionally. Do not let it stick to the bottom of the pan. While the corn is cooking, cut up 1 1/2 lbs of pork shoulder butt steaks into 3/4" square pieces. Do the same with 3/4 lbs of salt pork. Place meat in a separate pan and boil for 1 hour. Water should cover pork 4" or so. Add if necessary...you will need this for stock. After the corn opens to your satisfaction or two hours maximum, remove from stove and pour through strainer. Do not rinse corn. Rinse out pot and put corn back into pot. Add the cooked pork along with the stock. Open three 1 lb cans of dark red kidney beans and add. Rinse cans, add water to cover mixture 3 inches or so. Boil mixture for another 1 1/2 to 2 hours, adding water in necessary. Stir occasionally, do not let it stick to the bottom of the pot. Serve in individual bowls, season with salt and pepper after serving. Best if eaten with homemade, warm yeast bread and freshly churned butter.

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INDIAN CORN SOUP
By: Anne ~ Nipissing First Nation 1/2 1 1 4 4-5 lb lg oversized lg peeled very lean salt pork; (bite size cubes) cooking onion diced; (med) can of kidney beans cans of hominy corn and diced potatoes

You'll need a very large soup pot for this.(16-20 qts). Saute salt pork and onions for about 5 minutes then add remaining ingredients. Do not drain canned ingredients for taste not waste. Add water to pot of soup and let simmer for an hour or so to taste. Very easy to make and serves lots of hungry nishinabes.

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INDIAN CORN STEW

1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1-1/2 8 1 4 1/2 1/4 1/8 1

tablespoon pounds cups large large can (14 ounces) teaspoons teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon medium-size

vegetable oil, lean ground beef, sweet green peppers (cored, seeded,; and chopped), yellow onion (chopped, cups), 2 cloves garlic (minced), ears of corn (kernels cut off) or 4; cups frozen corn, crushed tomatoes, worcestershire sauce, each black pepper and chili powder, salt, ground red pepper (cayenne) or to t; aste, zucchini or yellow summer squash, t; hinly sliced crosswise (2 cups)

Pueblo Indians often simmered large pots of meat over an open fire and added fresh vegetables, like corn and squash, to the pot Step 1: In a 6-quart Dutch oven, heat the oil over moderately high heat. Add the beef and cook, stirring frequently, for 8 minutes or until browned. Lower the heat, stir in the green peppers, onion, and garlic, and simmer, uncovered, for 5 minutes or until tender, stirring occasionally. Step 2: Stir in the corn, tomatoes, Worcestershire, black pepper, chili powder, salt, and red pepper and bring to a boil. Lower the heat, cover, and simmer for 15 minutes. Add the squash, then simmer for 5 minutes longer or until the vegetables are tender. Before Indian Corn can be used for Corn Soup it must be thoroughly dried. The corn is picked in the late fall, the husk pulled back, then braided into three foot long bunches and hung up in the barn so the crows can't get at it. Before Indian Corn (which is white :-) can be cooked into corn soup, it must first be put through a process called 'lying:. Lye is an extremely strong acid found in hardwood ashes. This is what the traditional Indians used as it was abundant from their campfires. This lying process softens the outer shell somewhat and allows the two black eyes found on each kernel of corn to be washed off after cooking. There are very few Indians adept at preparing the dried white corn in this manner. The amount of wood ashes to be boiled with the corn is a very tricky task to accomplish properly. Too much lye will destroy the corn and too little will not do the job. Therefore we leave this to the 'lyers' of the tribe. The corn is boiled with the hardwood ashes and water for about two hours. Then it is washed to remove the eyes or hulls and to rinse the corn free of lye. The Tuscarora reservation has three or four 'lyers' who perform the difficult and messy task of 'lying'. A 'lyer' will do a large amount of corn in a day depending on how many orders she has to do for the tribal members. I get my 'lyed' corn from Mrs. Norton Rickard of Blacknose Spring Road. Usually I order five quarts at $3.00 per quart. I then divide it into three parts. I will freeze

Page 418 two of them and cook one part...about a quart and one half.

INDIAN ROCK SOUP
By: WhiteWulfsMoM@aol.com 3 or 4 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 tbsp. cup stalk tsp. tsp. Pcs large large smooth clean rocks about the size; of medium potatoes onion, diced tomatoes, diced carrots, cut up butter hominy corn celery, cut up black pepper salt

Place rocks into 3-quart kettle and cover with water. Bring water to a boil and add all the ingredients. Boil until all vegetables are all done. Take rocks out of kettle and wash and save for future use. Makes a delicious and economical dish.

INDIAN STUFFED AND BAKED RACCOON WITH APPLES

1 4 4 2 5 2 1 1 1 1/2

medium large cup large tablespoon teaspoon cup teaspoon teaspoon

raccoon onions strips salted pork beef stock ----STUFFING---tart apples butter cinnamon dry bread crumbs salt pepper

Skin and clean the raccoon. Wash well and remove most of the fat. Place in a large soupp kettle, cover with water and bring to a boil. Lower heat and simmer for 30 minutes. Peel, core and dice the apples into a mixing bowl. Melt the butter in a small saucepan and add the cinnamon, breadcrumbs, salt and pepper. Mix real good. Take the racoon out of the cooking juices and cool. Stuff the raccoon and sew up the cavity. Place the raccoon, breast down on the rack of a roasting pan, with the legs folded under the body and fastened with a string. Drape the salt pork over the back of the raccoon and fasten with toothpicks. Place the onions beside the raccoon on the rack. Bake at 400 degrees for 10 minutes to brown the meat. Reduce the heat to 325 degrees and add the 2 cups of beef stock. Cook for one hours, basting as often as possible. Transfer to a heated platter surrounded by whole onions.

Page 419 Source: "Indian Cookin'", compiled by Herb WAlker, 1977 Yield: 1 recipe

IROQUOIS CORN SOUP LIQUOR - O'NIYUSTAGI'

liquor (liquid) from making boiled; cornbread The liquor in which the corn bread was boiled was carefully drained off and kept in jars or pots as a drink. It is said that the Indians were not fond of drinking water and preferred various beverages prepared from herbs or corn. One writer, James Adair, in 'History of the American Indians' (London 1775), p. 416 in discussing this subject says: 'Though in most of the Indian nations the water is good, because of their high situation, yet the traders very seldom drink any of it at home; for the women beat in mortars their flinty corn till all the husks are taken off, which having well sifted and fanned, they boil in large earthen pots; then straining off the thinnest part into a pot they mix it with cold water till it is sufficiently liquid for drinking; and when cold it is both pleasant and very nourishing; and is much liked even by genteel strangers.' Yield: servings: 1 ser

IROQUOIS FISH SOUP

recipe Boil fish of any kind in a pot with a quainty of water.If fish was not fillet remove bones. Stir in coarse corn siftings (coarse corn meal) tomake the soup of suitable consistency. If wild onions and greens are available toss them into the soup pot to add both color and flavor.

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IROQUOIS SOUP
By: THE ART OF AMERICAN INDIAN COOKING 4 2 2 1 1/2 1 large T. T. clove tsp. mushrooms, sliced cans beef consommé yellow corn meal minced parsley of garlic, crushed basil onion, thinly sliced salt and pepper to taste haddock fillets, 12 oz 1 1/4 c. baby lima beans

2 10 1/2 oz

The Iroquois were blessed with clear, cool lakes and sparkling streams, and both sered up an abundance of fish. Fish soup, or u'nega'gei, as the Iroquois called it, was a favorite. One early recipe is described, 'Fish of any kind is boiled in a pot with a quantity of water. It is then removed and coarse corn siftings stirred in to make a soup of suitable consistency.' When wild onions and greens were available, they were usually tossed into the soup pot, adding both color and flavor. Place the mushrooms, consommé, corn meal, parsley, garlic, basil, onion, pepper and salt in a large saucepan, and simmer, uncovered, for 10 minutes. Add haddock, lima beans, and sherry and simmer 20 minutes, stirring occasionally, breaking haddock into bite-sized pieces. Serve hot. Yield: yield: 4

Page 421

IROQUOIS SOUP

4 2 2 2 1 1/2 1 1 1/4 1 10 1/3 oz cup teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon centiliter teaspoon

large mushrooms, sliced 10 1/2 oz cans beef consomme yellow corn meal minced parsley garlic, crushed basil onion, thinly sliced fresh ground pepper, dash salt haddock fillets, 12 oz baby lima beans dry sherry (optional)

Place the mushrooms, consomme, corn meal, parsley, garlic, basil, onion, pepper and salt in a large saucepan, and simmer, uncovered, for 10 minutes. Add haddock, lima beans, and sherry and simmer 20 minutes, stirring occasionally, breaking haddock into bite-sized pieces. Serve hot. The Iroquois were blessed with clear, cool lakes and sparkling streams, and both served up an abundance of fish. Fish soup, or u'nega'gei, as the Iroquois called it, was a favorite. One early recipe is described, "Fish of any kind is boiled in a pot with a quantity of water. It is then removed and coarse corn siftings stirred in to make a soup of suitable consistency." When wild onions and greens were available, they were usually tossed into the soup pot, adding both color and flavor. From: The Art of American Indian Cooking by Yeffe Kimball and Jean Anderson, Avon Books, New York, NY, 1965. Yield: 4 servings

Page 422

IROQUOIS SOUP - MODERN
By: THE ART OF AMERICAN INDIAN COOKING 4 2 2 1 1/2 1 lg. T. T. clove tsp. mushrooms, sliced cans beef consomme yellow corn meal minced parsley of garlic, crushed basil onion, thinly sliced salt and pepper to taste haddock fillets, 12 oz (or other wh; ite fish of choice) 1 1/4 c. baby lima beans

2 10 1/2 oz

The Iroquois were blessed with clear, cool lakes and sparkling streams, and both served up an abundance of fish. Fish soup, or u'nega'gei, as the Iroquois called it, was a favorite. One early recipe is described, 'Fish of any kind is boiled in a pot with a quantity of water. It is then removed and coarse corn siftings stirred in to make a soup of suitable consistency.' When wild onions and greens were available, they were usually tossed into the soup pot, adding both color and flavor. Place the mushrooms, consomme, corn meal, parsley, garlic, basil, onion, pepper and salt in a large saucepan, and simmer, uncovered, for 10 minutes. Add haddock, lima beans, and sherry and simmer 20 minutes, stirring occasionally, breaking haddock into bite-sized pieces. Serve hot. Yield: 4 servings

IROQUOIS SOUP #2

4 1 1/2 3/4 1 1/2 2 2

cups cup cup lb. to tablespoons tablespoons

chicken broth chopped green or yellow onions cornmeal haddock,trout or bass fillets 2 cups fresh lima beans 4to6 wild mushrooms(morels,crimini,; or shiitake) thinly slice chopped fresh parsley chopped fresh dill salt and ground pepper

Place broth in a large saucepan. Add green onions and cornmeal. Simmer over low heat for 10 min. Add fish fillets, lima beans and mushrooms. Continue cooking for 25 min., stirring occasionally and breaking fish into small pieces. Add parsley and dill. Cook for 1 min. longer. Season to taste with salt and pepper and serve. Yield: serves 4 to 6.

Page 423

IROQUOIS SOUP (U'NEGA'GEI)

4 2 2 2 1 1/2 1 1/4 1 10 1/3

ea ea tbl tbl clove tsp ea tsp lb oz cup

large mushrooms, sliced 10 1/2 oz cans beef consomme yellow corn meal minced parsley garlic, crushed basil onion, thinly sliced fresh ground pepper, dash salt haddock fillets baby lima beans dry sherry (optional)

A delicious fish soup! Place the mushrooms, consomme, corn meal, parsley, garlic, basil, onion, pepper and salt in a large saucepan, and simmer, uncovered, for 10 minutes. Add haddock, lima beans, and sherry and simmer 20 minutes, stirring occasionally, breaking haddock into bite-sized pieces. Serve hot. The Iroquois were blessed with clear, cool lakes and sparkling streams, and both served up an abundance of fish. Fish soup, or u'nega'gei, as the Iroquois called it, was a favorite. One early recipe is described, 'Fish of any kind is boiled in a pot with a quantity of water. It is then removed and coarse corn siftings stirred in to make a soup of suitable consistency.' When wild onions and greens were available, they were usually tossed into the soup pot, adding both color and flavor. Yield: serving size: 4

Page 424

IROQUOIS SOUP (U'NEGA'GEI)

4 2 2 2 1 1/2 1 1/4 1 10 1/3

ea ea tbl tbl clove tsp ea tsp lb oz cup

large mushrooms, sliced 10 1/2 oz cans beef consomme yellow corn meal minced parsley garlic, crushed basil onion, thinly sliced fresh ground pepper, dash salt haddock fillets baby lima beans dry sherry (optional)

Place the mushrooms, consomme, corn meal, parsley, garlic, basil, onion, pepper and salt in a large saucepan, and simmer, uncovered, for 10 minutes. Add haddock, lima beans, and sherry and simmer 20 minutes, stirring occasionally, breaking haddock into bite-sized pieces. Serve hot. The Iroquois were blessed with clear, cool lakes and sparkling streams, and both served up an abundance of fish. Fish soup, or u'nega'gei, as the Iroquois called it, was a favorite. One early recipe is described, 'Fish of any kind is boiled in a pot with a quantity of water. It is then removed and coarse corn siftings stirred in to make a soup of suitable consistency.' When wild onions and greens were available, they were usually tossed into the soup pot, adding both color and flavor. Yield: serving size: 4

Page 425

IROQUOIS SOUP (U'NEGA'GEI)

4 2 2 2 1 1/2 1 1/4 1 10 1/3

ea ea tbl tbl clove tsp ea tsp lb oz cup

large mushrooms, sliced 10 1/2 oz cans beef consomme yellow corn meal minced parsley garlic, crushed basil onion, thinly sliced fresh ground pepper, dash salt haddock fillets baby lima beans dry sherry (optional)

Place the mushrooms, consomme, corn meal, parsley, garlic, basil, onion, pepper and salt in a large saucepan, and simmer, uncovered, for 10 minutes. Add haddock, lima beans, and sherry and simmer 20 minutes, stirring occasionally, breaking haddock into bite-sized pieces. Serve hot. The Iroquois were blessed with clear, cool lakes and sparkling streams, and both served up an abundance of fish. Fish soup, or u'nega'gei, as the Iroquois called it, was a favorite. One early recipe is described, 'Fish of any kind is boiled in a pot with a quantity of water. It is then removed and coarse corn siftings stirred in to make a soup of suitable consistency.' When wild onions and greens were available, they were usually tossed into the soup pot, adding both color and flavor. Yield: serving size: 4

Page 426

IROQUOIS SOUP FROM LOREN MARTIN

4 2 2 2 1 1/2 1 1/4 10 1/3

ea ea tb tb cl ts ea ts oz c

Large mushrooms, sliced 10 1/2 oz cans beef consomme Yellow corn meal Minced parsley Garlic, crushed Basil Onion, thinly sliced Fresh ground pepper, dash Salt Baby lima beans Dry sherry (optional) Smoked Salmon, 12 oz

Place the mushrooms, consomme, corn meal, parsley, garlic, basil, onion, pepper and salt in a large saucepan, and simmer, uncovered, for 10 minutes. Add haddock, lima beans, and sherry and simmer 20 minutes, stirring occasionally, breaking haddock into bite-sized pieces. Serve hot. The Iroquois were blessed with clear, cool lakes and sparkling streams, and both served up an abundance of fish. Fish soup, or u'nega'gei, as the Iroquois called it, was a favorite. One early recipe is described, "Fish of any kind is boiled in a pot with a quantity of water. It is then removed and coarse corn siftings stirred in to make a soup of suitable consistency." When wild onions and greens were available, they were usually tossed into the soup pot, adding both color and flavor. From: The Art of American Indian Cooking by Yeffe Kimball and Jean Anderson, Avon Books, New York, NY, 1965.

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IROQUOIS SOUP FROM LOREN MARTIN

4 2 2 2 1 1/2 1 1 1/4 1 10 1/3 oz cup teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon centiliter teaspoon

large mushrooms, sliced 10 1/2 oz cans beef consomme yellow corn meal minced parsley garlic, crushed basil onion, thinly sliced fresh ground pepper, dash salt haddock fillets, 12 oz baby lima beans dry sherry (optional)

Place the mushrooms, consomme, corn meal, parsley, garlic, basil, onion, pepper and salt in a large saucepan, and simmer, uncovered, for 10 minutes. Add haddock, lima beans, and sherry and simmer 20 minutes, stirring occasionally, breaking haddock into bite-sized pieces. Serve hot. The Iroquois were blessed with clear, cool lakes and sparkling streams, and both served up an abundance of fish. Fish soup, or u'nega'gei, as the Iroquois called it, was a favorite. One early recipe is described, "Fish of any kind is boiled in a pot with a quantity of water. It is then removed and coarse corn siftings stirred in to make a soup of suitable consistency." When wild onions and greens were available, they were usually tossed into the soup pot, adding both color and flavor. From: The Art of American Indian Cooking by Yeffe Kimball and Jean

Page 428 Anderson, Avon Books, New York, NY, 1965. Yield: 4 servings

IROQUOIS STEW WITH BEEF, CHICKEN AND PORK
By: Bon Appetit 11/95 1 1 4 4 1 1 3 3 6 1/4 2 lb lb tb tb lb lb c lg bay ts lg boneless chuck; cut into 1' pieces boneless pork shoulder; cut into 1' pieces all-purpose flour vegetable oil skinless boneless chicken thigh; cut into 1' pieces onions; cut into 1' pieces canned low-salt chicken broth carrots; cut into 1' pieces leaves ground allspice russet potatoes; peeled; cut into 1-inch pieces Place beef and pork in large bowl; season with salt and pepper. Sprinkle 3 tablespoons flour over; toss to coat. Heat 3 tablespoons oil in large Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Working in batches, add beef and pork to pot; saute until brown, about 4 minutes per batch. Using slotted spoon, transfer meats to plate. Place chicken in same large bowl; season with salt and pepper. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon flour over; toss to coat. Add chicken to pot; saute until brown, about 4 minutes. Transfer chicken to small bowl. Add remaining 1 tablespoon oil and onions to same pot; saute untl brown, about 5 minutes. Return beef, pork and any collected juices to pot. Add broth, carrots, bay leaves and ground allspice. Bring to boil. Reduce heat to medium-low. Cover; simmer 30 minutes. Add chicken with any juices and potatoes to pot. Cover and simmer until all meats and vegetables are tender, about 45 minutes. Remove bay leaves. Season to taste with salt and pepper. You can make it 'Pan-Indian' by making some Frybread to go with the stew and dont forget the generic soda pop, good ol' Shasta. Yield: 6 servings

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IROQUOIS STEW WITH BEEF, CHICKEN AND PORK

----NORMA WRENN---1 1 4 4 1 1 1 3 1 3 6 1/4 2 1 teaspoon large large lb cup lb lb tablespoon tablespoon lb boneless chuck; cut into 1 pieces boneless pork shoulder; cut into 1 pieces all-purpose flour vegetable oil skinless boneless chicken thigh; cut into 1 pieces onions; cut into 1 pieces canned low-salt chicken broth carrots; cut into 1 pieces bay leaves ground allspice russet potatoes; peeled; cut into 1-inch pieces

Place beef and pork in large bowl; season with salt and pepper. Sprinkle 3 tablespoons flour over; toss to coat. Heat 3 tablespoons oil in large Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Working in batches, add beef and pork to pot; saute until brown, about 4 minutes per batch. Using slotted spoon, transfer meats to plate. Place chicken in same large bowl; season with salt and pepper. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon flour over; toss to coat. Add chicken to pot; saute until brown, about 4 minutes. Transfer chicken to small bowl. Add remaining 1 tablespoon oil and onions to same pot; saute untl brown, about 5 minutes. Return beef, pork and any collected juices to pot. Add broth, carrots, bay leaves and ground allspice. Bring to boil. Reduce heat to medium-low. Cover; simmer 30 minutes. Add chicken with any juices and potatoes to pot. Cover and simmer until all meats and vegetables are tender, about 45 minutes. Remove bay leaves. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Source: Bon Appetit 11/95 From: "John Weber" <hdbrer@ibm.Net> Yield: 6 servings

Page 430

IROQUOIS THREE SISTERS

4 1 2 5 2 1 1 16 16 32

oz

salt pork, cut into cubes onion, diced celery sticks, diced

quart

vegetable stock, cold carrots, diced butternut squash, peeled, halved, seeded, diced

oz oz oz

can red kidney beans can mixed beans can white hominy corn

In a large saucepan or soup pot, add salt pork and saut‚ on medium for several minutes. Add onions and celery and saut‚ 5 minutes. Add stock, then carrots and squash. Bring to a boil and cook until vegetables are tender. Reduce heat and simmer 20 to 25 minutes. Add beans 15 minutes before serving. Makes 10 to 12 servings. Compliments of Chef Arnold Olson Chef Arnold Olson prepares his specialties in Canadian Aboriginal fare providing a very unique menu for any special event, conference or meeting. Arnold has trained and worked with some of the most recognized Canadian and European chefs. Some of his achievements include The Halifax G7Summit of 1995 preparing an Aboriginal Meal for the seven Heads of State as well as being a World Gold Medalist for the 1992 Culinary Olympics at Frankfurt, Germany. Arnold Olson From: Godbless777 <godbless777@worldnet Yield: 4 servings

Page 431

IROQUOIS, CORN SOUP

1 3/4 1 10 1 1 8 4 6 1 1/4 1

cup large cup teaspoon teaspoon cup cup

(425 ml) white navy beans or 2 small pork hocks (2.5 l) cold water (5 ml) salt (5 ml) pepper (2 l) hot water (1 l) dried lyed corn (sub. cups/1 5 l frozen corn kernels)

cup

(50 ml) butter extra butter, salt & pepper

Generously cover beans with cold water & soak overnight or up to 12 hrs. Drain. Wash pork hocks thoroughly.Cut deeply into the rind of each hock in 3-4 places. Place pork hocks & the 10 cups (2.5 L) cold water in a lg soup pot. Add salt & pepper. Bring water to a boil. Cover & simmer over md heat for 1 hr. Add the 8 cups hot water & lyed corn to the soup pot. Cover, reduce heat & simmer 2 hrs. Add the butter mid-way through cooking. Once the soup starts to thicken, remove pork hocks. Cut meat from bones. Return meat to pot. Re-cover & continue to simmer 30 minutes longer or until soup thickens. Stir often or soup may scorch on the bottom. To serve: Soup is best served piping hot with fresh white bread or buns. Butter, salt & pepper are added at the table to taste. sxzlady; <sunshinz@buffnet.net>; 2-6-02 From: "Steven Friedman" <sfriedman@dockdate: Sat, 13 Mar 2004 08:42:50 ~0800 Yield: 4 servings

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JACKFISH LODGE: THREE SISTER SOUP
By: Elizabeth Baird: 'A Blend of Native and New' 2 2 2 1 1/2 2 2 3/4 1/2 c c c c tb tb ts ts corn kernels green beans, chopped butternut squash potatoes, diced all-purpose flour butter, softened salt pepper

In large pot, combine corn, green beans, squash, potatoes and 5 cups water; bring to boil. Reduce heat; simmer, covered, for about 10 minutes or until vegetables are almost tender. Blend together flour and butter; stir into soup. Increase heat to medium; cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Stir in salt and pepper. This was Chef Bertha Skye's signature soup. She was a 1992 Culinary Olympic Gold Medalist in Frankfurt. You can use any squash or dried or fresh bean and add meat if you wish. Bertha Skye is a Cree from the Six Nations reserve. She has been on the Canadian Culinary Olympic team, written cooks books and appeared on 'Cooking with the Wolfman' and other TV cooking shows. My Variation: add 2 cups cubed venison, pork or other meat and herbs such as savory, basil or thyme. Yield: 6 servings

Page 433

JACQUELINE'S CHILE HEAD VENISON GREEN CHILE STEW

2 3 2 1 4 1 2 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1

lb tablespoon can can can large large

ground venison oil white shoepeg corn (with liquid) (4 oz) hot green chiles (with liquid) diced tomatoes (with liquid) can paste onion cloves of garlic, pressed salt & pepper to taste shredded cheese sour cream your favorite hot sauce (i.e el yucateco red)

Brown venison and onion in oil in a heavy pot. Add garlic a minute or two before it's done. Then, add the rest if the ingredients and a few cups of water. Bring to simmer and add paste. Adjust water/paste combination to your liking. Cook for about an hour. Serve with shredded cheese, sour cream, and your favorite hot sauce. A nice way to use ground venison, especially when your honey and his father fill their tags. From: Jacqueline Groot <jacquelineg@em. Yield: 4 servings

JERKY STEW

1 1 pound jerky, coarsley sliced

ingreadients:

2 cups dried hominy, soaked at least eight hours or canned or frozen hominy 1 1/2 - 2 cups chopped green onions 1 pound of new or red potatoes, diced 1 teaspoon of ground sage salt and pepper to taste Instructions: Place jerky, dried hominy, and green onions in a large kettle. (If using canned or frozen hominy, add it during the last hour of cooking.) Cover with water and bring to the boil. Reduce heat to a simmer and cook, covered, for 2 hours, until hominy is just tender. Add potatoes, sage, and salt and pepper and cook an additional 30-40 minutes, until potatoes are tender. Add more water if necessary. Yield: 4-6

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JERKY STEW

1 1 1 1 1

lb cup large lb

jerky, beef or buffalo whole dried hominy, soaked overnigh yellow onion, peeled/chopped potatoes*, unpeeled/diced salt and pepper to taste

*Native Americans would have used prairie potatoes -- arrowhead (Sagittaria latifolia). : Break the jerky up into 1-inch pieces and place in a heavy, lidded kettle. Drain the hominy and add to the jerky, along with the onion. Cover with water and bring to a boil. Simmer, covered, until the hominy is tender, about 2 hours. You will have to watch this closely, as more water will have to be added as you go along. Add the potatoes and cook for an additional 20 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. : Source: "The Frugal Gourmet Cooks American" by Jeff Smith. : From: Connie Robertson Format Recipes (Mailing List) Ä Yield: 6 servings Date: 17 Dec 96 Meal-Master

JERUSALEM ARTICHOKE SOUP

1 1 1 1 3 1 1/4

lb tsp md tbs cups cup cup

jerusalem artichokes lemon juice onion, chopped olive oil chicken broth salt and pepper milk walnuts, toasted

Peel the artichokes. Cut them in half. Rub the cut halves with lemon juice and set side. Chop the rest of the vegetables. Heat the olive oil. Add the artichokes and saute them, along with the onion, for 10 minutes. Stir occasionally. Add the stock, salt and pepper. Bring the stock to a boil, reduce heat, cover and simmer for 30 minutes. When cooked, remove from heat and let cool. Place soup in a blender in batches and puree until smooth. Return to a clean pot, add the soy milk and bring back to a boil. Serve in bowls, garnished with walnuts. Yield: 4 servings.

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JERUSALEM ARTICHOKE SOUP

1

x

no ingredients

2 lb Jerusalem artichokes 6 c Chicken broth 1 c Thinly sliced green onions Salt/pepper to taste 2 tb Minced fresh dill Scrub Jerusalem artichokes and cook in simmering water 30-40 minutes, until tender. Drain and discard cooking liquid. Peel and mash artichokes and place in a large saucepan. Stir in chicken broth and green onions. Simmer for about 15 minutes; season to taste with salt/pepper and serve sprinkled with dill. Source: Spirit of the Harvest Yield: 1 servings

JERUSALEM ARTICHOKE SOUP WITH LEMON AND SAFFRON

2 2 1 1 1/2 1 4 1 10 2 1 1/2 2 1

medium tablespoon lb cup

onions, 1/2-inch dice extra-virgin olive oil clove garlic, minced jerusalem artichokes, peeled and quartered chicken broth salt, pepper to 12 blanched almonds

tablespoon pinch tablespoon

water saffron lemon, juiced chopped fresh italian parsley, with stems

Using a heavy casserole with a cover, saute the onions in the olive oil over low heat, covered, about 20 minutes. Uncover, add garlic and the artichokes, and increase heat. Continue to saute for a few more minutes. Add the chicken broth and salt and pepper, to taste. Bring to a boil and simmer, covered, for 30 minutes. Grind the almonds in a spice grinder and mix with the water. Whisk the mixture into the soup along with with saffron strands and the lemon juice. Reheat, sprinkle parsley on top, and serve. FoodNetwork http://www.vegparadise.com From: Linda Roberts <lrobe684@bellsouthdate: Sun, 16 Nov 2003 15:53:18 ~0500 Yield: 4 servings

Page 436

JOCKEY CLUB WILD BOAR

1 2 8 1 1/2 2 2 1 2 8 1 1 6 2 4 1 1/3 1/2 3/4

can cup cup teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon

condensed consomme' cider vinegar red wine ground black pepper salt bay leaves crumbled thyme garlic cloves; chopped juniper berries piece wild boar meat (about 5 pounds) carrots scraped and quartered

large can cup cup cup

onions; quartered celery stalks cut into 2-inch lengt; hs condensed beef broth currant jelly flour; mixed with water

Combine consomme', vinegar, wine, pepper, salt, bay leaves, thyme, garlic, and juniper berries in a glass or enamel bowl. Place boar meat into marinade. Let marinate for 2 days at room temperature. Place meat and marinade in a large kettle. Cover and simmer for 2 to 2-1/2 hours or until meat is almost tender. Add carrots, onions, celery. Cover and simmer until vegetables are tender, about 20 minutes. Remove meat and vegetables and keep warm. Add beef broth, currant jelly, and flour mixture to pan liquid. Stir until sauce bubbles and thickens slightly. Let sauce cook at a boil until it becomes the thickness of a good brown gravy. Pour hot gravy over portions of sliced boar and vegetables. Serve with Chestnut Puree. Adaption from recipe by Claude Bouchet, Jockey Club (Washington, D.C.) Campbell's Great Restaurants Cookbook, U.S.A. Electronic format courtesy of Karen Mintzias 23 NOV 95 From: Michael Loo Yield: 10 servings Date: 10 Oct 02

Page 437

JUGGED HARE (RABBIT) ENGLAND, 1783

4 3 3 2 1/4 2 1/2 1/4 1/4 1/2

lb tablespoon tablespoon lb cup teaspoon cup teaspoon

to 5 lb hare or rabbit; jointed flour bacon drippings onions; sliced (1/2 cup) diced bacon light game stock ground cloves mixed sweet herbs mace

Flour the pieces of hare and brown them in the bottom of a dutch oven or deep fireproof jug, in the bacon drippings; remove the pieces when browned, add the onions and brown them, and then add the bacon. Replace the hare and add the stock, cloves, mixed herbs and mace. Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat and simmer gently for 2 to 3 hours, or until tender. From _The London Art of Cookery_ John Farley, 1783 in _Seven Centuries of English Cooking_. Compiled and updated by Maxime de la Falaise. Grove Press, 1992. Typos by Jeff Pruett. From: Dave Drum Yield: 6 servings Date: 12-13-02

KANAHE'NA

2 1 1

cup

hickory cane corn, cracked corn meal (for grits) water

You can get hickory cane corn, which has a large kernel, at any farmer's market. You use the seed corn. I have some here, and it's very easy to crack. Crack the corn, sweeping aside the hulls that may be left. These will be added to the grits. Add however much cornmeal you want to thicken the soup, and then toss in the cracked corn. Boil this until the cracked corn is soft, and season to taste. The original Cherokee never added seasoning but people do this now to add some flavor. This is how the grandmothers used to make it for their families. From: Native-Cooking-L@onelist.com From: "~tu'ti~" <tsalagi@ehmail.Com> Yield: 4 servings

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KANGAROO STEW (VENISON BOURGUIGNON)

2 1/2 1 1 12 1 2 1 1 1 4 1 1 1/2 1

lb slice small tablespoon pinch

venison, cut in stewing pieces bacon, 1/2-inch thick onions, cut up salt and pepper to taste flour bottle red wine thyme bay leaf sprigs parsley and/or parsley root

small lb tablespoon

clove garlic, finely minced fresh mushrooms tomato paste

Choose good heavy meat, a very deep red and lightly marbled with fat. Cut it, or have it cut, in cubes about 1 to 1 1/2-inches. If you can, buy the bacon in one thick 1/2-inch slice and cut this into small cubes. Take your nicest, heavi- est pot; put the bacon in it and let it brown and render some of its fats until just golden all over. Remove with a slotted spoon and add the onions. Brown them in the bacon fat. Remove them and let them wait with the bacon while you brown the venison. Brown the meat thoroughly for its juice gives stews their color and flavor. Toss the meat with a spoon or fork over high heat, seasoning it well with salt and pepper. Let the juices get quite dark at the bottom of the pot as you do this. Return the onions and bacon to the pot and sprinkle the flour over all. Mix with a spoon so the flour can absorb some of the fat. Give it a chance to brown slightly, then pour in enough wine to barely cover the meat. Add a good pinch of thyme, the bay leaf, the parsley and parsley root and the crushed garlic. Cover the pot and simmer gently for about 1 1/2 hours. Keep the fire very low and the pot well covered. Clean the mushrooms, fresh ones if possible and cut off the bottom of the stems. Don't peel them, it wastes the mushrooms. Slice them and add them to the stew. Their fragrance and taste will mix with the sauce. Stir in a tablespoonful of tomato paste. (The purpose of the tomato paste in this case is just to thicken slightly and give a rich color to the sauce; so don't use too much. It should add a little body to the flavor but no tomato taste.) Simmer for another half hour or so after you have added the mushrooms and tomato paste. Taste and correct the season- ing, if necessary. Note: This is one of those wonderful dishes which tastes even better reheated. So you can make it the day before. Catherine Seskus from Sequoyah School Yield: 1 servings

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KANGAROO TAIL SOUP W' WATTLESEED LINGUINI

8 1 60 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 pinch teaspoon gm cup liter teaspoon medium small

kangaroo tail, joints of... flour, plain butter peas, split, soaking is optional. stock, meat or vegetable salt carrots,-diced. turnip,-peeled and diced. onions,-sliced. garlic cloves,-chopped. sugar, brown, [1 dessertspoon of...; ] bay leaves native thyme, dry salt pepper, freshly ground. wattleseed linguini [#] bush tomato, [*] ground.

Dust kangaroo tail with a little flour. Melt half the butter in a pan, add the kangaroo joints and cook until they're brown on the outside. Remove and place in a large saucepan. Add split peas, cover with stock and salt. Bring to the boil slowly, skimming the top occasionally. Cover and cook gently for about 2 1/2 hours. Melt the additional butter and, very lightly, saute vegetables. When the joint has been cooking for about 2 hours, add sauteed vegetables, brown sugar, bay leaves and thyme. Add additional salt and pepper to taste. Simmer for another hour. Check and stir periodically. When cool enough to handle, remove kangaroo tail with slotted spoon, and if preferred, slice the meat from the bone, discard any fatty or hard sections. Return meat to soup and chill so that any fat can easily be removed from the top. When required reheat. Cook enough linguini according to directions for 4 small garnishing serves. Serve soup in preheated bowls and sprinkle with ground bush tomato. Garnish with wattleseed linguini. Serves 4. [*] Available from BUSH TUCKER SUPPLY AUSTRALIA [#] Available from AUSTRALIAN NATIVE PRODUCE INDUSTRIES P/L - RED OCHRE PRODUCE from A TASTE OF AUSTRALIA by JOY ROSS & ALISTAIR PUNSHON typed by KEVIN JCJD SYMONS

Page 440 From: Kevin Jcjd Symons Yield: 4 servings Date: 19 Mar 98

KARL'S BEAR ROAST

4 1 1 1/2 1 2 1/2 1/2 3 1/4 1/4 2 1

lb

bear roast or rump - thin fat to 1/2 cloves garlic salt and pepper

small teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon cup

onions chopped rib celery with leaves, sage flour thyme savory beef stock i tsp. worcestershire

Pre heat oven to 500 degrees. Cut deep slits in top of roast and insert garlic slices. Salt and pepper the meat well. Lay a few fat slices under the roast, put it in preheated oven, and roast 20 minutes or so until you the fat browns. Turn the heat down to 300-325 degrees and roast about 2 1/2 hours. When done, remove roast and the fat cracklings to a hot pan or platter. Gravy: Retain 2-3 tablespoons of fat in the roasting pan with the drippings and in it saute the finely chopped onions and celery. Stir in the flour and herbs. Stir on a low flame until thickens, stir in the herbs. Add Worcestershire sauce. From: TheOutdoorGourmet@onelist.com From: "Karl E. Moser (Ke3nf)" <karl-M@hdate: Thu, 24 Jun 1999 09:06:51 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

Page 441

KARL'S CARIBOU SWISS STEAK

4 2/3 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 2 1/2 1/4 1/2 1

lb cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

caribou steak flour vegetable shortening cayenne pepper marjoram savory onions, sliced green pepper sliced rib celery with leaves chopped cloves garlic

teaspoon teaspoon cup cup

salt freshly ground pepper dry red wine broth

Pound into the steak as much of the flour as possible. Use a wooden meat mallet. It not only draws and absorbs meat flavor but thickens the gravy to the right consistency. Heat oil, and brown the floured meat on both sides. Do this over a steady medium heat but brown it well. (It may take 2O-30 minutes to get properly done). Dust the cayenne pepper and the herbs over the meat. Scatter sliced onion, pepper slices, and diced celery around the meat. Add garlic, salt and pepper, and carefully pour the red wine and broth on, around, and under the steak. Cover closely and simmer over low heat (225-250 degrees if using an electric skillet) for about 2 hours or until meat tests tender with a fork. Baste the meat as often as convenient, turning the steak two or three times in the process and scraping up and stirring in the browned flour under the meat in process. Add liquid (hot water or a mix of hot broth and wine) if need be so the gravy ends up with the right consistency. From: TheOutdoorGourmet@onelist.com From: "Karl E. Moser (Ke3nf)" <karl-M@hdate: Thu, 24 Jun 1999 09:14:42 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

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KARL'S HERBED VENISON AND MUSHROOM

3 1 1 3 1 1/3 2 1/2 1/2 3/4 1 2 1 1/3 5 1 1 1/3

tablespoon lb

butter portabella mushrooms,raw sliced red onions,raw,finely chopped

cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon lb cup pinch cup

flour,all-purpose salt paprika cayanne pepper multi colored peppercorns, fresh ground venison steaks, 1 inch thick butter garlic,clove,raw, crushed rosemary leaves beef stock

Melt butter in skillet; add mushrooms and onions and saute until tender. Place mushrooms and onions in shallow, 2-quart casserole and set aside. Combine flour, salt, paprika,cayanne pepper and peppercorn; dredge venison in flour mixture. Melt butter in skillet, add venison, and brown well. Place venison over onions and mushrooms in casserole. Top with garlic and rosemary. Pour beef stock over top. Loosen browned particles from skillet and add to casserole. Cover and bake 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 45 minutes. Serve with sauce over egg noodles Bon Appetit.. Karl(KE3NF) Karls Eatery [ICQ # 16639454] http://24.3.49.34 or http2//Karls_Eatery.com Http://www.fortunecity.com/littleitaly/machievelli/97 From: "Karl E. Moser (Ke3nf)" <karl-M@h Yield: 4 servings

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KARL'S MUSKRAT STEW

1 1 1 2 1/2 7 1 1 3 1/4 3 2 teaspoon medium cup tablespoon cup teaspoon cup

muskrat cut into pieces flour salt and pepper butter boiling water thyme corn potatoes, cubed cayenne onions, sliced canned tomatoes with juice

Roll the muskrat pieces in flour, salt, and pepper. Brown in butter. Add muskrat and all other ingredients, (with the exception of the tomatoes), to the boiling water, cover, and simmer for 1/2 to 2 hours. Add the tomatoes and continue to simmer another hour. From: TheOutdoorGourmet@onelist.com From: "Karl E. Moser (Ke3nf)" <karl-M@hdate: Thu, 24 Jun 1999 09:21:21 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

KARL'S STUFFED POSSUM

1 1 1/8 5 2 3 2 1 quart cup

possum, whole cold water salt beef bouillon cubes bay leaves celery stalks chopped onions sliced bag packaged stuffing

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Soak possum in cold salt water for 10 hours. Rinse meat in cold water and refrigerate 2-4 hours. Prepare stuffing according to package directions. Stuff possum cavity with prepared packaged stuffing. Close cavity tightly. Place stuffed possum in roasting pan, add water, bouillon cubes, bay leaves, celery and onion. After 2 hours turn meat. Reduce heat to 300 degrees. Cook for 1 more hour. Test roast, if not done reduce heat and cook until done. From: TheOutdoorGourmet@onelist.com From: "Karl E. Moser (Ke3nf)" <karl-M@hdate: Thu, 24 Jun 1999 09:22:16 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

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KARL'S WOODCHUCK STEW

1 1 1 2 1/2 7 1 1 3 1/4 3 2 teaspoon medium cup tablespoon cup teaspoon cup

woodchuck cut into pieces flour salt and pepper butter boiling water thyme corn potatoes, cubed cayenne onions, sliced canned tomatoes with juice

Roll the woodchuck pieces in flour, salt, and pepper. Brown in butter. Add woodchuck and all other ingredients, (with the exception of the tomatoes), to the boiling water, cover, and simmer for 1/2 to 2 hours. Add the tomatoes and continue to simmer another hour. From: TheOutdoorGourmet@onelist.com From: "Karl E. Moser (Ke3nf)" <karl-M@hdate: Thu, 24 Jun 1999 09:25:20 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

Page 445

KATHIE JENKINS WILD RICE SOUP

1/4 4 2 1 1 1/2 1/3 1 2 2 2 1/2 4 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 4 4 3

cup

butter celery stalks, chopped carrots peeled and diced

small small cup cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon quart cup cup teaspoon cup cup

onion, diced red onion, diced green onions, sliced slivered almonds dill weed black pepper garlic salt bay leaves turmeric chicken stock wild rice, well washed white rice, well washed salt egg yolks cooked chicken diced mushrooms, sliced

Melt butter in skillet over medium heat, add celery, carrots, all onions and almonds and saute until slightly tender, stirring occasionally, about 5 minutes. Add dill weed, pepper, garlic salt, bay leaves and turmeric. In separate large pot, bring chicken stock, wild rice, white rice and salt to boil. Reduce heat, add celery mixture, cover and simmer 30 minutes, Add more stock if too thick. Whisk 1 C hot soup into yolks, then whisk back into soup. Add chicken and mushrooms, discard bay leaves, Heat gently, Do not boil. Serve immediately. Each serving contains about 282 calories; 1,444 mg sodium; 111 mg cholesterol; 12 grams fat; 28 grams carbohydrates; 16 grams protein; .84 grams fiber. (To order Wild Rice write: Ray Leinbach, Box 202, Blackduck, MN, 56630) Yield: 12 servings

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KINIGAWISSIN (ASSINIWI'S VEGETABLE SOUP)

1 3 1/2 10 16 16 16 1 1 1

each tablespoon each each oz oz oz cup

green bell pepper, diced oil cucumber, diced shallots, diced green peas, cooked corn tomatoes, crushed jerusalem artichokes, mashed - -=or; =- potatoes grilled bannock salt &amp; pepper

Fry the pepper, cucumber &amp; shallots in the oil until tender. Add the peas, corn, tomatoes, artichoke or potato &amp; bannock. Season to taste. Stir well &amp; heat until everything is hot. Yield: 1 recipe

KINIGAWISSIN (ASSINIWI'S VEGETABLE SOUP)

1 3 1/2 10 16 16 16 1 1 1 oz oz oz cup tablespoon

green bell pepper, diced oil cucumber, diced shallots, diced green peas, cooked corn tomatoes, crushed jerusalem artichokes, mashed - -=or; =- potatoes grilled bannock salt & pepper

Fry the pepper, cucumber & shallots in the oil until tender. Add the peas, corn, tomatoes, artichoke or potato & bannock. Season to taste. Stir well & heat until everything is hot. Fast & easy Bernard Assiniwi, "Indian Recipes" From: Mark Satterly Date: 09-02-95 Gourmet Yield: 1 recipe

Page 447

KINIGAWISSIN (CREE - ASSINIWI'S VEGETABLE SOUP)

1 3 1/2 10 16 16 16 1

ea tbl ea ea oz oz oz cup

green bell pepper, diced oil cucumber, diced shallots, diced green peas, cooked corn tomatoes, crushed jerusalem artichokes, mashed, or p; otatoes grilled bannock (bread) salt and pepper

Fry the pepper, cucumber & shallots in the oil until tender. Add the peas, corn, tomatoes, Jerusalem artichoke or potato and bannock. Season to taste. Stir well and heat until everything is hot.

Page 448

KINLOCH'S GAME SOUP

----STOCK---3 2 1/2 3 2 1 1 1 4 2 2 2 1 1/2 1/2 4 1 1 1 1/4 cup tablespoon centiliter tablespoon slice teaspoon quart game carcases; preferably from uncooked water onions; peeled & stuck with clove ribs celery handful black peppercorns kosher salt bouquet garni ----SOUP---butter bacon; chopped carrots; chopped potatoes; chopped garlic; chopped lemon rind; pared orange rind; pared juniper berries; crushed redcurrant jelly salt & fresh black pepper port wine

Put all the stock ingredients into a large saucepan and cover with a lid. if you are using uncooked carcases, bring the water to simmering point, then drain off and measure 4 pints / 2 1/2 quarts / 2.5 litres of fresh water into the pan and bring to a simmering point once more (remember to add another tsp of salt). Once the water has reached a gentle simmer, cook. covered, for 3 hours. Cool, and strain the stock. Keep in the refrigerator and freeze the surplus stock for making game soup another time. Melt the butter in a large saucepan and add the bacon and onions; cook over moderate heat until the onions are soft and translucent, then add the carrots, potatoes, garlic, lemon and orange rind, and juniper berries. Cook for a further few minutes, then pour in 2 pints/ 5 cups /1.25 litres of the game stock. Half cover the pan with a lid and simmer gently for 40-45 minutes. Cool a bit, then liquidize, adding the redcurrant jelly to the soup in the liquidizer. Sieve the liquidized soup - game soup should be velvety smooth - and season to taste with salt and pepper. Add the port, and reheat to serve, garnished, if you like, with small croutons mixed with chopped parsley. This soup freezes very well. "Lady MacDonald's Scotland: The Best of Scottish Food & Drink" by Claire MacDonald A Bullfinch Press Book by Little, Brown & Co., London ISBN = 0-8212-1809-3 Scanned and formatted for you by The WEE Scot -- pol Mac Griogair From: Paul Macgregor Yield: 8 servings Date: 05-10-96

Page 449

KITCHI-JIGAGAMANJ-NABO (SHALLOT SOUP)

2 1/2 8 3/4 1 1/2 1/4

lb cup cup teaspoon teaspoon

shallots water watercress salt black pepper

Finely chop the shallots. Put all the ingredients into a soup pot & simmer for 45 minutes. Season & serve. Yield: 6 servings

KRUPSKI'S SAMP PORRIDGE

1 1 1 1 1

lb lb

beans (any type available) yellow or white samp (hulled corn, hominy) preserved meat, such as corned beef or salt pork

Indians and colonial settlers had hundreds of corn dishes, but before the late 1800s, no one wrote down recipes. This samp porridge, from food historian Alice Ross, is a version of the Eastern Woodlands Indians' nausamp. Peeled and cut root vegetables to taste, such as potato, carrots, onion, parsley Salt and pepper to taste 1. Soak beans in water overnight.2. In the morning, put samp into a large kettle with enough water to cover by three inches. Bring to a boil, then simmer for several hours, until tender; add water and stir from time to time.3. In another pot, cook soaked beans in water for 45 minutes, or until skins slip easily.4. One hour before serving, add prepared vegetables to samp and continue cooking until tender. Add beans. Correct flavor. Serve. Note: This dish improves with age, and is better after two to three days. From: Heidi Blatcher <heidilady@heidima Yield: 4 servings

Page 450

LAGUNA CHILI STEW (IROQUOIS STYLE)
By: Gerry Goyette - Mohawk 3 1 3 1 3 1 1 3 lbs. tsp. diced tsp. diced tsp. can tsp. diced chuck beef cumin medium potatoes salt med. yellow onions black pepper mild jalapeno peppers, lahuna chili sliced

Sear beef cubes in t 2bs corn oil in skillet and then add with the green pepper to a quart of boiling water in a 4 quart pot. Simmer for one hour. Add diced potatoes, onions, cumin, salt, pepper and chili. Simmer 30-40 minutes more or until potatoes are tender.

LAKOTA BUFFALO STEW

buffalo stew meat; medium chunks wild turnips onions, sliced In a large pot, put in buffalo meat, onions and turnips. Add water; cover and boil until done. Season as desired.

LAKOTA ELK STEW

1½ lbs elk meat, dried 2 8 12 dried cups wild rice onions, wild are best wild turnips ½ tsp. salt and pepper Soak turnips in water 1 hour, then place in large pot with elk; simmer about 2 hours. After simmering, add the onions, rice, salt and pepper. Boil 10 to 15 minutes, cover, and simmer for 5 minutes. Add your own seasons when finished.

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LAKOTA ELK STEW

1 1/2 2 8 12 1/2 1/2

lb cup

dried elk meat wild rice onions; wild are best dried wild turnips

teaspoon teaspoon

salt pepper

Soak turnips in water 1 hour, then place in large pot with elk; simmer about 2 hours. After simmering, add the onions, rice, salt and pepper. Boil 10-15 minutes, cover, and simmer for 5 minutes. Add your own seasonings when finished. Notes: This was downloaded 10/02/98 from a beautiful Native American website by Mitchell and Nancy Deer with Horns, http://www.angelfire.com/ct/deerwhorns/. Mitchell is from the Lakota tribe. This recipe came from http://www.angelfire.com/ct/deerwhorns/wildgame.html. Formatted for Mastercook by K. Hudson Lipin, 10/04/98 Recipe by: Nancy Deer With Horns From: Kathy And Lloyd Lipin <lipin21220 Yield: 6 servings

Page 452

LAMB AND BLACK BEAN CHILI
By: Bobby Flay 1/4 2 1/2 1 1/2 6 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 5 1 1 2 cup pounds large cloves (15-ounce) tablespoon tablespoons tablespoon tablespoon teaspoons tablespoon cups (12-ounce) to cups olive oil lamb from shoulder, boned and cut i; nto 1/2-inch cubes salt and freshly ground black peppe; r spanish onions, finely diced garlic, finely chopped can whole tomatoes, drained and pur; eed chipotle puree ancho chili powder pasilla chili powder ground cumin ground coriander dried mexican oregano chicken stock bottle dark beer dash ground cinnamon 2 tablespoons honey cooked or canned black beans chopped cilantro leaves, for garnis; h cumin crema, recipe follows avocado relish, recipe follows red onion relish, recipe follows fry bread, recipe follows cumin crema: 1 1 1 pint tablespoon tablespoon creme fraiche, mexican crema or sou; r cream ground cumin fresh lime juice salt and freshly ground pepper red onion relish: 2 2 1 1 1/4 3 4 1/2 1/2 2 2 tablespoons red tablespoon serrano cup tablespoons haas cup cup serrano canola oil onions, finely diced minced garlic chile, finely diced with seeds freshly squeezed lime juice salt and pepper finely chopped cilantro leaves avocado relish: avocados, peeled, pitted and choppe; d red onion, minced chopped cilantro leaves chiles, minced with seeds limes, juiced salt and pepper fry bread: 3 1 2 2 5 1 1/2 2 cups tablespoon tablespoons teaspoons tablespoons cups cups all-purpose flour baking powder dry milk powder salt, plus more for seasoning after; frying cold vegetable shortening water canola oil, for frying

with Cumin Crema, Red Onion Relish, Avocado Relish and Native American Fry Bread Heat the oil in a medium saucepan over high heat. Add the lamb, in batches, season with salt and pepper, and cook until seared and browned on all sides. Remove the lamb to a plate with a slotted spoon. Add the onion to the pan and cook until soft. Add the garlic and cook for 1 minute. Add the tomatoes, chipotle, and spices. Return the lamb to the pan, add the stock and beer; cover and cook at a simmer for over medium heat, about 1 hour, or until the lamb is tender and the mixture has thickened. After 30 minutes, check seasoning and add honey. During the last 15 minutes, add the cinnamon and cooked beans. Season with salt and pepper, to taste. Sprinkle with chopped cilantro. Ladle into bowls and top with a large dollop of Cumin Crema, Avocado Relish, and Red Onion Relish. Serve with fry bread on the side. crema: Whisk together ingredients in a bowl. Season with salt and pepper, to taste. Cover and refrigerate for at least 1 hour before serving. onion relish: Heat oil in a large saute pan over high heat. Add the onions, garlic, and chile to the pan and cook until soft. Add the lime juice and season with salt and pepper. Remove from the heat and stir in the cilantro. Avacado relish In a large bowl, combine avocado, red onion, cilantro, chiles, lime juice, and salt and pepper. Fold until incorporated. Fry Bread Combine flour, baking powder, milk powder, and salt in a large bowl. Cut the shortening in until the mixture is crumbly. Add the water and mix until the dough comes together. Place on a lightly floured surface and knead lightly until smooth. Cover with a dishcloth and let sit at room temperature for 1 hour. Heat the oil in a large high-sided saute pan until it reaches 350 degrees F. Divide the dough into 8 pieces and roll each piece out into a 4-inch circle. Fry the bread in the hot oil until golden brown on both sides. Remove to a sheet pan lined with paper towels and season with salt. Yield: 6 to 8 servings

Page 454

LAMB-RABBIT STOCK > JACK STECHER

1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 1/2 10 2

medium

onion, whole, peeled and pierced with whole cloves (or more to taste) head garlic, halved widthwise

medium

carrot, chopped into coarse chunks stalk celery, chopped into coarse chunks

medium

leek, cleaned, top removed, and chopped into coarse chunks (reserve top) bay leaf sprig fresh herbs (mint, rosemary, sage or cilantro) whole black peppercorns

cup cup lb

cognac water lamb and rabbit bones

Brown the bones in a 425F oven for 15 minutes, turning occassionally. In a large stockpot, simmer the chopped leak in 1/2 cup water, covered, until the leek turns translucent, about 5 to 10 minutes. Add the carrot and celery and stir, uncovered, letting simmer for 2 minutes. Pour in the cognac, and bring up to a boil; as soon as it hits a boil, reduce the heat slightly and toss in the onion, garlic and bones. Stir, then add the water. Do not Boil; instead, put over medium-low heat, and let creep up to a simmer. Take 2 pieces of the leek top, and sandwich the bayleaf and the fresh herbs between the leek pieces. Tie together with twine, to make your boquet garni. Add to the stock, along with the black peppercorns. Simmer, uncovered, for 4 to 5 hours, skimming off any foam from time to time. Strain. From: Erica Rodgers Date: 17 Sep 97 Eat-L List (Recipes And Food Folklore) Ä Yield: 1 servings

Page 455

LAPIN AU VIN

1 1 1/4 1/4 1 3/4 3/4 1 1/2 2 2 1 10 2 2 1 1

large lb cup cup cup cup oz teaspoon teaspoon slice

or 2 small rabbit[s] seasoned flour, for dredging diced salt pork shallots, chopped mushrooms, sliced chicken stock dry red wine brandy butter flour, opt'l ----IN A SPICE BAG---lemon rind peppercorns parsley sprigs ribs leafy celery bay leaf dried chile pepper, opt'l

Skin, clean, cut into pieces and dredge the rabbit[s] in flour. In a skillet render the salt pork and saute the shallots and mushrooms 5 min. If you don't have shallots, substitute mild onion plus a small clove of garlic. Remove and reserve the mushroom mixture. Saute the rabbit pieces until browned. Add the stock, wine and spice bag and simmer 1-2 hours until tender. Remove the spice bag and add the mushroom mixture 10 minutes before serving. Just before serving stir in a jigger of brandy and a swirl of butter. The gravy can optionally be thickened with a slurry of flour and water. Or the flour and butter can be made into a roux and added. From: Jim Weller Date: 12 Apr 95 Yield: 7 servings

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LAPIN AUX PRUNEAUX

1 6 1 1/2 1/2 7 10 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 6 1 4 tablespoon oz tablespoon fl oz large medium medium oz tablespoon oz oz fl oz fl oz

rabbit prunes oil butter flour ----MARINADE---red wine broth (stock) clove garlic (crushed) bouquet garni salt & pepper chopped parsley red wine bouquet garni onion, coarsely chopped carrot, coarsely chopped peppercorns slightly crushed oil ----LAPIN A LA FLAMANDE VARIANT---lardons *

Cut the rabbit into 6 or 7 pieces. Marinate the rabbit: put the pieces in a bowl (not aluminium) and add the marinade ingredients, wine, bouquet garni, onion carrot and pepper corns. Pour the oil on top. Cover and leave at room temperature, turning occasionally, for 4-12 hours. Alternatively the rabbit can be marinated in the refrigerator for 1-2 days. Pour boiling water over the prunes, cover and leave to soak for about three hours. Drain the rabbit and pat dry with paper towels. In a saut* pan or shallow casserole, heat the oil and butter and brown the rabbit pieces on all sides. Remove from the pan, add the onion and carrot from the marinade and saut* slightly until soft. Sprinkle the flour over the vegetables, stirring, until the flour browns. Stir in the marinade and red wine and bring to a boil. Add broth, garlic, bouquet garni, salt and pepper. Replace the rabbit pieces, cover and simmer for 25 mins. Transfer them to another shallow casserole and strain the sauce over the rabbit, pressing hard on the vegetables. Drain the prunes, add them to the rabbit, cover and simmer for 10-15 mins or until rabbit and prunes are tender. Transfer the rabbit to a serving dish and spoon the prunes on top. If necessary, boil to reduce the sauce until it just coats a spoon; taste for seasoning and spoon it over the rabbit. Sprinkle with parsley just before serving. Variant for Lapin * la Flamande With the prunes, add lardons - * bacon cut in cubes or finger shapes (lardons) Blanch the bacon if it is salty, and saut* lightly in butter before

Page 457 adding them to the rabbit for the last 10-15 mins of cooking. From: Carol Shenkenberger Yield: 6 servings Date: 06 Jan 98

LAPIN EN GIBELOTTE

4 1/4 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 1/4

lb lb tablespoon cup cup

rabbit cut into serving pieces thick-sliced bacon cut into 1 1/2-; in sticks flour chicken stock white wine garlic cloves; minced bouquet garni (parsley, thyme & bay; leaf)

tablespoon cup

tomato paste salt and pepper to taste heavy cream

SAUTE THE BACON IN A CASSEROLE. When the fat is rendered, saute the rabbit pieces in the fat. Season the rabbit with salt and pepper. Sprinkle all of the rabbit pieces in the casserole with the flour and toss well. Add the stock, wine, garlic, bouquet garni, tomato paste, salt and pepper. Simmer, covered, over low heat for 1 1/2 hours or in a 325F oven until it is tender. Remove the rabbit pieces, strain the sauce and skim off the fat. Pour the sauce into saucepan, reduce until thick and add the cream. Pour over rabbit and serve. Yield: 6 servings

LEDA'S DAYLILLY SOUP

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

daylilly flower petals wild or domestic garlic or onions spicy greens - radish, evening primrose, lady's thumb, etc. yellow or orange lentils soup broth- meat, veggie, fresh or boullion salt and pepper to taste

This can be made with fresh ingredients or dried. Lentils cook more quickly than other legumes, so they can be added at the samed time as the other ingredients. Sorry for the lack of measurements - depends on what I have on hand! Leda Combine all ingredients. Simmer until lentils are tender, about 20 min. From: EdibleWild@onelist.com Yield: 4 servings

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Page 459

LEMON RISOTTO WITH DUCK BREAST

1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2/3 1 3 1 1 1 1/2 2 1 1/4 1 2 1/4 1 1 2 teaspoon teaspoon cup medium cup cup tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon tablespoon cup teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon

whole duck breast (about 3/4 pound) garlic -- finely chopped salt and pepper lemon juice balsamic vinegar olive oil ***risotto*** imported risotto rice such as arborio chicken or vegetable broth butter olive oil garlic -- finely chopped fresh sage leaves -sliced* flat leaf parsley -chopped lemon peel -- minced dry red wine zucchini, unpeeled -- cut into 3/4 dice lemon juice

Prepare the duck. Place a sheet of aluminum foil over the broiler pan, then heat oven to broil. Cut the duck breast in half lengthwise; pat the 1 pieces dry with paper towels and score each by cutting a diamond pattern lightly into the skin and fat. Transfer to a small dish or bowl. In a small bowl, combine the garlic, 1/4 teaspoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon pepper, lemon juice and balsamic; stirring constantly with a small whisk or fork, slowly pour in the olive oil. Pour this mixture over the duck breast 1 pieces, making sure it coats all surfaces. Set aside. Prepare the risotto. Heat the broth in a saucepan. Do not let it boil. Melt butter with oil in a heavy bottom he onion and cook, stirring occasionally, until it is soft, 3 to 4 minutes. Add the garlic, 1 tablespoon each sage and parsley, the minced lemon peel and the rice. Stir until the grains are coated with oil, then add the red wine. Bring to a boil and reduce, stirring occasionally, until the wine is almost gone. Add 1/2 cup broth. Stir almost constantly with a wooden spoon and keep the broth at a gentle simmer. Add more broth as the liquid is absorbed, about 1/3 cup at a time. The rice should not be submerged in broth, nor should the pan become dry. It will take 18 to 20 minutes to cook the rice to the al dente stage (still slightly firm in the center). Meanwhile, place the diced zucchini in a bowl and toss with the lemon

Page 460 juice. Set aside. After risotto has cooked for 8 minutes, place the duck breasts under the broiler, skin side up. Cook for 4 minutes, turn them over and cook for an additional 2 minutes, or until just medium-rare. Transfer to a cutting board and cover loosely with foil. Spread the zucchini on the foil-lined broiler pan and broil until soft, 4 to 5 minutes, stirring once or twice. (As an alternative, the zucchini may be steamed ahead and simply added to the risotto without reheating.) As the risotto approaches al dente, after about 18 minutes, stir in the zucchini and remaining sage and parsley. Turn off the heat. Slice duck breast half crosswise into seven or eight slices. Mound risotto in the center of two warmed soup or dinner plates and place duck 1 slices against the sides of the risotto. To prepare sage, cut away stems, then roll leaves tightly, cigarette fashion, and cut crosswise into narrow strips. Recipe By : William Rice (Chicago Tribune Magazine 2/8/98)

From: Kris Young <krisy@womansjournal.C Yield: 2 servings

Page 461

LENCSELEVES FOGOYHUSSAL (LENTIL SOUP WITH PAR

2 1 6 1 1 1 1 1/4 2 1 1/2 1/3 lb tablespoon small teaspoon cup cup cup lb medium

partridges lentils broth, chicken veal bones carrots; peeled parsnip; peeled celery knob; peeled bacon, smoked flour, all-purpose onions; chopped mustard, prepared heavy cream

Soak partridges in cold water 3-4 hours. Place lentils in soup pot with chicken broth, veal bones, carrot, parsnip and celery. Slowly bring to a boil. Cut smoked bacon into small dice and render fat. With slotted spoon remove cracklings and set aside. Dry partridges. Very quickly brown the whole bird in the bacon drippings, giving them some color. Remove partridges and place in soup pot with lentils. Make a roux with the same fat used to brown the partridges and the flour and onion. Add 1/2 cup cold water and whip until smooth. When partridges and lentils are done, about 2 hours, add liquified roux. Cook for an additional 10 minutes. Take out partridges and bone them. Replace meat chunks in soup. Just before serving, whip mustard and cream into the soup. Note: partridges can be one of the toughest birds in the world, and the 2 hour cooking time may be longer. This is an excellent way to prepare what would otherwise be a very tough bird. MM and upload by DonW1948@aol.com / CBCH Yield: 6 servings

Page 462

LENTIL SOUP WITH PLANTAIN

1 1/2 2 2 1 1 1 1/4 6 1

cup single

dry green lentils an onion, chopped stalks of celery, chopped carrots, chopped

cup

chopped young plantain leaves clove of sliced garlic

cup cup tablespoon

wild rice chicken soup broth butter

Though Plantain leaves are not your run-of-the-mill salad or cooking green, the leaves are completely edible and are quite nutritious, with healthy amounts of vitamins A, K, and C. Harvest young leaves in the spring, as the older leaves are fairly tough. Boil like spinach in salt water, or tear and add to green salads. The seeds are also edible, with a nutty flavor, and can be dried on the stalks and then dispersed into soups, and stews for added flavor, nutrition and fiber. Heat the butter in a large saucepan and add celery, carrots, and garlic. Saute for a few minutes until heated through. Add the rest of the ingredients except rice and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer partially covered for about 2 hours. Add the rice and cook for another 20 minutes or until the rice is tender. From: Linda Roberts <lrobe684@bellsouth Yield: 4 servings

LIMA BEAN AND TOMATO SOUP

1 3 1 2 1/4 3 1 1

lb quart

dried lima beans water sprig parsley onions, sliced

lb

salt pork tomatoes, cored chili pequin, crushed

tablespoon

salt

Soak the beans in 1 1/2 quarts water for 3 1/2 hours; drain and rinse. Place in large, heavy kettle, cover with 1 1/2 quarts water, add remaining ingredients and simmer, slowly, for 1 hour. Uncover and simmer for 1 additional hour. Serve hot. From: The Art of American Indian Cooking by Yeffe Kimbell and Jean Anderson, Avon Books (a division of The Hearst Corporation), New York, NY, 1965.

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Yield: 6 servings

LITTLE CURRENT WILD RICE PILAF

1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 1/2 1 2 1/8 3

cup cup cup cup

native wild rice boiling chicken stock cookware spray chopped green onions cloves garlic, minced chopped sweet rice bell peppers bay leaves

teaspoon tablespoon

cayenne chopped fresh parsley

Little Current is one of the prettiest spots on Manitoulin Island – the largest fresh water island in the world – and has been home to the native Ojibway for thousands of years. Once prepared, this textured native dish is sometimes mixed with equal quantities of cooked brown or white rice. The wild rice is not expensive as a little goes a long way. Check our web site shopping mall The Longhouse for genuine native wild rice available by mail order. The following recipe is from Etienne Poirier, Jr., column in CARP NEWS: Rinse the rice and cover with the boiling stock. Simmer for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and let stand, covered, for 1 hour. Spray a heavy saucepan and sauté onions, garlic and chopped pepper for 5 minutes over medium heat, stirring. Add rice and stock to the onions along with the other ingredients, making sure bay leaves are at the bottom. Cover and simmer for 45 minutes or until rice is tender. Remove bay leaves, stir and serve. Yield: 4 servings. Preparation: 20 minutes plus soaking. Cooking: 45 minutes. Freezing: excellent. Per Serving: 160 calories. Excellent source of calcium, potassium and vitamin A. Enjoy. AboriganalTourism - Native Cuisine Yield: 1 servings

Page 464

LITTLE WOLF'S MUTTON STEW RECIPE

2 1 2 6 1 3

lb lb

neck, plate or shoulder of mutton potatoes onions salt and pepper

cup

hot water

Cut the mutton into small pieces and arrange in a stew pan. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and add the hot water. Cover closely and let the stew simmer for one hour, shaking the pan occasionally. Add the potatoes and onions, peeled and sliced, and cook another hour. Serve very hot. If desired, dumplings may be served with this stew. jakers6135@cs.com From: Melody Sheline <little_wolf_melod Yield: 4 servings

LITTLE WOLF'S SMOKED SHORT RIBS

4 10 1/2 3/4 1/4 2 1 2 1 1/2

lb oz cup cup tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

beef plate short ribs condensed tomato soup dry red wine finely chopped onion cooking oil prepared mustard chili powder paprika celery seed

Soak wood chips (Mesquite or Hickory) in enough water to cover about an hour before cooking time. Drain chips. In covered grill place SLOW coals on both sides of drip pan. Sprionkle coals with some dampened wood chips. Place ribs, bone side down on grill. Replace cover. Cook ribs till done, about 1 1/2-2 hours, adding more wood chips every half hour. Meanwhile, in saucepan mix tomato soup, wine, onion, cooking oil, mustard, chili powder, paprika, celery seed and 1/4 tsp salt. Heat sauce at side of grill. Brush ribs with sauce. Grill, uncovered, about 20 minutes more, brush ribs frequently with sauce. From: Melody Sheline <little_wolf_meloddate: Thu, 20 Feb 2003 21:26:55 ~0800 ( Yield: 4 servings

Page 465

LOIN OF BISON AND FOIE GRAS

potato puree 3 3/4 2 medium cup tablespoon idaho potatoes heavy cream butter salt and pepper to taste confit cabbage 1 2 1 3/4 46 42 2 1 1 1 lb. tablespoon tablespoon cup ounce ounce tablespoon tablespoon cup tablespoon savoy cabbage (leaves only) duck fat chopped pancetta chicken stock bison filets and foie gras medallions of bison pieces of hudson valley foie gras olive oil 25-year old balsamic vinegar assorted mushrooms, sliced and sear; ed chopped chives

Sauté with Potato Puree and 25 Year Old Balsamic Vinegar Potato Place cream and butter in a small sauce pot and reduce by half. Keep warm. Peel and cut potatoes into half, place in a medium pot and cover with water. Bring to boil over medium high heat and cook until fork tender (about 15 minutes). Strain potatoes, and pass through ricer into a medium mixing bowl. Slowly add cream and butter mixture, mix well. Adjust seasonings with salt and fresh ground white pepper. Cover and keep warm. Confit Heat duck fat over medium heat in a thick bottom large skillet. Add pancetta, cook for 2 minutes (until lightly brown), add cabbage and continue to cook for 5 minutes. Turn and cook for additional 5 minutes. Add chicken stock, season with salt and pepper, cook until chicken stock is reduced (approximately 5 minutes). Keep warm. Season bison and foie gras generously with salt and fresh ground pepper. Heat 2 medium sauté pans over medium-high heat. Place olive oil in one pan with bison filets. Cook for 4-5 minutes until golden brown, turn and cook an additional 5 minutes. Place foie gras in other pan and cook for 3 minutes, turn and cook for 3 more minutes. The foie should be golden brown. To Serve Divide potato puree into 4 equal portions and place in the middle of 4 warm dinner plates. Divide cabbage into 4 equal portions and place on top of potato. Place meat on top with foie gras on top of meat. Sprinkle warm mushrooms and chives around meat. Drizzle balsamic vinegar around meat and serve immediately. Yield: serves 4

Page 466

LOIN OF VENISON WITH CRANBERRY-CHIPOTLE SAUCE

2 4 1 1 2 2 2 3 1 2 1/2 1 1 1 3

tablespoon lb

clarified butter or oil -; (to 3 tbspns) venison loin -; (to 5 lbs) coarse salt freshly ground black pepper

tablespoon cup tablespoon cup cup teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon

minced shallots minced garlic chives or chives cranberries sugar dry red wine reduced game stock; (see recipe) chipotle chile puree; or more chopped fresh sage (or 1 tspn dried sage) butter; room temperature

Heat clarified butter in large skillet over medium heat until lightly smoking. Season venison loin with salt and pepper to taste and sear on all sides in skillet, 30 to 45 seconds each side. Remove from skillet and place on baking sheet. Roast loin at 350 degrees about 15 minutes for medium-rare venison (135 degrees internal temperature). Pour all but 1 tablespoon butter from skillet. Add shallots and garlic chives and cook 20 seconds. Add cranberries and sugar and cook 30 seconds longer. Deglaze with wine by adding wine to pan over high heat and scraping up any browned bits. Reduce wine by 3/4 over high heat (about 8 minutes). Add Game Stock, chipotle chile puree and chopped sage. Reduce by 1/3, about 5 minutes, then strain through fine sieve. Press cranberry mixture with back of spoon to force as much sauce through sieve as possible. Return sauce to clean saucepan and heat to boiling. Whisk in butter, remove from heat and season with more salt and pepper if necessary. Yields 8 to 10 servings. Each of 10 servings: 295 calories, 434 mg sodium, 115 mg cholesterol, 12 grams fat, 8 grams carbohydrates, 34 grams protein, 0.27 grams fiber Recipe Source: Los Angeles Times - 12-27-1998 Formatted for Mastercook by Lynn Thomas - Lynn_Thomas@prodigy.net Converted by MM_Buster v2.0l. Yield: 10 servings

Page 467

LONG SIMMERED BBQ FLAVORED VENISON STEW

4 4 1 1 1 1/2 2 1/2 1/3 2 1 1/2 1/4 1/2 3/4

lb tablespoon large large teaspoon small cup cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup

venison meat butter onion, chopped green pepper, chopped salt cans of tomatoe paste brown sugar prepared mustard worchestershire sauce tabasco sauce black pepper red pepper broth ketchup

Cook 3 - 4 lbs meat until it falls apart. Save 1 1/2 c broth. In large pat combine & simmer 15 min. butter onion, chopped green pepper, chopped salt and tomatoe paste While these simmer, combine in another container: brown sugar prepared mustard Worchestershire sauce tabasco sauce black pepper red pepper broth ketchup Shred meat & combine with above ingredients and heat thoroughly. From: nesssam@aol.com (NessSAM) Yield: 1 servings

Page 468

LONGHUNTER'S BEAR ROAST

4 1 1 1/2 1 2 1/2 1/2 3 1/4 1/4 2 1

lb

bear roast or rump roast, thin fat to 1/2 inch cloves garlic salt and pepper

small teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon cup teaspoon

onions, chopped stalk celery & leaves sage flour thyme savory beef stock worcestershire

Preheat oven to 500 degrees. Cut deep slits in top of roast and insert garlic slices. Salt and pepper the meat well. Lay a few fat slices under the roast, put it in preheated oven, and roast 20 minutes or so until the fat browns. Turn the heat down to 300-325 degrees and roast about 2 1/2 hours. When done, remove roast and the fat cracklings to a hot pan or platter. Gravy: Retain 2-3 tablespoons of fat in the roasting pan with the drippings and in it saute the finely chopped onions and celery. Stir in the flour and herbs. Stir on a low flame until thickens, stir in the herbs. Add Worcestershire sauce. From: "Brenda Brown Starling" <bbstarlidate: Mon, 1 Mar 2004 13:26:12 ~0800 Yield: 4 servings

Page 469

LOUISIANA CONSERVATIONIST STUFFED WILD TURKEY

1 1 6 1/2 2 1 1/2 1/2 6 4 1 1/2 1/2 1 1 1 lb medium cup cup cup cup cup teaspoon cup can

turkey - about 12 lbs, save giblets bacon slices - thick butter - (2 sticks) onions - chopped celery - chopped fine parsley - minced green onions - minced cornbread - crumbled bread crumbs - dry poultry seasoning white wine chicken broth (no size given) salt and pepper - to taste

Rinse and dry turkey inside and out. Sprinkle cavity and skin with salt and pepper. Cover breast with slices of bacon. Set aside. Make dressing. Boil giblets until tender, then chop very fine. melt butter and saute onions and celery until translucent. Add the chopped giblets, parsley and green onions. Cook for a few minutes, then add this to the cornbread and bread crumbs. Mix well and add seasonings. Add wine and enough broth to make a moist dressing. Add salt and pepper to taste. Fill neck and cavity with stuffing and close both with skewers. Tie legs together and fold back wings. Place turkey on rack in roasting pan and roast in oven at 350 degrees for 20 minutes per pound, or until done. Baste frequently with drippings to keep bird moist. Transfer to heated platter and keep warm. Skim fat from pan drippings and make gravy by thickening drippings with flour. December, 1990 - Louisiana Conservationist Calendar From: "Zymurgian" <mellis@@gribbles.Com Yield: 4 servings

Page 470

LOW-FAT CHILI

1/2 1 1 1/2 8 14 1/2 1 6 2 1/2 1 2 1

lb cup cup oz oz oz teaspoon teaspoon can

ground lean buffalo or sirloin chopped onions chopped green peppers; optional low-salt tomato sauce low sodium beef broth =(canned or dry substitute) low-salt tomato paste chili powder cumin brown sugar to taste; optional dark red kidney beans undrained/15 oz each

Recipe by: Governor Jim Edgar, Illinois Cook beef, onion and green peppers over medium heat until beef is well done and onion and peppers are soft. Strain all and run under hot water until beef loses oily feel when touched. Add remaining ingredients and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer. Adjust seasonings to taste.JM. *Approximate composition per serving: 105 calories. 3g fat. 0mg cholesterol. 51mg sodium. Recipe approved by a Cardiovascular Dietician. Governor Jim Edgar, Illinois From: Angela Gilliland Date: 04 May 97 Meal-Master Format Recipes (Mailing List) Ä Yield: 1 servings

LYNX STEW WITH SAGE AND BARLEY

50 1 1/2 450 4 175 1 3 2 1 1

gm kg gm gm liter tablespoon

butter lynx meat; cubed leeks; white and pale green lowe cloves garlic, minced pot barley water white wine or vinegar bay leaves salt and pepper

tablespoon

dried sage

Melt the butter in a heavy pan and brown the meat. Add the water and meat, bring to a boil, lower heat, cover and simmer 45 minutes. Add the other ingredients, except the sage, bring the pot back to the boil, cover it and simmer gently for about 45 minutes or until the meat is tender. Add the sage and simmer for a few minutes more. You can add your choice of root vegetables along with the leeks and add/substitute other herbs to the sage.

Page 471 Jim Weller From: Jim Weller Yield: 6 servings Date: 11-21-02

MACLEAOD'S SMOKED VENISON

12 2 1 1 1 1 3 1

lb cup cup medium

boned haunch of venison burgundy beef bouillon onion, sliced clove garlic, crushed bay leaf juniper berries (optional)

teaspoon

salt

Place meat in a large bowl. Cover with marinade made from the wine, bouillon, onion, garlic, bay leaf, juniper berries and salt. Put in refrigerator for 24 hours. Remove meat; either tie or skewer in compact shape. Strain marinade and reserve. Place meat on rack of water-type smoker and cook for 1 hour per pound. From: Macleodkat@hotmail.Com Yield: 4 servings Date: 02-17-04

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MARCELLE BIENVENU'S GRILLED DUCK BREASTS

4 2 1 1/2 1 1/2 3 6 1

large tablespoon cup cup tablespoon tablespoon

wild or domestic duck breasts, deb; oned vegetable oil salt, freshly ground black pepper,; and cayenne to taste fresh orange juice chicken stock balsamic vinegar butter zest from one small orange

The grilled duck breasts were inspired by a couple of Rock's hunting buddies who are always bragging about grilling deboned duck breasts at their camp. Rock found a similar recipe in one of my wild game books that suggested the addition of an orange sauce to serve with the breasts. Again, wild duck breasts are preferred, but domestic duck (inquire at your supermarket for farm-raised moulard duck breasts or other top quality duck) can be used as well. My duck-hunter friends like to grill wild duck to rare to medium-rare (the taste is marvelous), but you can cook them a little longer if you can't stand the sight of blood. Prepare the grill. Rinse the duck breasts in cool water and pat dry. Rub the breasts with the oil, then season with salt, black pepper and cayenne. Set aside. Combine the orange juice and stock in a saucepan over medium-high heat. Simmer, uncovered, for 15 to 20 minutes, or until it reduces by half. Add the vinegar and cook for three minutes. Add the butter, a tablespoon at a time, whisking constantly. Season with salt, black pepper and cayenne. Add the orange zest. Remove from the heat, cover and keep warm. When the charcoal is gray and hot, lay the breasts on the grill. Grill for about seven minutes (time will vary depending on the size and thickness of the breasts as well as the type of breasts you are using), then turn and grill for seven to eight minutes for rare to medium-rare. Cook longer if desired. Transfer the breasts to a cutting board and slice thinly on the bias. To serve, put the breasts on dinner plates and spoon the sauce over them. Makes four servings. MM format by Manny Rothstein, 10/31/98. MARCELLE BIENVENU IS A CONTRIBUTING WRITER TO THE TIMES-PICAYUNE. ARTICLE ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED OCTOBER 22, 1998. From: Manny Rothstein Date: 31 Oct 98

Yield: 4 servings

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MARINATED TOP ROUND OF BISON

marinade 1 1 1 1 1 1 16 cup cup cup cup teaspoon sprig lb. soy balsamic vinegar maple syrup water chopped garlic fresh thyme bison bison top round, rolled and tied salt and pepper to taste potatoes 10 5 2 1 3 1 2 1/4 1/2 purple yukon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon lb. cup potatoes, cut in quarters gold potatoes, cut in quarters chopped garlic fresh rosemary fresh parsley fresh thyme fresh chives (chop all herbs separately) butter chicken stock

with Rosemary and Garlic Herbed Potatoes Marinade Mix all ingredients thoroughly. Marinate the bison overnight in the refrigerator, covering the pan tightly with plastic wrap. Bison Preheat oven to 350° . Remove the bison from the marinade, and discard any leftover. Place bison in roasting pan and season with salt and pepper. Bake for about 1 3/4 hours. Remove and let rest for about 1/2 hour before carving. Potatoes Blanch potatoes in boiling, salted water until tender. In a large sauté pan, heat one teaspoon of the butter. Sauté chopped garlic until soft. Add potatoes, chicken stock, and chopped herbs. Cook until the potatoes are heated through. Add remaining butter and season to taste with salt and pepper. To Serve Place the potatoes on one side of a large platter. Arrange bison slices on the other side. Yield: serves 8

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MATT'S BIG-TIME EATIN' CHILI

1 1 1 1 1 2 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 4 1 3 1 1 1 2

lb

venison; trimmed and cut into 1/4-inch cubes, or ground beef or cubed beef

tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon can cup

chili powder ground cumin granulated garlic salt black pepper cornstarch dried leaf oregano coarsely chopped sweet white onion coarsely chopped red bell pepper ( 14-oz) whole stewed tomatoes water

Preferably using a black iron skillet or saucepan, brown the meat for 3 t o 4 minutes, until it's slightly gray (no oil is necessary), then drain the fat. Add all the seasonings, the onion, and pepper, and saute for 2 minut es. Add the tomatoes and water, and simmer uncovered until tender, approximately 1 hour or more, until the meat reaches the desired tenderne ss (the longer you cook it, the more tender it gets; the choice is yours). More water may be added if needed. Adjust the salt and chili powder to yo ur taste. Recipe by: From Matt Martinez's Culinary Frontier - A Real Texas Coo Serving Size : 4 Preparation Time :0:00 Categories : Tex-Mex From: C4@groupz.Net Yield: 12 servings

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MEDALLIONS OF OSTRICH WITH FRESH HERBS (HL)

1 1 1 1 4 1 2 2 3 1 2 1/4 1 1 tablespoon cup tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon

sprig thyme -- chopped sprig rosemary -- chopped clove garlic -- chopped olive oil salt and pepper to taste medallions of ostrich crushed pistachio nuts olive oil clove garlic -- chopped dry sherry beef stock marinade:-ostrich--

Combine all ingredients for the marinade. Place ostrich medallions in the marinade. While the Ostrich is marinating, heat oil in a saute pan and brown chopped garlic. Place ostrich in pan with beef stock and dry sherry. Let ingredients simmer until medallions are medium rare. Add crushed pistachios. Serve over steamed spinach. Yield: 1 serving as an entree, 2 as appetizers ( Courtesy of James Couto, Cafe Nosidam, NYC) Copyright, 1997, TV FOOD NETWORK, G.P., All Rights Reserve Busted by Gail Shermeyer <4paws@netrax.net> on May 24, 1997 Recipe By : TVFN:RECIPE FOR HEALTH BONUS RECIPE Date: 07 Jun 97 Mastercook

From: Shermeyer-Gail Recipes (Mailing List) Ä Yield: 1 servings

Page 477

MEDALLIONS OF VENISON WITH BRAMBLE JELLY OR BLACKBERRIES

2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

medallions of venison per person -- (up to 3) unsmoked streaky bacon -cut into strips seasoned flour bramble jelly or blackberries red wine sugar meat stock sour cream salt black pepper -- freshly ground

Fry enough bacon very gently to extract enough fat to fry the medallions. Remove the bacon. Put enough well-seasoned flour into a plastic bag and toss the venison in it: remove and lay on some greaseproof paper. Heat the bacon fat and fry the meat on a medium heat for 5-7 minutes, turning frequently. Put them in a warmed dish with a teaspoon of jelly on each medallion and keep warm while you make the sauce. If you are using blackberries instead of jelly, cook them lightly in a little red wine and sugar to taste. Spoon over the medallions as for the jelly. Depending on how much you are cooking, add enough of the stock to the pan. Boil briskly, stirring all the juices together. When it starts to look syrupy, mix in enough sour cream to make a rich sauce. Adjust the seasoning. Pour over the venison. Serve with tiny Brussels sprouts and egg noodles with chestnuts if handy. Apple sauce can also be added as a side dish. Formatted by suechef@sover.net Recipe By From: Sue Recipes (Mailing List) Ä Yield: 6 servings : Two Fat Ladies #FL1A04 Date: 22 Sep 97 Mastercook

Page 478

MEDALLIONS OF VENISON WITH PORT AND CRANBERRIES

1 1 1 1 1/2 1/3 3 8

cup cup cup cup tablespoon

chicken stock or canned low-salt broth beef stock or canned beef broth ruby port whole berry cranberry sauce butter venison medallions

Chef Kenny, of the Crookedwood House, in Mullingar, Ireland, prepares this entree in the winter with fresh cranberries. We call for canned cranberry sauce, which is available year-round. The chef likes sauted currants as a garnish, and braised cabbage and baked potatoes as side dishes. Combine chicken and beef stocks in heavy small saucepan. Boil until liquid is reduced to 1 cup, about 15 minutes. Add Port and boil until liquid is reduced to 3/4 cup, about 15 minutes. Whisk in cranberry sauce and simmer until sauce thickens slightly, about 4 minutes. Whisk in 1 tablespoon butter. Season sauce with salt and pepper. Set aside. Sprinkle venison with salt and pepper. Melt remaining 2 tablespoons butter in large nonstick skillet over high heat. Working in batches, add venison to skillet and cook to desired doneness, about 2 minutes per side for medium-rare. Divide sauce among 4 plates. Place 2 venison medallions atop sauce on each plate. 4 Servings Restaurant: Crookedwood House; Mullingar, Ireland Bon Apptit: May 1996 Yield: 4 servings

Page 479

MELANA'S FENNEL SOUP

1

fennel

Trim the fennel stalks down to the bulb, Peel off any wilted outer layer. Set the fine fennel leaves aside after having cut them with a scissors into small pieces. Cut the fennel bulb in small pieces and boil them together with dry white wine, water and a chicken bouillon cube for 8-10 minutes in the microwave oven at full power. Transfer the fennel and the liquid to a food processor, purée and let it cool. Cut the boneless, skinless chicken breasts (if possible smoked) into thin slices and add to the purée. If you are using shrimps instead of chicken, proceed straight to the following step. Microwave on high for four minutes. If you are using shrimps, add them. Microwave for another minute. Add the crème fraiche (sour cream) and two tablespoons of ouzo, pernod or a similar licorice/aniseed type apéritif. Stir well. Add some of the finely cut fennel leaves on top of the soup. Serve immediately together with, e.g. toast. Add more of the finely cut fennel leaves on top of each plate. The combination of two powerful aphrodisiacs (fennel and licorice or aniseed) might lead to pleasant surprises, but should be handled with care. Wild Edible Herb Kitchen: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Farm/9320/index.html E-Mail Group for Edible Wild Plants: http://www.onelist.com/subscribe/EdibleWild Yield: 4 servings

MELODY'S DEER CASSEROLE

1 3 1 10 8 1 1 1 1

lb

ground deer meat or 4 large raw potatoes peeled and sliced

oz oz small

can of vegetable beef soup can of cream of mushroom soup onion; diced pepper and garlic salt to taste

Place sliced potatoes in bottom of casserole dish. Break ground deer meat on potatoes. Add garlic salt, diced onion, pepper and soups. Cover and bake at 325§F for one hour or untill potatoes are done. From: Melody Sheline <little_wolf_melod Yield: 4 servings

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MESCALERO GREEN CHILE STEW

3 2 1/4 1 1/4

cups pounds cup cup teaspoon

peeled, diced idaho potatoes ground beef onions, diced chopped green chiles garlic salt

This recipe appeared on bobby Flay's BBQ this evening when he visited the Mescalero Apaches. You can also find an Apache Fry Bread recipe on www.foodtv.com. The other difference that I noticed was that the chiles were cooking before the other ingredients were added. The following is the recipe that appears to www.foodtv.com, and the recipe is attributed to Tammy Torres. However, the woman shown in the episode used pork. I came back into the room just after Bobby Flay introduced the woman who was doing the cooking, so I don't know for sure if it was the same woman. Put diced potatoes in a saucepan and add enough water until the potatoes are just covered. Bring the potatoes to a boil over high heat, and then reduce to a simmer. Simmer the potatoes for 20 minutes then add in the ground beef, onions, and green chiles. Let the stew continue to cook until the potatoes are fork tender and the beef is cooked all the way through, another 10 to 20 minutes. Season the stew with garlic salt and serve warm. A viewer, who may not be a professional cook, provided this recipe. The Food Network Kitchens chefs have not tested this recipe and therefore, we cannot make representation as to the results.

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MESCALERO GREEN CHILE STEW

3 2 1/4 1 1/4

cups pounds cup cup teaspoon

peeled, diced idaho potatoes ground beef onions, diced chopped green chiles garlic salt

I grew up eating this dish, but my dad's side of the family added about a teaspoon of New Mexico red chile powder. It's delicious. My mom varied the recipe by adding a can of chicken or beef broth to the potatoe water to enhance the flavor. It's great served over fresh cooked pinto beans. chelie_b <TheBritts@myexcel.com> wrote: This recipe appeared on bobby Flay's BBQ this evening when he visited the Mescalero Apaches. You can also find an Apache Fry Bread recipe on www.foodtv.com. The other difference that I noticed was that the chiles were cooking before the other ingredients were added. The following is the recipe that appears to www.foodtv.com, and the recipe is attributed to Tammy Torres. However, the woman shown in the episode used pork. I came back into the room just after Bobby Flay introduced the woman who was doing the cooking, so I don't know for sure if it was the same woman. Put diced potatoes in a saucepan and add enough water until the potatoes are just covered. Bring the potatoes to a boil over high heat, and then reduce to a simmer. Simmer the potatoes for 20 minutes then add in the ground beef, onions, and green chiles. Let the stew continue to cook until the potatoes are fork tender and the beef is cooked all the way through, another 10 to 20 minutes. Season the stew with garlic salt and serve warm. A viewer, who may not be a professional cook, provided this recipe. The Food Network Kitchens chefs have not tested this recipe and therefore, we cannot make representation as to the results.

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MESQUITE CARROT SOUP
By: Jolene Allred 2 3 1/2 1 1/2 tablespoons cups cup large cup butter 1 cup mesquite broth sliced carrots chopped onion 1 cup whole milk clove garlic, minced fresh ground w; hite pepper water

In a large saucepan with a lid, melt the butter. Quickly sauté the carrot, onion, and garlic. Add the water, cover the pan, and simmer until tender. Puree carrots in blender or food processor. Return to saucepan. Add mesquite broth and milk. Season with fresh ground white pepper. Heat. Recipe is easily doubled. Yield: serves two to t

MESQUITE CARROT SOUP

2 1 3 1/2 1 1 1 1/2

tablespoon cup cup cup cup large cup

butter mesquite broth sliced carrots chopped onion whole milk clove garlic, minced fresh ground white pepper water

In a large saucepan with a lid, melt the butter. Quickly sauté the carrot, onion, and garlic. Add the water, cover the pan, and simmer until tender. Puree carrots in blender or food processor. Return to saucepan. Add mesquite broth and milk. Season with fresh ground white pepper. Heat. Recipe is easily doubled. :by Jolene Allred From: "Hill8628" <hill8628@netzero.Net>date: Thu, 20 Feb 2003 03:41:20 ~0500 Yield: 4 servings

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MESQUITE CHICKEN MOLE

1 1 1/4 2 1 1 1 1/4 2 1 1/3 1/4 1

lbs. cup cup oz

chicken breasts chile powder, mild oil chocolate, unsweetened onion, medium

teaspoon garlic

honey (or brown sugar) clove teaspoon wine vinegar

teaspoons teaspoon cup cup cup

sesame seeds cumin (comino) chopped almonds mesquite meal chicken broth

Heat oven to 350F * Brown chicken breasts in oil * Toast sesame seeds and almonds in a dry pan and set aside * Sauté onion and garlic * Mix mesquite meal with 1/3 cup chicken broth, * Add sesame, almonds, chile, chocolate, honey, vinegar, and cumin stirring to blend * Add remaining broth to achieve a paste-like consistency * Place chicken in an oven-proof dish, cover with the chile mixture * Bake at 350F for one hour Option: Peanut butter may be substituted for almonds Yield: 6 servings

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MICHAEL'S VENSION MEDALLIONS WITH GREEN PEPPERCORNS

1 1/2 1 2 1 3 2 1/4 1/4 1 1/4 1

lb tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon cup cup cup cup

venison leg meat or filet cut into 3 oz. medallions olive oil whole butter chopped shallots rinsed green peppercorns brandy red wine game or beef stock creme fraiche or sour cream salt & fresh ground pepper

The venison should be cut into medallions of 3 to 4 ounces, 1/2 in. thick and 3 in.es across. Have all ingredients at the ready as this is a very quickly cooked saute method and the venison will over cook very quickly. Heat the olive oil and butter in a large heavy skillet over medium heat until hot and foaming. Season the medallions with salt and pepper, and lay them in a single layer in the pan. Depending on the size of your skillet, you may need to do this in 2 batches. Char or sear quickly on each side for medium-rare. Place the cooked venison on a warm platter and keep it warm while you make the pan sauce. Add the chopped shallots to the hot pan and saute for 2 minutes. Add half the green peppercorns and smash them quickly with the back of a spoon while sauteing with the shallots. Carefully add the brandy and de-glaze the pan. Observe caution when adding brandy to a hot pan and do this away from open flames to avoid flaming the brandy dangerously. Cook the brandy over low heat for 1 minute before adding the wine. Reduce the wine by half, add the stock, bring quickly to the boil and then swsirl in the cream for 1 minute. Add the medallions back to the finished sauce along with the remaining psppercorns and re-heat for 1 minute. Serve immediately. Yield: 4 to 6 servings SOURCE: Michael's Place Cooking Show Copyright 1996, TV FOOD NETWORK c. Michael Lomonaco 1997 SHOW #ML1B37 VENISON From: Albert & Lita Lotzkar <alotzkar@h Yield: 4 servings

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MIKODISSIMIN-OPINABO (ABNAKIS PEA, BEAN & POTATO SOUP)

1/2 1/2 4 4 4 1/2 1/2

lb lb large tbl tbl tsp cup

soup beans, dried black beans potatoes oil salt black pepper shallots, chopped

Wash, soak & cook the dried peas as indicated on the package. Retain the cooking water. Cook the potatoes & save the cooking water. Measure the reserved cooking waters to 8 cups: add fresh water if necessary. Pour into a soup pot. Crush the peas & beans with the potatoes & add to the liquid, with the remaining ingredients. Simmer slowly for 1 hour.

MIKODISSIMIN-OPINABO (ABNAKIS PEA, BEAN & POTATO SOUP)

1/2 1/2 4 4 4 1/2 1/2

lb lb large tbl tbl tsp cup

soup beans, dried black beans potatoes oil salt black pepper shallots, chopped

Wash, soak & cook the dried peas as indicated on the package. Retain the cooking water. Cook the potatoes & save the cooking water. Measure the reserved cooking waters to 8 cups: add fresh water if necessary. Pour into a soup pot. Crush the peas & beans with the potatoes & add to the liquid, with the remaining ingredients. Simmer slowly for 1 hour.

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MIKODISSIMIN-OPINABO (PEA, BEAN & POTATO SOUP

1/2 1/2 4 4 4 1/2 1/2

lb lb large tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon cup

soup beans; dried black beans potatoes oil salt black pepper shallots; chopped

Wash, soak & cook the dried peas as indicated on the package. Retain the c Cook the potatoes & save the cooking water. Measure the reserved cooking waters to 8 cups: add fresh water if necessar Bernard Assiniwi, "Indian Recipes" Yield: 10 servings

MIKODISSIMIN-OPINABO (PEA, BEAN AND POTATO SOUP

1/2 1/2 4 4 4 1/2 1/2

lb lb large tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon cup

soup beans; dried black beans potatoes oil salt black pepper shallots; chopped

Wash, soak & cook the dried peas as indicated on the package. Retain the c Cook the potatoes & save the cooking water. Measure the reserved cooking waters to 8 cups: add fresh water if necessar Bernard Assiniwi, "Indian Recipes" Yield: 10 servings

Page 487

MINI PUMPKIN SOUP WITH BLUE CHEESE AND TOASTED PUMPKIN SE

8 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 4 cup tablespoon cup cup teaspoon tablespoon

mini pumpkins thinly sliced onion unsalted butter chicken stock water vegetable oil blue cheese

Cut the top 1/4 off 4 pumpkins, reserving the lids. Cut the remaining 4 pumpkins in half. Reserve seeds from 2 pumpkins. Bake the pumkins, cut side down, on lightly oiled baking sheets in a preheated 350 degree oven for 40 minutes or until they are tender. When they are cool enough to handle, scrape all the pulp out of the halved pumpkins. Scrape most of the pulp out of the remaining pumpkins, leaving just enough in each pumpkin so that it retains its shape. In a skillet cook the onion in butter over low heat, stirring, until the onion is softened. Add the pumpkin pulp, the chicken stock and the water and simmer the mixture for 20 minutes. Puree the mixture in batches in a blender and transfer it to a saucepan. Stir in salt and pepper to taste and water to thin the soup if necessary. Reduce the oven heat to 250 degrees. In a bowl, toss the reserved seeds with the oil and salt to taste and spread them out on an ungreased baking sheet. Bake the seeds in the middle of the oven, stirring occasionally, for 1 hour to 1 1/2 hours or until they are golden and crisp. Heat the soup and warm the hollowed out pumpkin shells in the oven. Arrange the shells in 4 soup plates, fill each shell with some of the soup and ladle some additional soup around each shell. Sprinkle some crumbled blue cheese and toasted pumpkin seeds on top of each soup and serve with the lid on top. Yield: 4 cups from: Gourmet Magazine From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.Cdate: Mon, 6 Oct 2003 19:47:07 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

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MINNESOTA WILD RICE CASSEROLE

1 1/4 3 3 1/2 3

cup cup tablespoon tablespoon cup cup

wild rice butter chopped onion chopped green pepper slivered blanched almonds hot chicken broth

Wash rice and drain well. Melt butter in skillet, add onion, green pepper, rice and almonds. Saute over low heat, stirring constantly, until rice begins to turn light yellow. Turn into a casserole; add hot chicken broth. Cover, and bake in preheated slow oven (325F) for 1-1/2 hours or until rice is tender and all liquid is absorbed. Makes 4 servings. Origin: Women's Day Encyclopedia of Cookery, Vol 1, Minnesota Section. Shared by: Sharon Stevens, Feb/94 Yield: 4 servings

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MOCK CREOLE TURTLE SOUP

1/4 1 1/2 1 2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 3/4 1 1/4 1/2 3 30 3 1 1/2 2 1 1 1 1

lb cup tablespoon lb teaspoon cup quart cup teaspoon cup teaspoon cup centiliter cup teaspoon tablespoon

butter juice and skin flour fresh parsley; chopped lean stewing beef; 1 cubes dried leaf thyme tasso; minced beef stock onions; chopped white pepper celery; chopped cayenne pepper carrot; chop fine bay leaves garlic; minced eggs; hard-boil; chop tomatoes; chop, peel, seeded tomato paste worcestershire sauce sherry lemon; peeled and chopped -garni green onion tops thinly sliced.

Heat butter in heavy sauce pan, brown beef cubes and remove. Add flour and cook while stirring until roux is medium brown. Add onions, celery, carrots and garlic and cook for 5 minutes until soft. Add meat and all remaining ingredients except eggs, green onions and sherry. Stir to blend and simmer until meat is very tender, about 1-1/2 hours, add a little water if needed during cooking. Taste for salt and pepper and, if desired, Tabasco. Add egg and cook for 5 more minutes. Garnish with green onions and pass the sherry. Source: Upperline Restaurant, N.O.LA. Yield: 8 servings

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MOHAWK CORN SOUP
By: Aboriganal Tourism - Native Cuisine 1 300 1 liter (4 cups) ml kg (2 lb) lyed white corn or canned white hom; iny navy beans side pork or 1/2 kg side pork and s; alt pork salt and pepper to taste Place the beans in a pot. If using canned white hominy corn, rinse corn several times to remove excess salt. Cover beans with 2 inches (5 cm) water and soak overnight. In the morning cook the beans and corn in the same water until tender. Set aside. Cut up pork into small ¼ inch (1/2 cm) pieces. Place meat in a soup pot and cover with 2 inches (5 cm) of water and bring to a complete boil. Reduce heat and continue to simmer in a covered put for 2 hours or until meat is tender. Drain meat, saving the broth in a separate container. Place both meat and broth in the refrigerator until cool. Skim off fat from the broth. Add meat and broth to the beans. (For thicker soup, mash half of the beans before adding the meat and broth.) Season with salt and pepper. Bring to a mild boil and serve. Yield: 6 servings

MOHAWK CORN SOUP
By: Chris Kahon:wes Deer, Mohawk recipe [7]Mohawk Corn Soup--Chris Kahon:wes Deer -- Kahnahwake (Canada) Mohawk, is a college student who maintains a very informative homepage (and soon will be producing a Mohawk Nation page). He posted this recipe on the personal section of his homepage. I very well demonstrates what I said about my own corn chowder recipe: Soups and stews are ideas, not recipes. Put in what you got! Put in what you like! Put in enough to make enough to feed everybody! And after you've checked out his recipe, look at the rest of [8]Kahon:wes's Mohawk Home Page highly informative!

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MOHAWK CORN SOUP

1 1 300 1 1/2 1 1

liter ml kg kg

(4 cups) lyed white corn or canned white hominy white navy beans (2 lb) side pork or side pork and salt pork each salt and pepper to taste

Place the beans in a pot. If using canned white hominy corn, rinse corn several times to remove excess salt. Cover beans with 2 inches (5 cm) water and soak overnight. In the morning cook the beans and corn in the same water until tender. Set aside. Cut up pork into small ¼ inch (1/2 cm) pieces. Place meat in a soup pot and cover with 2 inches (5 cm) of water and bring to a complete boil. Reduce heat and continue to simmer in a covered put for 2 hours or until meat is tender. Drain meat, saving the broth in a separate container. Place both meat and broth in the refrigerator until cool. Skim off fat from the broth. Add meat and broth to the beans. (For thicker soup, mash half of the beans before adding the meat and broth.) Season with salt and pepper. Bring to a mild boil and serve. 6-8 servings. AboriganalTourism - Native Cuisine Yield: 1 servings

MOHEGAN JERUSALEM ARTICHOKE SOUPBy: Spirit of the Harvest 2 6 1 2 lb c c T jerusalem artichokes chicken broth thinly sliced green onions salt/pepper to taste minced fresh dill

Scrub Jerusalem artichokes and cook in simmering water 30-40 minutes, until tender. Drain and discard cooking liquid. Peel and mash artichokes and place in a large saucepan. Stir in chicken broth and green onions. Simmer for about 15 minutes; season to taste with salt/pepper and serve sprinkled with dill. Yield: 4 servings

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MOKED SAUSAGE, BUTTERNUT SQUASH AND WILD RICE SOUP
By: meril Lagasse md butternut squash, about 1 1/2 to 2 tb olive oil salt freshly ground black pepper 12 2 1/2 1 3/4 2 1 1/2 1 c c c lb c c tb chicken stock chopped onions wild rice smoked sausage, such as kielbasa, c fresh corn kernels half and half chopped fresh parsley leaves

reheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Season the squash with 1 tablespoon of the oil, salt and pepper. Place on a baking sheet and roast for 1 hour. Remove from the oven and cool completely. Peel and seed the squash. In a blender, puree the squash with 2 cups of the chicken stock. Puree until smooth and set aside. In a saucepan, over medium heat, bring 4 cups of the stock and 1/2 cup of the chopped onions to a simmer. Stir in the rice and cook until the rice is tender and the liquid is absorbed, about 1 hour, stirring occasionally with a fork. Remove the rice from the pan and cool. In a large saucepan, over medium heat, add the remaining tablespoon of oil. When the oil is hot, add the sausage and brown for 3 minutes. Add the remaining 2 cups onions and corn. Season with salt and pepper. Sauté for 3 minutes. Add the remaining 6 cups of stock and squash puree. Bring to a boil. Reduce the heat to medium-low, cover and simmer for 20 minutes. Skim off any fat that rises to the surface. Stir in the rice and continue to cook for 10 minutes. Remove from the heat, stir in the cream and reason with salt and pepper. Stir in the parsley and serve. Yield: 0 servings

Page 493

MOOSE STEAK WITH MUSHROOM SAUCE (AI)

1 3 1/2 1 1/2 3 1/2 1 2 1/4 1

large tablespoon cup medium teaspoon tablespoon cup cup tablespoon cup dash

moose steak bacon drippings bouillon or consomme onion, chopped garlic powder tomato paste water or sherry sliced fresh mushrooms unbleached all-purpose flour cream of paprika

Heat the bacon drippings in a large skillet and brow the steak on both sides, thoroughly. Add the broth, onion, garlic, and tomato paste diluted in the water or sherry. Cover the pan and simmer for 1 hour or until the meat is tender. Remove the steak from the pan and keep hot. Add the mushrooms to the pan liquid; cover and simmer for 1 minutes. Thicken with flour and water mixture. Dilute with the cream. Heat thoroughly. Tast for seasoning and pour over teh steak. Sprinkle with the paprika. From Native Indian Wild Game, Fish, and Wild Foods Cookbook Edited By David Hunt RECIPE CLIPPED By: Jim Bodle 7/92 Submitted By BILL CHRISTMAS Yield: 1 servings

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MOOSE STEW

2 4 1 1 6 2 4 1/2 2 1

lbs.

moose meat; cubed carrots; chopped turnip; chopped onion; diced salt and pepper to taste

cups cups tsp. tsp. tbsp. cup

water dumplings: flour baking powder salt shorening milk

Dredge moose meat in seasoned flour. Place floured meat in pot and fry until browned. Add water and vegetables and simmer for 2 hours or until moose meat is tender. Add dumplings. Dumpling Directions: Stir flour, baking powder and salt together. Work in shortening with fingertips. Add milk gradually and mix with a fork until you make a soft dough. Once the moose meat is tender add dumpling dough to the pot and cover. DO NOT OPEN LID! Cook for about 15 minutes.

Page 495

MOOSE STEW CHOP HOUSE

2 1/2 1 2 1/4 1/2 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 18 12 2 2

lb tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon can cup large small small tablespoon tablespoon

moose meat, cut into 1-inch cubes shortening cracked black pepper paprika bay leaf salt condensed beef broth (10-1/2 ounces each) dry red wine onion; diced carrots; sliced whole white onions new potatoes; peeled butter flour

Saute meat cubes in shortening until brown on all sides. Add pepper, paprika, bay leaf, salt, beef broth, red wine, onion, and carrots. Cover and simmer until meat is tender, about 2 hours. Add whole onions and potatoes; cover and simmer for an additional 15 minutes, or until the vegetables are barely tender. Mix butter and flour into a paste. Drop into simmering stew. Cook, stirring, until stew bubbles and thickens. Serve with rice or polenta. Adaption from recipe by Phillip Velez, London Chop House (Detroit) Campbell's Great Restaurants Cookbook, U.S.A. Electronic format courtesy of Karen Mintzias Submitted By KM@SALATA.COM (KAREN MINTZIAS) On 23 NOV 95 232235 -0800 Yield: 6 servings

MOOSE STROGANOFF

2 1 1 1 2 1 1/4

lb

moose round steak; diced fat for frying salt pepper

can can cup

cream of mushroom soup milk, 10 oz onions; chopped

Brown steak in fat in frying pan, season to taste with salt and pepper. Combine steak, soup, milk and onions in casserole. Bake at 350 degrees F for 1 hour. Serve over cooked rice if desired. Yield: 4 servings

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MOOSE SUPREME

3 6

lbs.

moose meat steaks onions; sliced large can tomato sauce salt and pepper to taste

2 10

tbsp. oz.

bacon fat can beef broth garlic powder to taste

Trim moose steaks of any fat or gristle. Soak in salted water overnight. Remove meat and pat dry. Brown steaks in 1 tbsp. bacon fat and remove meat. Brown onions in 1 tbsp. bacon fat. Turn off heat and add meat, broth, tomato sauce, salt, pepper and garlic powder. Cover and bake at 300 degrees for 2 hours.

MOOSE SWISS STEAK

3 1 1 1 1 3 1 1/2 2 1 2 1 1/2 1/4 2

lb can

moose round steak tomato soup diluted with 1/2 can water meat tenderizer flour stalks celery, sliced in inch pieces

cup cup

shortening water green pepper, chopped tsb salt

medium teaspoon teaspoon

onion, chopped tsb black pepper basil worcestershire sauce

Cut meat in serving-size pieces. Sprinkle on meat tenderizer. Dust meat with flour and rub it in. Brown on both sides in hot shortening. Place in baking disk and add water, salt and pepper. Bake in 325 degree oven 2 hours. Add remaining ingredients, and more water if necessary. Bake 1 hour more, or until meat and celery are tender. Removed meat from pan. stir pan juices, scraping sides and bottom. Use this as a gravy to be served with meat or on mashed potatoes. SusanTD@aol.com Yield: 1 servings

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MOOSEMEAT PORRIDGE

text This made eating oatmeal much more easier than if it was just plain... One pound of moosemeat, cut into small chunks. (I think the leg part is best.) Boil in salted water for half hour to 45 minutes (until the moosemeat is done). Add about 1 - 2 cups of quick cooking oats. Makes a hearty breakfast! (moosemeat beats steak for breakfast) Salt and pepper if you like.

Page 498

MOOSE'S BEEF BRISKET HASH

1 3 1 1 5 1 1 1/2 1 10 1 1 2 1 2 4 1 1 1 2 1/4 3 1 1 dash tablespoon cup cup tablespoon large cup tablespoon tablespoon lb

forbrisket: beef brisket onion; whole leek; whole cloves garlic bay leaf chile flakes black peppercorns bruised low-sodium beef bouillon or stock forvegetables: onions; chopped or julienned olive oil or 8 medium yukon gold potatoes; cut into inch dice tofinish: olive oil parsley; chopped reserved braising liquid from brisket salt and pepper

To cook brisket: Trim excess fat from meat. Put brisket in a stockpot with onion, leek and seasonings and cover with stock. Cover pot and cook at a constant simmer, skimming any foam that rises to surface, for about 2 hours or until fork tender. Remove meat from liquid and allow to cool. Strain braising liquid, remove fat that rises to the top and set liquid aside. Cut the meat into 1/4-inch dice, trimming off fat, and set aside. To cook vegetables: Cook onions in olive oil over low heat until translucent, about 5 minutes. Reserve. Cover potatoes with cold, salted water and cook over medium heat until water just comes to boil. After water boils, strain potatoes and spread in a single layer to dry completely, then cool. To cook hash: Heat olive oil in a large skillet. Add potatoes and cook on medium-high heat, stirring frequently, until browned and slightly crisp. Lower heat to medium, add 3 cups diced brisket and heat through, about 2 minutes. Mix in reserved sauteed onions and chopped parsley. In a saucepan on medium high heat, reduce 3 cups of reserved braising liquid to about 1 1/2 cups until it is slightly thickened, about 10-15 minutes. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve hash in a bowl and top with braising liquid and, if desired, poached eggs. Per serving: 516 calories, 40g protein, 24g fat (7g saturated), 34g carbohydrate, 305mg sodium, 108mg cholesterol, 4g dietary fiber. From

Page 499 Jeffrey Amber, executive chef, Moose's Recipe By : Jeffrey Amber, executive chef, Moose's

From: "M&R~1/2moonbay" <rensslin@earthldate: Sun, 8 Dec 2002 18:50:40 ~0800 Yield: 6 servings

MR. MILLER'S VENISON ROAST - BPH

2 1 1 5

lb cup pkg slice

to 4 pound venison roast ; water dry onion soup mix bacon (optional)

: Make a paste of the dry onion soup mix and some water and rub all over the roast. Place one cup of water in a roasting pan. Crisscross with bacon slices (optional). Cook covered at 250 degrees in oven for four hours, or place in smoker for eight hours. John Phillips; column "Outdoors", in "The Birmingham Post-Herald", unknown date. Typos by Jeff Pruett. From: Jeff Pruett Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 4 servings Date: 01 Jun 97 National

MRS. PEACOCK'S QUAIL

12 1 1 1 1/4 4 1 1 2 1/2 1/4 1/2 cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon cup teaspoon teaspoon

quail mushrooms fresh bread crumbs salt cayenne pepper truffle peelings flour oil chicken broth dried minced onion minced parsley

Salt & pepper quail inside and out. combine mushrooms, bread crumbs, salt, cayenne pepper and truffles; saute in butter. Stuff quail with this mixture. Make roux by browning flour in oil. Add stock, onions and parsley to browned flour, then pour over quail which have been put into baking pan. Bake 3/4 hour at 325, basting frequently. Yield: 12 servings

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MUSHROOM-PECAN STEW

1 4 1 1/2 2 3 8 1

cup cups tsp. cup cups tbs. cups bunch

finely ground toasted pecans water salt stone-ground cornmeal coarsely chopped onions butter or vegetable oil fresh mushrooms, chopped or* chives, minced for garnish

Any mixture of fresh or dried mushrooms will work in this recipe; fresh portobello, cepe, morel and porcini are especially good. Don't use shiitake mushrooms, the flavor isn't quite right. * 8 oz. dried wild mushrooms, soaked, drained and chopped Stir pecans into boiling water. Add salt; simmer 5 minutes. Slowly stir in cornmeal; simmer 10 minutes. While nut mixture cooks, heat oil or butter. Saute onions on low heat until translucent. Saute mushrooms with onions until they begin to brown andexudejuices.Pourmushroom-onionmixtureinto nut mixture; simmer 15 minutes. If desired, serve stew over fried cornmeal mush or soft polenta. Garnish with chives Yield: makes 8 serving

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MUSHROOMS WITH CHIPOTLES (HONGOS CON CHIPOTLES)

1 1 1-3 1 3/4 2 1/4 4 2 1

lb. med. cloves canned c. T. tsp. T. T. tsp.

mushrooms onion, chopped garlic, chopped chipotle chile chicken stock or water tomato paste dried oregano, preferably mexican olive oil butter salt and freshly ground pepper to t; aste lemon juice

The combination of the subtle earthiness of the mushrooms with the smoky fire of the chipotle pepper gives this dish a unique (and not so subtle) flavor. Remove the stems from the mushrooms and combine the stems with the onion, garlic, chipotle chile, stock, tomato paste, and oregano. Process to form a smooth puree. Heat half the oil in a skillet over moderate heat and cook the mushroom stem mixture over moderate heat, stirring frequently, for 5 minutes. Cut the larger mushroom caps in half or quarters to make them uniform in size with the smaller mushroom caps. Heat the remaining oil and the butter in a separate skillet over high heat and saute the mushroom caps until lightly browned, about 5 minutes. Remove from the heat, stir in the sauce and lemon juice, adjust the seasoning with salt and pepper, and serve immediately. Yield: serves 4 to 6.

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MUSK OX AND WILD BERRY CASSEROLE

1 2 2 3 3 12 1 1 1 500 1 3 1 1 1 1

kg tablespoon

musk ox shoulder, cubed vegetable oil onions, diced parsnips, roughly chopped carrots, roughly chopped

small

shallots, peeled and left whole bottle of red wine, such as pelee island pinot noir

ml tablespoon

reduced veal stock (demi-glace) wild berries, such as blackberries, blueberries, bilberries salt and freshly ground black pepper

You will need: Scales, cook's knife, chopping boards, measuring spoons, vegetable peeler, heavy-based high-sided frying pan or casserole, heat-proof spatula, perforated spoon, measuring jug Method 1. Season the meat well with salt and freshly ground black pepper. 2. Heat the oil in a heavy-based high-sided frying pan or casserole over medium heat. Add the meat and quickly sear on all sides. Remove the meat from the pan using a perforated spoon. 3. Add the onions and fry for a few minutes or until they begin to colour. 4. Return the meat to the pan and fry until browned. 5. Add the parsnips, carrots, shallots and fry for a minute or two. 6. Pour in the wine, cover and bring to the boil. Reduce the heat and simmer gently for about 45 minutes until tender. 7. Check the seasoning. Stir in the berries just before serving. Cooks Notes Musk ox is native to Canada. You can use buffalo or bison meat instead, available from specialist mail order butchers. Alternatively, use venison. http://www.uktvfood.co.uk :by Michael Allemeier

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Yield: 4 servings

MUTTON STEW
By: Linda Begay - Navajo Helen Peacock - Eastern Shawnee 1 6 2 4-6 1 1 2 10 1 3 1/4 1/2 1 small halved halved sliced-thick cabbage lg. stalks red tbs c. c. lb. tsp. leg lamb potatoes medium onions carrots salt sliced 7 times pepper can stewed tomatoes coarsely chopped celery chili pods cooking oil water barbeque sauce round steak cut into small pieces garlic salt Cut meat off the leg of lamb. Crack the bones. Put the meat and bones together in a large with water to cover. Boil until tender. Add vegetables and cook 3/4 hour longer. Salt and pepper to taste. Rinse chili pods in cold water after removing stems and seeds. Tear pods into pieces and blend smooth in a blender with the water. Brown themeat in oil. Add chili pod mixture, garlic salt, and barbecue sauce. Cook over low heat for 1 hour. Can be served as a soup.

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MY HEARTY SOUP

----STOCK---3 3 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 3 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 cup cup cup lb teaspoon large quart water bay leaves poultry seasoning as desired herbs as desired garlic cloves, minced or minced garlic (bottled) onions, coarsely chopped celery stalks, in chunks meat (chicken, turkey, rabbit, wha; tever black peppercorns, a few soup noodles or pasta as desired carrots, diced celery stalks, diced spanish onion, diced green beans, frozen potatoes, cubed mushrooms, sliced salt & pepper as desired tobasco sauce as desired

Put water in large stock pot and add meat. Add remaining ingredients. Bring to boil and if you have it put a diffuser under pot and keep the heat just below a simmer. This is like a crockpot, but my crockpot is too small. <g> Continue cooking for 4 to 8 hours. Remove meat and allow to cool. Strain Stock and chill if necessary to remove any fat. After removing fat, return to pot. Strip meat from bone and skin. Bring to a boil and add Soup vegetables and pasta to the strained stock. Reduce to a simmer and cook til vegetables are done. Add meat and thicken if desired. Serve with fresh rolls or bread. Yield: 10 servings

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NAPOLIAS (CACTUS)

1 2 2 1 1 1 1 3

lb cloves cn (8 oz) lg lb cn (6 oz) lg c

pork garlic, minced tomato sauce salt can stewed tomatoes green cactus, peeled & diced tomato paste pepper onion, diced cumin seasoning salt water

Cube the pork; fry in a skillet with onion and garlic. In a large Dutchoven, add all ingredients, salt and pepper to taste and 1/4 tsp. cumin and seasoned salt. Heat for one hour. Serve with crusty bread.Cactus (fresh, small, thick pads): Remove spines with knife and peel or purchase at market in a jar, diced and packed in its own juices. You can usually find it at Mexican markets; the cactus referred to is generally prickly-pear cactus. The juice from the prickly pear cactus is also useful in Native American craftwork, specifically painting with earth paints. Yield: 1 servings

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NATCHO BEAR CHUNKS

1 1 2 1/2 1/2 1 1/2 1 cup teaspoon teaspoon large teaspoon teaspoon

(4 to 6 lb.) bear roast marinade: beef broth salt oregano onion, sliced thin basil paprika

Place all ingredients in deep bowl to marinate. Turn roast at least twice to cover. Marinate overnight. Add all ingredients to crock pot or Dutch oven and cook on low setting 1 hour per pound or until tender. 4 lb Bear meat 2 Cloves garlic 1/2 Chunk of salt pork 1 c Black coffee Celery salt Onions Rub meat with plenty of salt (celery salt is preferable) and black pepper. Place in kettle with plenty of water and salt pork, garlic and black coffee. Boil until tender. Remove to roaster, add more salt and pepper and cover with plenty of sliced onions. Roast in 350 degree oven until brown. Use liquid boiled in for basting and making gravy. For those who do not desired the "wild taste" in bear meat, boil for about 10 minutes in soda water - 1 tablespoon soda to 2 quarts of water - drain and the meat is ready for cooking or preserving. From: Dave Drum Yield: 4 servings Date: 15 Feb 99

NATIVE AMER CORN SOUP-SALT POR
By: - Pauline Seneca, Cayuga, Iroquois Cookbook 1 6 4 1 4 qt. slices qts. tsp. pork dried indian corn salt pork water salt hocks dash of pepper Wash, then soak corn for 2 hours. Add 1 quart of corn to 4 quarts of water. Cook on medium heat for 1 hour. Add pork hocks, salt and pepper, and salt pork. Cook for 2 more hours,

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NATIVE AMER NAVAJO LAMB/BEAN/BEER/VEGGIE STEW-COORS CB
By: From Coors via Nanette Blanchard 1 16 1 16 1 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1/8 3 18 2 oz oz lb bottle c c clove tsp tsp medium oz tbs can navy beans, drained can garbanzo beans, drained boneless lamb, cut into 3/4-inch cu; bes beer chicken broth chopped onion garlic, minced salt pepper potatoes or turnips, peeled and cub; es (3 c) can whole kernel corn, drained snipped parsley

In a Dutch oven, combine drained beans, lamb, beer, broth, onion, garlic, salt and pepper. Bring to a boil, cover and simmer 45 minutes until lamp is nearly tender. Add potatoes or turnips and drained corn and simmer 15 minutes more until vegetables and meat are done. Stir in parsley and season to taste Yield: 8 servings.

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NATIVE AMERICAN ELK STEW WITH ACORN DUMPLINGS

4 1 1/2 1 1 1/4 2 1 3 2 1 1/4 1/2 1/2 1 3/4 1 2 2

slices lb qt cup bay teaspoon

bacon, halved elk or beef chuck steak, trimmed an; d cubes water plus 1/2 cup chopped onions leaves salt potatoes, peeled and diced carrots, peeled and diced

lg cup cup cup teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon

turnip, diced acorn meal or finely ground hazelnu; ts acorn dumplings acorn meal or finely ground hazelnu; ts whole wheat flour baking powder egg, beaten milk vegetable oil

In a large skillet over medium heat, cook bacon until some of its fat is rendered. Add elk and brown with the bacon. Add 1 quart of water, onion, bay leaves, and salt. Cover and simmer for 1 1/2 hours. Add potatoes, carrot and turnip and cook 30 minutes longer. Combine remaining water with acorn meal and stir into the simmering stew. In a bowl, combine dumpling ingredients and beat until smooth. Drop by tablespoonfuls into the simmering stew. Cover tightly and steam 12 to 15 minutes. Yield: 6 servings

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NATIVE AMERICAN ELK STEW WITH ACORN DUMPLINGS

4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/4 2 1 3 2 1 1/4 1/2 1/2 1 3/4 1 2 2

slices pound quart cup cup bay teaspoon

bacon, halved elk or beef chuck steak, trimmed an; d cubed water plus water chopped onions leaves salt potatoes, peeled and diced carrots, peeled and diced

large cup cup cup teaspoon tablespoons tablespoons

turnip, diced acorn meal or finely ground hazelnu; ts ***acorn dumplings*** acorn meal or finely ground hazelnu; ts whole wheat flour baking powder egg, beaten milk vegetable oil

In a large skillet over medium heat, cook bacon until some of its fat is rendered. Add elk and brown with the bacon. Add 1 quart of water, onion, bay leaves, and salt. Cover and simmer for 1 1/2 hours. Add potatoes, carrot and turnip and cook 30 minutes

longer. Combine remaining water with acorn meal and stir into the simmering stew. In a bowl, combine dumpling ingredients and beat until smooth. Drop by tablespoonfuls into the simmering stew. Cover tightly and steam 12 to 15 minutes. Yield: makes: 6

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NATIVE AMERICAN LIMA BEAN AND TOMATO SOUP

1 3 1 2 1/4 3 1 1

lbs quart

dried lima beans water parsley onions, sliced

lbs chili tbsp

salt pork tomatoes, cored pequin, crushed salt

1 Recipe by: the art of american indian cookery soak the beans in 1 ½ quarts water for 3 ½ hours; drain and rinse. 2 Place in large, heavy kettle, cover with 1 ½ quarts water, add remaining ingredients and simmer, slowly, for 1 hour. 3 Uncover and simmer for 1 additional hour. 4 Serve hot.

NATIVE AMERICAN LIMA BEAN AND TOMATO SOUP

1 3 1 2 1/4 3 1 1

lb quart

dried lima beans water sprig parsley onions, sliced

lb

salt pork tomatoes, cored chili pequin, crushed

tablespoon

salt

Soak the beans in 1 1/2 quarts water for 3 1/2 hours; drain and rinse. Place in large, heavy kettle, cover with 1 1/2 quarts water, add remaining ingredients and simmer, slowly, for 1 hour. Uncover and simmer for 1 additional hour. Serve hot. From: The Art of American Indian Cooking by Yeffe Kimbell and Jean Anderson, Avon Books (a division of The Hearst Corporation), New York, NY, 1965. Typed by Loren Martin Yield: 6 servings

Page 511

NATIVE AMERICAN RABBIT DELIGHT

1 1 1 1 1/4 3/4 1/2 1 1 1/2 1/4 2 cup cup cup tablespoon pinch teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon cup

young rabbit fat, broth or water with chicken bouillon cube lemon juice orange juice mushrooms, chopped, parsley, chopped, ginger salt pepper green peppers, chopped.

Cut up the rabbit and brown pieces in fat in a heavy pot. Add broth and other ingredients, season with salt, pepper and ginger. Cover and cook slowly until tender. from "Native Indian wild game, fish & wild foods cookbook" Yield: 1 servings

NATIVE AMERICAN RABBIT HOT POT CASSEROLE

1 4 4 1 2 1/2 pk c

rabbit, dressed carrots, peeled and sliced potatoes, peeled and sliced onion soup mix hot water

Cut rabbit into serving pieces and wash well. Blanch rabbit by putting it into a saucepan. Cover with water and bring to a boil. Remove rabbit from the saucepan and place in a greased casserole dish. Cover rabbit with the carrots and potatoes. Mix soup with the hot water and pour over vegetables. Cover and bake at 350 F for 2 hours.

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NATIVE AMERICAN RABBIT HOT POT CASSEROLE

1 4 4 1 2 1/2 pkg cup

rabbit, dressed carrots, peeled and sliced potatoes, peeled and sliced onion soup mix hot water

Cut rabbit into serving pieces and wash well. Blanch rabbit by putting it into a saucepan. Cover with water and bring to a boil. Remove rabbit from the saucepan and place in a greased casserole dish. Cover rabbit with the carrots and potatoes. Mix soup with the hot water and pour over vegetables. Cover and bake at 350 F for 2 hours. from "Native Indian wild game, fish & wild foods cookbook" Yield: 1 servings

Page 513

NATIVE BLUE CRAB CAKES W/ CHIMICHURI SAUCE

1/2 1/2 1/2 1/4 6 1/4 1/2 1/2 1/4 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/4 1 1 1/2 6 1 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1/2 1/4 1/4 1/2

cup cup cup cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup cup cup

sunflower seed oil onion; finely chopped parsley; finely chopped cornmeal; yellow, fine grind crabmeat; flaked (see note) lemon juice sea salt paprika white pepper dill weed; finely chopped celery; finely diced red bell pepper; roasted & . finely chopped scallion or wild onion . finely diced (use both . white & green parts)

cup cup cup cup cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup cup

chicken stock eggs; well beaten corn oil (for frying) cornmeal ----CHIMICHURI SAUCE---cilantro; minced parsley; minced onion; finely minced garlic; roasted & minced oregano; finely minced cayenne pepper black peppercorn; cracked salt balsamic vinegar red wine vinegar olive oil (or more to taste)

Note: If desired, crayfish, clams, lobsters or oysters may be substituted. Heat the sunflower seed or peanut oil in a medium cast-iron skillet over medium heat, then quickly saute the onion in the hot oil, stirring often. Add parsley and stir well. Add the 1/4 cup of yellow cornmeal, stirring continually and cooking for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and cool. In a large howl, combine the crabmeat, lemon juice, salt, paprika, white pepper, dill weed, celery, pepper, scallions, chicken stock, and eggs. Blend these ingredients thoroughly, cover, and chill for 3 hours. Heat the corn oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat until hot. Shape the crabmeat mixture into 16 well-proportioned cakes about 3 inches in diameter and about 1 inch thick. Dust each side lightly with the remaining cup of fine cornmeal, and ease the cakes one at a time, without crowding, into the hot oil. Quickly brown them on both

Page 514 sides, cooking for a total of about 15 minutes. Serve hot, garnished with additional green onions (scallions). watercress, dill, and lots of chimichuri sauce below. Makes 16 cakes To Make the Chimichuri Sauce: In a medium glass or ceramic bowl, combine all ingredients, blending thoroughly and adding additional olive oil if needed. Taste the mixture and balance the seasonings, then cover and refrigerate for 2 hours or overnight. Serve cold or at room temperature. May be pureed for a finer sauce or prepared more coarsely for a salsa-like presentation. The additions of l/2 cup roasted pine nuts and 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese brings this to the general nature of a cilantro pesto. This concoction should be peppery-spicy! Makes about 2 1/2 cups "Enduring Harvests: Native American Foods & Festivals for Every Season" by E. Barrie Kavasch The Globe Pequot Press, Old Saybrook, Connecticut ISBN = 1-56440-737-3 Scanned and formatted for you by The WEE Scot -- paul macGregor Yield: 8 servings

NATIVE CORN AND PUMPKIN STEW

2 1 2 3 3 1 8

tablespoons medium cloves cups cups sweet cups

butter or olive oil onion, chopped garlic, minced fresh pumpkin, peeled and cut into; 1-inch chunks, or 3 cups pumpkin puree corn kernels potato, peeled and cut into 1-inch; chunks broth or water dried or fresh sage leaves, to tast; e freshly-ground black pepper, to tas; te sea salt, to taste

1. In a large soup pot, saute onion and garlic in the butter or olive oil, stirring occasionally, for 5 minutes, until softened. Add the remaining ingredients and bring to a boil. 2. Reduce heat and simmer mixture, covered, for 20 minutes, or until pumpkin and potato are tender. 3. Using a potato-masher, gently mash the pumpkin and potato and stir thoroughly to combine. Taste for seasoning and add salt or pepper if needed. Serve hot. Yield: serves 6 to 8.

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NATIVE ROASTED PORK

3 4 1 2 1 1/2 1

pounds garlic large tablespoons tablespoon teaspoon cup

of pork loin cloves, cut in half onion, sliced butter (or low-fat substitute) dry mustard marjoram/oregano water or chicken broth salt and pepper to taste

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Use a sharp, pointed knife to make eight jabs in the roast, somewhat evenly spaced, to insert the garlic. Put the water or broth in the bottom of a shallow roasting pan, then the sliced onion, with the roast on top of the onion. Season the with salt and pepper (fresh ground if possible). Mix the butter and mustard together, brush the roast with the mixture and sprinkle with marjoram/oregano. Bake uncovered for 1 hour. Check and baste roast. This is the time to add any extras like potatoes, carrots or more onions. Continue roasting for about 1 1/2 hours more, checking and basting every so often. If the broth or water evaporates, add a little more. When done, put roast on a serving plate and add a little flour to the pan juices to make a light gravy

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NATIVEWAY ANUH'S GREEN CORN SOUP

1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 dash

onion green onions sprouted garlic cloves oil potatoes chicken broth milk salt and pepper to taste big pat of butter. fry bread

Green Corn soup was also made for Green Corn Ceremony using corn in the "mi lk" stage, also with wild onions. I have adopted, for myself, a recipe that I worked up using potatoes (common in the New England corn soups). Chop up a whole onion, and one or two green onions as well as one or two sprouted garlic cloves when available (we grow our own, so they are availab le much of the year). The garlic, btw, gives it a touch of the flavor of wild onions, which are as much garlic as onion in flavor. Cook in oil in a large pot. While that is cooking, peel and dice some potat oes. If you have "new potatoes", just scrub them and leave the skins on. Throw in the pot with the onions and cook it all until the onion is transparent. If the potatoes brown a little, all the better. Just barely cover with clear chicken broth and cook, covered, until the pot atoes are done. Add a dash of milk, salt and pepper to taste, and a big pat of butter. Serve with fry bread on the side and you have a very filling meal that is really healthy. Classification: Contemporary Adaptation Nation/Tribe: Cherokee (posted by Anuh@aol.com in the NA Message Board / NA Cuisine) From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

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NATIVEWAY APACHE ACORN STEW

3 1 1 3/4 1

lb

round steak, cut into bite size pieces sweet acorns (enough to make

cup

acorn flour) salt

Cook beef (elk or deer meat) in about 1 quart of water. Let it simmer for about 3 hours or until meat is well done. Salt to taste. Shell acorns and grind them into very fine flour until you have approximately 3/4 cup of flour. Strain the broth from the meat (it will be used later). Shred the meat and, placing it in a wooden bowl, mix it with the acorn flour. (Note: metal utensils or bowl will discolor the flour) Pour hot broth over the mixture and stir. It is now ready to serve in individual bowls. Usually served with fry bread. Classification: traditional Nation/Tribe: Apache From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

Page 518

NATIVEWAY BLACK VENISON SOUP

1/2 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 6 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1/2 2

cup lb lb teaspoon medium

corn oil chorizo sausage, chopped into bite size pieces venison back roast, chopped into bite size pieces salt, divided onions, chopped cloves garlic, roasted and chopped

tablespoon cup cup cup

celery seeds water black turtle beans, cooked tomatoes, cooked and chopped bay leaves any of the following or combination of the following:

small medium small tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon

negro, anco, or pasilla pepper, roasted and chopped poblano or mulato peppers, roasted and chopped jalapeno pepper, roasted and chopped ground cumin chili powder, roasted freshly ground pepper epazote or oregano, chopped

Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add teh chorizo, cooking and stirring quickly to sear in the juices. Spoon the chorizo over to one edge of the skillet and add the venison bits, stirring and cook ing quickly. Add half of the salt to the cooking meat, stirl well, and spoon to one side. Add the onions, garlic, and celery seeds. Cook thoroughly, stirring well. Cover and set aside. In a deep soup or stock pot, place the water, beans, tomatoes, and bay leav es. Cook over medium heat covered, moderating it to a slow, bubbling boil for about 20 minutes. Stir occasionally. Add the hot meat mixture to teh vegetable and bean pot, stirring thoroughly. Add all the remaining ingredients, blending carefully, and simmer for 15 minutes. Notes: This soup is better if its made the night or morning before and allowed to set so the flavors mingle. Serve this with cold sour cream, hot sauce, salsas, breads, diced bell peppers, red onion, and celery, and whole fresh cranberries. This dish is very spicy. "Enduring Harvests: Native American Foods & Festivals for Every Season" by E. Barrie Kavasch The Globe Pequot Press, Old Saybrook, Connecticut ISBN = 1-56440-737-3

Page 519 Classification: Contemporary Nation/Tribe: Deleware From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

NATIVEWAY CHICKEN CORN STEW (TSI-TA-GA A-SU-YI SE-LU)

1 1 1 1

chicken corn beans salt and pepper

Stew chicken until well done. Add cooked, skinned corn. Cook together long enough to get a good flavor. Beans may be added if you like. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Classification: Traditional Nation/Tribe: Cherokee From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

NATIVEWAY CORN BREAD SOUP (SE-LU GA-DU OO-GA-MA)

1 1 1 1

cornbread water grease meat

Slice cold cornbread as thin as possible. Toast both sides before the fire, drop the toasted pieces into boiling water, and season with grease and meat if you have it. Classification: Traditional Nation/Tribe: Cherokee From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

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NATIVEWAY CORNMEAL GRAVY

1 1 1 1 1

water or milk salt red pepper meat gease cornmeal

Put some water, milk (if you have it), salt, and red pepper in a skillet where meat has been cooked (if you have meat), otherwise use a clean skille t. Add cornmeal and cook until the meal is done. Eat this by itself, with bread for breakfast, or with vegetables if you have some. Classification: Traditional Nation/Tribe: Cherokee From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

NATIVEWAY DRIED CORN SOUP

1 7 1 1 5 1/8 oz teaspoon cup

ear dried blue and white or other c; orn, removed from the cob water (2x1) strip fat back, sliced dried beef fresh ground pepper

Soak the corn in 2 cups water for 48 hours. Place the corn and its soaking water in a large saucepan. Add the remain ing water and the fat back, and simmer, covered, for about 3 hours and 50 minut es or until the corn is tender but not soft. Mix in the dried beef and pepper, and simmer, stirring, for 10 minutes more. Serve hot. ***This is great with some frybread and then maple candy or an Apricot drink. Classification: Unknown Nation/Tribe: Cherokee (CeriseD@aol.com from the NA Message Board) From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

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NATIVEWAY EGG SOUP

1 1 1 1 1 1

eggs water salt grease meat mush

Beat eggs (chicken or bird) slightly and pour into boiling water. Season with salt and grease. Add meat if you have it. Serve the soup hot with mush. Classification: Traditional Nation/Tribe: Cherokee From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

NATIVEWAY FISH SOUP

1 1 1 1 1 1

eggs water salt grease meat mush

Beat eggs (chicken or bird) slightly and pour into boiling water. Season with salt and grease. Add meat if you have it. Serve the soup hot with mush. Classification: Traditional Nation/Tribe: Cherokee From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

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NATIVEWAY FISH SOUP #2

1 1 1

fish water cornmeal mush

Clean and bake a fish very brown. Put the fish into a pot of water and cook until done. Serve this soup with mush. Classification: Traditional Nation/Tribe: Cherokee From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

NATIVEWAY HICKORY NUT SOUP

1 1 1

hickory nuts meal boiling water dumplings

Using pre-prepared hickory nuts "balls", place desired number of balls in a pot and pour boiling water over them, stirring constantly. If this is made into a thick soup, it can be served with any type of bread or dumpling. If it is made into a thin soup, it may also be used as a drink. As soon as enough soup has been poured off to leave a very thic k mixture, more water may be added. Do not drink the very last of the mixture because that is where the little bits of hull will be. Classification: Traditional Nation/Tribe: Cherokee From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

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NATIVEWAY HOMINY SOUP (GV-WI SI-DA A-MA-GI-I)

1 1 1

corn grits or fresh corn and lye water

Put grits left over from sieving parched cornmeal into boiling water. Cook briskly until soft, then pour into a storage vessel. Drink fresh, hot or cold, or wait for it to ferment. ~orUsing fresh corn, make grits. Make the soup as when using parched corn grits. ~orUse parched corn grits to make hominy soup. Put the corn in the lye until the skin slips. Beat the corn in the cornbeater, and sift the meal to remove the larger particles. Cook the larger particles in water unt il they are done. Store this soup in a pottery jar. It will turn sour like buttermilk by the next day. You can keep this for up to four days before you have to throw any of it out. This drink/soup was always offered to visitors and enjoyed by those who worked in the field. Classification: Traditional Nation/Tribe: Cherokee From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

NATIVEWAY MEAT SKIN SOUP

1

info file

Boil meat skins of any kind until they are done, bake or roast until they are brown. Put in water with a little salt and boil until you get a good flavor. Thicken with a little cornmeal, cook until cornmeal is done. Classification: Traditional Nation/Tribe: Cherokee From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

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NATIVEWAY MUSHRAT (MUSKRAT) FIDDLEHEAD STEW

1 1 1

muskrat fiddle-head ferns potatos

I lived on a Passamaquoddy Rez in Maine for 10 years and still go back a lot. It is one of the "Abnaki" tribes (they say Wabanaki, Dawn People. One thing I really liked there (to my surprise) was "Mushrat" (Muskrat) stew with fiddle-head ferns and potatos, which is a springtime dish of great est eem. I can't tell you how it's prepared, but maybe someone here can. The mushrat , it was pointed out to me, is a very clean animal that swims, and eates only vegetation. The fiddleheads are a species of fern that grows by river banks . It is cut low to the ground when it first comes out of the ground and forms that coiled up shape like the far end of a fiddle. Coiled up, in other word s. They collect them in net onion bags. It is a real pain to clean them, but worth it. You have to put them in cold water and uncurl each one and take off the brown stuff that looks like the stuff on peanuts. Then you have to par boil them a while and throw off the first water. Then they are gently cooked again in water in a pan that has had salt pork "tried out" (fried gently) in it. Near the end of the cooking, often cut up potatos are added. Fiddleheads are delicious, hard to explain what they are like. I don't know how the muskrat is prepared, but apparantly as any stew. This dish -- muskr at, potatoes and fiddleheads -- is only do-able for about 3 weeks max, of the year. The muskrat tastes like turkey. Classification: Traditional Nation/Tribe: Abenaki (posted by Sue4711@aol.com in the NA Message Board / NA Cuisine) From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

Page 525

NATIVEWAY NUT AND MINT SOUP

20 1/2 2 1 2 1/2 1 3 1 1

oz cup

beef consomme raw pinon nuts stalks of mint leaves, washed

lb cup

chick-peas, drained and rinsed water fresh ground pepper to taste

Place consomme, water and pinon nuts in a large saucepan and bring to a boil. Reduce heat, add chick-peas, and simmer for 15 minutes. Turn heat off, add mint leaves, and let steep about one minute. Serve immediately. Season each helping with fresh ground pepper. Classification: unknown Nation/Tribe: unknown From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

NATIVEWAY OTOE DRIED CORN SOUP

3 1 1

lb

beef cut into 2 cubes box copes dried corn water

Put beef corn into 5 qt. pot add water to about 3 " from top of pot. Use medium heat cook about 2 hours give or take. Do not add any more water.....eat with frybread. Classification: unknown Nation/Tribe: unknown From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 5 servings

Page 526

NATIVEWAY PEANUT SOUP

9 2 2 11 1 1

oz cup cup gm tablespoon

jar, dry roasted peanuts water milk package instant chicken broth minced chives

Chop the nuts fine or puree in a blender. Place the nuts and remaining ingredients in a large saucepan and heat, stirring for 5 to 20 minutes. Serve hot. Special Note: This soup is extremely rich!! Make the portions small. You can substitute peanut butter in a pinch. Classification: Traditional / Contemporary Nation/Tribe: Cherokee From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

NATIVEWAY POTATO SOUP (NU-NV OO-GA-MA)

1 1 1 1 1

potatoes onions water milk salt and pepper

Peel white potatoes and cut them into small pieces. Boil in water with an onion or two until potatoes and onions mash easily. After mashing, add some fresh milk and reheat the misture. Add salt and pepper if desired. This soup is best when eaten hot. Classification: Traditional Nation/Tribe: Cherokee From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

Page 527

NATIVEWAY PUEBLO PUMPKIN SOUP

2 2 1 1 1 1 1/2 1/2 2 2 1 1/2 1 1

tablespoon

butter or oil tomatoes , peeled, seeded and chopped green bellpepper, chopped

large teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup tablespoon cup

onion, chopped dried mint sugar grated nutmeg cooked pumpkin chicken broth flour light creme or milk chopped fresh cilanto (corriander) for garnish

Saute tomatoes, pepper, onion, mint, sugar, nutmeg in butter for 5mins. Add pumpkin and broth and bring to boil. Stir until well blended. Reduce heat and simmer covered for 15-20 mins. Mix flour and creme until smooth and add to soup. Stir until thickened. Garnish with Cilantro. Classification: Contemporary Nation/Tribe: Pueblo (posted by WarmPup@aol.com in the NA Message Board / NA Cuisine) From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

Page 528

NATIVEWAY PUMPKIN SOUP

1 1 2 3 1/2 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

small tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon cup

pumpkin, or 29oz canned pumpkin peanut oil or sunflower oil maple syrup or honey ground spicebush berries or allspice chick or beef broth thinly sliced green onion tops chopped hazelnuts roasted pumpkin and sunflower seeds for garnish salt pepper

Place pumpkin in saucepan. Season with salt, peper, spiceberry, and syrup. Slowly stir in broth to consistency desired. Simmer over med heat for about 5 mins until hot. (If desired, serve in small pumpkin or squash shells). Garnish with onions, nuts and hulled seeds Classification: Contemporary Nation/Tribe: Unknown NE Woodland (posted by WarmPup@aol.com in the NA Message Board / NA Cuisine) From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

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NATIVEWAY SAVORY VENISON STEW

1/2 1 1/2 1 1 3 8 3 3 1 2 1 1 1/4 1/4 1/4 1 1/4 1 2 1 8 1

cup lb medium large small

corn oil trimmed venison, cubed into bite-sized pieces onion, coarsely chopped cloves garlic, finely diced red potatoes, quartered celery stalks, diced carrots, cut into 1/2 inch rounds bay leaves

cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup oz

wild mushrooms, cut into bite-sized pieces dried, finely crumbled sage dried parsely, chopped coarse salt ground pepper to taste any hot sauce (such as tobasco) water, vegetable, or meat stock jar, prepared salsa, mild or according to taste

In a large cast-iron skillet or pot, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add venison and quickly brown on all sides, stirring frequently. Add onion, garlic, and potatoes, stirring well. Add remaining ingredients, blending and stirring well. Cover and cook for 30 minutes or until the venison and potatoes are tender. Balance the seasonings to your taste. If stew ends up to spicy, serve with sour cream. Classification: Contemporary Nation/Tribe: Northeast Woodland From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

Page 530

NATIVEWAY SILKSTONE'S CORN SOUP

1 1 1 1 1 1

fresh corn; grated scrap pork - fat back or hocks water finely chopped green onions salt and pepper

Take fresh corn - rub it on a grater to make the milk to run - scrape the whole works - kernel milk into a pot -(it takes a bunch but be patient ) - - cook the soup - add scrap pork - fat back or hocks or what you have - and a bit of water - to thin for cooking - keep adding water while the pot boils to a creamy broth - add finely chopped green onions to taste and salt and pepper - skim the soup when the meat is tender and falling apart - thin to a good consistancy - taste - UMMMMM _ think I'll go make some now ! (I use frozen corn on the cob in the winter !) Classification: Contemporary Nation/Tribe: Unknown Woodland (posted by SilkStone@aol.com in the Na Message Board / NA Cuisine) From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

NATIVEWAY SUNFLOWER SEED SOUP

2 6 3 2 1 1

cup cup small tablespoon

hulled sunflower seeds chicken broth green onions, thinly sliced chopped fresh dill salt and ground pepper to taste

Place sunflower seeds in a large saucepan. Add chicken broth and green onions. Cook uncovered, over low heat for about 1 hour. Stir in dill and season with salt and pepper to taste. Classification: Contemporary Nation/Tribe: Ottawa (as posted by WarmPup@aol.com in the NA Message Board / NA Cuisine) From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

Page 531

NATIVEWAY VENISON AND WILD RICE STEW

3 1/2 1 2 1/8 2 2 1 1 1/2 1

lb teaspoon teaspoon quart

shoulder of venison, cut into 2 cubes salt freshly ground pepper water yellow onions, peeled and quartered

cup

wild rice, washed in cold water

Place the venison, water, and onions in a large, heavy kettle and simmer uncovered for 3 hours or until venison is tender. Mix in the salt, pepper, and wild rice. Cover and simmer for 20 minutes more. Stir, then simmer uncovered for an additional 20 minutes more, or until rice is tender and most of the liquid is absorbed. Classification: Traditional Nation/Tribe: Unknown From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

NATIVEWAY VENISON WILD RICE CASSEROLE

1 2 1 4 1 12

cup cup can small

wild rice water cream of mushroom soup venison chops or steaks onion strips bacon

In a small roasting pan mix 1 cup of wild rice with 2 cups of water and 1 small can of cream of mushroom soup. On top of mixture place about 3 to 5 venison chops or steaks. Place 1 small onion (sliced) in pan and three stri ps of bacon over venison. Cook in oven at 350 until rice and venison is done. About 45 minutes. Eat and enjoy! Classification: Contemporary Nation/Tribe: Ojibwa (posted by Wenadis@aol.com in the NA Message Board / NA Cuisine) From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

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NATIVEWAY YELLOW JACKET SOUP

1 1

ground dwelling yellowjacket grubs

Although the mention of "yellowjacket soup" immediately raises an eyebrow on those unaccustomed to such a food, it is actually a delicacy and should not be criticized until tried. Only the bravest should dare to try this dish!! Secure an entire nest of ground dwelling yellowjackets when it is full of grubs. Loosen all the uncovered grubs by heating and removing them. Heat the nest with the remaining grubs over a fire until the thin, paper-like covering parches. Pick out the yellowjackets and brown them over the fire. Cooked the browned yellowjackets in boiling water to make soup and season to taste. Classification: traditional Nation/Tribe: Cherokee / Eastern Cultures From: The Native Way Cookbook: The Cookbook Of The Grandmothers At: http://www.wisdomkeepers.org/nativeway "Visit the White Buffalo Sites and the Native American Ring" Yield: 4 servings

NAVAJO GREEN CHILI

3 3 1/3 3 4 32 2 6 3 2 1/2 1/2

lb tablespoon cup medium oz cup oz cup teaspoon teaspoon

pork shoulder trimmed of fat, and; cut into 1/4 cubes bacon grease flour onions; coarsely chopped garlic cloves (or more) minced canned whole green chilis cut into; 1/4 bits stewed tomatoes canned tomato paste water salt dried, ground mexican oregan

Melt bacon grease in a skillet over med-high heat. Put flour into a paper bag and shake the meat with the flour to coat meat. Add the meat to the bacon grease a little at a time and brown well & evenly. Remove the meat to a 5 qt. Dutch oven. Add the onions & garlic to the skillet and saute until transluscent. Add these to the pork in the pot. Stir in the remaining ingredients, bring pot to a boil, and keep stirring every 2-3 minutes. When boiling lower heat to low and simmer for 45 minutes. Taste, adjust seasonings as per personal taste, and cook for 30 mins. more. Yield: 6 servings

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NAVAJO GREEN GHILI STEW

1/4 3 1 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1/2 1/2 1

cup slice large centiliter lb cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup

corn oil bacon onion; coarsely chopped garlic; diced lean ground beef or lamb beef broth stewing tomatoes; coarsely . chopped green chili peppers; peeled . roasted & coarsely choppd cilantro; diced dried oregano ground cumin pinto, black turtle or . anasazi beans; cooked salt & pepper to taste

cup cup cup cup

lettuce; shredded carrots; shredded onions; shredded cheddar cheese; shredded

Heat the oil in a large heavy skillet; cook the bacon, onion, and garlic in the oil over medium heat for several minutes until the onion is just translucent. Draw these ingredients over to one side of the pan and add the ground beef or lamb, stirring and browning quickly. Add beef broth, tomatoes, peppers, herbs and seasonings, and beans, if desired. Thoroughly stir these ingredients and simmer for 30 minutes. Balance and adjust flavors. Set aside or save overnight and rewarm. Blend greens, carrots, onions, and cheese in a medium bowl and chill until you are ready to serve the chili, spooned hot over these ingredients. To assemble Navajo Tacos, top a warm piece of frybread with a generous handful of the chilled lettuce mixture. Spoon a generous serving of the Navajo Green Chili Stew on top. Some individuals may want additional shredded cheese and hot sauce on top of this. Selections of these condiments, and more, are usually provided, so that each person can dress his or her own tacos accordingly. All of this is served with great good humor, which simply makes everything taste better! ** Enduring Harvests: Native American Foods & Festivals for Every Season ** by E. Barrie Kavasch ** The Globe Pequot Press, POBox 833, Old Saybrook, Connecticut 06475 ** ISBN 1-56440-737-3 Scanned and formatted for you by The WEE Scot -- paul macGregor From: Paul Macgregor Yield: 24 tacos Date: 03-27-96

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NAVAJO LAMB STEW

1 1 1 1 2 4 2 2 1 1 1

medium lb

onion, peeled lamb chunks oil water to cover

tablespoon cup tablespoon tablespoon

mild red chile powder cooked pinto beans masa or flour tomato ketchup mexican oregano garlic powder salt and black pepper

Chop onion. Saute onion and lamb in a little oil. Add water to cover and bring to a boil. Simmer several hours until the lamb is very tender. Stir the masa or flour into the beans and add the beans to the lamb. Squirt a couple of tablespoons of catsup into the stew and season with the oregano, garlic, salt and pepper to taste. This is a hearty stew that is very filling on cold nights. From: Gild@theonramp.Net (Mary Filmore) Yield: 4 servings

NAVAJO MUTTON STEW
By: http://www.fooddownunder.com 1 2 pound pcs lean mutton medium onions halved salt pepper coarsely chopped celery 3 6 1 pcs pcs pc large potatoes cubed thickly-sliced carrots cabbage sliced finely pinch of oregano or italian spices l pc large can of stewed tomatoes red wine and/or beef stock Flavor the meat with spices and slow cook in liquid stock for about 4 hours. Add vegetables and more liquid and cook up to another 4 hours.

Page 535

NAVAJO PASOLE RESTAURANT
By: Burning Tree 3/4 2 2 pot can can Water chicken base to taste white hominy diced tomato garlic menudo spice mix chili powder Mexican or California fresh celentro; chopped onion; chopped chicken or pork; cooked boned chopped Add all to soup pot spice to taste ( slightly hot) let simmer two hours and add cooked meat last. Adjust seasoning if needed.

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NAVAJO POSOLE

2 cups blue dried posole (dried whole hominy) 1/2 cup mild fresh green chiles, roasted, peeled amd chopped or 1 4 oz can 1 - 3 fresh or canned jalapeños, peeled, seeded, chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 onion, chopped 1 -2 peeled, seeded, chopped tomatoes (about 1 cup) 2 - 3 lb boneless pork roast 2 tsp dried oregano 1/4 cup choppeed fresh cilantro Salt to taste Rinse posole in cold water until water runs clear. Soak for several hours or overnight in cold water. Place posole with water to cover in large heavy covered pot or Dutch oven. Bring to a boil, reduce heat to low and summer, covered, till posole pops, about 1 hour. Roasat the peppers (if fresh) in a paper bag in a 400° oven for about 10 minutes , remove, cool, peel (skin slips off easily). If using canned posole (about 8 cups) or frozen (3 lbs), omit the cooking step. Add everything but the herbs and salt. Simmer, covered, 4 hours. (3 if using canned or frozen hominy). Remove meat, shred, return to pot, add herbs. Taste for seasoning, add salt to taste. Simmer, covered, 1 more hour. This recipe is from Marilyn Yazzie, Navajo, Tsenjikini (honeycombed rock) mother's clan, Tachiinnii (Red runs into the water) Father's clan. She favors using only fresh chiles, and likes it hot. She uses lean pork and no salt, for health reasons. If you're not so sure about fiery southwestern foods, use only 1 jalapeno, or use only mild green chiles, no jalapenos. This and many others can be found in Spirit of the Harvest: North American Indian Cooking (see main RECIPES page, cookbooks section). Because we don't have the taste for such hot foods up north here as they do in the southwest, when I make this posole I omit the jalapenos entirely, and added the cilantro to Marilyn's recipe. I cook up a bowl of hotter sauce for those who like it, and serve a (small) bowl of chopped jalapenos on the side for the real cast-iron gullets among us. I probably never will make the 2-day posole on the IHS server (seems kind of like you either have to live on a rach or in a sururban house with a backyard barbeque), but I've made Marilyn's many times, once 10 times the amount (in 4 pots) for a large crowd. Yield: 6 servings

Page 537

NAVAJO STEW - THE INTERMEDIATE EATER

2 2 2 4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1/2 1 12 1 6 1 1 1/2 1/2

lb tablespoon

beef chunks cooking oil onions; sliced cloves garlic

cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup small can

celery tomatoes salt freshly ground pepper thyme frozen peas carrots tiny onions; (one pound) potatoes; peeled and quartered

cup cup teaspoon

red wine flour kitchen bouquet

Brown the beef chunks in the hot oil. Then add the sliced onions, garlic, celery, tomatoes (which have first been put through a blender), thyme, salt, pepper, wine and 1 1/2 cups water. Bring to boil, lower heat, cover and simmer the pot two hours. Add to the pot the potatoes and carrots and simmer, covered, another 45 minutes. Drain the baby onions, saving the liquid. Add them and the peas to the pot. Mix the flour with 3/4 cup of the liquid from the canned onions. When smooth stir into the pot along with the Kitchen Bouquet. Let the stew thicken for another 5 minutes, then dish into large bowls. Recipe by: The Intermediate Eater From: "Greg Hastings" <ghasting@home.Co Yield: 6 servings

Page 538

NETTLE SOUP

1

x

no ingredients

50g (2oz) butter 25g (1 oz) flake oatmeal 175g (6oz) leeks, white and green parts 225g (8oz) nettle tops, chopped 350g (12 oz) potatoes, peeled and diced 900ml (1½ pints) vegetable stock or water 300ml (10 fl oz) milk salt and freshly milled black pepper. Melt the butter in a large saucepan and fry the oatmeal until well toasted. Stir in the leeks, nettle tops and potatoes and continue to fry for a few minutes. Stir in the liquid and the seasoning. Bring to the boil, then reduce the heat and simmer very gently for about 30 minutes until the vegetables are tender and the oatmeal cooked. Stir frequently during the cooking to ensure that the potato and oatmeal do not stick and burn. Sieve or liquidise the soup, adjust the seasoning and serve very hot.

Page 539

NEW MEXICAN RED CHILE TURKEY
By: Diane Lauer, Loveland, Co 1/2 2 1 2 1 4 1 cup (1/4 lb.) tablespoons tablespoon tablespoons tablespoon cloves turkey (14 to 18 l kosher salt pepper 10 1 2 dried onion (10 oz.) to 4 cups fat-skimmed chicken broth new mexico chiles (2 to 3 oz. total; see notes) butter chopped fresh oregano leaves or dried oregano chopped fresh thyme leaves or dried thyme garlic, peeled and minced, plus 1 w; hole head (3 oz.)

Notes: If you can't find New Mexico chiles in supermarkets or Latino grocery stores, substitute dried California chiles. Prep and Cook Time: 3 to 4 hours. 1. Preheat oven to 325°. In a 1- to 2-quart pan over medium heat, melt butter. Stir in half the oregano and thyme and the minced garlic. Remove from heat. 2. Remove and discard leg truss from turkey. Pull off and discard any lumps of fat. Remove giblets and neck (they're often packed in neck or body cavity) and save for gravy or discard. Rinse turkey inside and out; pat dry. Lightly sprinkle turkey cavities with salt and pepper and remaining oregano and thyme. 3. Rinse chiles and pat dry. Cut off stems and shake out seeds (cut chiles, if necessary, to remove seeds easily). Peel onion and cut into 1-inch wedges. Rinse garlic head and cut in half crosswise. Place half the chiles, onion, and garlic in turkey body cavity. Set a V-shaped rack in a 12- by 17-inch roasting pan. Place remaining chiles under center of rack. Set turkey, breast up, on rack. If desired, tuck wing tips under body and loosely tie ends of drumsticks together with cotton string. If turkey overlaps pan rim, tuck a strip of heavy-duty foil along pan sides to keep fat from dripping over. Brush turkey all over with butter mixture. Sprinkle lightly with salt and pepper. Lay remaining onion and garlic, cut side down, in pan. Pour 2 cups broth into pan. 4. Roast turkey until a meat thermometer inserted straight down through thickest part of breast to the bone registers 160°, 2 to 3 hours. Check pan occasionally; if most of the broth has evaporated, add 1 to 2 cups more broth so pan drippings don't burn. Tip turkey slightly to drain juices from body cavity into pan. Transfer to a platter. Let stand in a warm place, uncovered, for 15 to 30 minutes. 5. Meanwhile, pour pan juices into a 2- to 4-cup glass measure. Skim off and discard fat. Pour 2 cups of the pan juices (if you don't have enough, add more broth to make 2 cups) into a blender. Add onion and chiles from turkey cavity and pan. If desired, squeeze garlic from skins into blender, or discard garlic head. Holding blender lid down with a towel, whirl until mixture is coarsely puréed. Return sauce to roasting pan and stir over

Page 540 medium heat until hot. Add salt to taste and pour into a bowl. 6. Carve turkey and serve with chile sauce. If thigh joints are still pink (common in an oven-roasted bird), cut drumsticks from thighs, place thighs in a baking pan, and bake in a 350° to 450° oven until no longer pink, 10 to 15 minutes, or put on a microwave-safe plate and cook in a microwave oven at full power (100%) for 1 to 3 minutes. Diane Lauer recalls her first Thanksgiving in New Mexico, as a teacher at the San Diego Mission School at the Jemez Pueblo Indian reservation: It was sure different from the Thanksgiving dinner I grew up with in Illinois red chile gravy instead of giblet gravy The garlicky spiced bird was heaven. Yield: 14 to 18 servin

Page 541

NEW MEXICO CHILI ALA KATHY PITTS

10 3 5 3 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 centiliter lb

roast chiles roasted green bell peppers roasted tomatoes lean boneless pork or lamb seasoned flour hot lard chopped onions garlic flour to make a roux chicken broth cumin mexican oregano

I don't have a real recipe for New Mexico-style chile, although I do make it occasionally when I manage to drag home more fresh Anaheim or Poblano chiles than I can dispose of otherwise. (Kroger's sometimes has BIG bags of them for 99 cents a bag ;-) What I do is first roast the chiles (either in the broiler or -better -- over charcoal). The number of chiles I use depends on the size/heat of the chiles, and can range from 2-3 to 10 or more. If the chiles are really hot (it happens sometimes, even with Anaheims), I'll also add 3-4 roasted green bell peppers to give the dish the required pepper taste without rendering it inedible by anyone without an asbestos esophagus. After the chiles have cooled a bit, I peel and seed them, and cut them into coarse dice. I sometimes (not always) will also roast/peel 5-6 tomatoes to place in the chiles, but tomatoes are optional in this dish, and I usually don't use 'em. Next, cut up 3-4 pounds of lean boneless pork (beef is sometimes used, but isn't as good in this dish, IMHO, and I would imagine lamb would be very good here indeed). Coat the meat in seasoned flour, and brown it in hot lard. Remove from the pan and set aside. Toss a couple of chopped onions into the pot, along with a clove or two of garlic. When the onions are golden, I add enough flour to make a roux, and cook until the roux is light brown. I then add chicken broth to make a fairly thin gravy, the pork, chiles, tomatoes (if used), and season the dish with cumin and Mexican oregano. Simmer for a couple of hours, until the pork is tender and the flavors have blended. The end dish should have a pronounced green chile/pepper flavor and be the consistancy of a thick stew. It's very good by itself, or as a filling for burritos/soft tacos, and is wonderful reheated the next morning and served as a side dish with scrambled eggs for breakfast. Wes, for some bizarre reason, likes it over rice...

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Sorry for the inexact recipe/directions. I learned to make this dish from an ex-neighbor who was or mixed Hispanic/Native American ancestry, and never QUITE got around to rendering her directions into a real recipe. (She served the dish with fry bread, and a pot of white beans on the side -- have no idea whether this was traditional or simply the way she liked it.) Kathy in Bryan, TX from Kathy Pitts Yield: 1 batch

Page 543

NEW TEXAS VENISON-BLACK BEAN CHILI

4 1 1 6 1 1 1 1 4 2 4 1 2 1 1 12 1 1 1 2 1 1 1

tablespoon lb

olive oil venison leg, well-trimmed of fat and finely chopped garlic cloves, finely chopped onion, chopped jalapeno, seeded and chopped

tablespoon medium teaspoon quart oz cup teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon

ancho puree chipotles in adobo, chopped tomatoes, blanched, peeled, seeded and diced ground cumin chicken or vegetable stock (or more as needed) bottle dark beer black beans, soaked overnight and drained epazote masa harina chopped fresh cilantro salt and freshly ground pepper to taste

Here's one from Stephen Pyles' New Tastes from Texas Cookbook (Clarkson Potter/Publishers, 1998). He does say, "We have a saying in Texas: If you have beans about Texas, you know Texas chili has no beans. But this is, after all, _New Tastes from Texas_...." He serves it with goat cheese crema and a Southern salsa, called "slang jang." Hope this exotic enough for you. Heat the oil in a heavy stockpot or casserole until lightly smoking. Add the venison, garlic, onion, and jalapeno; cook over medium heat until the meat has browned, about 15 minutes. Add the ancho puree, chipotles, tomatoes, and cumin; cook for 10 minutes longer. Add the stock and beer; bring to a boil. Add the black beans and epazote. Reduce the heat and let simmer for 1 1/2 to 2 hours or until the meat beans are perfectly tender, stirring occasionally. Add more stock throughout the cooking process, if necessary, to keep the meat and beans covered. Whisk in the masa harina and cilantro. Season with salt and pepper to taste and garnish with Goat Cheese Creme and Slang Jang. (email/posted) Paul Frohlich, President Yum™ Corporation yumsf@aol.com. From: Yumsf@aol.Com (Yum Sf) Yield: 4 servings

Page 544

NEWFOUNDLAND MOOSE STEW

3 1 1 1/4 6 1/4 1 2 10 1 2

lb teaspoon teaspoon cup lb small

moose meat, cut into small pieces salt pepper water margarine onion carrots potatoes

small

turnip parsnips

Heat fry pan and melt margarine. Brown moose meat in hot butter. Add water, salt, and pepper. Let simmer for one hour Add chopped onion Let simmer for another hour. Cut carrots, potatoes, turnip, and parsnips into a bout 1 pieces, and add. Cook for another 10 minutes. Add dumplings and cook for another 20 minutes. Serve with dumplings while hot. bc@baccalieu.com Yield: 4 servings

Page 545

NEWFOUNDLAND RABBIT STEW

2 2 1 4 3 1 3 1 1/2 1/2 teaspoon cup slice teaspoon cup cup

rabbits cut into pieces water chopped onion salt pork flour diced turnip diced carrots salt diced potatoes

Heat fry pan and fry salt pork. Dredge the rabbit meat with flour. Brown rabbit meat in hot fat. Place the browned rabbit meat in a large pot Add water to the frying pan to remove all the browning liquid and add it to the pot. Add enough water to cover the rabbit meat. Add chopped onion, salt and pepper. Simmer, do not boil for 2 to 2 1/2 hours until the meat is tender. Add cubed carrots, potatoes, and turnip. Bring the stew to a slow boil. Cook for another 10 minutes. Add flour thickening (See recipe which follows) to the stew to make gravy. Add dumplings and cook for another 20 minutes. Serve with dumplings while hot. Flour Thickening Take a small jar with a cover. Place 1/4 cup of cold water in the jar. On top of the water place 2 tbsp. of flour. Place the cover on the jar and shake until the mixture is smooth Add to liquid from meat to make it thicker. bc@baccalieu.com Yield: 4 servings

Page 546

NOPALES GUISADOS- STEWED NOPAL CACTUS
By: Inelva Carrasco Espinosa Oaxaca, Mexico 1 1 1/4 1/2 1 1 2 1/2 lb. lb. lb. cup T. sprig tsp. tsp. nopales (cactus paddles) plum (roma) tomatoes medium onions water, divided olive oil epazote stock salt, or o taste

A unique recipe from Inelva Carrasco Espinosa of Oaxaca, Mexico. Nopales are also known as cactus paddles. Epazote - pronounced (eh-paw-ZOH-teh): An herb well-known to Mexican and Caribbean cooking. It is also known as pigweed or Mexican tea and is frequently regarded as a garden pest. It is most commonly used in black bean recipes to ward off some of the gassy side affects of eating beans. Much like cilantro, it is referred to as an acquired taste. The herb is quite pungent and some say it smells like fuel. Epazote is a commonly found plant native to Mexico and the tropical regions of Central and South America and is widely naturalized throughout the world. In Brazil it goes by the name erva-de-santa-maria or mastruco; in Peru it's called paico, and it is known throughout Mexico and Latin America as epazote. Bring a medium saucepan of water to a boil. Trim off spines and damaged bits, clean and wash the cactus. Cut each paddle into half-inch squares. Drop the cactus pieces into the boiling water and cook for 5 minutes; drain. Trim stem ends of the tomatoes and cut the tomatoes into quarters. Place them in a blender container with the onion and one-fourth cup water. Whirl until thoroughly blended. Heat the olive oil in a saucepan. Add the tomato mixture, epazote, stock and salt. Bring to a boil and simmer uncovered about 10 minutes. Add the cactus squares and the remaining one-fourth cup water. Bring to a boil and simmer gently, uncovered, 5 minutes. If the sauce becomes too thick, thin with a little water. Yield: 4-6 servings

Page 547

NOQ QUI VI > HOPI HOMINY STEW

2 1 1 1 1 1

lb gal

lamb or mutton, stew meat cubes can, white hominy handful of green chiles (jalapen~o works well)

tablespoon

salt

Simmer meat, covered with water to which the salt has been added, in a slow cooker for an hour or two after water reaches simmer temperature, adding liquid as necessary. Add hominy. Cover and simmer for several hours, preferably overnight. Chop chiles finely and reserve. Serve stew with chiles and Hopi frybread on the side. The best meal I ever had was in a restaurant on Second Mesa on the Hopi Reservation, and the following recipes borrowed from _Hopi Cookery_ by Juanita Tiger Kavena come awfully close to duplicating it. Original poster not recorded. Yield: 1 servings

NORTH WOOD CLAM CHOWDER

6 6 2 1 1 1/2 1 4 1/2 1/3 3 1 1/2 2 1/2 1/2

medium cup tablespoon medium tablespoon cup cup cup teaspoon

potatoes,peeled and cut into 1/2 cu; bes chicken stock (you can use canned c; hicken broth.) 6 1/2 oz cans minced clams,drained; - save liquid lemon juice onion,diced 6 oz pkg. fresh mushrooms,sliced in; three pieces lengthwise butter flour bay leaves whipping cream cooked wild rice pepper

Salt to taste Golden sherry Saute onions and mushrooms in butter until onions are clear. Put potatoes,broth,clam liquid and lemon juice in a 6 qt. soup pot.Boil 20 minutes.Add flour to onions and mushrooms,stir until smooth. Add onion mixture to soup pot.Toss in bay leaves and pepper, add salt to taste,cook for 10 minutes.Stir often.Add clams,cream and wild rice.Heat - stirring constantly.Just before serving add sherry to taste. Yield: 6 servings

Page 548

NTAUK CLAM CHOWDER

4 2 2 2 2 2 6 1 1/8 yellow can tbls. tbls. c. potatoes (peeled & tsp. tsp.

slices bacon onions (peeled & minced) clams butter/margarine flour water salt pepper

Cut bacon into small strips. Brown bacon. Add onions and saute until golden. Chop clams, drain and save liquid. Add clams to pot. Mix in butter/margarine and flour. Heat, stirring for 2 min. Stir in clam juice and water. Add potatoes, salt and pepper. Simmer, covered for 2 hours. Stir occassionally.

Page 549

NUPA ACORN SOUP PART 1

1 1 1 1

black oak acorns - cleaned about 20 pounds water cedar or redwood bows

Acorns are gathered in the fall, right now we are in the peak of the season. Usually the first fall of acorns we disregard. They are normally the wormy ones. Sometimes we will gather these "Pehepes", and use them in our dance regalia. These "Pehepes" are acorns that have been infested with worm larve, and they make the acorns form looking like hunchbacks. They make interesting necklaces and there is a story about "Pehepes" and why we use them, but that again is another chat... My family and I have been known to gather tons of acorn. In the past my Great Aunt Mary had a room in her house where we would deposit all of the acorn we gathered. This was a 10'x12' room, with a four foot board across the doorway. This room was always full of acorn. As children we used to fight for the right to jump into the acorn and stir them up. Anyone bigger than a child would crack the hulls. This had to be done twice a week so that moisture didn't build up and that the acorn dried properly. Traditionally our people stored acorn in 'Chukas', acorn graineries made of cedar and California laurel. These are cylinder in shape and raised above the ground on stakes about three feet. Lacking a spare room for my acorn, I store mine in gunny sacks and hang the filled bags from the rafters in my garage. My sisters living on the rez, use the huge army surplus bins my parents bought. They keep them covered and stir them twice a week. No matter how you store your acorn it is essential that you add a generous amount of California laurel with the nuts. Laurel or bay leaf is a natural insect repellent and keeps the bugs away from the acorn. We let the acorn dry or season at least for a year, this assures that the nuts are well dried. We then crack and hull the acorns. We then spread the acorn meats to allow any additional drying. On the acorn is a red skin, the skin is thicker in the crevices of the nut, it is very important that all of this skin is removed. Otherwise when cooked it is like trying to swallow the chewy part of popped corn. When the nuts are dried this red skin has a tendency to really cling to the nuts. If you sprinkle a little water on them when they are dry it lifts the skin making it easier to remove. We use an open twined winnowing tray in this process of removing the husk skin. Once the acorn is cleaned thoroughly and dry, we begin the hard work. The acorn now needs to be pounded. It is not ground. We do not have grinding rocks, we have pounding rocks. We also have granite mortars and pestles. The pestles are raised above the hole in the mortar rock and allowed to slide through your hands into the acorn in the mortar. Some folks use a 'hopper basket' which catches the acorns as they hop up and allows them to roll back into the mortar. The basket is a conical shape, like a funnel. Of course this is a very time consuming process and you develop wonderful arm muscles. But, let's face it

Page 550 folks, this is 1998. Today for smaller batches you can use an electric coffee grinder, a Veggiemeal, mill and juicer works wonders for medium batches. For large batches like my sister and I do, we use an electric flour mill. The acorn flour should have the consistency of wheat flour mixed with very fine corn meal. Once you have your flour ground, you can begin your next step. This process is called leaching. In this step you are washing out the tannic acid in the flour. Tannic acid is bitter to taste, if you can digest enough it is toxic. Only cattle, pigs, deer and rodents are known to eat them raw. Though in California there are documented cases where in a heavy acorn fall cattle ate too much acorn and dropped dead in the pasture. Traditionally we would go to the nearest stream and find a sandy area. Here we would form out a leaching bed and spread out the acorn flour on top of the clean sand. We would then form a channel bringing the water to the bed and allowing a steady stream to flow over the acorn. Cedar bows are used to allow the incoming water to flow evenly over the flour. You would allow this to continue for at least 8-10 hours, depending on how much and how deep the flour is, after 8 hours you would make a taste test to determine if it was ready. Today we have a raised table made of boards and chicken wire, which we cover with a thick bed of fresh pine needles, and then a clean cotton sheet. On top of this we spread the acorn flour and leach it using a water hose placed on top of a spread of fresh cedar bows. It still takes 8-10 hours. When the leaching process is complete, the flour will no longer have a bitter taste, but rather a slightly sweet taste. When it is ready we pick it up off the leaching bed. It comes up like globs of wet clay. Using the traditional method of a sand bed you would gently wash off any sand with water. Because acorn is high in oils not much adheres to it. The leached acorn flour is then mixed with water, usually a 2-1 ratio for a thick soup or a 3-1 ratio for a thinner soup. This is an approximate measure, as my sister and I mix the flour and water with our hands and know what we are looking for. My sister and I still cook acorn in the traditional method, using baskets and hot rocks. The baskets used for cooking are three rod coiled cooking baskets. They are water tight. In order to use these baskets for cooking they must be soaked in water overnight. This allows the basket material to soak in the water and makes the basket water tight. Before cooking acorn we take a little of the leached flour and rub it into the weave of the basket to assure no leakage. We then mix the leached acorn flour with water in the basket. From: "Andre And Melana" <kanawa@rocler From: Jim Weller Yield: 4 servings Date: 02-08-02

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NUPA ACORN SOUP PART 2

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The morning we are going to cook the leached acorn we build a large fire in the cooking fire pit. The fire is built upon a stack of cooking rocks. They can be either basalt rocks or soapstone any other type of rock will burst and crumble. Whatever you choose to use, you always count them before building your fire. Your fire is a clean fire, built of clean wood. No use of petroleum products to start your fire, and never, never throw trash of any sort into a cooking fire. We use only oak or manzanita wood, as these are hot burning woods and leave little ash. We keep this fire burning hot for at least a couple of hours. When we are ready to cook, the cook's helper will lift the cooking rocks out of the fire one at a time, using large sticks called 'pinita', they resemble oversized chop sticks, made of young cedar or oak saplings. Each rock is dipped into a vessel of water to wash off the ash, then a second vessel to assure it's cleanliness. The rock is then placed on the cooks waiting cooking paddle or stirring loop. The cook then gently lowers the rock into the mixed acorn flour, one at a time. It takes approximately four to six rocks the size of an adult fist to bring a basket full of acorn soup to a full rolling boil. The cook keeps the rocks in constant motion. This assures that the basket is not scorched or burned. This cooking process takes about 15-20 minutes. The baskets used are about as large if not larger than a large stock pot. This is a very efficient method of cooking. When the acorn soup, or 'nupa' is done, the cook removes the hot rocks from the soup. Sometimes the cook will drop the rocks onto clean cedar bows and allow the acorn adhered to it to bake, making what my kids call acorn chips. Other times the cook dips her hand into clean water and cleans off each rock as she takes it out of the soup then drops it onto the earth to allow it to cool and bake clean itself. This is how we cook acorn soup, or 'nupa'. The other way we serve it is in little water dumplings or 'ulay'. For this we cook the acorn into a very thick soup, when it is done cooking we use a small basket and individually dip a basketful of the thick acorn soup into very cold running water. It immediately solidifies into like a gelatin dumpling. Many elders prefer this older style of cooked acorn. This is how my people, the Northern Sierra Mewuk (Miwok) prepare acorn. Acorn is high in protein and contains almost every essential vitamin. This we know because we had to have it analyzed before the doctors at Oak Knoll Naval hospital my grandmother was in prior to her passing would allow her to have it. Note: A little background on myself: Here in California I am referred to as a Traditionalist, that is I still practice the traditional ways and ceremonies of my people. I am a basketweaver, I make coiled and twined Mewuk (Miwok) baskets. I am a founding Board Member of the California Indian Basketweavers Association, and served on the Board for the last eight years. I am an artist, I work with oils, acrylics, pastels, watercolors, pencil and pen. I make jewelry, a view of my work can be seen in the May 1997 issue of Ornament Magazine in an

Page 552 article announcing the opening of a Beadwork show at the American Indian Contemporary Arts Gallery in San Francisco. For those of you who are wondering what I look like, if you have a copy of the Time/Life Series, Indians of America, in the Indians of California book, you can see me, on page 54, there is a photo of me cooking acorn. Offered by Kimberly R. Stevenot (aka Billierose) Northern Sierra Mewuk (Miwok) Tuolumne Rancheria, Tuolumne, CA http://www.zianet.com/witchy/recipes/native/ From: "Andre And Melana" <kanawa@rocler From: Jim Weller Yield: 4 servings Date: 02-08-02

NUT & MINT SOUP...MOHAWK

2-10 1/2 oz. 1/2 23 cup = cups

cans beef consomme raw pinon nuts leaves of 2 stalks mint, washed 1 lb. 4 oz. cans chick -peas,draine; d & rainsed water

PLACE THE CONSOMME,WATER, & PINON NUTS IN A LARGE SAUCEPAN & BRING TO A BOIL. REDUCE HEAT ADD CHICK PEAS, & SIMMER 20 MINUTES. TURN HEAT OFF ADD MINT LEAVES & LET STEEP ABOUT 2 MINUTES. SERVE AT ONCE & ADD SEASONING EACH HELPING W/ FRESH GROUND CRUSH PEPPER..... Yield: makes 6-8..

OGWISSIMANABO (TUSCARORA YELLOW SQUASH SOUP)

1 4 1 2 5 1 1/4

medium qt. T. slices T. tsp.

yellow squash, diced shallots, with tops, chopped water maple syrup cucumber (1/2' thick) salt black pepper

Place the squash, shallots, water & syrup into a large soup pot and simmer until the squash is tender. Add the cucumbers. Pour everything into a large bowl and mash until it forms a thick, creamy paste (or use a blender). Put the mixture back into the soup pot and season with salt & pepper. Simmer for 5 to 10 minutes.

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OGWISSIMANABO (TUSCARORA YELLOW SQUASH SOUP)

1 4 1 2 5 1 1/4

medium ea qt tbl slices tbl tsp

yellow squash, diced shallots, with tops, chopped water maple syrup cucumber (1/2' thick) salt black pepper

Delicious Autumn soup! Place the squash, shallots, water & syrup into a large soup pot & simmer for 40 minutes, until the squash is tender. Add the cucumbers. Pit everything into a large bowl & mash until it forms a thick, creamy paste (or use a blender). Put the mixture back into the soup pot & season with salt & pepper. Simmer for 5 to 10 minutes.

OGWISSIMANABO (TUSCARORA YELLOW SQUASH SOUP)

1 4 1 2 1 1/4

medium ea qt tbl tbl tsp

yellow squash, diced shallots, with tops, chopped water maple syrup salt black pepper

Place the squash, shallots, water & syrup into a large soup pot & simmer for 40 minutes, until the squash is tender. Put everything into a large bowl & mash until it becomes a thick, creamy paste (or use a blender). Put the mixture back into the soup pot & season with salt & pepper. Simmer for 5 to 10 minutes.

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OGWISSIMANABO (TUSCARORA YELLOW SQUASH SOUP)

1 4 1 2 5 1 1/4

medium ea qt tbl slices tbl tsp

yellow squash, diced shallots, with tops, chopped water maple syrup cucumber (1/2' thick) salt black pepper

Place the squash, shallots, water & syrup into a large soup pot & simmer for 40 minutes, until the squash is tender. Add the cucumbers. Pit everything into a large bowl & mash until it forms a thick, creamy paste (or use a blender). Put the mixture back into the soup pot & season with salt & pepper. Simmer for 5 to 10 minutes.

OGWISSIMANABO (TUSCARORA YELLOW SQUASH SOUP)

1 4 1 2 5 1 1/4

medium ea qt tbl slices tbl tsp

yellow squash, diced shallots, with tops, chopped water maple syrup cucumber (1/2' thick) salt black pepper

Place the squash, shallots, water & syrup into a large soup pot & simmer for 40 minutes, until the squash is tender. Add the cucumbers. Pit everything into a large bowl & mash until it forms a thick, creamy paste (or use a blender). Put the mixture back into the soup pot & season with salt & pepper. Simmer for 5 to 10 minutes.

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OGWISSIMANABO (YELLOW SQUASH SOUP)
By: Iroquois 1 4 2 1 1 1/4 medium shallots tablespoons medium tablespoon teaspoon yellow squash or scallions (with tops) maple syrup (real, not imitation) cucumber salt black pepper

1. Dice squash. 2. Chop shallots or scallions 3. Put vegetables and maple syrup in soup pot with 4 cups of water, and simmer for 40 minutes or until squash is tender. 4. Slice cucumber into 1/2-inch slices. 5. Add cucumber slices to soup. 6. 'Pour everything into a large mixing bowl and 'mash' until it forms a thick, creamy paste.' 7. Pour the paste back into the soup pot, season with salt and pepper and simmer for another 5-10 m Yield: yield: serves 6

OGWISSIMANABO (YELLOW SQUASH SOUP)

1 4 2 1 1 1/4

medium shallots tablespoons medium tablespoon teaspoon

yellow squash or scallions (with tops) maple syrup (real, not imitation) cucumber salt black pepper

1. Dice squash. 2. Chop shallots or scallions 3. Put vegetables and maple syrup in soup pot with 4 cups of water, and simmer for 40 minutes or until squash is tender. 4. Slice cucumber into 1/2-inch slices. 5. Add cucumber slices to soup. 6. 'Pour everything into a large mixing bowl and 'mash' until it forms a thick, creamy paste.' 7. Pour the paste back into the soup pot, season with salt and pepper and simmer for another 5-10 minutes. Yield: serves 6

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OGWISSIMANABO (YELLOW SQUASH SOUP)

1 4 1 2 5 1 1/4

medium quart tablespoon slice tablespoon teaspoon

yellow squash, diced shallots, with tops, chopped water maple syrup cucumber (1/2 thick) salt black pepper

Place the squash, shallots, water & syrup into a large soup pot & simmer for 40 minutes, until the squash is tender. Add the cucumbers. Pit everything into a large bowl & mash until it forms a thick, creamy paste (or use a blender). Put the mixture back into the soup pot & season with salt & pepper. Simmer for 5 to 10 minutes. Bernard Assiniwi, "Indian Recipes" From: Mark Satterly Date: 09-02-95 Gourmet Yield: 6 servings

OGWISSIMANABO (YELLOW SQUASH SOUP)

1 4 1 2 5 1 1/4

medium quart tablespoon slice tablespoon teaspoon

yellow squash, diced shallots, with tops, chopped water maple syrup cucumber (1/2 thick) salt black pepper

Place the squash, shallots, water & syrup into a large soup pot & simmer for 40 minutes, until the squash is tender. Add the cucumbers. Pit everything into a large bowl & mash until it forms a thick, creamy paste (or use a blender). Put the mixture back into the soup pot & season with salt & pepper. Simmer for 5 to 10 minutes. Yield: 6 servings

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OLD FASHIONED CHEROKEE STEW
By: Archbishop John Missing spiritual.student@verizon.net recipe I was searching through the archives for Cherokee recipes for a gathering in the Fall when I found the recipe for Grandmother's much beloved chicken and dumplings. For years I had looked in cookbooks and recipe collections for her dumplings, but over and over I see the directions to 'take a spoonful and drop into pot' instead of 'cut a strip and drop into pot.' 'OLD FASHIONED SQUIRREL CHEROKEE STEW' calls for making the dumplings with broth and cutting strips and putting them into the pot. For my whole life I had assumed that the chicken and dumplings that the ladies of the church always insisted that Grandma bring to dinners was German. Now I discover that it was Cherokee, but I also recently found out that her grandmother was probably at least part Native American.

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OLD FASHIONED RABBIT STEW WITH DUMPLINGS

1 2 2 3/4 1 1 1 4 4 1 1/2 1 1/4 2 1

medium medium teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon large medium cup cup cup teaspoon

rabbit, cut up fryer onions, cut up bay leaves course black pepper salt crushed dried tarragon crushed dried thyme carrots, peeled, halved potatoes, peeled, chunked flour ground suet (very cold) salt and pepper to taste chopped fresh parsley baking powder cold water

Calories 635; Protein 27 g; Carbohydrate 45 g; Fat 38 g/serving. Wipe meat pieces and place in large casserole or Dutch oven. Add onions, bay leaves, pepper, salt, thyme, tarragon; cover with water; cover and cook over medium heat 1 1/2 hours. Tip cover as heat increases. Do not boil strongly. Add carrot pieces and potatoes. Increase heat slightly. Replace tilted lid while you make dumplings. Combine flour, suet, salt and pepper, parsley and baking powder in small boal and mix. Add enough cold water just to pull together into a soft dough with your hands. Do not kneed or squeeze the dough. Divide into 6-8 small portions and drop onto top of gently boiling cooking liquid. Replace lid tightly; cook 20 minutes more at a medium boil. DO NOT RAISE LID. Use slotted spoon to remove dumplings and meat pieces; keep warm while you slightly thicken remaining liquid if desired either by adding a little flour and water or by boiling uncovered for a few minutes (if boiling, remove carrots and potatoes with meat). Yield: 4 servings

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OLD TIMER'S RABBIT STEW

1 5 1 2 5 1/2 2 2 1 1/2 1/2 1 1/2 1/2 teaspoon teaspoon quart cup cup lb teaspoon cup cup small cup

rabbit, cut into serving pieces white onions chopped celery bay leaves salt pepper water diced potatoes carrots, sliced fresh mushrooms parsley flakes flour water

Place first seven ingredients in a large stew pan with lid. Cover and simmer for 2 hours. Add potatoes, carrots, mushrooms and parsley flakes. Simmer covered for another 45 minutes or until all is tender. Blend flour and cold water and add to stew. Cook until thickened. Source: http://www.SailorRandR.com Yield: 2 servings

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OLSON'S WILD RICE

1 1/2 3 1/2 1 1/2 1 1 1/2 1/2 1 1 1/2 1/2 1

cup cup

wild rice vegetable stock red bell pepper, diced small green bell pepper, diced small

small teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup cup

chili pepper, diced finely chopped fresh sage finely chopped fresh thyme finely chopped fresh garlic salt to taste rice vinegar red wine vinegar olive oil

Most of our rice is the longest grain, which is the best quality from Manitoba. I always soak the rice overnight, then it takes much less time to cook," says Olson. Wash rice thoroughly. Place rice in a heavy saucepan with vegetable stock and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low and simmer, covered 45 minutes or until rice is tender. Rinse rice thoroughly with cold water. Then place in a large stainless steel bowl. Additional Ingredients Stir all the above ingredients together with the rice. Makes 6 to 8 servings. Additional Ingredients From: Godbless777 <godbless777@worldnet Yield: 4 servings

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O'MANION POTTED ELK ROAST

1 3 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1 1/4 1/4 2 pkg cup cup tablespoon tablespoon lb lb lb

3- to 4-pound elk rump roast butter potatoes, peeled and cut into chunk; s carrots, peeled and cut into chunks onions, peeled and sliced green pepper, seeded and cut into c; ubes onion soup mix salt and pepper to t; aste red wine water flour

Trim off fat and silver skin from meat. Melt butter in heavy skillet over medium heat. Brown meat on four sides. Remove meat from skillet and place in a large crock pot. Add remaining ingredients, except flour. Cook on low for 8 hours or until meat falls apart with a fork. Remove meat and vegetables to serving platter. Keep warm. Blend flour into 1 cup broth. Place in saucepan with remaining broth and bring to boil. Cook, stirring constantly, for 2-3 minutes, or until thick. Serve with sliced meat and vegetables. Serves 4-6. From: Z Pegasus #2 @1219000 1 From: Z Pegasus #2 @1219000 1 [asv/Cin] (37) Home Cooki Yield: 6 servings Date: 03-18-94 Date: 08-12-94 The Gwe Bbs

ONEIDA CORN SOUP

1

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no ingredients

1 C. fresh spinach, torn 2 C. whole kernal corn 1/2 C. beef, cooked and cut into small pieces 1/2 C. long grain rice 1 qt. water 3 tsp. wild rice Pepper to taste Mix in medium pot. Simmer until rice is cooked about 25-30 minutes. Yield: 1 recipe

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ONEIDA CORN SOUP

corn (cut corn from cob) water wild rice wild greens venison Cook corn in water with bits of venison, wild edible greens like cowslip, ferns, or milk weed and a handful of wild rice.

ORGANIC BEAN SOUP WITH SEA BEANS & SORREL
By: Ex. Chef Tom Colicchio 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1 1 1/4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1 c c c c qt rib c c c c c c lb lb lb tb qt fava beans; cooked, peeled and reserv cranberry beans; cooked and reserved sea beans; blanched garden peas green and yellow roma beans cut, co purslane; picked italian parsley; blanched refreshed in col lambs quarters wild spinach blanche sorrel or spinach cut into chiffona butter salt and pepper vegetable stock: carrot celery onion leek chives tarragon thyme italian parsley water

VEGETABLE STOCK: In a saucepan steam the vegetables in a small amount of water for 8 to 10 minutes. Add the herbs and remaining water and simmer for 20 minutes. Strain and reserve. Heat vegetable stock in a saucepan. Add all beans and simmer for 2 to 3 minutes. Strain beans, reserving the liquid, and place beans in a heated soup bowl. Add parsley puree, spinach puree and butter to the reserved liquid. Bring to a boil and puree with a hand blender, add purslane. Season to taste. Pour over the top of the beans. Garnish with the chiffonade of

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OSTRICH STEAKS WITH SHALLOTS AND OYSTER MUSHROOMS

2 3 50 1 150 100 1 1 120 2 2

tablespoon ml ml ml

vegetable oil shallots; finely chopped dry vermouth; or dry sherry, optional fresh beef stock double cream salt fresh ground black pepper

gm teaspoon

mixed oyster mushrooms 140 g ostrich steaks fresh chives; chopped

Heat 1/2 tablespoon of the oil in a saucepan over a moderate heat. Add the shallots and cook for 2-3 minutes until soft. Add the vermouth or sherry, if using, and the stock. Reduce volume by half which will take approximately 2 minutes. Add the cream and reduce the liquid until it coats the back of a spoon. Add seasoning to taste. Remove the sauce from the heat. Heat 1 tablespoon of the oil in a frying pan and add the mushrooms. Cook lightly for 2-3 minutes so that they retain their shape and texture. Remove them from the pan. Add the remaining oil to the pan, and, hen the oil is hot, season the steaks with salt and freshly ground black pepper and fry them for 2-3 minutes on each side. Aim to erve them rare (don't overcook). Add the mushrooms to the sauce and reheat for 1-2 minutes over a low heat. To serve, pour the sauce over the steaks and sprinkle with the chives. By: Sainsbury's Leaflet Helen Watson More recipes at http://www.hwatson.force9.co.uk From: "Helen Watson" <helen@hwatson.For Yield: 4 servings

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OVEN BRAISED TEAL

6 6 3 2 1/2 2 1/4 1 tablespoon tablespoon cup cup cup cup

teal breasts, deboned/halved butter flour chicken broth wine, sherry button mushrooms, small parsley, minced salt & pepper to taste

Season teal breast halves with salt and pepper. Melt butter in a black iron pot and brown breast halves. Remove to baking dish. Add flour to butter in pot, stirring well. Brown a little or not, your taste. Slowly add chicken broth and sherry. Season to taste. Blend well and pour over teal. Add mushrooms and parsley. Bake at 350-F for 1 hour in a covered baking dish. Serve with wild rice. Also for: Use doves, quail, snipe, woodcock, grouse, pheasant & rabbit Suggestions: Use oyster liquor instead of chicken stock Yield: 4 servings

OVEN-BRAISED RABBIT

6 6 3 2 1/2 2 1/4 1 tablespoon tablespoon cup cup can cup

rabbits butter flour chicken broth wine, sherry button mushrooms, small parsley, minced salt & pepper to taste

Season the rabbit with salt and pepper. Melt butter in a black iron pot and brown rabbits. Remove to baking dish. Add flour to butter in pot, stirring well. Brown a little or not, your taste. Slowly add chicken broth and sherry. Season to taste. Blend well and pour over rabbit. Add mushrooms and parsley. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour in a covered baking dish. Serve with wild rice. Yield: 1 servings

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OVEN-ROASTED ROOTS

1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 1 1 1/2 1/3 1/3 1/3

pounds pounds pounds tablespoons tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon cup cup cup

blue, yukon gold, or red thin-skinn; ed potatoes (or a mixture short, slender carrots (1/2 in. thi; ck), ends trimmed pearl onions (3/4 in. wide) olive oil fresh thyme leaves or 1 teaspoon dr; ied thyme fresh rosemary leaves or 1 teaspoon; dried rosemary fresh-ground pepper dry red wine balsamic vinegar chicken broth salt

Notes: Other root vegetables (baby turnips, parsnips, chunks of leeks) can be used; vegetable weight should total about 4 1/2 pounds. Up to 4 hours ahead, roast vegetables; let stand at room temperature. To warm, set roasting pan over medium heat, add remaining ingredients, and stir until steaming. Garnish with rosemary sprigs or roasted garlic. 1. Scrub potatoes and carrots. Cut potatoes in half. Peel onions. In a 12by 15-inch roasting pan, mix potatoes, carrots, onions, oil, thyme, rosemary, and pepper. 2. Roast vegetables in a 450 [degrees] oven, stirring occasionally, until tender when pierced, 40 to 50 minutes. 3. Transfer pan from oven to rangetop and set over medium heat. Add red wine, balsamic vinegar, and chicken broth. Stir until brown drippings are scraped free and vegetables are coated, 2 to 4 minutes. 4. Spoon vegetables into a bowl. Add salt to taste. Yield: 10 to 12 servin

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OZARK-STYLE VENISON STROGANOFF

1 1/2 1 1 1/4 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2

lb

venison marinade recipe for game all-purpose flour

cup can

vegetable shortening mushrooms 6oz onion, finely chopped garlic clove, pressed

can teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon cup

cream of tomato soup hot sauce worcestershire sauce salt sour cream

Cut venison into 1 1/2 inch cubes and place in a bowl. Pour your favorite marinade over; marinate several hours, turning occasionally. Drain off marinade. Dredge venison with flour; brown in the hot shortening in iron skillet. Drain mushrooms and reserve liquid. Add onion, garlic, and mushrooms to venison. Combine soup, reserved mushroom liquid, hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and salt; stir into venison mixture. Simmer 1 hour and stir occasionally. Stir in sour cream just before serving; heat through but do not boil. Serve over rice or mashed potatoes. One-quarter pound fresh mushrooms, sliced and sauted in butter, can be substituted for the canned mushrooms. Serve. Yield: 6 servings

PACIFIC SALMON CHOWDER

1 4 1 1/4 6 1 1 1

tablespoon cup teaspoon cup lb

butter or vegetable oil potatoes, peeled and diced green onions, sliced dill seed milk fresh salmon, cut into chunks salt and pepper to taste dill sprigs, for garnish

Melt butter in a large saucepan over medium heat. Add potatoes, green onions, and dill seed, and saute for 2 to 3 minutes. Add milk and simmer over low heat for 40 minutes. Add fresh salmon and simmer for 10 minutes more. Season with salt and pepper. Garnish individual servings with dill sprigs. From "Spirit of The Harvest: North American Indian Cooking," by Beverly Cox and Martin Jacobs. Submitted By HILDE MOTT On 01-25-95 From: Bobbie Beers Yield: 6 servings Date: 03-29-96

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PAGANENS (ALGONQUIN WILD NUT SOUP)

24 6 3 6 1 1/4

oz ea tb c t ts

Hazelnuts, crushed Shallots, with tops Parsley, chopped Stock Salt Black pepper

Place all ingredients in a large soup pot &amp; simer slowly over a medium heat for 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally.

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PAGANENS (ALGONQUIN WILD NUT SOUP)

24 6 3 6 1 1/4

oz tablespoon cup teaspoon teaspoon

hazelnuts, crushed shallots, with tops parsley, chopped stock salt black pepper

Place all ingredients in a large soup pot & simer slowly over a medium heat for 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally. This soup is traditionally served amongst the Algonquin during the Fall. Bernard Assiniwi, "Indian Recipes" From: Mark Satterly Date: 09-02-95 Gourmet Yield: 6 servings

PAN BROILED VENISON CHOPS

6 2 3 1 1/2 1/3 1 1 1/2 1/4 tablespoon medium lb cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon

venison rib chops bacon fat onions sliced fresh mushrooms, sliced all purpose flour beef stock milk salt pepper

Lightly brown chops on both sides in bacon fat, using iron skillet over moderately high heat. Transfer chops to shallow pan; retain dripping in skillet. Broil chops at hight heat 5 inches from heating element. Turn and broil till med-rare. In the dripping in skillet, gently cook onions and mushrooms until lightly browned. Blend flour, stock, milk, salt, and pepper. Add to pan. Cook, stirring constantly until thickened and bubbly, about 4 min. Serve onion and musrooms sauce over chops while both are hot. From: Helen <hstm@nbnet.Nb.Ca> ~0400 Yield: 4 servings Date: Sun, 15 Feb 1998 22:44:55

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PAN FRIED FILLET OF REINDEER IN A RICH GAME STOCK

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

180 gram fil reindeer; (6oz) ----FOR THE STOCK---carrot leek onion celery thyme garlic salt and pepper cream potatoes olive oil lemon salt and pepper fresh thyme garlic

Stock: The bones of the reindeer should be browned hard, almost blackened, in the oven at 250øC/500øF/gas mark 9 for 30-45 minutes. Then place in a casserole with cold water, bring to the boil while stirring. Add a mix of carrot, leek, onion, celery, thyme and garlic, but no salt. This should be simmered for 6 hours to allow the casserole to reduce to a thick syrup, and then strained. Add the same amount of cream as you have stock and stir. This will create a rich game stock. Finally add salt and pepper to taste. For the Reindeer: Season the fillet of reindeer with salt and pepper and lightly brown in a frying pan on each side. Roast in the oven at 160øC/300øF/gas mark 2 for 4 to 6 minutes. Potatoes: Clean the potatoes but they will be cooked with the peel. Place in a roasting tin with olive oil, some garlic and lemon, salt, pepper and thyme to taste. Roast in the oven for 25 minutes at 250øC/500øF/gas mark 9. Serve with broccoli and sauted mushrooms. Converted by MC_Buster. Converted by MM_Buster v2.0l. Yield: 1 servings

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PAN FRIED NOISETTE OF VENISON

----MARINADE---70 100 1 6 50 1 6 200 1 1 7 1 10 1 tablespoon gm ml teaspoon tablespoon ml gm gm teaspoon heather honey shallots parsley; chopped lavender heads; up to 8 brandy bayleaf crushed peppercorns dry red wine tomato puree redcurrant jelly floz brown stock heather honey unsalted butter venison bones

Mix all the ingredients together, place the ingredients in the marinade for approximately 11/2 hours. Remove the venison and pat dry with a clean cloth or disposable paper towel. Heat the thick based pan and add a little clarified butter. Add the venison and seal on all sides, turning carefully approximately 2 minutes on each side. Add the chopped venison bones and any trimmings, flame with a little brandy. As soon as the venison is cooked transfer to a clean tray and rest in a warm place. To the pan add the marinade and bring to the boil. Add 7floz of stock, reduce the heat and simmer for approximately 20 minutes. Add 1tbsp of redcurrant jelly and 1tbsp of heater honey and 1tsp of tomato puree and cook until the sauce is slightly syrupy. Strain into a clean pan and keep warm until ready for use. Before serving whisk in a nut size piece of unsalted butter. DISCLAIMER(c) Copyright 1996 - SelecTV Cable Limited. All rights reserved. Carlton Food Network http://www.cfn.co.uk/ Converted by MM_Buster v2.0l. Yield: 4 servings

Page 571

PAN FRIED SQUAB WITH APRICOT GLAZE AND CORNBREAD STUFFING

6 6 1 2 1/2 1 1/2 1/2 3 1/2 1 3 1/2 1/2 1/2 1 1 1 cup teaspoon cup cup cup bunch cup slice large

squab bacon yellow onion, chopped ribs celery, chopped dried apricots, chopped chicken stock parsley, chopped cornbread, diced and toasted shallots, peeled and diced apricot brandy powdered habanero chile orange juice sea salt, to taste black pepper, ground, to taste

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Wash and dry the squab In a mediumsize heavy skillet, over a medium heat, fry the bacon until crisp. Drain on paper and crumble. Reserve the bacon grease. Add the onion to the skillet and saute 3 to 5 minutes, or until transparent. Add the celery and cook 2 to 3 minutes more. Add the dried apricots and stock. Return the bacon to the skillet and add the parsley. Place the cornbread in a large bowl. Pour the entire contents of the skillet over the cornbread and toss well to coat. Season the squabs inside and out with salt and pepper and stuff with the cornbread stuffing. Truss the squabs. In a large cast iron skillet, heat the reserved bacon fat. Saute the squabs until brown on all sides, turning often. Transfer the squabs to a baking dish and place in the oven. Meanwhile, saute the shallots in the skillet, add the apricot brandy and reduce by half. Add the habanero chile powder. Add the orange juice and cook until slightly thickened. Glaze the squab every 5 minutes as they finish roasting, for 15 minutes. Serve with steamed broad beans. Yield: 6 servings From: Sylvia Steiger Date: 25 Nov 97 Yield: 4 servings

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PAN-ROASTED DOVES

2 1/2 1 16 2 2 1 1 1/2 1 2

tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon cup cup tablespoon tablespoon

all-purpose flour salt pepper, black doves butter or margarine bacon drippings wine, dry white veal or chicken broth red currant jelly all-purpose flour

Combine 2 Tbsp flour, salt and 1 tsp blk pepper; dredge doves in mixture. Brown doves on both sides in butter and bacon drippings in a large skillet. Gradually add 1/2 C wine, 3/4 C broth and jelly. Cover and cook over low heat 40 minutes. Remove doves and keep warm. Combine 2 Tbsp flour, 1/2 C wine and 3/4 C broth, stirring until flour dissolves. Gradually add flour mixture to the pan drippings. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens. Serve the gravy with doves. Hugg's note: Buttermilk biscuits are mandatory accompaniments Also for: Use same recipe for snipe, quail, rails or teal breasts. Source: Cord Middleton - SOUTHERN LIVING Nov 87 Courtesy of Shareware PROFESSIONAL RECIPE CLIPPER 2.0 Yield: 1 servings

PAN-ROASTED DOVES - SL 11/87

2 1/2 1 16 2 2 1 1 1/2 1 2

tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon cup cup tablespoon tablespoon

all-purpose flour salt freshly ground black pepper doves butter or margarine; melted bacon drippings dry red wine; divided veal or chicken broth; divided red currant jelly all-purpose flour

: Combine first 3 ingredients; dredge doves in mixture. Brown doves on both sides in butter and bacon drippings in a large skillet. Gradually add 1/2 cup wine, 3/4 cup broth, and jelly; cover and cook over low heat 40 minutes. : Remove doves, and keep warm. Combine 2 tablespoons flour, remaining 1/2 cup red wine, and remaining 3/4 cup broth, stirring until flour dissolves. Gradually add flour mixture to the pan drippings; cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens. Serve the gravy with doves. Yield: 4 servings. From Cord Middleton of Georgia in November, 1987 "Southern Living"

Page 573 Typos by Jeff Pruett Yield: 4 servings

PAN-ROASTED DOVES #1

2 1/2 1 16 2 2 1 1 1/2 1 2

tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon cup cup tablespoon tablespoon

all-purpose flour salt pepper, black doves butter or margarine bacon drippings wine, dry white veal or chicken broth red currant jelly all-purpose flour

Combine 2 Tbsp flour, salt and 1 tsp blk pepper; dredge doves in mixture. Brown doves on both sides in butter and bacon drippings in a large skillet. Gradually add 1/2 C wine, 3/4 C broth and jelly. Cover and cook over low heat 40 minutes. Remove doves and keep warm. Combine 2 Tbsp flour, 1/2 C wine and 3/4 C broth, stirring until flour dissolves. Gradually add flour mixture to the pan drippings. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens. Serve the gravy with doves. Hugg's note: Buttermilk biscuits are mandatory accompaniments Yield: 1 servings

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PAN-ROASTED SQUAB WITH SALSIFY

4 1 2 1 2 1/4 3 1/4 1 1 1/2 2 5 1 3 lb tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon bunch medium quart teaspoon large lb cup large

squab or cornish game hens carrot, diced ribs celery, diced onion, diced chicken stock or reduced-salt broth dried thyme shallots, diced bing cherries, pits removed red wine salt and pepper salsify (substitute parsnips) lemon juice or white vinegar unsalted butter vegetable oil fresh spinach

1. Heat oven to 450 degrees. Cut (or have the butcher cut) legs and breast meat with wings attached from the carcass of each squab. Cut off wing tips. Cover breast and leg pieces and refrigerate. Place carcasses and wing tips in a roasting pan and cook in the oven until well browned. 2. Add diced carrot, celery and onion to the pan and continue to roast until vegetables are soft. Reserve 3/4 cup of chicken stock and add the remainder to the pan along with the thyme. Lower heat to 375 degrees and simmer stock for 2 to 3 hours. Strain through a fine sieve. There should be about 4 cups of strained stock. If there is more, pour the stock into a saucepan and boil atop the stove until reduced to 4 cups. 3. In a saucepan, cook shallots in 1 tablespoon butter until softened. Add cherries and cover with red wine. Raise heat and boil wine until almost completely evaporated. Add strained squab stock and cook at a brisk simmer until reduced to sauce consistency, about 2 cups. This will take an hour or more. Season to taste with salt and pepper. (Recipe may be done ahead to this point. Let sauce cool, cover surface with plastic wrap and refrigerate. Return squab and sauce to room temperature before continuing.) 4. Peel salsify, placing peeled stalks in water with 2 tablespoons lemon juice or white vinegar. Slice salsify crosswise into thin rounds and dry on paper towels. Melt 2 tablespoons butter in a large sauce pan. Add salsify and turn to coat with butter. Add 1/2 cup reserved stock and simmer until salsify is tender. Keep warm. 5. Return oven to 450 degrees. Place remaining 2 tablespoons butter and 1 tablespoon oil in an oven-proof skillet large enough to hold the squab pieces in a single layer. (If necessary, use 2 skillets.) Brown pieces on all sides, then remove breast pieces. Place skillet in the oven and cook legs for 5 minutes. Add breast meat and cook for

Page 575 3 to 5 minutes, or until medium rare. Remove from oven and let meat rest, loosely covered for about 5 minutes. (If using Cornish game hens, cook until completely done.) 6. Meanwhile, return salsify to the heat. Add spinach and remaining 1/4 cup stock, cover pan and steam, tossing once or twice, until spinach is completely wilted. Season to taste with salt and pepper. 7. Make a bed of spinach and salsify in the center of each plate. Pour or spoon cherry sauce around the spinach bed and arrange 2 squab breasts and 2 legs atop sauce on each plate. Serve with a sangiovese wine such as Atlas Peak. Posted By japlady@nwu.edu (Rebecca Radnor) On rec.food.recipes or rec.food.cooking From: Mark Alexander <mark@alexr.Co.Uk>date: Sun, 05 Nov 1995 22:51 +0000 (Gmt Yield: 4 servings

PAN-STEWED RABBIT

1 1 1/2 1 1 2 3 1 2 1/4 1/4 1 2 cup teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon cup tablespoon cup cup

rabbit, ready for the pan salt olive oil vinegar, wine flour butter olives, chopped garlic clove, mashed consomme salt pepper bacon, raw, diced wine, red

Cut rabbit into serving pieces; place in bowl overnight with 1 Tbsp salt, olive oil, and wine vinegar. Remove and dip in flour. Brown on all sides in butter, then add chopped olives, mashed garlic cloves and brown again. Add 2 C consomme, salt, pepper, raw bacon and red wine. Place in covered casserole dish and bake at 350 for about 2 hours. Recipe date: 12/10/87 Yield: 1 servings

Page 576

PAN-STEWED RABBIT #1

1 1 1/2 1 1 2 3 1 2 1/4 1/4 1 2 cup teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon cup tablespoon cup cup

rabbit, ready for the pan salt olive oil vinegar, wine flour butter olives, chopped garlic clove, mashed consomme salt pepper bacon, raw, diced wine, red

Cut rabbit into serving pieces; place in bowl overnight with 1 Tbsp salt, olive oil, and wine vinegar. Remove and dip in flour. Brown on all sides in butter, then add chopped olives, mashed garlic cloves and brown again. Add 2 C consomme, salt, pepper, raw bacon and red wine. Place in covered casserole dish and bake at 350 for about 2 hours. Yield: 1 servings

PAPA
By: s. recipe Hi. I'm not Softbreze but papa (sp) is a dried (dehydrated) meat soup. There's a couple ways to make it that I know of. You slice your meat and hang it over a line to dry completely or nowadays you can use a commercial dehydrator to dry it. Then you just put it in a mixture of soup. I usually see it made with little vegetables or rice. The wasna is yummy. Very traditional. Softbreze could probably better explain how to make it. My grandmother's make real good wasna. We use it for special traditional occations/events. Hope that hel

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Page 577

PAPAGO TEPARY BEAN SOUP

2 1 1 1 6 1 3 2 4

c ts clove md c c c slices

tepary beans, soaked mixed oregano and cumin garlic, diced onion, chopped water diced celery tomatoes w/juice carrots, sliced bacon, diced

Drain soaked beans and bring to boil in big pot. When tender, fry bacon until limp. Remove bacon; add onion, carrots, celery and garlic and saute. Add bacon, tomatoes and juice and the remaining spices. Cook 10 mins., add beans. Cook another hour until beans are mealy-tender. Serves 6. Serve with flour tortillas or fresh frybread. Dried red chile pepper may be stirred into pot during the last 10 minutes. Yield: 6 servings

PARTRIDGE BISQUE

3 4 2 1 2 3 1 1 1

oz quart quart medium

chicken base water fresh partridge half & half onions (chopped) ribs celery (cut at bias) carrot (chopped finely) salt & pepper to taste butter & flour roux

Combine the Chicken base and water. Add warmed half & half. Make the basic roux, blend until thickened to the consistency of a thin gravy. Sauté onion, celery and carrots until tender and crispy, then add the soup mixture. STOCK: Boil Partridge with 3 oz. Chicken base, or 1 Tbs. Salt till tender. Remove bird from stock, strain and reserve. When cooled, remove meat from bone, discard bones. http://www.premiersmokehouse.com/ From: Hmmstudio@aol.Com (Hmmstudio) Yield: 4 servings

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PARTRIDGE STEW

3 6 1/2 1 1 4 tablespoon tablespoon

partridges bear grease coltsfoot salt handful mint leaves chopped handful miners lettuce wild onions

Skin and draw the partridges. Wash real good inside and outside. Put the partridge on a long stick and brown over the oppen fire. Baste the ppartridge with bear grease until it is golden brown. Put the partridges, the rest of the bear grease, miners lettuce leaves, onions, coltsfoot salt, and mint in the pot and cover with cold water. Place the stone basket in the pot and add the red hot stones. Bring the water to a boil by adding more hot stones. Keepp it at a slow boil for 2 hours, stirring once in a while. If you want to you can thicken the stew with some flour. Can be served on hot griddle cakes. See: ASSINIBOIN HOT STONE COOKING Source: "Indian Cookin'", compiled by Herb Walker, 1977 Yield: 1 recipe

PARTY CHICKEN; CASSEROLE

2 1 1 1 2 1 1/4 1/4 1 1 1/4 1 1 teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon can cup

8 oz. cans crabmeat boned pepperidge farm dressing dry chicken breasts; boned and split salt pepper cream of mushroom soup undiluted paprika parlsey or pimiento strips for color

Recipe by: Mrs. Siegle Parks Butter 9 x 9-inch casserole. Bone crabmeat and place on bottom. Make stuffing according to package directions and place on top of crabmeat. Skin chicken breasts and lay over stuffing. Sprinkle on parsley or pimiento and salt and pepper. Add one can mushroom soup, undiluted. Sprinkle with paprika. Bake, uncovered, at 325ø for 1 1/2 hours. Source: "Mountain Measures"; Junior League of Charleston, WV ed. 1974

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billspa@icanect.net Yield: 4 servings

PATTI'S GROUSE WITH PEAR SAUCE

4 1 1/4 1 1 1/2 2 3/4 1/4 cup tablespoon cup teaspoon oz can

ruffed grouse breast halves, skin removed dry white wine 16 oz. pear halves in light syrup whipping cream flour reserved broth salt

Preheat oven to 325F, line 9x9x2-inch baking pan with heavy duty foil, leaving 1/2-inch foil collar. Place grouse halves in pan. Pour wine and juice from pears over grouse, reserve pear halves. Place a sheet of foil over pan and fold edges together to form a tight seal. Bake 30 minutes or until meat tests done. Uncover. Remove 3/4 cup of broth and set aside. Place pears around grouse in pan, bake 5 minutes longer, or until fruit is heated. In saucepan, stir whipping cream into flour until thickened. Add reserved broth and salt and heat thoroughly. Remove grouse and pears to platter. To serve, spoon sauce over grouse. Yield: 3 servings

Page 580

PAULA GIESE'S CREAM OF GREEN BEANS SOUP

2 1/4 1/2 1 1 2 2 1 1/2 1 1 2

quart cup cup

chicken stock butter flour onion chopped fine stalk of celery chopped leeks chopped fine sprigs parsley chopped

cup cup

cooked green beans (can use frozen, not canned) cream mixed thoroughly with egg yolks

Melt butter in large soup pot, add flour and stir until golden. Add chicken bro th and cook stirring until smooth. Add vegetables. Simmer 30 minutes, skimming se veral times. Add green beans, reserving a few for gannish, and simmer 5 minutes. Blend a batch at a time until all vegetables are pureed. Return to pan and rehea t. Whip egg yolks thoroughly into cream. Add some of the hot soup to this mixtur e, then pour the mixture into the hot soup, stirring. Cook, stirring, below boili ng point for 3 minutes. Don't let it boil. Taste for seasoning, add a little salt . (The tastier the chicken broth you start with the less salt you need at the end ). Serve with a few beans floating on each bowl. Copyright 1995, Paula Giese Yield: 4 servings

Page 581

PAULA GIESE'S SUCCOTASH WITH CREAM

2 1/4 2 1 4 3 1 1 2 1

cup teaspoon cup tablespoon teaspoon can tablespoon cup

fresh shelled lima beans dried rosemary fresh corn stripped from cob butter chopped parsley chicken consomme (not diluted) flour whipping cream

Shell the beans out of the pod like peas. (About 2 lbs of limas in pods shells out to 2 - 2 1/2 cups.) Place beans in a small amount of boiling salted water wi th rosemary and boil covered about 20 - 30 minutes until tender. Meanwhile, strip fresh corn from cob. Just as beans are done, frizzle the corn in 2 Tbs of butte r (it only takes a few minutes if the corn is fresh, should never take longer tha n 5 minutes). Add the remaining butter and the cooked, hot beans. Stir in parsley . Heat the soup just to melt it if it has become jellied in the can. In a bowl, a dd the soup to the flour and mix till smooth. Pour this into the bean mixture, an d stir over gentle heat until it thickens slightly and the raw taste of flour is gone. Add the cream. Taste for seasoning (soup probably has enough salt) Heat to boiling, serve hot with more parsley sprinkled on it, or black pepper ground coa rse over it (unless somebody doesn't like this). Note: you can if you must use ca nned corn, but don't use canned limas for this. Copyright 1995, Paula Giese Yield: 4 servings

Page 582

PAWNEE CORN SOUP

1

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no ingredients

Ingredients: Stew size beef chunks of meat; dried corn; salt and black pepper--Optional: Potatoes and Onions 1. For the amount of soup you want to make, take stew size beef chunks from the store and cut them in half. Optional: Use lean ground beef (80%+) in place of beef chunks; avoid fatty ground beef. You want a good, strong beef flavored broth or the corn soup will be sweet flavored from the corn. 2. Boil water for the amount of soup you want to prepare. 3. When water is at the boiling point, drop in the determined quantity of half-sized beef chunks of meat. Add salt and pepper to taste. 4. Boil the meat until the broth has a brownish color to it. (Meat may be tender when the broth is light but for the real meat and corn flavor, it should be cooked until the broth is brownish.) 5. Optional: While the meat is boiling, add the raw onions and raw potatoes if you choose. 6. After the broth has reached the brownish color, add the quantity of dried corn you wish to cook. Cook for 30-45 minutes until softe and tender. The dried corn will absorb the beef flavor as it cooks. For more of a taste of eating dried corn, cook the corn about 30 minutes; corn will have more firmness to it. 7. Optional: If your potatoes are already boiled, add them in the last 10-15 minutes of cooking the corn. 8. Serve Corn Soup soupy as a meal or drain the soup and serve corn and beef as a side dish. This recipe courtesy of Juanita Echo-Hawk Neconie, of the Pawnee/Otoe-Missouri tribe. Yield: 1 recipe

Page 583

PAWNEE CORN SOUP

recipe Ingredients: Stew size beef chunks of meat; dried corn; salt and black pepper--Optional: Potatoes and Onions For the amount of soup you want to make, take stew size beef chunks from the store and cut them in half. Optional: Use lean ground beef (80%+) in place of beef chunks; avoid fatty ground beef. You want a good, strong beef flavored broth or the corn soup will be sweet flavored from the corn. Boil water for the amount of soup you want to prepare. When water is at the boiling point, drop in the determined quantity of half-sized beef chunks of meat. Add salt and pepper to taste. Boil the meat until the broth has a brownish color to it. (Meat may be tender when the broth is light but for the real meat and corn flavor, it should be cooked until the broth is brownish.) Optional: While the meat is boiling, add the raw onions and raw potatoes if you choose. After the broth has reached the brownish color, add the quantity of dried corn you wish to cook. Cook for 30-45 minutes until softe and tender. The dried corn will absorb the beef flavor as it cooks. For more of a taste of eating dried corn, cook the corn about 30 minutes; corn will have more firmness to it. Optional: If your potatoes are already boiled, add them in the last 10-15 minutes of cooking the corn. Serve Corn Soup soupy as a meal or drain the soup and serve corn and beef as a side dish. This recipe courtesy of Juanita Echo-Hawk Neconie, of the Pawnee/Otoe-Missouri tribe.

Page 584

PAWNEE CORN SOUP - MODERN

text Ingredients: Stew size beef chunks of meat; dried corn; salt and black pepper--Optional: Potatoes and Onions For the amount of soup you want to make, take stew size beef chunks from the store and cut them in half. Optional: Use lean ground beef (80%+) in place of beef chunks; avoid fatty ground beef. You want a good, strong beef flavored broth or the corn soup will be sweet flavored from the corn. Boil water for the amount of soup you want to prepare. When water is at the boiling point, drop in the determined quantity of half-sized beef chunks of meat. Add salt and pepper to taste. Boil the meat until the broth has a brownish color to it. (Meat may be tender when the broth is light but for the real meat and corn flavor, it should be cooked until the broth is brownish.) Optional: While the meat is boiling, add the raw onions and raw potatoes if you choose. After the broth has reached the brownish color, add the quantity of dried corn you wish to cook. Cook for 30-45 minutes until softe and tender. The dried corn will absorb the beef flavor as it cooks. For more of a taste of eating dried corn, cook the corn about 30 minutes; corn will have more firmness to it. Optional: If your potatoes are already boiled, add them in the last 10-15 minutes of cooking the corn. Serve Corn Soup soupy as a meal or drain the soup and serve corn and beef as a side dish.

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PAWNEE INDIAN CORN SOUP HTTP://WWW.ANIWAYA.ORG

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

stew size beef chunks of meat dried corn salt and black pepper optional: potatoes onions

For the amount of soup you want to make, take stew size beef chunks from the store and cut them in half. Optional: Use lean ground beef (80%+) in place of beef chunks; avoid fatty ground beef. You want a good, strong beef flavored broth or the corn soup will be sweet flavored from the corn. Boil water for the amount of soup you want to prepare. When water is at the boiling point, drop in the determined quantity of half-sized beef chunks of meat. Add salt and pepper to taste. Boil the meat until the broth has a brownish color to it. (Meat may be tender when the broth is light but for the real meat and corn flavor, it should be cooked until the broth is brownish.) Optional: While the meat is boiling, add the raw onions and raw potatoes if you choose. After the broth has reached the brownish color, add the quantity of dried corn you wish to cook. Cook for 30-45 minutes until soft and tender. The dried corn will absorb the beef flavor as it cooks. For more of a taste of eating dried corn, cook the corn about 30 minutes; corn will have more firmness to it. Optional: If your potatoes are already boiled, add them in the last 10-15 minutes of cooking the corn. Serve Corn Soup soupy as a meal or drain the soup and serve corn and beef as a side dish. From: Melody Sheline <little_wolf_melod Yield: 4 servings

PEA SOUP WITH WILD RICE

1

x

no ingredients

In soups and stews: usually better to cook iwild rice separately first, not completely done, then stir it in for the last 15 minutes of cooking Habitant pea soup with wild rice -- Naboob: Make this the usual way (3 quarts of water to one lb dried peas soaked overnight if whole, 1/2 lb salt pork, chopped carrots, onions, turnips, rutabagas). Add vegetables after bringing peas and pork to a boil and skimming. Simmer covered 4 hours, stir in cooked wild rice the last 15 minutes. The combo of peas and rice actually contains more biologically-usable protein than either the same amount of peas plus the same amount of rice, eaten separately, because of amino acid (components of protein) complementarities.

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PEANUT SOUP......CHEROKEE/ CREEK

1-91/4 2 22 1

oz. cups -5.4 cups tablespoon

jar dry roasted.peanuts water........... gram pkgs. of instant chicken broot; h milk minced chives.

CHOP THE NUTS FINE,OR DO A PUREE IN A BLENDER.PLACE THE NUTS & THE REMAINING INGREDIENTS IN A LARGE SAUCEPAN, & HEAT, STIRRING FOR 5 TO 25 MINUTES. SERVE HOT. MAKE THE PORTIONS SMALL -SOUP IS VERY RICH & TASTEY...... Yield: 4-6 servings

PEANUTTY VENISON (OR BISON) AND BEAN STEW

1 1/2 4 1/2 1/2 1 1 2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1/4

cup cup lb cup

dried beans venison or bison broth venison or bison stew meat, cut into 1-inch cubes wild carrots stalks celery, sliced (1 cup)

cup teaspoon teaspoon cup

chopped ramps dried basil, crushed ground coriander peanut butter

Soak beans as directed. Drain and rinse. Add broth to beans; bring to boiling. Add meat. Reduce heat. Simmer, covered, till beans are nearly tender (see cooking directions, above). Add carrots, celery, ramps or onions and garlic, basil, and coriander. Cover; simmer for 30 minutes or till vegetables and beans are tender. For a thicker stew, mash beans slightly with a spoon. Place peanut butter in a small bowl. Stir in about 1/2 cup of the cooking liquid; stir into stew mixture. Heat through. From: Mignonne From: Jim Weller Yield: 4 servings Date: 11-05-03

Page 587

PEAR-PUMPKIN SOUP

1

x

no ingredients

16 ounces The Perfect Purée Sir William Pear, thawed 1 30-ounce jar The Perfect Purée Harvest Pumpkin, thawed 1 cup carrots, diced 1 cup celery, diced 1 cup onion, diced 2 tablespoons butter, unsalted 3 cans (13.4 ounces each) chicken broth 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 tablespoon maple syrup 1 teaspoon salt ¼ teaspoon black pepper 8 ounces heavy cream ½ teaspoon ground cardamom Method: 1. In a large nonstick sauce pan heat butter then add carrots, celery, onion and Sir William Pear purée and cook 10 minutes. Add broth, nutmeg, cinnamon, syrup, salt, pepper and Harvest Pumpkin purée. Simmer 30 minutes, until tender. 2. Working in batches, purée the soup in a blender or food processor; pour back into saucepan. 3. Pour ½ of cream into soup. 4. Beat remaining cream in small bowl. Stir in cardamom. 5. To serve, ladle soup into bowls. Dollop with heavy cream. Yield: 8/6 ounces

Page 588

PECAN CRUSTED RABBIT

1/2 1 1 4 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 2 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 2 1 1 1/2 2 2 2 2 2 1/2 1 3 1 1 4 1 2

cup cup

bread crumbs pecan pieces essence rabbit tenderloins, about 3

oz cup cup tablespoon cup cup cup cup tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup pinch tablespoon cup

each salt and pepper creole mustard or whole grain mustard vegetable oil olive oil chopped onions chopped green onions chopped celery chopped green bell peppers minced seeded jalapeno peppers minced garlic chopped fresh basil chopped fresh thyme chopped fresh oregano bay leaves peeled, seeded and chopped tomatoes chicken stock cayenne salt and black pepper (1/2 stick) cold unsalted butter, cubed southern cooked greens

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. In a food processor, pulse the bread crumbs, pecan pieces and Essence together. Pulse for 1 minute. Season the tenderloins with salt and pepper. Rub each tenderloin with the mustard, covering the tenderloin completely. Dredge the tenderloin in the pecan crust mixture. In a saute pan, heat the vegetable oil. When the oil is hot, pan-fry the tenderloin for 2 to 3 minutes on each side. Place the rabbit in the oven and roast for 2 minutes. In a saucepan, heat the olive oil. Add the onions, green onions, celery, bell peppers, jalapenos, and garlic. Saute for 2 minutes. Add the herbs and continue saut&eacute;ing for 1 minute. Stir in the tomatoes and stock. Season with cayenne, salt and pepper. Simmer the sauce for about 30 minutes. With a hand-held blender, puree the sauce until smooth. Whisk in the cold butter, a few cubes at a time until all the butter is incorporated into the sauce. Reseason with salt and pepper. To assemble, mound the greens in the center of the plate. Arrange the tenderloin on top of the greens. Spoon the sauce over the top. Yield: 4 servings EMERIL LIVE #EMIAO8 From: Sylvia Steiger Date: 02 Sep 97 National

Page 589 Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 1 servings

PEMMICAN III

4 1 1/2 1 3/4 1 1/2 1/4 1/2 1

cup cup cup cup teaspoon cup cup teaspoon

powdered meat beef suet currant jelly bouillon dried minced chives brown sugar ground raisins each allspice, garlic powder savory and black pepper

Melt suet over very low heat. Add currant jelly. Blend powdered meat with remaining ingredients. Add seasoned meat mixture gradually to melted suet, stirring constantly. Cover tightly and bake in a preheated oven at 300 degrees for 1 1/2-2 hours. Remove from oven and ladle immediately into muffin tins, filling no more than 1 inch full. When cooled completely, remove and wrap in aluminum foil. Store in freezer. Makes 24 cakes. From: "Anita Bautsch" <abautsch@ev1.Net Yield: 4 servings

PEPE'S SMOKED VENISON

12 2 1 1 1 1 3 1

lb cup cup medium

boned haunch of venison burgundy beef bouillon onion, sliced clove garlic, crushed bay leaf juniper berries (optional)

teaspoon

salt

Place meat in a large bowl. Cover with marinade made from the wine, bouillon, onion, garlic, bay leaf, juniper berries and salt. Put in refrigerator for 24 hours. Remove meat; either tie or skewer in compact shape. Strain marinade and reserve. Place meat on rack of water-type smoker and cook for 1 hour per pound. From: Vampy_pepe <vampy_pepe@yahoo.Com.Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2004 18:42:04 +1300 ( Yield: 4 servings

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PEPPER SAUCE FOR VEAL OR VENISON ENGLAND, 15TH CENTURY

8 4 2 1/4 1/2

slice tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon

fried bread meat stock vinegar pepper salt

"Sauce Piper for Veel and for Venysoun" from "Two Fifteenth-century Cookery Books" "Take the fried bread, which you have soaked in the meat stock and vinegar, and add the pepper and salt. Puree in a blender and then put in a saucepan; bring to a boil and simmer until the sauce is thick and smooth." _Seven Centuries of English Cooking_ Compiled and Updated by Maxime de la Falaise Grove Press, London, 1992 Typos by Jeff Pruett From: Jim Weller Yield: 1 unknown Date: 03-02-96

PERFECT CORN SOUP & FRY BREAD

1/2 1 3 2 2 4

# med stalks # cans large

bacon or salt pork, diced ( do not; drain grease ) onion, diced of celery, diced brown in stock pot. frozen corn ( i use mine from the g; arden that i have put up of white or yellow hominy ( juices; too ) potatoes peeled and diced

well ty for the welcome,,, and the group made it home safe and sound.. Roads weren't to bad,, but was glad to see the porch light of the house. Will relate powwow experience tomorrow,, but for now I wanted to try and give you the corn soup recipie I use at every gathering, and you are correct,no matter what the temp ,, the soups are always the first to go. . Make enough stock to cover contents of indg. plus about 3' above ** I prefer to use chicken base and make my stock for this soup. Bring all to a boil, reduce heat and let simmer for about an hour. Season with salt and pepper to taste

Page 591

PESOLE

1 1 1 2 2 1 1 3 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 1

pkg

pesole ; (fresh packed, frozen ; (or dried)

large teaspoon teaspoon lb lb lb large

onions garlic cloves oregano cumin beef ; (hamburger or cubed chuck venison pork (steak or roast) ; cubed can stewed tomatoes ; (opt'l.) green chili, chopped ; (opt'l.)

Wash pesole 2-3 times (until deposit is gone). Boil in a very large kettle in 3-4 quarts of water with onion, garlic, cumin, salt and pepper for about 3 hours. Add water as needed. Brown bmeat, add to soup mixture with tomatoes and green chili. Continue to boil until pesole and meat are done. Pesole will double in size and will be soft like hominy. Serve in soup bowls. This amount serves a very large crowd. Serve with fry bread. From Bonnie Russell - Pawnee Posted in rec.food.cooking by Steven P. Thorn/Case Western Reserve Univ./ Cleveland, OH. Yield: 1 batch

Page 592

PHEASANT AND DUMPLING SOUP

3 3 2 1/2 1/2 1 2 1 3 1/2 1 4 1/4 1 1/8 1 1

quart lb oz teaspoon medium

water pheasant pieces pheasant base egg shell yellow food dye onion (chopped) ribs celery (cut on the bias) carrots (diced)

cup

dried parsley dumplings: eggs

cup teaspoon cup teaspoon

milk salt dried parsley baking powder flour

Whip together the: eggs, salt, baking powder, milk and parsley. Add flour, 1/4 cup at a time, until a heavy batter forms. Dough should be silky, not glossy. Use a wet teaspoon to drop the dough into boiling water. The size of the dumpling can be adjusted by the amount of dough dropped from the teaspoon. Boil dumplings for 20 minutes. Test dumplings for size and consistency. If dough is too runny, add more flour. Combine water, base and pheasant to a boil until the meat is tender. Remove from the heat. Remove the meat, strain the broth and add food color. Debone and deskin the pheasant, then cut meat into bite-sized pieces and reserve. Add the remaining ingredients and allow to simmer 15 minutes. Prepare the dumplings as described above. Drop dumplings into the soup and simmer for 20 minutes longer. http://www.premiersmokehouse.com/ From: Hmmstudio@aol.Com (Hmmstudio) Yield: 4 servings

Page 593

PHEASANT AND DUMPLING SOUP, ADAPTED

3 3 2 1/2 1/2 1 3 1 2 1/2 1 4 1/4 1 1/8 1 1

quart lb oz teaspoon medium

water pheasant pieces chicken base egg shell yellow food dye onion (chopped) ribs celery (cut on the bias) carrots (diced)

cup

dried parsley dumplings: eggs

cup teaspoon cup teaspoon

milk salt dried parsley baking powder flour

Whip together the: eggs, salt, baking powder, milk and parsley. Add flour, 1/4 cup at a time, until a heavy batter forms. Dough should be silky, not glossy. Use a wet teaspoon to drop the dough into boiling water. The size of the dumpling can be adjusted by the amount of dough dropped from the teaspoon. Boil dumplings for 20 minutes. Test dumplings for size and consistency. If dough is too runny, add more flour. Combine water, base and pheasant to a boil until the meat is tender. Remove from the heat. Remove the meat, strain the broth and add food color. Debone and skin the pheasant, then cut meat into bite-sized pieces and reserve. Add the remaining ingredients and allow to simmer 15 minutes. Prepare the dumplings as described above. Drop dumplings into the soup and simmer for 20 minutes longer. http://www.premiersmokehouse.com/ From: Hmmstudio@aol.Com (Hmmstudio) From: Jim Weller Yield: 12 servings Date: 08 Oct 98

Page 594

PHEASANT BREASTS WITH CIDER VINEGAR

4 6 4 1/2 2 1 1 1/4 1/2 1 1 1 Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. cup cup cup medium tablespoon

single butter -- plus 2 t shallots -- finely chopped cider vinegar tart apples, peeled -thinly sliced chicken stock cream pomegranate -- seeds reserved pheasant breasts -- bones removed

Pound breasts lightly with meat mallet to a consistent thickness. Season well with salt and pepper. In a 10 inch to 12inch saute pan, heat butter over medium heat until foam subsides. Add pheasant breasts, skin down, and cook until golden brown, about 8 to 10 minutes. Place pan in oven 8 to 10 minutes. Remove pan from oven and breasts from pan. Add shallots to pan and stir. Cook over medium heat until softened, about 4 to 5 minutes. Add cider vinegar and apples and cook until vinegar dissipates by half. Add stock and cream and bring to a boil. Return pheasant breasts to pan and cook until sauce is reduced by half. Season with salt and pepper and serve immediately. Spoon sauce over and sprinkle with pomegranate seeds. Yield: 4 servings Recipe By From: Sue Recipes (Mailing List) Ä Yield: 1 servings : Molto Mario Date: 09 Mar 97 Mastercook

Page 595

PHEASANT DELUXE

1 1 3 4 1 1 1/2 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Recipe By : small teaspoon teaspoon cup cup cup cup cup

larg cleaned eggs -- beaten broth mushroom soup -- undiluted onion salt pepper celery -- chopped american cheese -- grated ritz crackers -- crushed simmer pheasant in salted water until tender; remove bones cut meat into pieces, set aside. beat eggs, add broth and soup. add onion, pepper, salt, celery, cheese and crackers add pheasant meat (can also use chicken meat) and place in 9x13 inch baking dish/pan. bake at 350 pheasant -- dressed and chopped f 1 hour. makes 9-10 servings

From: "Bill Spalding" <billspa@icanect. Yield: 1 servings

Page 596

PHEASANT MARENGO - LLBGFC

2 1 3 2 2 1 2 1 1/2 2 1/2 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1/4 1/3 1 2 teaspoon teaspoon cup cup tablespoon cup cup lb centiliter lb tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon medium

pheasants; cut into serving pieces salt and pepper flour butter lard or cooking oil onion; chopped fine shallots -orgarlic; minced mushrooms; sliced bay leaves thyme marjoram canned tomatoes; drained -or fresh peeled dry white wine tomato paste chicken broth ripe olives small shrimp; cooked and shelled egg; hard-boiled and sliced sprigs parsley

Shake the pheasant pieces in a paper bag with salt, pepper, and flour to coat. In a skillet saute the pieces in melted butter and lard until chicken pieces are nicely browned - about 15 minutes over medium heat. Remove pieces to a casserole dish and saute onion, shallots or garlic, and mushrooms. Add to casserole. Do not brown. Add the remaining ingredients, save for the olives, shrimp, egg, and parsley; cover the casserole, and simmer until done. Another 20 to 25 minutes should suffice. About 5 minutes before the pheasant is done, add the olives and the shrimp. When serving, slice the egg on top of the sauce in the sauceboat or garnish the edge of the serving platter with egg slices and sprigs of parsley. _L. L. Bean Game and Fish Cookbook_, Angus Cameron and Judith Jones, 1983. Random House. ISBN 0-394-51191-3. Typos by Jeff Pruett. Yield: 6 servings

Page 597

PHEASANT SILVERADO

2 2 1 1 14 1/2 3 1 6 1 can tablespoon tablespoon cup cup oz cup

pheasants; disjointed olive oil onion; chopped parsley; chopped chicken broth dry white wine sprigs rosemary mushrooms; sliced flour salt and pepper to taste

Heat the oil in a large dutch oven over medium heat; brown the pheasant pieces, a few at a time, on all sides. Discard any excess fat. Return all the pheasant to the dutch oven or casserole. Combine the onions, parsley, chicken broth, wine, and rosemary. Pour over pheasant. Cover and simmer until meat is fork tender. To serve, remove pheasant to a warm platter and keep warm. Drain mushrooms, reserving liquid; stir into pan drippings. Mix together flour and mushroom liquid until smooth; stir into pan drippings until thick. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Spoon sauce over pheasant or pass in a separate bowl. From: Dave Sacerdote Date: 07 Mar 97 National Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 4 servings

PHEASANT STEW

1 1

pc can

pheasant mushroom soup

Roast pheasant. When done peel off meat, put in can of mushroom soup, cook in pot for a while in oven until done

Page 598

PHEASANT WITH APPLES

2 2 2 1/2 20 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 1 1/2 1/2

tablespoon lb small teaspoon teaspoon cup lb

unsalted butter young whole pheasants (about each) pearl onions salt fresh ground black pepper chicken stock mushrooms tart apples, peeled, cored, and thinly sliced

cup cup

dry white wine (optional) cream

Because Pheasant is hunted in the wild it is often skinned and dressed using the moist heat method of cooking as in the recipe below. This makes a juicier and tender bird dish. Preheat oven 375 degrees. Melt butter in a skillet over med. heat. Add the pheasants and brown them on all sides. Transfer the pheasants to a deep flameproof dish. A cassrole dish works best. Set aside. Add more butter, if neccesarry, to the skillet and add the onions. Saute' the onions stirring often until they start to turn brown. Remove from the heat. Season the pheasants with salt and pepper. Pour the stock into the bottom of the cassrole dish. Roast the pheasants for about 25 minutes. Remove the dish from the oven and add the browned onions, the mushrooms and the apples. Cover and roast all of this for about another 20 -25 minutes. Transfer the birds to a carving board and cover with foil to keep them warm. Remove the vegetable and apples from the dish with a slotted spoon and place them in a bowl. Cover to keep warm. Pour the wine into the pan used to brown the pheasant and saute the onion. Bring to a boil over a high heat; scraping the bottom to remove any browned bits, and reduce the liquid to 1/2 cup. Lower the heat to simmer and add the cream. Stir well to blend. Add the vegetables and stir again. Remove from heat. Carve bird and serve with sauce. source unknown From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.Cdate: Sat, 1 Nov 2003 13:31:01 ~0500 Yield: 4 servings

Page 599

PHEASANT WITH BLACK OLIVES

4 2 3 5 1/2 3 1 1 4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 3 6 3 1 quart oz tablespoon medium tablespoon bunch cup large

pheasants ----MARINADE---zinfandel shallots, peeled, thinly sliced garlic cloves, peeled, thinly slice; d fresh thyme bay leaves, cracked juniper berries ----SAUCE---bones from the pheasants olive oil size unpeeled onions, quartered heads of garlic two 750 milliliter bottles zinfande; l strong chicken stock black olives (preferably kalamata),; pitted roma tomatoes, peeled, seeded, chop; ped salt and pepper, to taste

To remove breast meat and thighs from pheasants, cut down each side of the ridge of the breastbone with a boning knife. Scrape the knife down the side of the breast bone and the rib cage to remove meat from the bone. Leave wings attached. Slit the skin between the knee and top of the breast, then slip it around to the small of the back. Force the knee down, and soon you will see the ball joint where the leg-thigh meets the small of the back, Cut through the knee joint. Run tip of knife along both sides of remaining thigh bone and pull away from the meat. A boneless thigh portion, skin-on and rather square shaped, and a skin-on boneless breast with wing attached remain. Reserve bones for stock. Mix marinade ingredients and pour over pheasant. Marinate 2 to 3 hours. The sauce: Crack reserved bones with the blunt edge of a heavy knife. Heat the olive oil in a 5-quart stock pot until oil is smoking hot. Add bones and brown, stirring constantly. After 10 minutes bones should begin to take on a golden brown color. Keep stirring so ingredients don't burn. Add onions and garlic and cook approximately 10 minutes longer, until onions and garlic have caramelized, and the bones have browned. Spoon excess oil from pot, and add Zinfandel, stirring to dislodge browned bits from bottom of pot. Reduce heat to medium and cook until liquid reduces in volume and becomes syrupy. Add chicken stock, bring to a boil, and cook until sauce has reduced to 3 or 4 cups. Strain. Sauce should be thick enough to coat a spoon. When ready to serve, reheat sauce with the olives and tomatoes. Season to taste with pepper and salt. Lift pheasant from marinade and scrape off any solids clinging to the meat. Season with salt and pepper. Sear meat skin side down until golden. Turn and repeat. Roast pheasant in a 400 degrees F. oven for 10 to 12 minutes. Breast meat will be finished first and should feel plump and tender to the touch. Thigh meat must be cooked through and will need a few more minutes to cook. Serve 1 breast and 1 thigh per person. Drizzle olive sauce over meat. Yield: 8 servings

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Page 601

PHEASANT WITH CHAMPAGNE CABBAGE

2 1 1 1 6 1/2 : : ; ounces) boned, skinned ; cut into 1-inch pieces tablespoon

pheasants (about 2 1/2 ; pounds each) pheasant stock champagne cabbage butter, clarified ----MOUSSELINE STUFFING---chicken, breast (about 5

1 Egg white 1/4 c Cream, whipping 2 tb Wine, Port 1/2 ts Salt : : : : Pepper, white, ground ; (brunoise cut - 1/8" ; cubes) ; part only) 2 tb Carrot, finely diced

2 tb Leek, finely diced (white 2 tb Turnips, finely diced 1 1/2 tb Celery root, finely diced : ; (celeriac) 2 md Mushrooms, diced 3 Sage, leaves, fresh, : : ; chopped (or a pinch of ; dried)

For Mousseline Stuffing: ======================== : Puree chicken pieces in processor until smooth. Add egg white

and process until smooth. With the processor running, add the cream in a thin stream - then add the Port wine, salt and pepper. : Transfer to a bowl, and fold in the remaining stuffing

ingredients. Adjust seasonings to taste, and chill, covered. The Pheasant: ============= : With a sharp boning knife, carefully remove each breast half

from the pheasants and set aside. Remove the legs with thighs attached. To bone each leg-thigh portion, use a sharp boning or paring knife to slit the leg and thigh meat, cutting parallel to the bones. Carefully scrape thigh meat away from the bone. Cut through the joint between the leg and thigh, keeping meat in 1 piece. Scrape away all remaining thigh meat and cut or pull out thighbone. : Use a cleaver to cut off the knob end of the leg. Scrape meat

from the gone and pull out the bone. : Refrigerate meat, covered. Reserve bones and carcasses.

Page 602 : Place the leg-thigh portions, skin side down and short ends

toward yourself between 2 sheets of plastic wrap; flatten gently with a mallet or side of a cleaver. : Spread about 1/3 cup of stuffing on each portion and fold meat

over to form a 1/2-inch border on each of 2 long sides. : Starting with a short side, roll into a neat cylinder. Use

kitchen twine to tie compactly, wrapping twine around once lengthwise and 3 times crosswise. Chill, covered, until firm (at least 30 minutes.) : Preheat oven to 450 F. Heat 6 tablespoons of clarified butter

in a large oven-proof skillet. Salt and pepper the stuffed leg packages and saute, shaking pan occasionally, until golden on all sides (about 4 minutes.) Place skillet in over and roast for 4 minutes. : Return skillet to top of stove over medium-high heat. Add

breast halves to the pan, skin side up, and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Saute for 2 minutes, shaking pan occasionally. Turn breasts skin side down, sprinkle with salt and pepper and return to the oven until everything is tender (about 7 minutes.) For Sauce: ========== : Meanwhile, cook sugar, without stirring, in small heavy

saucepan over medium-high heat until caramelized (about 4 minutes.) Add gin and stock; boil until reduced by half. Add wine and return to a boil. Lower heat and swirl in 1/4 cup of butter, 1 or 2 pieces at a time, until smooth. Adjust seasonings to taste with salt and pepper. : Transfer meat to work surface. Cut leg-thigh portions

crosswise into 1/2-inch-thick slices. Thinly slice breasts lengthwise on a diagonal. : Mound about 1/2 cup of cabbage in the center of each of 4

warmed serving plates. Place leg-thigh slices around bottom of each plate, overlapping slightly. Place breast slices in a fan pattern at top of each plate, overlapping slightly. Spoon some sauce around the meat and cabbage; serve the rest of the sauce separately. Source: http://www.SailorRandR.com From: "Stewburner" <stewburner@sailorradate: Mon, 14 Apr 2003 23:18:49 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

Page 603

PHEASANT WITH CHAMPAGNE CABBAGE VI (ASSEMBLY)

1 1 1 1 1 6 tablespoon

pheasants ** pheasant stock ** mousseline stuffing ** pheasant sauce ** champagne cabbage ** butter, clarified **

** See recipes for Clarified Butter, Pheasant with Champagne Cabbage I (Stock), Pheasant with Champagne Cabbage II (Stuffing), Pheasant with Champagne Cabbage III (Sauce), Pheasant with Champagne Cabbage IV (Pheasant), and Pheasant with Champagne Cabbage V (Cabbage). To Assemble: ============ Place the leg-thigh portions of the Pheasants, skin side down and short ends toward yourself between 2 sheets of plastic wrap; flatten gently with a mallet or side of a cleaver. Spread about 1/3 cup of stuffing on each portion and fold meat over to form a 1/2-inch border on each of the 2 long sides. Starting with a short side, roll the stuffing and meat into a neat cylinder. Use kitchen twine to tie compactly, wrapping twine around once lengthwise and 3 times crosswise. Chill, covered, until firm (at least 30 minutes.) Preheat oven to 450 F. Heat 6 tablespoons of clarified butter in a large oven-proof skillet. Salt and pepper the stuffed leg packages and saute, shaking pan occasionally, until golden on all sides (about 4 minutes.) Place skillet in oven and roast for 4 minutes. Return skillet to the top of stove over medium-high heat. Add breast halves to the pan, skin side up, and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Saute for 2 minutes, shaking pan occasionally. Turn breasts skin side down, sprinkle with salt and pepper and return to the oven until everything is tender (about 7 minutes.) Transfer meat to work surface. Cut leg-thigh portions crosswise into 1/2-inch-thick slices. Thinly slice breasts lengthwise on a diagonal. To Serve: ========= Mound about 1/2 cup of cabbage in the center of each of 4 warmed serving plates. Place leg-thigh slices around bottom of each plate, overlapping slightly. Place breast slices in a fan pattern at top of

Page 604 each plate, overlapping slightly. Spoon some sauce around the meat and cabbage; serve the rest of the sauce separately. Source: New York's Master Chefs, Bon Appetit Magazine : Written by Richard Sax, Photographs by Nancy McFarland : The Knapp Press, Los Angeles, 1985 Chef: Andy Kisler, Vienna 79 Restaurant, New York Yield: 4 servings

PHINEAS' PARTRIDGE-PIE

3 1/2 1 1/4 3/16 6 1/4 1 3 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 cup tablespoon tablespoon cup tablespoon tablespoon cup lb teaspoon teaspoon

partridge veal, cut 1/2-inch thick salt pepper bacon slices bacon fat salad oil flour bouillon whole cloves mushrooms, sliced butter or margarine parsley, chopped sherry flaky pastry

Cut partride in half lengthwise. Slice meat into six stirps. Sprinkle partridge and veal with 1 teaspoon salt and 1/8 teaspoon of pepper. Cut bacon slices in half and saute until golden brown. Put partridge in bottom of 2-quart casserole and cover, with veal bacon. Add 1 tablespoon salad oil to bacon fat in skillet and gradually add 3 tablespoons flour. Stir in 2 cups bouillon and cook until thick. Add cloves and remaining 1/4 teaspoon salt and pour over meat. Cover and bake at 350F for 1 hour. Meanshile, saute mushrooms in butter until tender. Place mushrooms and parsley over ingredients in casserole. Pour sherry over all and top with your favorite flaky pastry dough rolled to 1/8-inch thickness. Bake uncovered at 450F until pastry is light brown. Yield: 4 servings

Page 605

PIKANTE REHFILETSCHNITTEN

1/2 1/2 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 3 1/8 1/2 1 2 3 2 1/2 2

cup cup medium tablespoon tablespoon

dry red wine water onion, peeled and cut into inch sli; ces finely chopped shallots, or sub finely chopped scallions inch piece of cinnamon stick

small

bay leaf whole clove parsley sprigs

teaspoon teaspoon lb tablespoon tablespoon cup tablespoon

thyme salt freshly ground black pepper venison tenderloin, cut into inch-t; hick slices butter flour chicken stock brandy

Venison Tenderloin in Spiced Brandy Sauce In a small mixing bowl, combine the red wine, water, sliced onion, shallots, cinnamon, bay leaf, clove, parsley, thyme, salt and a few grindings of pepper. Arrange the venison slices in one layer in a shallow baking dish and pour the marinade over them, turning the steaks to moisten them thoroughly. Marinate at room temperature for at least 2 hours, turning the steaks once or twice. Preheat the oven to 300°. Remove the steaks from the marinade and pat them thoroughly dry. Set the marinade aside. In a heavy 10- to 12-inch skillet, melt the butter over moderate heat. When the foam subsides, add the venison steaks and brown them for 2 or 3 minutes on each side, regulating the heat so they color quickly and evenly and without burning. Transfer the steaks to a shallow baking casserole or baking dish just large enough to hold them comfortably in one layer, and set them aside. Strain the marinade through a fine sieve set over a bowl, pressing down hard on the vegetables with the back of a spoon before discarding them. Add the flour to the fat remaining in the skillet, and cook over moderate heat, stirring constantly, until the flour browns lightly. Gradually pour in the strained marinade, chicken stock and brandy. Stirring constantly with a whisk, bring it to a boil, continuing to stir until the sauce is smooth and slightly thickened. Taste for seasoning. Pour the sauce over the venison steaks and bake in the middle of the oven for 10 minutes, basting them occasionally with pan juices. Serve at once, directly from the casserole, or on a large heated platter. NOTE: In Germany the venison is browned in butter as described above. Because butter alone burns easily, you may prefer to use 2 tablespoons

Page 606 of butter combined with 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil. (Or just use clarified butter) from Time-Life Foods of the World, Recipes: The Cooking of Germany. From: Sackv@uni-Duesseldorf.De (Victor Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 06:13:08 +0200 Yield: 4 servings

PIKUNII GREEN CHILI BUFFALO

3 3 3 1 1-1/2 3 9 3/4 1 2 1/2

lbs tablespoons ramps tablespoon jalapeno green cup tablespoon cups

cubed buffalo stew meat oil or leeks, diced and 1-1/2 teaspoons minced garlic lime, juiced pepper, seeded and chopped native* onions, chopped chopped fresh cilantro, or to taste dried oregano tomatillo salsa

Cook Time: 25 Minutes Ready In: 40 Minutes * Mexican green onions 1. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add the ramps/leeks, and cook for a few minutes, then stir in the buffalo stew meat, and garlic. Cook, stirring frequently until meat is evenly browned. 2. While the buffalo is cooking, stir together the lime juice, jalapeno, cilantro and native onion. When the meat is browned, stir in the cilantro mixture and oregano. Pour in the salsa, cover and cook for about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the meat is cooked through. Serve with fry bread. Yield: servings: 12 se Preparation Time (hh:mm): 15 Mi

Page 607

PINTO BEAN, TOMATO AND BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP

1 2 1 4 4 1 2 1 4 1 2 1 1 1 1/2 1 6 1

tablespoon cup cup cup

oil chopped onions chopped celery garlic cloves, minced vegetable broth (or broth of choice) 15-ounce cans pinto beans, drained (or

cup cup teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon

home cooked) ounce can diced tomato; es in juice 1/2 pieces peeled seeded butternut squash dried oregano (or other herb choice) dried crushed red pepper or some chipotle pepper chopped fresh basil (or other herb of choice)

Heat oil in heavy large pot over medium-high heat. Add onions and celery; saut‚ until onions are golden, about 7 minutes. Add garlic; stir 1 minute. Add broth and next 5 ingredients; bring to boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer until squash is tender, about 15 minutes. Transfer 3 cups soup to blender; cool slightly, then puree until smooth. Return puree to pot with soup. Simmer until heated through, about 5 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Ladle soup into 6 bowls. Sprinkle each with 1 tablespoon basil and serve. 6 (first-course) servings. per serving: calories, 228; total fat, 4 g;saturated fat, 0.5 g; cholesterol, 0 Bon App‚tit September 2000 Cooking for Health Moosewood Restaurant, Ithaca, NY From: "Mignonne" <toadflax@myepicus.Netdate: Sun, 20 Oct 2002 01:11:38 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

Page 608

PINTO BEANS W HOMINY & GREEN CHILES

1 1/2 1 1/2 10 1 1

cup cup cup teaspoon

anasazi beans, dried pinto beans, dried water salt 3 cup dried indian hominy

3 Green Anaheim chiles, for garnish Soak the beans overnight in water to cover. In the morning rinse the beans with cold water & place in a lg pot with fresh water to cover. Stir in the salt, cover & simmer slowly 2-2 1/2 hrs, until the beans are tender. Add water when necessary & stir occasionally to prevent the beans from burning. Add hominy & simmer, covered, 1 hr, stirring occasionally. The hominy & beans should be very soft & moist, but not too watery. While the beans & hominy are cooking, roast, peel, seed & dice the chiles. Sprinkle on top of the cooked beans for garnish. Most southwestern Indians grow beans. The Hopis grow a variety of beans in terraces along their high mesas, where the crop is irrigated by natural springs. After the harvest the beans are dried & stored. Some beans are used for ceremonial purposes - from weddings to Kachina dances - while others are used for their day-to-day meals. For suburban & city dwellers, I've found that pinto beans, white beans, or red beans work well, but I suggest you also experiment with some of the other varieties of beans - like Anasazi beans - that are now available commercially. Or you may want to be adventuresome & grow your own variety. To round out this meal, the beans can be served with Lamb Stuffed Green Chiles, Pan Fried Trout, or Venison Mendi, <mendi@earthling.net>; 4-20-03 From: "Steven Friedman" <sfriedman@dockdate: Sat, 13 Mar 2004 06:56:28 ~0800 Yield: 6 servings

Page 609

PLANTAIN SOUP

1/2 1 6 1 3 3 1 1 1 2 1

lb. soup c. T. cloves green spring c c

venison or bison round bone of water of salt of garlic tomatoes pepper parsley onion pulverized plantain chips* plantain chips, whole

Cut meat into two inch cubes. Place all ingredients in a large casserole and allow to stand for half an hour. Bring ingredients to boil, reduce to medium heat and simmer for approximately 2 hours, keeping casserole tightly covered. Strain broth. For each cup of broth use 1/2 cup of pulverized green plantain chips. Mix well. Reheat before serving and top with whole chips when serving. *The plantain in this recipe is the banana looking type, not the green leafy kind. Yield: 4 servings.

Page 610

POBLANO CORN CHOWDER
By: From Albert's Restaurant at the San Diego Zoo 11/2 1 1 1 3 6 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 ears poblano quart cups cloves teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon yellow red yellow onions, diced bell pepper, diced bell pepper, diced carrot, diced of corn chiles olive oil chicken stock heavy cream garlic, minced cumin oregano flour melted butter salt and white pepper, to taste optional garnishes sour cream baked flour tortilla strips chopped cilantro or green onions fresh lime Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Lightly coat onions, bell peppers, carrot and ears of corn with nonstick cooking spray. Place in single layers on cookie sheets and roast about 15 minutes, turning ears of corn once, or until vegetables begin to caramelize. When corn cools, cut kernels from the cobs; discard cobs and reserve kernels in a bowl. Lightly coat poblano chiles with olive oil. Roast chiles over an open flame until skin chars all around. Place in a bowl and cover with plastic wrap for 10 minutes. Scrap off skin. Seed and dice the chiles. Put roasted onion, peppers, carrot, chicken stock, cream, garlic, cumin and oregano in a large pot and bring to a rolling boil. Combine flour and butter to form a paste (roux). Stir roux into the boiling soup to thicken in. Reduce heat, add chiles and corn to soup, and heat through. Season with salt and pepper. Ladle chowder into bowls. Garnish with sour cream, tortilla strips, cilantro and lime, and serve. Yield: 8 servings

Page 611

POJOAQUE CREAM SOUP
By: Pueblo 4 1 1 1 3/4 1 1 cups cup clove tablespoon teaspoon cup tablespoon home-cooked pinto beans (or 3 cans) bean juice garlic minced onion salt diluted evaporated milk pinch oregano red chili powder (not chili con car; ne spice)

1. Cook pinto beans according to package directions, or open cans. Mash beans thoroughly and mix in bean juice, or put both in blender until smooth. 2. If using blender, blend in all other ingredients gradually while blending. If not, mix them in slowly while beating. 3. Heat beans to a simmer, stirring frequently so the soup does not stick to the bottom. 4. Simmer soup for 10 minutes. Serve hot or cold with a dollop of sour cream. Corn, bread, beans, potatoes, squash and meat are universal ingredients that most tribes share. But each region is unique and offer different resources. I live in the southwest and the thing I love most about my region is the spicy heat that chiles can give our food. I LOVE IT HOT HOT HOT AND IT CAN NEVER BE TOO HOT FOR ME!!! I have a Navajo Tamale recipe that I will try to post a little later--it can be as spicy as you want to make it. But here is a Pueblo recipe that has a little spice to it but no real heat...at least not for me.

Page 612

POJOAQUE CREAM SOUP

4 1 1 1 3/4 1 1

cups cup clove tablespoon teaspoon cup tablespoon

home-cooked pinto beans (or 3 cans) bean juice garlic minced onion salt diluted evaporated milk pinch oregano red chili powder (not chili con car; ne spice)

There is a world of difference between the home cooked vs canned beans, so I would encourage you to cook up a pot for this recipe and extra for general purposes. Also, if you can find it, the New Mexico chile powders are exceptional. They also grow the most delicious green chiles there, so if you can't score a bushel of fresh to prepare and freeze for the season, keep your eyes peeled for canned chiles from Hatch, NM. I find them in one of our local 99 cent stores. Pam Oakes <oakes_p@bellsouth.net> wrote:Corn, bread, beans, potatoes, squash and meat are universal ingredients that most tribes share. But each region is unique and offer different resources. I live in the southwest and the thing I love most about my region is the spicy heat that chiles can give our food. I LOVE IT HOT HOT HOT AND IT CAN NEVER BE TOO HOT FOR ME!!! I have a Navajo Tamale recipe that I will try to post a little later--it can be as spicy as you want to make it. But here is a Pueblo recipe that has a little spice to it but no real heat...at least not for me. 1. Cook pinto beans according to package directions, or open cans. Mash beans thoroughly and mix in bean juice, or put both in blender until smooth. 2. If using blender, blend in all other ingredients gradually while blending. If not, mix them in slowly while beating. 3. Heat beans to a simmer, stirring frequently so the soup does not stick to the bottom. 4. Simmer soup for 10 minutes. Serve hot or cold with a dollop of sour cream.

Page 613

PORCINI-MOREL CRUSTED BISON STRIP LOIN

2 1 1/2 1 1 1/4 3/4 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 2 1/2 1/8 1/3 1/3 1/2 3/4 1 2 1/4 1/2

each teaspoon tablespoonsalt: tablespoon cup cup each stalks each teaspoons each each tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon teaspoons teaspoon teaspoon cup cup cup cup tablespoon tablespoon tespoon teaspoondried

bison- center cut, n.y. strip loin,; 12oz wt. canola oil black pepper mix 50/50 mushroom crust- recipe follows wild rice- barley risotto base- rec; ipe follows chicken broth roma tomato- seeded, diced 1/2' green onion- sliced 1/4' portabella mushroom- whole cap only; , stem cut olive oil thyme sprig italian parsley sprig whipping cream brandy thyme- fresh, minced crust dried porcini mushrooms- minced fin; e dried morel mushrooms- minced fine salt whole dried thyme white pepper rice barley wild rice- pre blanched, 15 minutes; in boiling water beef broth chicken broth olive oil yellow onion- diced 1/4' garlic- minced porcini mushrooms- ground

with Wild Rice-Barley Risotto Mushroom Crust: Yield 3 Tablespoons Combine and process all ingredients in a food processor until a fine mince is achieved. Transfer, wrap and store at room temperature until needed WILD RICE-BARLEY RISOTTO BASE: YIELD: 1 1/4 CUP Place the olive oil, garlic and onions in a sauté pan over medium hear, cook until the onions begin to sweat. Add the barley and toss until the barley is coated and pearalized, add the wild rice and slowly add the beef and chicken broth a little at a time, letting the liquid reduce completely before adding more. Constantly stirring After you have added all the broth, add the porcini powder, brandy and cream, stir and reduce. Remove from the heat and let cool. Transfer and store refrigerated until needed

Page 614 WHEN ORDERED: Place the broth in a sauté pan, add the risotto base into the pan, begin to heat when creamy add the tomato and green onions, and heat to 150. If needed add more broth to keep creamy, but still somewhat stiff. Meanwhile, baste the steaks with 1 teaspoon of canola oil; season the steak with ½ teaspoon salt and pepper and 1 tablespoon of the mushroom crust coating the steaks entirely. Cook the steaks on a BBQ or in a broiler to the desired doneness. Meanwhile, baste the Portabella mushroom with olive oil, season with the salt and pepper. Grill on a BBQ grill or in a broiler until cooked through with some char mars evident. Slice each cap on a slight diagonal into four slices; fan the slices out on the plate from the middle of the plate to the top. Place the wild rice-barley risotto in the center of the plate, slightly overlapping the front side of the Portabella mounded high. Place the steak propped up on the front side of the risotto, then garnish the middle of the risotto with the parsley and thyme sprig. Yield: 2 servings

Page 615

PORK AND VENISON TERRINE

2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 1/4 1/4 3 1/2 1/2

lb lb lb large centiliter

pork shoulder or butt venison stew meat chicken liver, cleaned of bile onion garlic several sprigs fresh thyme several sprigs fresh parsley

teaspoon teaspoon cup cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon

salt ground black pepper eggs heavy cream brandy flour ground cinnamon ground mace

Preheat the oven to 325 degrees. Pass the pork shoulder and venison through the medium die of a grinder for a coarse grind. Place the chicken liver in the bowl of a food processor and pulse to a fine paste. Combine the liver, pork and venison in a large bowl that has been chilled in the refrigerator. Chop the onion, garlic, thyme and parsley in the processor until very fine and add to the meats in the cold bowl. Combine the salt, pepper, eggs, cream, brandy, flour, cinnamon and mace and add to the meat mixture. Mix well and chill the entire mixture for 30 minutes. Line a large loaf tin with plastic wrap, pour the terrine mixture in, tamping down to insure an even layer. Cook the terrine in a water bath in the oven by heating some water in a tea kettle, place the prepared terrine into a roasting pan set in the oven, and pour the hot water into the roasting pan, being careful not to get any water into the terrine. Bake for about 90 minutes or until the meat reaches an internal temperature of 155 degrees. Remove from the oven and cool. Place a sheet of plastic wrap over the terrine, poking holes in the plastic so that hot air can escape. Place 2 to 3 pounds of weight (such as dry beans still in the bag) on top of the plastic wrap to weigh down and compress the terrine and refrigerate overnight. Remove from the oven and cool. Refrigerate overnight and serve cold with mustard, pickles and green bean salad. Yield: 12 to 15 slices c. Michael Lomonaco 1997 SOURCE: Michael's Place Cooking Show Copyright 1997, TV FOOD NETWORK SHOW #ML1B11 From: Dave Drum Yield: 4 servings Date: 23 Jan 98

Page 616

POROTOS GRANADOS (CHILEAN BEAN STEW)

4 2 1-2 3 1 1 4-6 2

c. (1 l) c. (500 ml) jalapeno t. (45 ml) t. (15 ml) plum ears

great northern, cannellini or navy; beans, drained peeled and diced pumpkin or other w; inter squash peppers, seeded and finely chopped oil onion, chopped paprika tomatoes, seeded and chopped fresh corn, cut into 2' (5 cm) piec; es salt and freshly ground pepper to t; aste chopped fresh basil for garnish

This classic Chilean dish composed of beans, corn, pumpkin, peppers, and tomatoes, all New World ingredients, flaunts its pre-Columbian roots. Traditionally made with 'aji' pepper of Chile, a fiery hot yellow pepper that spices up many Chilean specialties, you may substitute jalapenos or habeneros(dependingt on how hot you like it) if you can't get the genuine article. Combine the beans, pumpkin, jalapenos, and enough water to cover in a pot and bring to a boil over high heat. Reduce the heat and simmer covered for 20 minutes. Meanwhile, heat the oil in a skillet over moderate heat and saute the onion and paprika until the onions are tender, about 5 minutes. Add the onion mixture to the beans along with the tomatoes, corn, salt, and pepper. Simmer for 15 minutes and serve garnished with chopped basil. Yield: serves 6 to 8.

Page 617

POSOLE (NATIVE AMERICAN THANKSGIVING)

2 3 2 1 1 3 3 1 1/2 1 2

large can

cans of hominy vegetable broth or stock or 3 green chiles (roasted and peeled)

large

1015 onion, diced or 4 large carrots, diced or 4 stalks of celery, diced salt and pepper to taste

teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon

each oregano, garlic, cumin chile powder fresh cilantro, minced

Yet another appropriate Thanksgiving dish is Posole, which is indigenous to the Native American southwest. Posole is really considered most traditional around Christmastime and is always served New Year's Eve and/or New Year's Day for good luck. However, Pueblo peoples have made posole for generations and it is a staple winter dish. I have adapted it for vegan use. Please adjust everything to taste; my tastes are for more spice and chiles than most folks would care for, so I add more of almost everything. Also: the fresher ingredients will make an amazing difference in the taste of the posole, so if possible, prepare your own vegetable stock, roast your own fresh Anaheim or New Mexico chiles, and buy flash frozen posole (also spelled pozole) corn in the store, rather than using canned. Saute the onions and celery until the onion is transparent. This can be done with water and veggie stock or with spray-type coatings. Dump everything else in and bring to a low boil. Simmer until you like the texture. The hominy should be really soft, almost to the break-up-and-really-form-a-thick-stew stage. I serve posole with cornbread and a crisp green salad. If you wish to add any animal protein, the original recipes call for pork or ham. I have found that chunks of turkey work wonderfully with this recipe. Please consider your tolerance for spices. The heat will come from the green chiles and the chile powder, as well as the black pepper. Finally, if you want a little more color in the stew, you could throw in some kernel corn. Hope you enjoy. Posted by MARTHA KUNKEL <cemk@odessa.edu> to the Fatfree Dig. [Vol.12 Issue 3], Nov. 4, 1994. FATFREE Recipe collections copyrighted by Michelle Dick 1994. Used with permission. Formatted by Sue Smith, S.Smith34, TXFT40A@Prodigy.com using MMCONV. Yield: 1 servings

Page 618

POSOLE MI CASA

1 6 5 4 1 4 3 1 1 1/2 2 1/4 1 2/3 1 1 1 2

lb cup medium large tablespoon lb teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup can

posole; washed well cold water onions; coarsely chopped garlic cloves; peeled and crushed cooking oil cooked pork shoulder; cut in 3/4 cubes crumbled leaf oregano thyme salt black pepper chicken broth whole green chiles; (10 oz) drained and cut into long strips jalapeno peppers; minced

Posole is a feasts day favorite among the Pueblo Indians who live in the Rio Grande Vaslley. Its special flavor and character, however, have made it a year-around favorite of all New Mexicans. Place the posole and water in a large, heavy pot; bring to a simmer, cover and cook slowly until the kernels burst and are almost tender (about 3 1/2 hours). When the posole is almost done, lightly brown onions and garlic in a skillet in 2 Tablespoons of cooking oil; drain on paper towels. Add another 2 Tablespoons of cooking oil to the skillet and brown the pork cubes, a few at a time. Drain on paper towels. Add onion, garlic, pork and all remaining ingredients to the posole. Mix well and simmer covered for 3 more hours. Taste for salt and adjust as needed. Serve in large soup plates and pass a rich red chile sauce for topping, if desired. Serve with warm tortillas. Source: Simply Simpatico A Taste of New Mexico from the Junior League of Albuquerque (1981) There are a lot of variations on this theme. One which we like a lot involves adding red chile sauce (the kind you make with just pureed red chiles and NO tomatos) to the mixture during the last couple of hours of cooking and adjusting the amount of jalapeños accordingly. This, of course, makes a red posole rather than the posole verde of the recipe above. For a Mexican (Jalisco) Pozole (this one with chicken), see: http://mexico.udg.mx/cocina/antojos/PozoleTapatio.html Cheers, The Old Bear From: Walt Gray <waltgray@mnsinc.Com> Yield: 8 servings

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POSOLE SOUP

broth: 6 3 2 6 2 3 10 2 1 1 5 1 1 2 2 1 12 1/2 lbs tbs large bay heads tsp whole tsp tsp tsp gallons head tbs lbs lbs head radishes cup pigs' feet cracked or cut fresh organo leaves,or 3 tsp dried onions sliced leaves garlic cut in half black pepper mild red chiles cumin dried thyme salt water fixings: garlic fresh oregano, or 1 tsp dried prepared posole lean pork diced garnish: cabbage, very thinly sliced sliced thin red chile or ranchero sauce

Simmer broth ingredients in water 6-8 hours, skimming to remove excess fat and scum the first 2 hrs. Strain, reserve stock. Remove meat from pigs feet and return to stock. Add posole, pork, oregano. Simmer 4-5 hrs, adding more water as needed, and skimming. Remove garlic head, taste for salt. Ladle soup and fixings into large bowls, garnish with cabbage, radishes, ranchero sauce, and if fresh oregano is availabl, a sprig of that. Yield: serves 12

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POSOLE SOUP

Broth: 6 lbs pigs' feet cracked or cut 3 TBS fresh organo leaves,or 3 tsp dried 2 large onions sliced 6 bay leaves 2 heads garlic cut in half 3 tsp black pepper 10 whole mild red chiles 2 tsp cumin 1 tsp dried thyme 1 tsp salt 5 gallons water Fixings: 1 head garlic 1 TBS fresh oregano, or 1 tsp dried 2 lbs prepared posole 2 lbs lean pork diced Garnish: 1 head cabbage, very thinly sliced 12 radishes sliced thin 1/2 cup red chile or ranchero sauce Simmer broth ingredients in water 6-8 hours, skimming to remove excess fat and scum the first 2 hrs. Strain, reserve stock. Remove meat from pigs feet and return to stock. Add posole, pork, oregano. Simmer 4-5 hrs, adding more water as needed, and skimming. Remove garlic head, taste for salt. Ladle soup and fixings into large bowls, garnish with cabbage, radishes, ranchero sauce, and if fresh oregano is availabl, a sprig of that. Yield: 12 servings

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POSOLE STEW

1

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no ingredients

form of hominy, and it's also for outdoor grilling of the meat. You an use canned hominy or perhaps you can find dried whole hominy at a health-food store; if you use canned, naturally don't cook it before you add it to the final stew phase, and only put it in for the last 40 minutes. Dried hominy will cook up to a volume of 3 times, so 1.5 lbs dry would equal an addition of at least 2-3 quarts canned (this is whole hominy, not grits). Also, the meat can be roasted in an oven, and the peppers carred under the broiler or in a very hot oven in a paper bag. This recipe resides on the Indian Health Service server, which gives promise of more, I'll keep checking back.

POSOLESTEW

text file PosoleStew--This recipe (on Indian Health Service page) uses a southwstern form of hominy, and it's also for outdoor grilling of the meat. You an use canned hominy or perhaps you can find dried whole hominy at a health-food store; if you use canned, naturally don't cook it before you add it to the final stew phase, and only put it in for the last 40 minutes. Dried hominy will cook up to a volume of 3 times, so 1.5 lbs dry would equal an addition of at least 2-3 quarts canned (this is whole hominy, not grits). Also, the meat can be roasted in an oven, and the peppers carred under the broiler or in a very hot oven in a paper bag. This recipe resides on the Indian Health Service server, which gives promise of more, I'll keep checking back.

Page 622

POSSUM OR BANDICOOT SOUP

1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

small liter teaspoon

possum or bandicoot* water salt tin any other vegies desired

pinch pinch

celery leaves parsley flour or gravox* to thicken fried bread -- 1 slice per serv corn*

Skin and clean possum or bandicoot, then quarter the animal. (Video tape this please. I have no idea how to do it. Also "first you have to catch a possum or bandicoot", but then that's another story.) Place it in a large pot or camp oven along with water *For those of you that haven't met a bandicoot, it is something between a possum and a raccoon, sort of, I think, maybe. *Tin of corn? Well a can I guess, 16 oz. *Now, when you boil this meat for 5 1/2 hours, strain it and throw it away, it does make me wonder why you started in the first place. *Gravox is a meat concentrate seasoning I think. The dish must be need some flavor. *Fry the bread any way you want to. *All things considered, a brick or stone would be a reasonable alternative if you don't happen to have a possum or bandicoot available. Recipe from by scotlyn@juno.com (Daniel S Johnson) on Mar 25, 1998, converted by MC_Buster. From: Bbq@listserv.Azstarnet.Com Reply-Date: Thu, 26 Mar 1998 19:58:04 Yield: 1 servings

Page 623

POT ROAST OF BUFFALO

1 1 1/4 1 5 1/4 1 2 1 2 3 cup cup tablespoon cup tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon lb

young buffalo rump roast about 5 1/2-6 lbs. chilled fat salt pork larding strips. big game marinade lard or margarine flour beef stock or strong bouilon tomatoe paste flour dissolved in: cold marinade

Insert larding strips at 2" intervals all over the meat. Put in crock or ceramic or glass bowl and pour marinade over. Let stgand, covered, in a cool place for 1 or 2 days, turning meat every few hours so all surfaces are permeated. Remove meat and reserve marinade. Wipe meat dry with paper towels. Heat lard in large deep skillet or heavy pot and brown meat all over. Sprinkle with the flour and add stock to cover. Add 2 cups of the marinade and the tomato paste and cook, covered, over medium heat for about 1 hour or until meat is tender. Remove meat to heated platter and keep warm. Skim fat from pot and strain juices into saucepan. Thicken with the flour-marinade if necessary. Slice meat and pour some of gravy over it; serve remaining gravy in a sauceboat. Serves 10-12. Serve with: candied yams or sweet potatoes. Source: "COOKING WILD GAME", by Zack Hanle, 1974 Yield: 1 recipe

Page 624

POT ROASTED RABBIT

1 2 1 4 1 1/4 1/4 2 6 1 2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/4 4 cup cup tablespoon oz teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoon cup

rabbit, wild, cleaned bouillon or chicken stock garlic clove, halved bacon strips, smoked cooking oil onion, chopped bell pepper, chopped parsley, chopped mushrooms, can butter onion tops, chopped mustard, dry sugar worcestershire sauce vinegar flour

One hour before cooking time, sprinkle cut-up rabbit with vinegar. Let stand a few minutes then rinse and wipe. Rub each piece with cut garlic, salt & pepper. Cut bacon into 1-in. pieces and brown in black iron pot; remove and set aside. Lightly flour rabbit and pan-fry til well brown, adding cooking oil as needed. Remove rabbit, pour off oil retaining about 1 Tbsp, and saute onion, bell pepper and parsley until onions are soft. Meanwhile, brown mushrooms in butter. Return rabbit to pot, adding mushrooms and 1/2 C liquid. Cover and simmer slowly for 1 to 1-1/2 hours or until tender. Turn rabbit occasionally, adding stock. After rabbit is done, remove & make gravy with flour & broth. Suggestions: Subst. beer or wine for part of bouillon. Use roux for gravy. Recipe date: 12/12/87 From: Dale Shipp Date: 24 Dec 96 National Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 1 servings

Page 625

POT ROASTED RABBIT #1

1 2 1 4 1 1/4 1/4 2 6 1 2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/4 4 cup cup tablespoon oz teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoon cup

rabbit, wild, cleaned bouillon or chicken stock garlic clove, halved bacon strips, smoked cooking oil onion, chopped bell pepper, chopped parsley, chopped mushrooms, can butter onion tops, chopped mustard, dry sugar worcestershire sauce vinegar flour

One hour before cooking time, sprinkle cut-up rabbit with vinegar. Let stand a few minutes then rinse and wipe. Rub each piece with cut garlic, salt & pepper. Cut bacon into 1-in. pieces and brown in black iron pot; remove and set aside. Lightly flour rabbit and pan-fry til well brown, adding cooking oil as needed. Remove rabbit, pour off oil retaining about 1 Tbsp, and saute onion, bell pepper and parsley until onions are soft. Meanwhile, brown mushrooms in butter. Return rabbit to pot, adding mushrooms and 1/2 C liquid. Cover and simmer slowly for 1 to 1-1/2 hours or until tender. Turn rabbit occasionally, adding stock. After rabbit is done, remove & make gravy with flour & broth. Suggestions: Substitute beer or wine for part of bouillon. Use roux for gravy. Yield: 1 servings

Page 626

POTATO AND WILD LEEK (RAMPS) SOUP

4 4 4 3 4 1

to cups to tablespoons cups cup

6 slices bacon chopped ramps (including green) 5 cups diced red potatoes flour chicken broth heavy cream salt and pepper, to taste

We loved this flavorful soup! My husband decided it was better than his restaurant favorite. In a large skillet or Dutch oven, fry bacon until crispy; set bacon aside. Add ramps and potatoes to the skillet; fry on medium-low heat until ramps are tender. Sprinkle with flour; stir until flour is absorbed. Stir in chicken broth; simmer until potatoes are tender. Stir in the cream and heat thoroughly. Add salt and pepper to taste. Yield: serves 4 to 6.

POTATO AND WILD LEEK (RAMPS) SOUP

6 4 1 5 3 4 1 1

slice cup cup tablespoon cup cup

bacon chopped ramps (including green) diced red potatoes flour chicken broth heavy cream salt and pepper, to taste

In a large skillet or Dutch oven, fry bacon until crispy; set bacon aside. Add ramps and potatoes to the skillet; fry on medium-low heat until ramps are tender. Sprinkle with flour; stir until flour is absorbed. Stir in chicken broth; simmer until potatoes are tender. Stir in the cream and heat thoroughly. Add salt and pepper to taste. Serves 4 to 6. :Southernfood.About.com From: Kailariwoifeyes@aol.Com Yield: 4 servings

Page 627

POTATO SOUP AND CHILIES

2 2 1 2 1 1 1/2 2 4 1/2 3/4 3/4 1 1

tablespoon medium clove cup tablespoon cup cup oz teaspoon cup cup dash tablespoon

vegetable oil onion; chopped garlic; minced potatoes; chopped flour chicken broth milk green chilies; diced celery salt monterey jack cheese; shredded colby cheese; shredded white pepper celery leaves; chopped

Heat oil in 3 qt pot over medium heat. Add onion and garlic, cook until onion is tender. Stir in potatoes, cook 1 min. Stir in flour, continue cooking 1 min. Stir in broth and bring to boil. Coveer, reduce, heat and simmer 20 minutes. Stir in milk, chilies, cerery salt, heat to simmering. Add cheeses, stir and heat til cheeses melt. Do not boil. Add pepper to taste. Garnish with celery leaves and serve hot.

Page 628

POTRAWKA Z GOLEBI (POLISH SQUAB)

1 1 3 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 small tablespoon tablespoon cup cup

pigeons butter onions meat stock tart papples mushrooms lemon; juice of glass of madeira wine butter flour sour cream

Quarter the pigeons; Saute in butter for 15 minutes. Remove from butter and slice three onions into pan. Fry onions until done. Add meat stock, sliced apples, mushrooms, and lemon juice. Mix well and bring to boiling point. Add wine. In another pan, brown flour in butter and thicken the mixture. Dip pigeons in sour cream, return to mixture and cook until tender. Pigeons may be fried or roasted like young chicken. From Treasured Polish Recipes, 1948 MMed by Dave Sacerdote, 3/96 Yield: 1 batch

Page 629

POW-WOW SOUP LAKOTA STYLE
By: Glenn Brave short ribs beef boulion dried corn onion carrots celery pepper mill pepper salt olive oil or canola oil worcestershire sauce potatoes or wide egg noodles from the Black Hills of South Dakota Oglala Lakota, Pine Ridge Reservation, Jug and LaVina Brave ... who learned this from My Mother, LaVina Soak the dried corn for a couple of hours before cooking to soften it so it will finish cooking when the soup is done. Fill pot with fresh cold water and add dried corn and two or three beef boulion cubes and start to heat water to a boil. Trim any large pieces of fat from short ribs and discard. Cut meat into bite size cubes. Save bones. Stew meat can be used as an alterntive in this recepit, but short ribs offer superior taste and texture. Heat skillet and add olive or canola oil then add diced short ribs and also throw in bones. Add three or four dashes of worcestershire sauce and fry meat until it browns and is about half done. Just before removing meat from skillet add onions to pan and saute the onions for a couple minutes to enhance the flavor. When meat is browned and onions are complete add to pot of water and bring to boil. Be sure to add the bones to the soup as they make for a rich broth. I purposly leave some meat on the bones because I like to eat the meat directly off the bones. At this time add tomatoes. Be careful not to add to many tomatoes as you don\'t want a soup with a strong tomato taste, only a very slight hint of tomatoes taste. When I cook soup for my family of three I only add two of the tomotoes from the can. And don't add the tomatoe juice from the can. Dice celery and carrots and add to the soup pot. Salt and pepper to taste. I normally go heavy on the pepper. Don\'t be afraid to add enough salt to soup pot, that way your not constantly adding salt to your bowl of soup as you are eating. Cover pot and and lower the temperature to bring soup to a simmer and cook for an hour or two or until the dried corn is tender and meat is done. About thirty minutes before soup is finished cooking, peel and quarter potatoes and add to soup pot and cook until potatoes are cooked. You can

Page 630 cook the potatoes or noodles in a seperate pot if necessary and add to soup bowls when serving. Note: And of course some good ole\' Indian Fry Bread is a standard with this recipe and a large glass of Kool-Aid, annet!! Servings: Unknown

PREMIER SMOKEHOUSE CABBAGE AND VENISON SAUSAGE STEW

3 4 1 1/2 1 1 1 1/2 5 1 1 1 teaspoon tablespoon lb lb quart

cloves butter (1/2 stick) cabbage (shredded) venison sausage beef or venison broth (cut to 1 pieces) pepper potatoes (peeled & sliced thin) garlic salt (to taste)

Crush the garlic on a cutting board with a chef's knife. Heat the butter and add the garlic to a 4 - 5 quart pot. When the garlic begins to sizzle, add the cabbage and stir-fry for 3 minutes. Add the Venison Sausage, broth, potatoes and pepper. Cover and bring to a boil, then lower the heat and let simmer for 20 minutes, or when potatoes are tender. Correct for seasoning. To thicken, add roux of 4 Tbs. Melted butter with 4 Tbs. Flour. OPTIONAL: Top with fresh raw vegetable sticks and/or top with melted cheese. America's Premier Smokehouse http://www.premiersmokehouse.com/ From: Hmmstudio@aol.Com (Hmmstudio) Yield: 4 servings

Page 631

PREMIER SMOKEHOUSE ELK BARLEY

6 1 1/3 2 4 1 2 1 1

oz cup tablespoon

pearl barley boiling elk and bones. mushrooms carrots (diced) butter stalk celery (chopped) potatoes (diced) sour cream salt & pepper

Wash the barley and cover with 1 cup of meat stock. Bring to boil and simmer until tender. Add the butter slowly. In the remaining broth, boil the vegetables and mushrooms. Then add the cooked barley, Elk and season with salt and pepper. For a garnish, add a few tablespoons of sour cream to the top. STOCK: Boil Elk and bones with 3 oz. beef base, or 1 Tbs. Salt until tender. Remove Elk from stock, strain and reserve. When cooled, remove meat from bone, discard bones. America's Premier Smokehouse http://www.premiersmokehouse.com/ 2 qts. Meat Stock made from From: Hmmstudio@aol.Com (Hmmstudio) Yield: 4 servings

Page 632

PRINCESS WHITEFLOWERS WINTER STEW

2 4-5 3-4 2 1 3 1 1 1/2 2 4 1

lbs. carrots (chopped) small green stalk c. clove basil c. tbls. c. tomato (diced)

venison or beef (cubed) onions (chopped) bell peppers leeks (cleaned ) (use only white's; of leeks) beef stock garlic (mashed) leaf (crushed) wheat germ pepper to taste corn oil water

In lg. mixing bowl add meat and beef stock. Marinate overnight in refrig.Cover with aluminum foil. Boil vegetables in water for 10 min. Drain in sieve and set aside. Remove meat from refrig. Roll meat pieces in wheat germ,garlic and basil mix. Brown meat in oil. Add vegetables. Simmer for 10 min. Add leeks and tomato.Simmer for 2 hrs. on low heat Stir occasionally. Yield: serves 6-7

Page 633

PROVENCAL STYLE VENISON STEW

6 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1/2 4 4 3 1 2 1 6 1 1 3 1 2 1/2 1 3 1/4 3 3/4 1 4

oz

olive oil sliced carrot sliced onion head of celery, cut into one inch chunks

cup cup

white wine wine vinegar or 5 stalks of parsley shallots cloves of garlic

teaspoon teaspoon

dried thyme bayleaves rosemary black peppercorns salt for stew:

lb large tablespoon cup

venison roast, cut into slices bacon fat fresh herbs (thyme, rosemary oregano, marjoram) cloves garlic, crushed

lb lb

bacon cut into cubes carrots pitted black & green olives salt and pepper chopped tomatoes

Heat oil, add vegetables, allow to brown lightly. Add wine and other marinade ingredients to the browned vegetables. Simmer for 30 minutes. Permit to cool and then use as a marinade. For Stew: Marinate the venison in the marinade for at least 24 hours. Remove the venison from the marinade, reserving it, and saute the meat in the bacon fat, cooking both sides. Put the meat in an ovenproof casserole. Pour the marinade over it. Add a bit more wine if necessary. Add the fresh herbs, the garlic, the bacon, the carrots and the olives. If the olives are salty, you probably won't need more salt. Cover the meat with tin foil. Put the lid on the casserole. Bake in a slow oven (about 275 degrees F) for at least 3 hours, or until meat is tender. Ten minutes before serving, defat the sauce and add the tomatoes. Serve with lots of egg noodles, dressed with a bit of olive oil and parmesan cheese and a ladle of sauce from the stew. If you prefer, you may use red wine in the marinade rather than white

Page 634 wine. Susan Hattie Steinsapir rec.hunting Marinade: Yield: 1 servings

PUEBLO FIRE

10 1 3 1/4 1/2 1 tablespoon cup cup lb teaspoon

red chili pods oil water barbecue sauce round steak, cut into small pieces garlic salt

Remove stems and shake out seeds from chili pods; rinse in cold water. Tear pods into pieces; place in blender with water. Blend until smooth. Brown meat in oil. Add chili pod mixture, barbecue sauce and garlic salt. Cook over low heat for one hour. Serve as soup with a casserole or beforehand. Makes 6 servings of 1/3 cup: small servings are practical for this soup. Posted by Pat Stockett. Courtesy of Fred Peters. Yield: 6 servings

Page 635

PUEBLO LAMB AND WILD RICE

4 3 1 1 3 2 1 1/3 2 2 1 1 1/4 1/4

tablespoons cups cup tablespoon cups cups cups tablespoons teaspoons teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

oil ramps or leeks, diced pine nuts butter uncooked wild rice water, boiling chicken broth lemon peel, grated each salt and ground black pepper chili, ground cumin, ground azafran oregeno

1/2 cup dry cranberries 2 1/4 pounds grilled lamb, cut in 2' x 2' chunks 36 cherry tomatoes, whole, grilled 2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon pepper

Crunchy pine nuts combine to make the rice even more memorable. Heat oil in large skillet. Sauté ramps/leeks and nuts over medium heat until onion softens and nuts are browned. Add butter and rice to skillet; sauté 5 minutes until rice absorbs the butter. Add boiling water and chicken broth and simmer until all liquid evaporates, about 20 minutes. Add lemon, and spices to rice mixture, stir to combine. Place a service of rice on plate. Top with lamb and tomatoes and serve. Sprinkle with cranberries, salt and pepper. Yield: 12 servings

Page 636

PUEBLO PEPPERY POTATO-TOMATO SOUP

6 8 2 1 1/2 1 1 1

washed med. yellow qt. small green parsley tbls.

& cored tomatoes potatoes washed & peeled onions peeled & sliced water red chilli pepper crushed pepper washed & sliced (include see; ds) sprig or tsp. parsley flakes salt

Place tomatoes, potatoes, onions, and water in large kettle. Simmer for about 1 hr. or until potatoes are tender. Break up potatoes with fork into bite sized pieces, mash potatoes slightly, then add remaining ingredients. Simmer for 20-25 min. or until peppers are tender.

PUEBLO POSOLE (FEAST DAY SOUP)

3 8 1 1/2 1 4 1 2 1 2 2 1

cup cup lb

posole (dried corn) water beef or pork ribs; trimmed . of all fat red chilies; roasted & . finely chopped

teaspoon medium centiliter tablespoon

salt onion; coarsely chopped garlic; finely minced fresh epazote, cilantro or . oregano; chopped

Cook posole in a large, heavy kettle, in the 8 cups water, over medium heat, until the kernels pop, about 30 to 45 minutes. Add the raw meat and roasted chilies and half of the salt, and continue to cook, covered, about 2 hours, until the meat is tender. Add the remaining ingredients and simmer for another 20 minutes. Serve hot. Makes about 8 servings. "Enduring Harvests: Native American Foods & Festivals for Every Season" by E. Barrie Kavasch The Globe Pequot Press, Old Saybrook, Connecticut ISBN = 1-56440-737-3 Scanned and formatted for you by The WEE Scot -- paul macGregor Yield: 8 servings

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PUMPKIN CORN SOUP WITH GINGER LIME CREAM

1

3 c. corn kernels

2 Garlic cloves, finely chopped 3/4 tsp. salt 3/4 tsp. white pepper 3 C. chicken stock 3 C. cooked pumpkin GARLIC CREAM 2 Limes, juice and zest only 1 T. peeled and grated fresh ginger 1/2 C. heavy cream This simple recipe is easy to prepare.... It is a delicious, rich-bodied soup, and the Ginger Lime Cream adds a refreshing zest. ***** In a medium covered pot, cook the corn kernels with a little water until soft, about 10 minutes. In a food processor, process the corn until smooth and run through a sieve and discard the skins. Combine the corn puree, garlic, salt, white pepper, and stock in a saucepan and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Reduce the heat to low, add the pumpkin, and cook 10 minutes while stirring. In another saucepan cook the lime juice and ginger 2 minutes over medium heat. Remove from the heat and pour through a sieve to remove the ginger. In a bowl, combine the ginger-lime juice, the lime zest (save some for the garnish), and cream. Whip until the mixture has soft peaks. Spoon a dollop of Ginger Lime cream onto each bowl filled with soup and garnish with the remaining line zest. Serve immediately. From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank Yield: 6 servings

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PUMPKIN CORN SOUP WITH GINGER LIME CREAM

3 2 3/4 3/4 3 3 2 1 1/2

cup teaspoon teaspoon cup cup

corn kernels garlic cloves, finely chopped salt white pepper chicken stock cooked pumpkin ----GARLIC CREAM---limes, juice and zest only

tablespoon cup

peeled and grated fresh ginger heavy cream

In a medium covered pot, cook the corn kernels with a little water until soft, about 10 minutes. In a food processor, process the corn until smooth and run through a sieve and discard the skins. Combine the corn puree, garlic, salt, white pepper, and stock in a saucepan and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Reduce the heat to low, add the pumpkin, and cook 10 minutes while stirring. In another saucepan cook the lime juice and ginger 2 minutes over medium heat. Remove from the heat and pour through a sieve to remove the ginger. In a bowl, combine the ginger-lime juice, the lime zest (save some for the garnish), and cream. Whip until the mixture has soft peaks. Spoon a dollop of Ginger Lime cream onto each bowl filled with soup and garnish with the remaining line zest. Serve immediately. From "Native American Cooking," by Lois Ellen Frank Typed for you by Hilde Mott Yield: 6 servings

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PUMPKIN SOUP

2 1/4 2 1 1 1 1 1/8

tsp c tbsp tbsp c c tsp tsp

soft margarine onion, chopped green bell pepper flour skim milk canned pumpkin puree low-sodium instant chicken broth mi; x dried thyme chopped parsley, for ga; rnish

1. In small saucepan, melt margarine. Add onion and pepper; cook until soft but not brown, 4-5 minutes. 2. Whisk in flour; stir in milk, pumpkin, 1 c water, broth mix, and thyme. Cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally, unitl slightly thickened and just boiling. Garnish tih parsley, if desired. Yield: makes 1

PUMPKIN SOUP
By: Curtis Akins 1 1/2 4 1 1/2 1/2 4 1 1/4 pound tablespoons cup cup cup cups cup cup pumpkin, top removed and inside sco; oped out sugar pumpkin, cubed margarine, melted salt and pepper chopped onion chopped carrots chopped celery vegetable broth tomatoes, diced rice

Coat the inside of the pumpkin with half the melted margarine, then sprinkle the inside with salt and pepper. Bake for 20 minutes at 400 degrees. In a saucepan, saute mixed vegetables in remaining margarine for about 5 minutes. Add broth and bring to a boil. Pour broth, vegetables and rice into the pumpkin. Return filled pumpkin to the oven with the lid on top and bake about 1 hour or until the pumpkin is tender, but not too soft. Place the whole pumpkin on the table and ladle soup into bowls. Tip: Spiced Pumpkin Seeds Toss dried pumpkin seeds melted butter, add 1/4 teaspoon cayenne, 1/2 teaspoon cumin, 1/2 teaspoon salt , add nuts, spread back on sheet and toast in 350 oven for 5-8 minutes, until toasted and fragrant.

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Tip: Bake your favorite pie in a pumpkin! Scoop out a pumpkin, use your favorite pie crust, your favorite filling, and bake as recommended in your favorite recipe, until crust is brown and filling is set Yield: 6 servings

PUMPKIN SOUP

1

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no ingredients

Pumpkin Soup 1 Small pumpkin, about 12" or canned (29 oz) 2 tb Sunflower oil (for fresh pumpkin) or peanut oil 3 tb Maple syrup or honey 1/2 ts Ground dried spicebush berries or allspice 4 c Beef or chicken broth Thinly sliced green onions Chopped hazelnuts Roasted pumpkin and sunflower seeds, for garnish In early pumpkin soup recipes of the northeastern woodland indians, the pumpkin would have been baked whole in hot ashes. Peeled and chopped pumpkin would then have been thinned with broth from wildfowl or game. If using fresh pumpkin, preheat oven to 350 deg F. Place pumpkin in a baking dish and roast until easily pierced with a knife, about 1 hour. Allow pumpkin to cool, slice off top and scoop out seeds. Clean pumpkin fibres from seeds and discard fibres. Toss seeds with oil and salt to taste. Spread out on a baking sheet and return to oven 15-20 minutes, until crisp and golden. Reserve for garnish and snacks. Scrape pumpkin flesh from shell and mash, or puree if a smoother mixture is desired. Place fresh or

Page 641 canned pumpkin in a large saucepan and season with salt, pepper, syrup and allspice or spicebush berries. Gradually stir in enough broth to make soup thin or thick consistency, as desired. Simmer over medium heat about 5 minutes, until hot. If desired, serve soup in small pumpkin or squash shells. Garnish with onions, hazelnuts, and pumpkin seeds. Source: Spirit of the Harvest ... from a file of Carl Berger

PUMPKIN SOUP
By: Spirit of the Harvest 1 2 3 1/2 4 small tb tb ts c pumpkin. about 12' or canned (29 oz sunflower oil (for fresh pumpkin) o maple syrup or honey ground dried spicebush berries or a beef or chicken broth thinly sliced green onions chopped hazelnuts roasted pumpkin and sun flower seed In early pumpkin soup recipes of the northeastern woodland indians, the pumpkin would have been baked whole in hot ashes. Peeled and chopped pumpkin would then have been thinned with broth from wildfowl or game. If using fresh pumpkin, preheat oven to 350 deg F. Place pumpkin in a baking dish and roast until easily pierced with a knife, about 1 hour. Allow pumpkin to cool, slice off top and scoop out seeds. Clean pumpkin fibers from seeds and discard fibers. Toss seeds with oil and salt to taste. Spread out on a baking sheet and return to oven 15-20 minutes, until crisp and golden. Reserve for garnish and snacks. Scrape pumpkin flesh from shell and mash, or puree if a smoother mixture is desired. Place fresh or canned pumpkin in a large saucepan and season with salt, pepper, syrup and allspice or spicebush berries. Gradually stir in enough broth to make soup thin or thick consistency, as desired. Simmer over medium heat about 5 minutes, until hot. If desired, serve soup in small pumpkin or squash shells. Garnish with onions, hazelnuts, and pumpkin seeds. Yield: 4 servings

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PUMPKIN SOUP

2 1/2 500 10 1 5 1 10 125 30 15 5 10

lb ml ml gm gm ml gm ml ml ml

pumpkins water (2 tsp) goose fat onion (1 tsp) wild garlic bay leaf (1 tbsp) thyme (1/2 cup) 15% cream (1 oz.) non-salted butter (1 tbsp) clover honey (1 tsp) salt (1 tsp) pepper

Melt in a small quantity of goose or pork fat, sliced onion with clove of garlic, bay leaf, thyme and add chunks of medium size pumpkin. Add salt and pepper. Cover with cold water and bring to boiling point. Let simmer at low heat for one hour. Mix with blender, adding cream, butter and honey. Raise temperature without boiling and let simmer a few minutes. Check and correct seasoning with salt and pepper. AboriganalTourism - Native Cuisine Yield: 1 servings

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PUMPKIN SOUP - NATIVE

2 1/2 500 10 1 5 1 10 125 30 15 5 10

lb ml ml gm gm ml gm ml ml ml

pumpkins water (2 tsp) goose fat onion (1 tsp) wild garlic bay leaf (1 tbsp) thyme (1/2 cup) 15% cream (1 oz.) non-salted butter (1 tbsp) clover honey (1 tsp) salt (1 tsp) pepper

Melt in a small quantity of goose or pork fat, sliced onion with clove of garlic, bay leaf, thyme and add chunks of medium size pumpkin. Add salt and pepper. Cover with cold water and bring to boiling point. Let simmer at low heat for one hour. Mix with blender, adding cream, butter and honey. Raise temperature without boiling and let simmer a few minutes. Check and correct seasoning with salt and pepper. AboriganalTourism - Native Cuisine Uncle Dirty Dave's Archives From: Dave Drum Yield: 4 servings Date: 10-19-03

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PUMPKIN SOUP II
By: FamilyFun Magazine 2 1 2 1 1/4 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1 medium large cups cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup pumpkins (for recipe) pumpkin (for tureen) chicken broth water maple syrup cinnamon nutmeg salt ginger half and half toasted pumpkin seeds, optional Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Cut the 2 medium pumpkins in half, scoop out the seeds, and place skin-side down on a baking sheet. Bake for 35 to 45 minutes, or until soft. Scoop out the pumpkin flesh into food processor and puree until smooth. Pour pureed pumpkin into a saucepan and add the chicken broth, water, maple syrup and spices. Bring to a boil, then reduce to a simmer and cook for 30 minutes. Meanwhile, cut the top off the large pumpkin to create the soup tureen. The hole should be wide enough to fit a ladle. Hollow out the seeds, checking for holes and lining with plastic, if necessary. Remove the soup from heat and stir in the half and half. Pour the soup into the pumpkin tureen and serve garnished with toasted pumpkin seeds.

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PUMPKIN SOUP SERVED IN INDIVIDUAL ROASTED PUMPKINS
By: M.S. Milliken & S. Feniger 6 1 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/4 2 1/2 3/4 2 1 2 4 1 6 1/2 small (6 to 7 inch medium teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoons teaspoon tablespoons tablespoon large cloves yukon cups cup unblemished pumpkins pumpkin (10 to 11 inches in diamete; r) ground cinnamon ground cumin ground nutmeg ground allspice cloves salt freshlyground black pepper butter olive oil onions, chopped garlic, minced or pureed gold potato, peeled and diced chicken or vegetable stock cream, creme fraiche or sour cream

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Prepare the small pumpkins as though you were making jackolanterns, cutting off and reserving top, scooping out seeds and reserving, but stopping short of carving the face. Set aside. Repeat preparation with the medium pumpkin, then cut it into wedges along its natural grooves. Peel each wedge with a sharp swivel peeler. Cut flesh into 2-inch chunks and set aside. In a small bowl combine ground spices with 1/2 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper. Sprinkle this mixture into pumpkin cavities, dividing evenly. Cut 1 tablespoon butter into bits and divide between pumpkins. Replace pumpkin tops and place pumpkins in a shallow roasting pan. Roast 30 to 40 minutes until tender when pierced with a knife but still intact. Remove from oven and set aside. While pumpkins are roasting, prepare the soup: Heat remaining butter along with olive oil over mediumhigh heat in large pot or Dutch oven until foamy. Add onions and remaining salt and pepper and cook 5 minutes until softened and begin to color. Add garlic and cook 1 minute to release flavor. Add diced potato, chunked pumpkin flesh and stock and bring to a simmer. Reduce heat and simmer 30 minutes until potatoes and pumpkin are completely soft. Pass soup through a food mill fitted with the fine blade into a clean pot. Whisk in cream, taste and adjust seasoning and set aside. Roasted pumpkins and soup should be done at about the same time. To serve, remove tops from pumpkins and use a melon baller to scoop balls of pumpkin flesh, leaving them in their respective pumpkins. Carefully ladle soup into each pumpkin, filling about 2/3 full. Replace pumpkin tops, place each pumpkin on a plate, and serve.

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PUMPKIN SOUP SERVED IN INDIVIDUAL ROASTED PUMPKINS

6 1 1 1 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/4 2 1/2 3/4 2 1 2 4 1 1 1 6 1/2 1

small medium teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon large

(6 to 7 inches in diameter) unblemished pumpkins pumpkin (10 to 11 inches in diameter) ground cinnamon ground cumin ground nutmeg ground allspice cloves salt freshlyground black pepper butter olive oil onions, chopped cloves garlic, minced or pureed yukon gold potato, peeled and diced

cup cup

chicken or vegetable stock cream, creme fraiche or sour cream

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Prepare the small pumpkins as though you were making jackolanterns, cutting off and reserving top, scooping out seeds and reserving, but stopping short of carving the face. Set aside. Repeat preparation with the medium pumpkin, then cut it into wedges along its natural grooves. Peel each wedge with a sharp swivel peeler. Cut flesh into 2-inch chunks and set aside. In a small bowl combine ground spices with 1/2 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper. Sprinkle this mixture into pumpkin cavities, dividing evenly. Cut 1 tablespoon butter into bits and divide between pumpkins. Replace pumpkin tops and place pumpkins in a shallow roasting pan. Roast 30 to 40 minutes until tender when pierced with a knife but still intact. Remove from oven and set aside. While pumpkins are roasting, prepare the soup: Heat remaining butter along with olive oil over mediumhigh heat in large pot or Dutch oven until foamy. Add onions and remaining salt and pepper and cook 5 minutes until softened and begin to color. Add garlic and cook 1 minute to release flavor. Add diced potato, chunked pumpkin flesh and stock and bring to a simmer. Reduce heat and simmer 30 minutes until potatoes and pumpkin are completely soft. Pass soup through a food mill fitted with the fine blade into a clean pot. Whisk in cream, taste and adjust seasoning and set aside. Roasted pumpkins and soup should be done at about the same time. To serve, remove tops from pumpkins and use a melon baller to scoop balls of pumpkin flesh, leaving them in their respective pumpkins. Carefully ladle soup into each pumpkin, filling about 2/3 full. Replace pumpkin tops, place each pumpkin on a plate, and serve. c.1996, M.S. Milliken & S. Feniger, all rights reserved

Page 647 From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.Cdate: Mon, 6 Oct 2003 19:47:07 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

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PUMPKIN SOUP W/ MEXICAN CINNAMON CREME FRAICHE, TOASTED P

3 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 7 1 1/2 1 1/4 1 1/4 1/4 1/4 2 2 3/4 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1/4 1 1 1/4 1 1 10 2 1 1

tablespoon large

unsalted butter onion, coarsely chopped cloves garlic, coarsely chopped

large

carrot, peeled and coarsely chopped stocks celery, coarsely chopped

cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon cup

vegetable stock, or water pumpkin puree (not flavored pie filling) ground mexican cinnamon, plus 1 teaspoon (canella) allspice ground ginger freshly grated nutmeg honey chipotle puree creme fraiche or sour cream salt and freshly ground pepper garnish: 1/2 cup toasted pumpkin seeds spinach, pear and pancetta salad:

oz small cup teaspoon teaspoon cup

pancetta, medium dice shallot, minced sherry vinegar dijon mustard finely chopped fresh thyme olive oil salt and freshly ground pepper

oz

fresh spinach leaves bosc pears, halved, cored and thinly sliced

small

red onion, finely sliced

Pumpkin Soup with Mexican Cinnamon Creme Fraiche and Toasted Pumpkin Seeds Heat the butter in a medium stockpot over medium heat. Add the onions, garlic, carrots and celery and cook until soft. Add the water and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 20 to 30 minutes. Strain the stock into a clean medium saucepan and whisk in the pumpkin puree until smooth. Bring to a simmer and add the 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon, spices, honey and chipotle. Cook for 15 to 20 minutes. Add water, if the soup is too thick. Remove from the heat and whisk in 1/4 cup of the creme fraiche and season with salt and pepper to taste. Mix together the remaining creme fraiche and remaining 1 teaspoon cinnamon until combined. Divide the soup among 4 bowls and garnish with the cinnamon creme fraiche and a handful of pumpkin seeds.

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Yield: 4 servings from: Bobby Flay From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.Cdate: Mon, 6 Oct 2003 19:47:07 ~0400 Yield: 4 servings

PUMPKIN SOUP WITH FRESH CRANBERRIES
By: Aunt Colleen's recipe book (Chickasaw and Cherokee) soup 1 1 2 1/2 1/3 1/3 1/4 1/2 1 1/4 tablespoon pound cups cup cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon olive oil cubed, peeled and seeded pumpkin pulp or 2 cups canned solid-pack pu; mpkin peeled, cored and diced quince or t; art green apples cranberries chopped onion chopped celery chopped carrot minced peeled fresh ginger salt pepper pinch of ground cinnamon pinch of ground nutmeg 2-1/2 1 1/2 2 1 1 1 cups cup (or more) cup tablespoons tablespoon tablespoon cup water cranberry juice cocktail cranberries cranberries water sugar honey plain nonfat or low-fat yogurt

For Soup: Heat olive oil in heavy large saucepan over medium-low heat. Add fresh pumpkin, if using, and next 6 ingredients, and cook until onion is tender, stirring occasionally, about 15 minutes. Mix in salt, pepper, cinnamon and nutmeg. Add water and 1 cup cranberry juice and bring to a boil. Reduce heat, cover and simmer until vegetables are very tender, stirring occasionally, approximately 20 minutes. For Cranberries: Meanwhile, cook cranberries, water and sugar in heavy saucepan over medium heat until cranberries pop, about 4 minutes. Transfer soup to blender or processor. Add canned pumpkin, if using, and puree. If not completely smooth, work through fine strainer set over bowl. Add more cranberry juice if thinner consistency is desired. Stir in honey. Adjust seasoning with salt and pepper. (Can be prepared 1 day ahead. Cool. Cover soup and cranberries separately and chill. Reheat before serving.) Ladle soup into bowls. Spoon 1 tablespoon yogurt into each. Top with cranberries and serve.

Yield: 4 servings

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PUMPKIN SOUP WITH MEXICAN CINNAMON CREME FRAICHE AND TOASTED
By: Bobby Flay 3 1 2 1 2 7 1 1/2 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 2 2 3/4 tablespoons large cloves large stocks cups cups teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoons teaspoons cup unsalted butter onion, coarsely chopped garlic, coarsely chopped carrot, peeled and coarsely chopped celery, coarsely chopped vegetable stock, or water pumpkin puree (not flavored pie fil; ling) ground mexican cinnamon, plus 1 tea; spoon (canella) allspice ground ginger freshly grated nutmeg honey chipotle puree creme fraiche or sour cream salt and freshly ground pepper garnish: 1/2 cup toasted pumpkin se; eds spinach, pear and pancetta salad: 4 1 1/4 1 1 1/4 10 2 1 ounces small cup teaspoon teaspoon cup ounces bosc small pancetta, medium dice shallot, minced sherry vinegar dijon mustard finely chopped fresh thyme olive oil salt and freshly ground pepper fresh spinach leaves pears, halved, cored and thinly sli; ced red onion, finely sliced

Heat the butter in a medium stockpot over medium heat. Add the onions, garlic, carrots and celery and cook until soft. Add the water and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 20 to 30 minutes. Strain the stock into a clean medium saucepan and whisk in the pumpkin puree until smooth. Bring to a simmer and add the 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon, spices, honey and chipotle. Cook for 15 to 20 minutes. Add water, if the soup is too thick. Remove from the heat and whisk in 1/4 cup of the creme fraiche and season with salt and pepper to taste. Mix together the remaining creme fraiche and remaining 1 teaspoon cinnamon until combined. Divide the soup among 4 bowls and garnish with the cinnamon creme fraiche and a handful of pumpkin seeds. Yield: 4 servings

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PUMPKIN SOUP WITH SAGE AND HAM
By: Jim Weller 3 1 1 1 1/2 2 1/3 1 4 3 1/2 2 1/2 1 1/2 1/4 1/2 rib granny c c tb allspice c c ts ts lb tb butter onion; chopped carrot; chopped of celery; chopped smith apple peeled, cored, diced canned pumpkin puree dry white wine dried sage berries; crushed water chicken broth or stock salt fresh ground black pepper ham; cooked, diced

In a large pot, melt the butter over moderate heat. Add the carrot and sweat about 5 minutes. Add the celery and cook 2 minutes. Add the onion and cook 2 minutes. Add the apple and cook the mixture 2 minutes longer. Stir occasionally. Stir in the pumpkin puree, wine, sage, and allspice. Add the water, broth, salt, and pepper and bring to a simmer. Reduce the heat and simmer, covered, for 10 minutes. Add the ham and simmer, uncovered, about 5 minutes longer. Yield: 8 servings

QUAIL BAKED IN MUSHROOM SAUCE

4 1/4 3 1 1 1 1/2 1 1) can can cup cup tablespoon can

quail [split] flour oil (3 or 4 oz) mushrooms [drained] cream of mushroom soup (soup can) white wine sour cream

Rinse the birds and pat dry inside and out. Season salt and Arrange in a shallow baking dish. Combine

pepper to taste, then coat with flour. Brown on both sides in a skillet in oil... 2) the remaining ingredients, mixing well and pour over the birds... 3) Bake in a 350ø oven for 1 hour, and serve... Source: "Bill Saiff's Rod & Reel Recipes for Hookin' & Cookin'" cookbook re-typed for you with permission by Fred Goslin in Watertown NY on Cyberealm Bbs. home of KookNet at (315) 786-1120 Yield: 4 servings

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QUAIL IN MUSHROOM GRAVY

3/4 1 1/2 6 1/2 1/2 2 2 1 1 1

cup teaspoon teaspoon cup lb cup teaspoon teaspoon

flour, divided salt pepper quail ( 1/3 to 1/2 lb each) butter/margarine fresh mushrooms, sliced chicken broth minced fresh thyme or 3/4 dried thyme hot cooked noodles (optional)

Combine 1/2 cup flour, salt and pepper; coat each quail. Melt butter in a skillet; brown te quail. Transfer to an ungreased 2 1/2 qt. baking dish. In the pan drippings, saute the mushrooms until tender. Add remaining flour and stir to make a smooth paste. Add broth and thyme, stirring constantly. Bring to a boil; boil for 1 minute or until thickened. Pour over the quail. Cover and bake at 350 for 40 to 50 minutes or until tender and juices run clear. Serve over noodles if desired. Yield: 6 Taste of Home Dec/Jan '95 From: Marie Culver Yield: 1 servings

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QUAIL IN WHITE WINE

4 3/4 1 3 1 1 3/4 1/2 1 cup cup dash tablespoon can cup

quail, about 3/4 lb. each melted butter salt, pepper flour condensed chicken broth (10-1/2 ounces) water sauternes cayenne

Split quail down center breast and open flat. Brush lightly with some of the melted butter. Sprinkle on both sides with salt and pepper. Broil quail 15 to 20 minutes or until golden brown on both sides. Pour remaining butter into a skillet. Stir in flour. Gradually stir in chicken broth, water, and Sauternes. Cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until sauce bubbles and thickens. Add cayenne and broiled quail. Simmer, covered, 15 to 20 minutes or until quail are tender. Adaption from recipe by Paul Blange, Brennan's (New Orleans) Campbell's Great Restaurants Cookbook, U.S.A. Electronic format courtesy of Karen Mintzias Submitted By KM@SALATA.COM (KAREN MINTZIAS) On 23 NOV 95 232154 -0800 Yield: 4 servings

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QUAIL MAGNIFICENT

6 1/2 1/2 1/3 1 2 1/2 1/4 1/2 1 1 1 4 2 1/4 2 1/2 cup lb cup teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon centiliter teaspoon medium teaspoon teaspoon cup

quail; cleaned salt pepper all-purpose flour vegetable oil chicken broth ground cinnamon poultry seasoning plus 1 tsp molasses garlic; pressed lemon juice carrots; cut into 2-inch pieces stalks celery; cut into 2 pieces fresh mushrooms green onions dry sherry

Sprinkle quail with salt and pepper; dredge in flour. Brown quail on both sides in hot oil in a large, heavy skillet. Remove quail, and drain off oil; return quail to skillet. Combine next 6 ingredients, mixing well; pour over quail. Reduce heat; cover, and cook 30 minutes. Add remaining ingredients; cover and cook 30 additional minutes. Yield: 3 servings. Recipe from October, 1982 "Southern Living" Typos by Jeff Pruett Yield: 3 servings

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QUAIL WITH WHITE GRAPES

4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1/3 1/3 1/3 1 1/4 2 1) cup cup cup cup tablespoon cup tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon

quail lemon juice seasoned salt white pepper to taste flour butter white wine chicken broth lemon juice white grapes [seedless] toasted almonds [sliced]

Rinse the birds and pat dry inside and out, then drizzle with

1 tb lemon juice and sprinkle with seasonings Let stand for 1 hour then coat with flour... 2) Saut‚ in butter in a saucepan `til golden. Add wine and broth and remaining lemon juice, cover and simmer for 20 min. add the grapes and almonds and cook for 5 more min. or `til birds are tender... Source: "Bill Saiff's Rod & Reel Recipes for Hookin' & Cookin'" cookbook re-typed with permission for you by Fred Goslin in Watertown NY on Cyberealm Bbs. home of KookNet at (315) 786-1120 Yield: 2 servings

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QUINOA AND WILD RICE STUFFED SQUASH

10 1/2 1 2 2 5 1/4 1 1/2 2 1 1/2 2/3 1/3 1/3

to cup tablespoon onions (1 lb. tota cups cups cups tablespoons cups cup cup cup

12 sweet dumpling, carnival, or del; icata squash (about 3/4 l chopped pecans olive oil , chopped chopped celery vegetable broth wild rice, rinsed and drained chopped fresh sage leaves or 2 teas; poons dried rubbed sage quinoa, rinsed and drained chopped dried apricots chopped dried cherries chopped dried cranberries salt

Notes: Up to 1 day ahead, make grain stuffing and bake squash. Reheat grain mixture in a microwave oven at full power (100%) until steaming, 9 to 11 minutes; stir occasionally. Spoon hot filling into cold cooked squash and bake, covered, in a 350 [degrees] oven until interior of the squash is hot, about 35 minutes1. Rinse squash, pierce each with a fork several times, and set in a 10- by 15- inch pan. Add 3/4 cup water to pan and cover tightly with foil. 2. Bake in a 350 [degrees] oven until the squash are tender when pierced, 45 minutes to 1 hour. 3. Meanwhile, in a 4- to 5-quart pan, stir chopped pecans over medium heat until golden, about 5 minutes. Remove from pan. 4. Add olive oil, onions, and celery to the pan; stir over medium-high heat until the onions are limp, about 6 minutes. Add vegetable broth, wild rice, and sage. Bring to a boil over high heat. Cover, reduce heat, and simmer for 40 minutes. Stir in quinoa, cover, and simmer until both of the grains are tender to bite, 15 to 20 minutes longer. 5. Stir in apricots, cherries, cranberries, and pecans. Add salt to taste. Keep warm until squash are ready. 6. When the squash are cooked, hold with a thick towel to protect hands, and cut 1/2 to 3/4 inch off tops (or sides of Delicata) to form lids. Scoop out and discard seeds. If needed, trim a little off squash bases so they sit steady and level. 7. Mound grain stuffing into squash cavities. Set squash lids on filling and serve, adding salt to taste. Yield: 10 to 12 servin

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QUINOA WITH MOROCCAN WINTER SQUASH AND CARROT STEW
By: Bon Appétit January 2006 Bruce Aidells and Nancy Oakes stew 2 1 3 2 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1 2 3 2 1 1 1 1/2 1/4 2 1/2 1/2 2 1/2 2 tablespoons cup garlic teaspoons teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoons cups cups cup tablespoon tablespoon cup cup garlic teaspoon teaspoon cups cup teaspoons olive oil chopped onion cloves, chopped hungarian sweet paprika salt ground black pepper ground coriander ground cumin turmeric ground ginger cayenne pepper pinch of saffron water can diced tomatoes, drained fresh lemon juice 1-inch cubes peeled butternut squas; h (from 1 1/2-pound squas 3/4-inch cubes peeled carrots quinoa quinoa* butter olive oil finely chopped onion finely chopped peeled carrot cloves, minced salt turmeric water chopped fresh cilantro, divided chopped fresh mint, divided 1 14 1/2 -ounce

A gorgeous, satisfying vegetarian main course that's easy to make. Quinoa requires no pre-soaking, so it's as simple to do as rice. For stew: Heat oil in large saucepan over medium heat. Add onion; sauté until soft, stirring often, about 5 minutes. Add garlic; stir 1 minute. Mix in paprika and next 8 ingredients. Add 1 cup water, tomatoes, and lemon juice. Bring to boil. Add squash and carrots. Cover and simmer over medium-low heat until vegetables are tender, stirring occasionally, about 20 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. (Can be prepared 1 day ahead. Cover and chill.) For quinoa: Rinse quinoa; drain. Melt butter with oil in large saucepan over medium heat. Add onion and carrot. Cover; cook until vegetables begin to brown, stirring often, about 10 minutes. Add garlic, salt, and turmeric; sauté 1 minute. Add quinoa; stir 1 minute. Add 2 cups water. Bring to boil; reduce heat to medium-low. Cover; simmer until liquid is absorbed and quinoa is tender, about 15 minutes.

Page 659 Rewarm stew. Stir in half of cilantro and half of mint. Spoon quinoa onto platter, forming well in center. Spoon stew into well. Sprinkle remaining herbs over. *A grain with a delicate flavor and a texture similar to couscous; available at natural foods stores. Yield: 4 to 6 servings

RABBIT (OR CHICKEN) JAMBALAYA

1 2 1 1 4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1 1/2 1/4 1/4 1 1 1/2 1 2/3 3/4 2 3 teaspoon cup cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon cup cup cup

seasoning: whole bay leaves salt white pepper margarine finely chopped onions finely chopped celery finely chopped green peppers garlic powder ground red pepper black pepper ground red sandalwood (opt) main ingredients: (about 3-lb) rabbit or chicken tabasco sauce chopped tasso or smoked ham canned tomato sauce uncooked rice, preferrably converte; d rabbit or chicken stock

Cut meat away from rabbit or chicken bones and chop into 1/4-inch pieces; use scraps, bones, and giblets (excluding the liver) to make the stock. Refrigerate meat until ready to use. Combine the seasoning mix ingredients in a small bowl and set aside. Melt the margarine in a 4-quart saucepan. Add 3/4 cup each of the onions, celery, and bell peppers, then stir in the seasoning mix, Tabasco, and tasso. Cook over high heat until onions are dark brown, about 20 minutes, stirring constantly. Add the remaining 3/4 cup each of onions, celery, and bell peppers. Cook about 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add the tomato sauce and simmer about 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Add the rabbit and cook over high heat for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally. Stir in the rice, mixing well. Reduce heat and simmer for about 12 minutes. Add the stock. Bring the mixture to a boil; reduce heat and simmer covered over very low heat until rice is tender but still firm, about 15 minutes. To serve, mold rice in an 8-ounce cup. Place 2 cups on each serving plate for a main course or 1 cup for an appetizer. Makes 4 main-dish or 8 appetizer servings. Source unknown.

Page 660 From: Neysa Dormish Yield: 1 servings Date: 03-24-96

RABBIT CAKE (HASEN KUCKA)

1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 cup tablespoon

rabbit potato filling recipe broth ** flour salt & pepper

** "Use broth in which rabbit is cooked". The recipe didn't specify, but I assume that the rabbit is to be boiled. Yield: 1 servings

Page 661

RABBIT COQ AU VIN

8 1 2 1 2 12 1 1 1 1/4 2 1 2 3 2 2 1 cup cup tablespoon tablespoon cup tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon oz pint lb cup

rabbit thighs, skin on salt & fresh black pepper plus 2 tablespoons flour egg milk bacon, chopped pearl onions, peeled domestic cap mushrooms, thinly sliced chopped shallots chopped garlic chopped fresh thyme bay leaves fruity riesling wine brown chicken stock butter finely chopped parsley

Season the rabbit with salt and pepper. In a shallow pan, add 2 cups of the flour. Season with salt and pepper. In another shallow bowl, whisk the egg and milk together. Season with salt and pepper. Dredge the rabbit in the seasoned flour. Dip the rabbit in the egg wash, letting the excess drip off. Dredge the rabbit back in the seasoned flour, coating completely. In a large hot oven-proof skillet with a lid, render the bacon until crispy, about 6 to 8 minutes. Remove the crispy bacon from the pan and reserve. Lay the rabbit, skin side down in the hot bacon fat and brown the rabbit for 3 to 4 minutes on each side. Remove the rabbit from the pan and set aside. Add the onions to the bacon fat and saute for 2 minutes. Add the mushrooms, shallots, and garlic. Saute for 2 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Add the thyme and bay leaves. Add the rabbit to the vegetable mixture. Add the wine and chicken stock. Bring the liquid up to a simmer and cover. Cook the rabbit until very tender about 30 to 35 minutes, skimming off the fat. Remove the rabbit pieces from the pan and set aside.

Page 662 Blend the remaining flour and butter together into a smooth paste (beurre manie). Whisk the paste into hot liquid. Bring the liquid to a simmer and cook for 3 to 4 minutes. Add the rabbit back to the pan and continue to cook for 5 minutes. Stir in the parsley. Season with salt and pepper if needed. Serve the Coq Au Vin in individual bowls with crusty bread. Garnish with the reserved crispy bacon. Yield: 4 servings SOURCE: Emeril Live! Cooking Show Copyright 1998, TV FOOD NETWORK; SHOW #EMIB72 - COOKING WITH GAME MM Format by Dave Drum 12 January 2000 FROM: Uncle Dirty Dave's Kitchen M's note: this really is a fairly nice recipe, although I wouldn't call it coq au vin (cuisses de lapin au vin perhaps) and probably wouldn't thicken the sauce as much. And would certainly not use milk. And would leave the bacon in to get nice and soft, none of this crispy nonsense. From: Michael Loo Yield: 4 servings Date: 05 Dec 02

Page 663

RABBIT CURRY

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/2 1 2 2 cup teaspoon cup cup tablespoon

ingredients: stick of butter or margarine. melted onion, chopped chicken broth curry powder young rabbits, cut into pieces flour tart apple, chopped sour cream orange peel, grated

DIRECTIONS: Brush rabbit pieces with melted butter. Dredge in flour. Salt and pepper pieces. Bake on rack, turning at least one, until rabbit is tender. Cool and debone rabbit. Saute onion and apple in remaining butter or margarine. Add 1/4 cup of flour. Stirring until lumps are smoothed out. At chicken broth and sour cream slowly, stirring constantly. Simmer over well heat until blended. Add lemon peel, curry powder, deboned rabbit and heat thoroughly. Serve over rice. Posted 10-07-93 by BOB EMERT on I-Cuisine From the recipe files of Sylvia Steiger, GEnie THE.STEIGERS, CI$ 71511,2253, Internet sylvia.steiger@lunatic.com, moderator of GT Cookbook and PlanoNet Lowfat & Luscious echoes From: Jr Byers Yield: 6 servings Date: 02-26-96

Page 664

RABBIT IN BRANDIED WINE SAUCE

1 1 1/4 1/4 1/4 1 1 3/4 3/4 1 1/2 2 2 1 10 2 2 1 1

large lb cup cup centiliter cup cup cup oz teaspoon teaspoon slice

or 2 small rabbit[s] seasoned flour, for dredging diced salt pork shallots; chopped or onion; chopped plus garlic; minced mushrooms, sliced chicken stock dry red wine brandy butter flour, opt'l ----IN A SPICE BAG---lemon rind peppercorns parsley sprigs ribs leafy celery bay leaf dried chile pepper; opt'l

Skin, clean, cut into pieces and dredge the rabbit[s] in flour. In a skillet render the salt pork and saute the shallots and mushrooms 5 min. If you don't have shallots, substitute mild onion plus a small clove of garlic. Remove and reserve the mushroom mixture. Saute the rabbit pieces until browned. Add the stock, wine and spice bag and simmer until tender, about 2 hours. Remove the spice bag and add the mushroom mixture 10 minutes before serving. Just before serving stir in a jigger of brandy and a swirl of butter. The gravy can optionally be thickened with a slurry of flour and water. Or the flour and butter can be made into a roux and added. Jim Weller Yield: 7 servings

Page 665

RABBIT IN WHITE WINE

1 3 1 1 2 1/4 1/4 1 2 1/2 1/4 1 teaspoon teaspoon cup tablespoon cup cup tablespoon

lg. rabbit cut in pieces butter onion, sliced carrot, sliced celery stalks, diced thyme marjoram chicken bouillon vinegar dry white wine sour cream salt & pepper

In 2-qt casserole, micro butter 1 minute on high to melt. Stir in onion, carrot and celery to coat. Micro on high 2 minutes. In separate bowl, thoroughly mix salt, pepper, thyme, marjoram, bouillon, vinegar and wine. Place rabbit pieces on top of vegetable mixture. Pour wine/seasoning mixture over both. Cover and micro on high 5 minutes. Micro on bake or 60 percent for 7 minutes. Stir. Micro on bake 5 minutes more. Stir in sour cream. Micro on bake for 5 minutes to complete. Serve over buttered noodles. Source: N.A.H.C. Wild Game Cookbook Author: Paula Del Giudice Yield: 2 servings

Page 666

RABBIT ROASTED WITH SWEET FENNEL

5 2 1 1 1/2 1/2 1/4 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1/2 1 1/4 3/4 1/2 cup cup cup teaspoon oz large teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

cloves garlic, peeled inch sprig fresh rosemary or dried salt freshly ground black pepper bulbs fresh fennel, cored, cut into 1 1/2-inch wedges onion, cut into 1 1/2-inch wedges pancetta (unsmoked italian bacon), minced fennel seed, coarsely ground coarsely chopped fennel tops extra-virgin olive oil vegetable broth low-sodium chicken stock

1. The night before cooking, rinse and dry the rabbit pieces. Use a mortar and pestle or a knife on a cutting board to make a paste of 2 garlic cloves, the rosemary, salt and pepper. Rub the paste over the rabbit pieces. Put them on a plate, cover lightly with plastic wrap and refrigerate. 2. Heat the oven to 350 degrees. Have ready a shallow roasting pan large enough to hold the rabbit in a single layer, with space for the vegetables. Arrange the rabbit pieces in the pan. Dab the rabbit pieces with any seasoning rub that may have been left on the plate. Scatter the fennel, onion, pancetta, remaining 2 cloves garlic, fennel seed and half the fennel tops over the rabbit. Sprinkle with the olive oil and a bit of salt and pepper. Roast 30 minutes, basting often with the pan juices. Pour in 1/2 the broth and roast another 1 hour. Baste often, turning the pieces occasionally. Add a little water to the pan if the pan is dry. 3. Increase the heat to 450 degrees, cook until the rabbit is golden brown, about 10 minutes. Turn the rabbit and vegetable pieces and roast until golden on the other side, basting once with the pan juices, about 10 minutes. 4. Transfer the rabbit and vegetables to a heated platter and keep them warm in the turned off oven with the door open. Quickly make a pan sauce by setting the roasting pan over two stove burners turned to high. Add remaining 1/4 cup broth and the stock. Scrape up the brown glaze from the bottom of the roasting pan as the liquids boil down by about half, 3 to 5 minutes. Scatter the remaining fennel leaves over the rabbit. Pass the sauce with the rabbit at the table. From: japlady@nwu.edu (Rebecca Radnor) Adapted by Patti Vincent Yield: 4 servings

Page 667

RABBIT SAUSAGE

1 4 1/4 1/4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/2 1 2 1 1 3/4 1 3 1 2 1 1

lb cup cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon cup oz

rabbit flesh bacon slices rabbit liver onions -- pared & diced garlic -- pared & minced sage -- chopped rosemary -- chopped thyme -- chopped parsley -- chopped salt sugar pepper sherry hazelnut oil heavy cream egg rabbit flesh, seared -coarsely chopped feet hog casing chicken bouillon -- as needed

Place rabbit, bacon, liver and onions in meat grinder; grind through medium die. Add herbs and seasonings, sherry and oil; combine. Cover; marinate for 3 hours at 45 degrees F. Place three-fourths of mixture into food processor; process until ball forms, about 20 seconds. Add eggs; process. With processor running, slowly add cream. Transfer to bowl; add remaining ground mixture and seared rabbit. Mix well. Using pastry bag, pipe mixture into casing. Tie into 4-in.-long segments; hang for 1 hour. Heat bouillon to 160 degrees F; add sausage. Poach until sausage reaches internal temperature of 125 degrees F, about 20 to 25 minutes. Remove sausage; let cool. Grill until brown; let cool. Cut in half, slicing on bias. Serves 6. Recipe By : "Jessica A. Walton" <ryanja@WKUVX1.WKU.EDU>

Yield: 6 servings

Page 668

RABBIT STEW

3 1 1/4 1/2 2 1/4 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup cup cup

rabbits cut into pieces flour olive oil onions, chopped garlic clove, minced wine, sherry, dry chicken broth game marinade, strained thyme sage cayenne pepper parsley, minced salt & pepper to taste

Dust pieces in flour and shake off excess. Brown in olive oil on all sides in a large black iron pot (My prejudice). Remove and keep warm. Add onions and garlic to same oil; cook until clear, not brown. Drain off excess oil and replace rabbit. Pour on sherry. Add broth and strained marinade. Bring to boil then reduce heat to simmer, covered, for 1 to 1-1/2 hours. Submitted By BOB EMERT On THU, 10-07-93 (13:19) Yield: 1 servings

RABBIT STEW #1

3 1 1/4 1/2 2 1/4 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup cup cup

rabbits cut into pieces flour olive oil onions, chopped garlic clove, minced wine, sherry, dry chicken broth game marinade, strained thyme sage cayenne pepper parsley, minced salt & pepper to taste

Dust pieces in flour and shake off excess. Brown in olive oil on all sides in a large black iron pot (My prejudice). Remove and keep warm. Add onions and garlic to same oil; cook until clear, not brown. Drain off excess oil and replace rabbit. Pour on sherry. Add broth and strained marinade. Bring to boil then reduce heat to simmer, covered, for 1 to 1-1/2 hours. Yield: 1 servings

Page 669

RABBIT STEW > TL BRIT

1/3 2 1 3 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 5 2 6 1/4 1/2 6 1 1 1/2 1 2 2 1/2 3

cup tablespoon large large teaspoon teaspoon lb tablespoon slice cup cup small cup teaspoon teaspoon small cup tablespoon

dry white wine olive oil onion: sliced 1/8 thick juniper berries; crushed bay leaf crumbled dry rosemary salt freshly ground pepper fresh or frozen rabbit cut into 2 s; quares flour lean bacon; chopped shallots; finely chopped celery; coarsely chopped carrots; scraped and coarsely chopped chicken stock thyme; dried parsley; finely chopped bay leaves port red currant jelly

NOTES : Surprisingly, Time Life did not provide an oven setting for this recipe. I would imagine that the usual 350 F. would be fine. This recipe is traditionally accompanied by Forcemeat Balls. Combine the wine, olive oil, sliced onion, juniper berries, bay leaf, rosemary, 1/2 teaspoon of the salt and a few gringings of black pepper in a large bowl. Wash the rabbit under cold running water, pat it thoroughly dry with paper towels and place it in the bowl. turn the pieces about with a spoon until thoroughly coated with the marinade, cover the bowl and marinate the rabbit for at least 6 hours at room temperature or 12 hours in the refridgerator. In either case, turn the peices about in the marinade occasionally to keep them well moistened. Drain the rabbit in a colander set over a bowl. Reserve the liquid, but discard the onion and the herbs. pat the pieces of rabbit completely dry with paper towels, then coat them with the flour, shaking each piece vigorously to remove the excess. In a heavy 5 qrt flameproof casserole, cook the bacon over moderate heat, stirring occasionally, until crisp and brown. With a slotted spoon, transfer the bacon to paper towels to drain. Add the rabbit to the fat remaining in the casserole and brown it (in two batches, if necessary ) turning the piece s with tongs and regulating the heat so that the rabbit colors quickly and evenly on all sides without burning. As the pieces brown transfer them from the casserole to a plate. Pour off all but 2 tablespoons of fat from casserole, add the shallots, celery and carrots, and cook for 5 minutes, or until the

Page 670 vegetables are soft but not brown. Pour in the reserved marinade and the chicken stock and bring to a boil over high heat, meanwhile scraping in any brown particles clinging to the bottom and sides of the casserole. Add the thyme, parsley, bay leaves, teaspoon of salt and a few grindings of pepper, and return the rabbit and bacon to the casserole. Cover tightly and bake in the middle of the oven for 1 hour. Stir in the port and the currant jelly, cover again, and bake for 30 minutes longer or until the rabbit is tender but not falling apart. (If you are substituting small rabbits they may cook much faster. Watch carefully that they do not overcook.) Taste and correct seasoning. Serve the rabbit directly from the casserole. It may be accompanied by forcemeat balls. Per serving (excluding unknown items ): 856 Calories; 73g Fat (76% calories from fat ); 9g Protein; 44g Carbohydrate; 0mg Cholesterol; 1164 mg Sodium Source: Cooking Of The British Isles Time Life From: Dianne Weinsaft <dee@ncsi.Net> Yield: 6 serves

RABBIT STEW AND FATBACK

1 1/4 2 4 1 2 1 1/2 2 1/2 3 lb cup cup cup cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon

rabbit, dressed salt pork water, cold potatoes, cubed tomatoes carrots, sliced celery, diced onion, chopped salt pepper flour

Cut rabbit into serving pieces. Put into covered pan with salt pork (fatback) and 1-1/2 cups water. Boil slowly 1-1/2 hours or until tender. Drain, reserve broth. Remove meat from bones and cut into 2 inch pieces. Combine meat, broth, potatoes, tomatoes, carrots, celery and onion in large covered pan. Bring to a boil and cook slowly for about 15 - 21 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Add seasonings and flour moistened with remaining 1/4 Cup cold water. Stir until broth thickens slightly. Suggestions: Try adding Blackeyed Peas instead of carrots. Source: Mississippi Outdoors Nov-Dec 87 Recipe date: 11/30/87 Yield: 1 servings

Page 671

RABBIT STEW AND FATBACK #2

1 1/4 2 4 1 2 1 1/2 2 1/2 3 lb cup cup cup cup cup cup teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon

rabbit, dressed salt pork water, cold potatoes, cubed tomatoes carrots, sliced celery, diced onion, chopped salt pepper flour

Cut rabbit into serving pieces. Put into covered pan with salt pork (fatback) and 1-1/2 cups water. Boil slowly 1-1/2 hours or until tender. Drain, reserve broth. Remove meat from bones and cut into 2 inch pieces. Combine meat, broth, potatoes, tomatoes, carrots, celery and onion in large covered pan. Bring to a boil and cook slowly for about 15 - 21 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Add seasonings and flour moistened with remaining 1/4 Cup cold water. Stir until broth thickens slightly. Suggestions: Try adding Blackeyed Peas instead of carrots. Yield: 1 servings

Page 672

RABBIT STEW IN WHITE WINE SAUCE (PRESSURE COO

4 1 1/2 1/2 1 1 1 1 2 3 1/2 1/4 1 1 1/4 1/4 1/4 2

teaspoon lb cup medium cup teaspoon medium cup cup pkg teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon

vegetable oil -- divided rabbit -- cut in pieces chopped onion clove garlic -- minced green bell pepper -- in 1 squares mushrooms -- sliced flour tomatoes -- blanch/peel/chop wihite wine water instant chicken broth and seasoning mix thyme salt pepper fresh parsley -- chopped

In a 4 quart pressure cooker, heat 1 T. oil. Add rabbit, a few pieces at a time, and cook until evenly browned on all sides. Set rabbit pieces aside. Add remaining teaspoon oil to cooker and heat. Add onion and garlic. Saute until onion is soft. Add green pepper and mushrooms and continue sauteing until pepper is tender-crisp. Sprinkle vegetable mixture with flour and cook, stirring constantly, for 2 minutes longer. Stir in tomatoes and wine and bring to a boil. Add water, broth mix, thyme, salt, pepper and browned rabbit and stir to combine. Close cover securely. Place pressure regulator firmly on vent pipe and heat until regulator begins to rock gently. Cook at 15 pounds pressure for 15 minutes. Hold cooker under cold water to bring pressure down. Transfer rabbit to serving dish and cook sauce over High heat until slightly thickened, about 2 minutes. Pour over rabbit and sprinkle with parsley. Recipe By : Weight Watchers Fast & Fabulous Cookbook/R. Banghart

From: Terrance Date: 12-22-92 (05:37) Number: 2525 Fro Colossus Date: 12-22-92 (05:37) Numbe (125) Cook Yield: 4 servings

Page 673

RABBIT STEW WITH APRICOTS

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 pkg

marinade: red wine red wine vinegar several garlic cloves rabbit stock from the bones prepared rabbit bouquet garni dried apricots sauce: butter, garlic, reserved rabbit stock

Source: world class cuisine. Cover the boneless cut up rabbit meat with red wine and a few splashes of red wine vinegar and several whole garlic cloves. marinade for 12 hours along with the bouquet garni ( in a cheesecloth put some bay leaf, parsley, thyme , rosemary and peppercorns). Drain meat and pat dry. reserve marinade.Cover dried apricots with warm water and soak for 1 hour.Add drained apricots to the reserved marinade. Season rabbit meat to taste and saute in butter. Cover with the marinade and some reserved rabbit stock and simmer covered 40 minutes or until tender. Remove the bouquet garni.Remove the cooked rabbit meat from the pan and serve with a butter sauce. Make a butter sauce with the garlic from the marinade and a bit of rabbit stock and adding butter to finish the sauce and pour over rabbit. Yield: 4 servings

Page 674

RABBIT STEW WITH DUMPLINGS

1 2 1 3 2 15 3/4 2 1/2 1 1/2 cup cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon

rabbit coltsfoot salt cold water wild onions handsful mint to 20 arrowhead tubers flour baking ppowder salt egg condensed milk

Cut the skinned and cleaned rabbit into serving pieces. Place in the kettle and add cold water to cover. Pput the basket in the kettle and dropp in the red hot stones until the water boils. Keep water boiling slowly for an hour by changing the stones as they cool. Lift the rabbit pieces out of the liquid. Take the meat off the bones and return the meat to the kettle. Add salt, onions, mint, arrowhead and dandelions to the kettle and simmer for about 30 minutes. For dumplings, mix flour, baking powder and salt. Beat egg and milk together, add dry ingredients and stir just enough to moisten them. Dropp the dumppling mixture by the spoonful on the bubbling liquid and cook for another 15 minutes. Remove the basket of stones without disturbing the dumplings. Stew should sit for about 5 minutes before serving. See: ASSINIBOIN HOT STONE COOKING Source: "Indian Cookin'", compiled by Herb Walker, 1977 Yield: 1 recipe

Page 675

RABBIT STIFADO

3 1/2 4 1 1 3 2 2 1 1/2 1 14 1/2 1/8 1 1 3 1 1 1/2 2 1/4 1 1 1 1

lb

whole rabbit; separated into leg-thigh joints and 2 - loin pieces ; s&p

tablespoon medium centiliter cup cup oz teaspoon

olive oil red onions; sliced garlic; peeled and sliced cabernet sauvignon mavrodaphne; or ruby port can chicken broth ground allspice bay leaf; tied with cinnamon stick; and cloves; in a bundle of cheesecloth

cup teaspoon teaspoon

pearl onions, peeled butter sugar diced fresh tomatoes, for garnish (opt) fried onion rings, for garnish (opt)

Season rabbit. Coat the bottom of a large ovenproof casserole with 2 T oil. Place over medium-high heat, and brown rabbit on all sides, 8-10 min. Brown in batches if necessary; do not crowd pan. Remove rabbit to a platter. Add 1 T olive oil to the pan. Add red onions and 1 pn salt. Wilt over medium heat until onions begin to brown, about 4 min. Add garlic and stir. Add wines and stir, scraping bottom of pan. Raise heat to medium-high, and boil until liquid is reduced to about 1/4 c, 20-25 min. Preheat oven to 375F. Add rabbit to pan with juices. Add chicken broth, allspice, sachet, and black pepper to taste. Bring to boil, then remove from heat. Cover pan and place in oven. Let rabbit simmer for 40-60 min. Meanwhile, melt 1 t butter in a skillet and add the pearl onions. Sprinkle with sugar and saute, shaking pan or stirring, until onions are golden brown on all sides, 5-10 min. Set aside. When rabbit is done (the meat will give easily when pierced with a fork), remove it to a serving platter and keep it warm. Place pan on stove over medium heat, and add the onions. Bring the pan liquid to a boil and whisk in remaining teaspoon of butter. Check for seasoning. Ladle sauce over rabbit. Garnish, if desired, with diced fresh tomatoes and fried onion rings. Adapted from Jim Botsacos, Molyvos, Manhattan New York Times, 10-29-97

Page 676 From: Michael Loo Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 6 servings Date: 30 Oct 97 National

RABBIT WITH SAGE ITALIAN STYLE

1 4 2 1 1/2 1 1 1 1 2

large slice tablespoon cup

or 2 small rabbit[s] bacon garlic cloves, peeled dried sage vegetable oil salt and pepper to taste flour for dredging

teaspoon cup cup

balsamic vinegar dry white wine chicken stock

Skin, clean and cut the rabbit[s] into 7 pieces. Chop the bacon and the garlic very fine. Crumble and add the sage. Season the rabbit parts with salt and pepper and dredge them lightly in the flour. Heat the vegetable oil in a large casserole, add the rabbit and cook until browned, turning it once, about 3 minutes per side. Discard the oil from the casserole. Add the bacon mixture, and return to the heat, cooking 3 minutes and stirring occasionally. Add the Balsamic vinegar and white wine, and simmer 5 minutes. Add 1 cup of the stock, salt and pepper to taste, and cover the casserole. Simmer until the rabbit is tender, about one hour, stirring occasionally and adding the remaining stock gradually to keep the meat moist. Transfer the rabbit pieces to a large serving dish and pour the sauce over them. Older animals will require up to two hours of cooking. From: Jim Weller Date: 04-12-95 From: Helen Peagram Yield: 7 servings Date: 01 Feb 98

Page 677

RABBIT WITH WILD RICE

1 1 4 1 1/4 1 1 1 1/2 1/2 1 1/3 1 1 cup cup lb medium cup teaspoon teaspoon medium

(2-1/2 lb) fresh rabbit or frozen rabbit; thawed carrots butter or margarine pepper salt dried thyme leaves wild rice regular long-grain rice small mushrooms onion; chopped dry red wine chicken bouillon watercress sprigs; for garnish

About 2 hours before serving: With poultry or kitchen shears, cut rabbit into 12 pieces. Thinly slice 2 carrots. In 12-inch skillet over medium-high heat, in 2 tablespoons hot butter or margarine (1/4 stick), cook rabbit pieces, a few at a time, until well browned on all sides, removing pieces to plate as they brown. Sprinkle rabbit pieces with pepper, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and 1/8 teaspoon thyme. Meanwhile, rinse wild rice; drain. Place wild rice and long-grain rice in shallow 4-quart casserole. In same skillet over medium-high heat, in 2 tablespoons hot butter or margarine (1/4 stick), cook mushrooms, onion, and sliced carrots until lightly browned, stirring often. Add wine, bouillon, 2-2/3 cups water, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and 1/2 teaspoon thyme; over high heat, heat to boiling. Pour vegetable mixture over rice in casserole, stirring to mix. Pile rabbit pieces in center of rice mixture. Cover and bake in 350 degrees F. oven 1-1/4 hours or until rabbit and rice are tender, stirring rice mixture once. About 10 minutes before rabbit casserole is done, prepare carrot garnish: With vegetable peeler, shave remaining 2 carrots lengthwise into thin wide strips. In 10-inch skillet over medium-high heat, in 1 tablespoon hot butter or margarine, cook carrot strips until just tender, stirring constantly. To serve, garnish top of rabbit casserole with watercress sprigs and cooked carrot strips. Makes 4 main-dish servings. Source: Good Housekeeping, January 1987. Shared and MM by Judi M. Phelps. jphelps@slip.net or jphelps@best.com From: Judi Mae Phelps <jphelps@shell13. Yield: 4 servings

Page 678

RABBIT, ESCHALOT AND GARLIC STEW

2 1 3 1 125 1 24 60 1 3 3 2 5 1 1 3/4 1/2 2 1/2 1 1 cup cup tablespoon tablespoon large gm tablespoon

medium-size rabbits, cut into pieces on the bone olive oil or more if necessary smoked streaky bacon, chopped eschalots, peeled cloves garlic (about 5 heads), unpeeled chopped thyme chopped thyme leaves handfuls chopped parsley bay leaves salt and freshly ground pepper dry sherry to 3/4 bottle white wine chicken stock to serve: cooked new potatoes

Brown the rabbit pieces in a little of the olive oil in a large frying pan, adding more oil as necessary. In a heavy casserole with a lid, heat the remaining oil over low heat and fry the bacon and eschalots, for about 10 to 15 minutes. Add the browned rabbit pieces, whole garlic cloves, thyme, parsley, bay leaves, salt and pepper and mix well. Pour in the sherry, white wine and stock, making sure the rabbit is well covered with liquid. Add more if necessary. Cook, uncovered, for about 5 to 10 minutes, then cover the casserole and place in a preheated 150oC oven for 1.1/2 hours or until the meat is just falling off the bone. Serve the rabbit stew with new potatoes. Note: the garlic will taste delicious and sweet when squeezed out of the skin. Margot Clayton, The French House Dining Room, London Bon Appetit - Exec.Chef Magnus Johansson Source: Vogue March'94 Yield: 4 servings

Page 679

RABBIT, VEAL OR CHICKEN STEW WITH HERBS & BAR

2 2 1/2 1 4 6 3 3/4 3 2 1

oz lb lb oz cup tablespoon tablespoon

butter rabbit, stewing veal or chicken joi; nts leeks, thickly sliced cloves garlic, chopped finely pot barley water wine vinegar bay leaves salt pepper dried sage

Melt the butter in a heavy pan and fry the meat with the leeks and garlic till the vegetables are slightly softened and the meat lightly browned. Add the barley, water, vinegar, bay leaves and seasoning. bring the pot to the boil, cover it and simmer gently for 1 - 1 1/2 hours or till the meat is really tender and ready to fall from the bone. Add the sage and continue to cook for several minutes. Adjust the seasoning to taste and serve in bowls-- the barley will serve as a vegetable. Yield: 6 servings

RABBIT, VEAL OR CHICKEN STEW WITH HERBS & BARLEY

2 2 1/2 1 4 6 3 3/4 3 2 1

oz lb lb oz cup tablespoon tablespoon

butter rabbit, stewing veal or chicken joi; nts leeks, thickly sliced cloves garlic, chopped finely pot barley water wine vinegar bay leaves salt pepper dried sage

In 7th century England, herbs were one of the few flavourings available to cooks and were used heavily... Melt the butter in a heavy pan and fry the meat with the leeks and garlic till the vegetables are slightly softened and the meat lightly browned. Add the barley, water, vinegar, bay leaves and seasoning. bring the pot to the boil, cover it and simmer gently for 1 - 1 1/2 hours or till the meat is really tender and ready to fall from the bone. Add the sage and continue to cook for several minutes. Adjust the seasoning to taste and serve in bowls-- the barley will serve as a vegetable. Yield: 6 servings

Page 680

RABBIT, VEAL OR CHICKEN STEW WITH HERBS AND BARLEY

2 2 1/2 1 4 6 3 3/4 3 2 1

oz lb lb oz cup tablespoon tablespoon

butter rabbit, stewing veal or chicken joi; nts leeks, thickly sliced cloves garlic, chopped finely pot barley water wine vinegar bay leaves salt pepper dried sage

In 7th century England, herbs were one of the few flavourings available to cooks and were used heavily... Melt the butter in a heavy pan and fry the meat with the leeks and garlic till the vegetables are slightly softened and the meat lightly browned. Add the barley, water, vinegar, bay leaves and seasoning. bring the pot to the boil, cover it and simmer gently for 1 - 1 1/2 hours or till the meat is really tender and ready to fall from the bone. Add the sage and continue to cook for several minutes. Adjust the seasoning to taste and serve in bowls-- the barley will serve as a vegetable. Yield: 6 servings

Page 681

RACK OF VENISON WITH APPLE AND SZECHUAN PEPPERCORN SAUCE

3 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 1 1/2 1/4 1/2 2 1 1/2 3

tablespoon

vegetable oil whole 9 rib rack farm raised venison (??? udd) salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste

tablespoon

unsalted butter tart apples (such as granny smith), cored and sliced into eighths

cup cup cup tablespoon cup tablespoon

sugar balsamic vinegar dry red wine szechuan peppercorns, toasted and crushed game stock or chicken stock sweet butter

Heat the oil in a skillet over medium heat until hot. Season the venison with salt and pepper and sear for 2 to 3 minutes on all sides. Remove the venison from the skillet and place in a roasting pan. Pour off and discard the oil from the skillet. Over medium high heat, add 2 tablespoons butter to the skillet. When the foaming of the butter subsides, add the apples and saute until they begin to caramelize, about 3 to 4 minutes. Add the sugar and the vinegar and cook another 1 to 2 minutes to reduce the vinegar by half. Add the wine and Szechuan peppercorns, cook for 2 minutes before adding the stock. Return to a boil, and reduce the stock for another minute. Keep the sauce warm while the venison finishes cooking. When ready to serve swirl the butter into the sauce. Place the venison in a preheated 350 degree oven for 10 to 12 minutes, until it reaches an internal temperature of 125 to 130 degrees for medium rare. Remove from oven and let rest 5 minutes before slicing into chops. Serve two chops per person, with some of the apple peppercorn sauce ladled over each serving. Yield : 4 servings Michael Lomanaco SOURCE: Michael's Place Cooking Show Copyright 1997, TV FOOD NETWORK SHOW #ML1A25 From: Dave Drum Date: 11 May 97 National Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 1 servings

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RACOON STEW

1 1 1 2 2 1 16 2 16 10 2 3 1 1 1 1 1

medium pint pint quart lb pint oz large oz oz quart

racoon * baby limas white peas tomatoes potatoes whole kernel corn can of tomato paste onions can of tomatoe sauce package of frozen okra (opt) carrots, sliced. water worcheshire sauce soy sauce salt & pepper various seasonings to taste (will explain) **

* One racoon, medium to small, if available. The older ones can weigh from 25 to 30 pounds for a large one, and are rather tough. Care should be taken during the skinning process, as 'coons possess scent glands on their legs which can contaminate the meat with careless field care, much the same as venison. ** Various seasonings include whatever is in your spice rack that strikes your fancy on that day. Cut up the 'coon similar to a chicken, and brown lightly in in a skillet, using olive oil. Remove 'coon from fryer and place in pressure cooker and pressure for thirty minutes. Dice one onion, cook the other whole. Place 'coon in water, and boil for another thirty minutes before adding the rest of the listed ingredients, except for the potatoes. Simmer for one hour over low heat, then add the pototoes and continue to simmer for an additional twenty minutes, adding the various seasonings as you go. Requires a fine touch, and much testing in between times. Makes certain the soup will never turn out the same way twice, and increases my enjoyment of cooking it. Original poster not shown on file. Adapted and MM Format by Dave Drum - 26 July 99 From: Dave Drum Yield: 2 gallons Date: 01 Aug 99

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RAGOUT OF VENISON THE BEST OF TASTE

3 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 1 18 8 3 1

lb large tablespoon

venison; boneless, in 1 cubes onion; sliced parsley; chopped bay leaf; crushed [m says leave whole]

pinch pinch teaspoon oz cup tablespoon tablespoon small oz tablespoon

marjoram thyme peppercorns; whole wine vinegar dry red wine flour butter broth; or bouillon to cover onions; peeled mushrooms; sliced butter lemon; rind of, grated

Marinate meat overnight in next 8 ingredients. Dry meat, dredge in flour, brown in butter. Strain marinade over meat in kettle. Add broth to cover. Bring to a boil, stirring. Skim. Cover, reduce heat, and simmer 30 min. Meanwhile, saute onions and mushrooms in butter. Add vegetables and lemon rind to stew, cover again, and cook until meat is tender, about 90 min more. (Annapolis: U.S. Naval Institute, 1957) Yield: 4 servings

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RAISED RABBITS WITH PRUNES

1 1/2 1/4 1 1 1 1 cup lb pkg can can

rabbit, boned flour butter prunes beef broth chicken broth salt & white pepper

Season rabbit pieces with salt and white pepper. Dredge in flour and shake off the excess. Fry in moderately heated butter. Add flour and brown slightly. Add prunes, beef broth and chicken broth. Cover and bake at 375 degrees until meat falls away from the bones. Serve with wild rice. Source: N.A.H.C. Wild Game Cookbook Author: Unknown Yield: 2 servings

RAMP PUDDING - MODERN

2 1/2 1 1 1 6 1 2

pint cup can

ramps ground venison tomato soup salt and pepper to taste eggs

teaspoon tablespoon

worcestershire sauce butter

Clean and finely chop the ramps and parboil them. Drain off water. Set aside. Saute the ground venison. Mix all the ingredients except for the butter and place in a buttered casserole. Top with pecan sized chunks of butter. Bake in preheated oven at 350 F for 1 hour and 10 minutes or until done. source unknown From: "Mignonne" <tsiwoni@minsrecipes.C Yield: 4 servings

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REBEL ROUSER BAKED VENISON STEAK

3 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1 1 2 1 2

lb single single single single cup medium cup cup can can can

boneless venison steaks garlic salt celery salt pepper flour oil onion, chopped celery, thinly sliced mushrooms, sliced cream of mushroom soup cheddar cheese soup water

Cut steaks 1/2-to-3/4-inch thick, cut into small sizes. Sprinkle the meat lightly with garlic salt, celery salt and pepper. Flour meat and brown on both sides in 1/4 cup oil. When meat is brown, place in a baking dish or pan large enough to hold all items. Spread meat evenly over bottom of pan. Spread onion, celery and mushrooms over meat. In a separate dish or bowl, add cream of mushroom soup, cheese soup and water. Mix well and pour over meat and vegetables. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 1/2 to 2 hours or until the meat is tender. Serve with your favorite vegetable and salad. Source: http://www.SailorRandR.com/recipes/ Yield: 5 servings

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RED & BLACK BEAN BUFFALO CHILI

1 3 1 3 3 3 1 2 1 1 1 1 1/2 2 2 1

lb cup large cup tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon large

to 1 1/2 lbs ground cut from cobs; buffalo meat cooked red beans red onion; diced cooked black beans cloves garlic; minced chili powder red bell pepper; diced tamari sauce green bell pepper or salt to taste; diced ground cumin yellow bell pepper honey; if desired diced crushed red pepper tomatoes; diced flakes ears sweet corn chopped fresh cilantro shucked; kernels

Cook meat in large nonaluminum Dutch oven until no longer pink. Stir in remaining ingredients except cilantro. Simmer gently, partially covered and stirring frequently, 40 to 45 minutes. Taste and adjust seasonings. Add cilantro at serving time. This is adapted from a recipe used at the Heartland Cafe on Chicago's north side. It uses dried, cooked beans although canned beans are a fine short-order alternative. If desired, the chili can be served with grated cheese, sour cream, chopped green onions, tortillas or crackers. Chicago Tribune, 10/07/93. Yield: 8 servings

RESERVATION DRIED ONION SOUP MIX

1 3/4 cup 1/3 cup 4 teaspoons 1/4 teaspoon 1/4 teaspoon

dried onion soup mi Instant Onion Flakes Beef broth instant granules Onion powder Celery seed Sugar

Mix all ingredients and store in an airtight container. 5 Tbsp. = 1.25 oz or 1 package of soup. Mix may also be stored in homemade foil pouches in amounts desired for later use, and then store foil pouches inside a larger airtight container. Note: Sugar may be omitted for diets which require little or no sugar. Yield: 1 recipe

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RESERVATION GUMBO

1

x

no ingredients

1 cup all-purpose flour 1 cup vegetable oil 4 cups chopped onion 2 cups chopped burdock flower stalks 2 cups chopped green pepper 1 cup sliced wild leek white parts and green tops 6 cups chicken broth 6 cups water 4 cups any combination of mucilaginous greens such as pokeweed shoots, milkweed buds, mallow "cheeses" 2 tablespoons paprika 2 tablespoons salt 2 teaspoons oregano 1 teaspoon ground black pepper 6 cups seafood-like mushrooms (comb tooth, bear's head tooth, sweet tooth work well) 1 cup snipped parsley 2 tablespoons gumbo file (can make from dried foraged sassafras leaves) In a heavy Dutch oven, combine flour and oil until smooth. Cook over medium high heat for 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Reduce heat to medium. Cook and stir about 20 minutes more, or until mixture is reddish brown (the color of a penny). Add onion, burdock*, green pepper and wild leeks; cook and stir for 5 minutes. Add chicken broth, water, greens*, paprika, salt, oregano, and pepper. Bring to a boil; reduce heat and simmer, covered, for 10 minutes. Add mushrooms and parsley. Simmer uncovered about 5 minutes more or until is done. Remove from heat; stir in file powder. Yields about 6 quarts. Yield: 1 recipe

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RICH VENISON AND MUSHROOM STEW

2 1 3/4 2 1/2 2 1/2 3/4 1 1 1 1 1 8 8 2 1 1/2 1 3

lb lb fl oz fl oz pint

good stewing venison - (trimmed wei; ght) onion small flat mushrooms red wine vinegar water (scant) beef or game stock butter oil flour sugar bay leaves ----FOR THE FORCEMEAT BALLS----

oz oz tablespoon large tablespoon

fresh breadcrumbs grated suet lemons (grated zest only) lemon juice egg fresh chopped parsley

Cut the venison into large chunks and marinate for about 24 hours in the water and vinegar with 2 bay leaves and plenty of pepper. Make the forcemeat mixture, seasoning it well and binding it with the lightly beaten egg. Shape into 24 small balls, fry briskly until golden- brown and crisp and reserve. Then fry the mushrooms hard in a very little hot fat. Remove and reserve separately. Drain and dry the meat well, reserving the marinade. Dust the venison with well-seasoned flour and brown and seal in batches. Transfer it to a 4 pint flameproof casserole; ideally this should be no more than 8 inches in diameter across the top. Chop the onion finely and fry gently. Sprinkle on 2 tablespoons flour, pour on the marinade liquid and the stock over the meat and season with salt, pepper, 1/2 teaspoon sugar and 2 bay leaves. Bring to a bare simmer, cover tightly and cook over the lowest possible flame (or in a low oven if you prefer) until the meat is deliciously tender and the gravy is dark and rich. Shoulder meat may need as little as 1 1/2 hours, lesser cuts of meat will need considerably more. Stir occasionally to prevent sticking. When ready, remove the bay and check seasoning. Cool and refrigerate overnight if not to be served on the same day. To finish the dish, bring everything back to room temperature. Add the prepared mushrooms to the stew, pushing them well down into the gravy, then cover the surface with the forcemeat balls and bake without a lid to keep the forcemeat balls really crisp - at 400 F (200 C) gas mark 6 for about 25 minutes. Source: Philippa Davenport in "Country Living" (British), November 1988. Typed for you by Karen Mintzias

Yield: 6 servings

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ROAST BOAR AND BLACK BEAN CHILI *G*

1/4 2 3 1/8 1/4 4 1 2 1/2 2 3 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 4 2

cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon lb lb tablespoon cup

bacon drippings garlic cloves, crushed chili powder ground cumin seeds black pepper saddle of wild boar black turtle beans olive oil diced salt pork onions, chpd cloves garlic, minced jalapeno minced

cup cup teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon

cooked, smoked ham beef broth bay leaf chpd oregano red wine vinegar dark rum scallions, thinly sliced eggs, hard cooked, sieved

In a med bowl, combine the bacon drippings with the crushed garlic, two tablespoons of the chili powder, the cumin, and freshly ground pepper. Spread over the wild boar and let stand while preparing the beans. In a lg pot, cover the beans with cold water. Heat to boiling and boil for two minutes. Turn off the heat and let stand one hour. Drain. Wipe out the pot and return beans, cover with cold water and heat to boiling. Reduce heat and simmer for 30 minutes. Drain. Preheat the oven to 325 degrees. Cook the salt pork in boiling water for five minutes. Drain and pat dry. Heat the oil in a heavy, deep casserole. Stir in the salt pork and cook over med heat until golden, about 3 min. Stir in the onion, minced garlic, and Jalapeno pepper. Cook 1 minute. Stir in the ham and cook two more minutes. Stir the remaining chili powder into the onion mixture. Add the beans, broth, bay leaf, oregano, vinegar and rum. Mix well. Place the saddle of boar on top of the beans, cover and place in the middle of the oven. Cook for 1 1/2 to 2 hours or until internal meat thermometer reads 170 degrees. Turn the meat twice and stir the beans. Add more broth if dry. Remove the meat and allow it to stand, covered, for 10 to 15 minutes. Meanwhile, skim the fat from the chili. Cut the meat from the bone and into thin slices. Layer it over the beans. If desired, stew, covered, to tenderize the meat. Serve with hot rice and a sprinkling of scallions and sieved eggs. Yield: 6 servings

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ROAST CORN SOUP ('O' NANH-DAH) SENECA
By: Miriam Lee 12 1 1 ears # # white corn in milky stage salt pork (lean and fat) pinto or kidney beans

Using low heat, take corn and roast on top of range (using griddle if your stove is equipped with one) and keep rotating corn until ears are a golden brown. After the corn is roasted, take ears and put on foil covered cookie sheet until cool enough to handle. Scrape each ear once or twice with a sharp knife. Corn is ready for making soup. While corn is being roasted, fill kettle (5 qt. capacity) approximately 3/4 full with hot water and put on to boil along with salt pork which has been diced in small pieces for more thorough cooking. Beans should be sorted for culls, washed twice and parboiled for approximately 35-45 minutes. After parboiling beans, rinse well in tepid water 2 or 3 times. Corn and beans should then be put in kettle with pork and cooked for about 1 hour. (Note: Beans can also be soaked overnight to cut cooking time when preparing soup).

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ROAST DUCKLING WITH TANGERINE STUFFING - SL 1/90

5 1/4 1/8 1/2 1 1/4 1 1/3 3 2 2 2/3 2 1/3 1/3 1/4

lb teaspoon teaspoon

dressed duckling salt pepper lemon ; tangerine stuffing

teaspoon

lemon-pepper seasoning garnishes: grapes, oranges, lemons,; and limes ----TANGERINE STUFFING----

cup tablespoon cup cup cup cup teaspoon

celery; chopped butter or margarine; melted tangerines herb-seasoned stuffing mix wild rice; cooked cranberries chicken broth poultry seasoning

The Duckling: Remove giblets and neck from duckling, and reserve for use in other recipes, if desired. Rinse duckling with cold water, and pat dry with paper towels. Sprinkle cavity evenly with salt and pepper. Rub skin with lemon. Spoon Tangerine Stuffing into cavity of duckling; close cavity with skewers and truss. Prick skin with a fork at 2-inch intervals. Place duckling, breast side up, on rack in a shallow roasting pan. Insert meat thermometer into thigh, making sure it does not touch bone. Bake, uncovered, at 325F for 1-1/2 hours. Sprinkle duckling with lemon-pepper seasoning; bake an additional 30 minutes or until meat thermometer registers 185F. Transfer duckling to a serving platter, and garnish with grapes, oranges, lemons, and limes, if desired. Tangerine Stuffing: Saute celery in butter until tender; set aside. Peel, section, and chop tangerines; place in a large bowl. Add celery mixture, stuffing mix, wild rice, cranberries, chicken broth, and poultry seasoning; stir well. Yield: 5 cups. January, 1990 "Southern Living" "A New Year's Eve Dinner for Four" Typos by Jeff Pruett. Yield: 4 servings

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ROAST GOOSE WITH DRIED FIG STUFFING

1 1 10 2 1/2 1 1 3 2 1 1 1/2 1 cup tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon cup

goose; (9-12 lb canadian) tart apple; peeled and diced dried figs; cut in 1/4's crumbled corn bread salt to taste ground pepper to taste chopped parsley chopped fresh savory gravy: reserved goose broth flour

Remove the neck and gizzard and place in a saucepan with about 1 qt. of water and let simmer lightly for several hours while partially covered. Reduce to about 2 cups and season with salt. Mix remaining ingredients, except for gravy, together and adjust seasoning by tasting. Stuff, lace, and truss the bird and roast in a 325 F oven, breast down, for 1 1/2 Hours. Draw off fat as it accumulates. Turn and roast another 1 1/2 hours (or longer for a larger bird) until juices run clear when pricked where the thigh attaches to the body. Remove when done and let rest on a heated serving platter while you prepare the gravy. Pour off all but 2 Tbls. of the fat and sprinkle with the flour. Set the roasting pan over low heat and stir for one minute while scraping up all the brown bits. Add the broth and stir until smooth. Season to taste with salt and pepper and serve in a boat with goose. Bon Appetit Jay / Okla (a goose hunter) FROM: JAY MORTON (KJWT81A) From: Jim Weller Yield: 8 servings Date: 16 Dec 02

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ROAST GOOSE WITH GARLIC, ONION AND SAGE STUFF

1 1/4 2 2 5 1 1 5 1/2 3/4 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 2 1 1 1 1 1 3 slice cup tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon pkg cup small

===stuffing=== unsalted butter onions; finely chopped celery stalks; diced garlic cloves; chopped cubed herbed stuffing mix (14 oz) rubbed or ground dried sage salt dried oregano; crumbled dried thyme; crumbled pepper italian seasoning eggs; beaten to blend chicken stock or canned broth ===goose=== (12 lb) goose; fat removed lemon; halved bacon

FOR STUFFING: Melt butter in heavy large skillet over medium heat. Add onions, celery and garlic and sauté; until soft, about 8 minutes. : Combine stuffing mixture, sage, salt, oregano, thyme, pepper and Italian Seasoning in large bowl. Stir in onion mixture and eggs. Add stock and mix well. Set aside. FOR GOOSE: Preheat oven to 450F. : Rinse goose inside and out; pat dry, using paper towel. Rub goose inside and out with halved lemon. Season goose inside and out with salt and pepper. Fill main cavity and neck cavity loosely with stuffing. : Place any remaining stuffing in small buttered baking dish and cover with foil. : Run fingers between breast meat and skin to loosen skin. Place bacon slices under breast skin. Wrap goose in cheesecloth. Place goose on rack set into large roasting pan. : Roast goose 30 minutes. Reduce heat to 350F. Continue roasting until meat thermometer inserted into thickest part to thigh registers 180F, basting every 20 minutes with pan juices, about 1 hour 20 minutes. : Place stuffing in covered baking dish in oven during last 40 minutes. : Remove cheesecloth. Transfer goose to platter. Pass stuffing separately. : Yield: 6 servings. Source: Bon Appetit; November, 1991. : Formatted for MC by Sharon F. Klinger, tmvm93b@prodigy.com. From: "Griff" Date: 22 Jul 97 Meal-Master Format Recipes (Mailing List) Ä Yield: 6 servings

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ROAST GROUSE WITH WILD RICE

2 1 1/2 1/2 1 1 1/8 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1/4 1/4 cup cup can medium teaspoon cup cup cup cup

grouse, about 1-1/2 lbs each salt chopped onion chopped mushrooms condensed consomme' (10-1/2 ounces) crumbled oregano wild rice water onion; chopped carrots; chopped apple; peeled and chopped con cream of mushroom soup (10-1/2 ounces) light cream red wine

Rub grouse inside and out with salt. Combine onions, mushrooms, consomme', oregano, and wild rice. Bring to a boil and simmer until rice is tender, about 40 to 45 minutes, adding water when necessary to keep rice from sticking. When rice is tender, season to taste with salt. Stuff grouse with rice. Place onion, carrots, and apple in a shallow roasting pan and place grouse on top, breast side down. Roast in a preheated 350 F. oven for 30 minutes. Turn grouse breast side up and roast until brown and tender, about 1-1/2 to 2 hours. Remove grouse to a platter and keep warm. Strain pan juices into a saucepan. Stir in soup, cream, and wine. Simmer, stirring, until sauce bubbles. Spoon sauce over grouse. Garnish with additional cooked wild rice. Adapted by Clifford Warling, The Blue Horse (St. Paul, Minnesota) Campbell's Great Restaurants Cookbook, U.S.A. Electronic format courtesy of Karen Mintzias Submitted By KM@SALATA.COM (KAREN MINTZIAS) On 23 NOV 95 232106 -0800 Yield: 4 servings

Page 696

ROAST LEG OF VENISON OR CARIBOU

1 6 6 1 1/2 1/2 1/4 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1/3 2 5 1/4 2 tablespoon cup cup cup cup tablespoon teaspoon tablespoon tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon tablespoon teaspoon oz

leg of venison or caribou; bone in fat larding pork or strips of bacon salt pepper ground ginger [opt'l] or allspice and oregano leaves or marjoram leaves or sprigs of rosemary or sage and garlic vegetable oil butter; melted meat stock; beef or venison dry sherry; divided flour butter; melted dry red wine grated orange rind tart currant or cranberry jelly

Yes, this recipe uses both sherry and red wine together. If using allspice, you can also add a pinch of cloves and substitute apple cider for the wines. If using garlic and herbs, chianti is good. Before being butchered, venison should hang in a cool place for at least three or four days after the kill. Wipe it and dry well. Remove all skin, membrane and sinews. Wrap and freeze until used. Defrost the roast. Pre-heat oven to 450 F. The fat pork should be cut into strips about 1/3" wide and 2" long. Then roll the pork strips in seasonings and insert them in a larding needle. Pull the strips through the meat at regular intervals, allowing the fat to show outside the meat at both ends. If no larding needle is available, use smoke-cured bacon draped over the roast, sprinkle roast with the spices and herbs and cook at 275 F., 50 minutes per pound. Or better yet cut gashes in the roast about 2 inches apart and part way through the roast. Place in each gash a pinch of herbs, a slice of bacon and optionally a slice of garlic. Baste often. Now rub the roast with oil and place it in a roasting pan. Pour the melted butter over it. Put in oven and turn down heat to 300 F. Or, more trouble but better, brown the meat on all sides in hot oil in a skillet and then transfer the meat to the roasting pan and roast at 300. Roast for 4 to 5 hours, or until meat is brown and very tender. It should be basted every 15 minutes with a mixture of the meat stock and half of sherry. At the end of the cooking time, remove the meat from pan; skim off all the fat from the gravy.

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Make a smooth paste of flour, butter and stock; add wine and orange rind and stir in the gravy in the pan. Bring to a boil, stirring as the gravy thickens. Add the rest of the sherry and the jelly. Now finish the roast in a slow oven [250], basting frequently with the completed gravy, for about 30 minutes to an hour. Serve remaining gravy and more fruit jelly with the roast. Jim Weller From: Jim Weller Yield: 1 roast Date: 10 Apr 98

ROAST LEG OF VENISON, UNMARINATED

10 1 6 2 1/4 1 3 1 2 1/4 cup lb tablespoon tablespoon lb

larding strips 1 1/2 - 2 (about 1/4-1/2 lb salt pork) leg of venison cloves garlic, sliced thin butter, softened powdered thyme flour salt & pepper to taste stock or beef broth

1>. Lard the venison with the salt pork, adding the garlic slices after the salt pork has been inserted. 2>. Rub all surfaces of the leg with soft butter and dust with the powdered thyme. 3>. Put roast in uncovered roasting pan, add 1/2 cup liquid, and roast at 3250F for about two hours. Venison should be srved rare, but not bloody, so figure about 16 minutes per pound. 4>. Turn off oven, open the door, and wave it open several times to reduce heat. Place the roast in a metal pan and keep hot--don not roast anymore. 5>. In the roasting pan, combine flour and drippings, stirring in the stock. Heat pan on stovetop and cook on high heat, stirring constantly, until gravy is thickened to proper consistency. Yield: 10 servings

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ROAST LOIN OF VENISON

1 1/2 1 1 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 4 1 teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon lb small centiliter tablespoon

loin roast venison salt pork; cut into strips onion; chopped garlic; minced fresh parsley; chopped bay leaf; crushed celery seeds dry thyme pepper; to taste whole cloves beef bouillon

Fold 2 large sheets of aluminum foil together with a double fold. There should be enough to enclose the roast. Place roast on foil. Lard with pork strips. Stick cloves into loin and sprinkle other ingredients over top. Enclose roast tightly in foil and cook in 300 degree oven for approximately 45 minutes PER pound. Yield: 6 servings

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ROAST LOIN OF VENISON WITH CRANBERRIES

2 2 2 1 1/2 1 2 4 2 1 1 1/4 3/4 2 2 2 1 cup small cup lb tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup cup tablespoon

thick slices of lemon thick slices of orange slices fresh ginger, peeled sugar bay leaf fresh cranberries boneless loin of venison, at room t; emperature olive oil salt freshly ground pepper juniper berries, finely chopped dry red wine beef or venison stock cold butter, cut into pieces fresh thyme sprigs, for garnish

In a medium nonreactive saucepan, combine the lemon, orange, ginger, sugar and bay leaf with 1 cup of cold water. Bring to a boil over high heat, stirring to dissolve the sugar. Reduce the heat to moderate and boil, uncovered, until syrupy, 10 to 15 minutes. Stir in the cranberries, then remove from heat and cool. Transfer the mixture to a glass container, coer and refrigerate for 1 to 2 days, stirring once or twice during that time. Preheat the oven to 400F. Rub the venison with the olive oil, 3/4 teaspoon of the salt, 1 teaspoon of the pepper and 1/2 teaspoon of the chopped juniper berries, pressing the seasonings into the meat. Set the loin on a rack in a roasting pan and roast, basting frequently with the pan juices, until medium-rare (about 135F on a meat thermometer), 25 to 30 minutes. Cover the venison loosely with foil and set aside for 10 to 15 minutes before carving. Meanwhile, remove and discard the bay leaf and the lemon, orange and ginger slices from the cranberries. In a food processor or blender, puree half the cranberries and half the liquid until smooth. In a medium nonreactive saucepan, boil the wine over high heat until reduced to 1/2 cup, about 5 mintues. Add the stock and bring to a boil. Add the cranberry puree, reduce the heat to low and simmer, uncovered, until slightly thickened, about 10 minutes. Remove from heat. Strain the reamining whole cranberrie and add them to the sauce with the remaining 1/4 teaspoon each of salt, pepper and chopped juniper berries. Swirl in the cold butter. Slice the venison thinly (stir any juices into the sauce) and serve wtih the sauce, reheated if necessary. Yield: 8 servings

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ROAST LOIN OF VENISON WITH SAVORY WINE SAUCE

1 1/2 1/2 1/2 4 2 2 3 2

c c c c cl sprigs bay lb tb

olive oil carrot; finely chopped celery; finely chopped onion; finely chopped garlic; minced fresh thyme leaves loin of venison, with bone clarified butter salt to taste fresh ground black pepper savory wine sauce:

3 2 1/4 1 1 2 3 1/4 2

c tb c cl sprig tb c tb

beef stock butter reserved venison bones minced shallots garlic; minced thyme tomatoes; coarsely chopped sherry wine vinegar port red currant jelly salt to taste fresh ground black pepper

Make a marinade of the first 7 ingredients. Bone the loin; trim and discard fat and sinew. With a cleaver chop the bone into 1' pieces and reserve for the sauce. Slice loin against the grain into 6 pieces. Arrange in a single layer in a casserole dish. Pour over the marinade, cover and refrigerate 24 hours. Meanwhile prepare the sauce. Bring stock to a boil, reduce heat and cook uncovered until volume reduced by 1/2. Set aside. Melt butter in a large, heavy saucepan over high heat. Add bones; brown quickly, stirring often. Add shallots, garlic and thyme, cooking until soft and lightly colored. Add tomato; cook several more minutes. Add wines and vinegar, bring to a boil and reduce by half. Add stock and currant jelly. Reduce heat to low, cover, and simmer 1 hour, skimming as necessary. Remove from heat, strain and return to clean pan. Salt and pepper. Refrigerate until needed and reheat before serving. To cook the venison, remove from marinade, pat dry, and season with salt and pepper. Saute in clarified butter, searing all sides quickly. Transfer pan to preheated 400 deg oven for 5-7 minutes until medium rare. Slice each piece against the grain into 3-4 pieces and serve with the reheated sauce. Yield: 6 servings

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ROAST LOIN OF VENISON WITH SAVORY WINE SAUCE

1 1/2 1/2 1/2 4 2 2 3 2 1 1 1 3 2 1 1/4 1 1 2 3 1/4 2 1 1

cup cup cup cup centiliter

olive oil carrot; finely chopped celery; finely chopped onion; finely chopped garlic; minced sprigs fresh thyme bay leaves

lb tablespoon

loin of venison, with bone clarified butter salt to taste fresh ground black pepper savory wine sauce:

cup tablespoon cup centiliter

beef stock butter reserved venison bones minced shallots garlic; minced sprig thyme tomatoes; coarsely chopped

tablespoon cup tablespoon

sherry wine vinegar port red currant jelly salt to taste fresh ground black pepper

Make a marinade of the first 7 ingredients. Bone the loin; trim and discard fat and sinew. With a cleaver chop the bone into 1" pieces and reserve for the sauce. Slice loin against the grain into 6 pieces. Arrange in a single layer in a casserole dish. Pour over the marinade, cover and refrigerate 24 hours. Meanwhile prepare the sauce. Bring stock to a boil, reduce heat and cook uncovered until volume reduced by 1/2. Set aside. Melt butter in a large, heavy saucepan over high heat. Add bones; brown quickly, stirring often. Add shallots, garlic and thyme, cooking until soft and lightly colored. Add tomato; cook several more minutes. Add wines and vinegar, bring to a boil and reduce by half. Add stock and currant jelly. Reduce heat to low, cover, and simmer 1 hour, skimming as necessary. Remove from heat, strain and return to clean pan. Salt and pepper. Refrigerate until needed and reheat before serving. To cook the venison, remove from marinade, pat dry, and season with salt and pepper. Sautee in clarifed butter, searing all sides quickly. Transfer pan to preheated 400 deg oven for 5-7 minutes until medium rare. Slice each piece against the grain into 3-4 pieces and serve with the reheated sauce. From the L'Ordre de Bon temps menu in Northern Bounty, A Celebration of Canadian Cuisine. Posted by Jim Weller. Yield: 6 servings

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ROAST PHEASANT IN CALVADOS AND CREAM SAUCE

2 1/4 2 2 1 1/2 2 1/2 1 2 4 1/4 1/2 1/4 1/4 cup tablespoon cup tablespoon tablespoon slice cup cup cup cup cup tablespoon

pheasants onion; finely chopped butter pheasant livers; finely chopped day old bread; cubed butter granny smith apple; peeled, chopped parsley butter; room temp bacon; halved calvados chicken stock calvados heavy cream

Rinse the pheasants and pat dry inside and out. Saute the onions and liver in 2 tb butter for 2 to 3 min, stirring frequently, then pour into a bowl. Saute the bread in a mixture of the pan drippings and 2 tb of butter for 3 to 4 min, then add to the liver mixture. Add the apple and the parsley and salt and pepper to taste, mixing well rub the birds with 2 tb of butter and spoon the stuffing into all the cavities. Truss the birds. Arrange the bacon over the breasts and legs, and place breast side up on rack in roasting pan. Roast in a 375 F oven for 30 min. Add salt and pepper. Heat 1/4 c of Calvados in a small saucepan and ignite and pour over birds. Baste with the pan juices, and bake 10 min. longer until brown, crisp, and tender. Place the birds on a heated platter. Add the chicken stock and the remaining Calvados to the pan juices, boiling for 2 to 3 min. then add the cream, bring just to a boil, season and serve over pheasant. Source: http://www.SailorRandR.com/recipes/recstore/ From: "Stewburner" <stewburner@sailorradate: Sun, 23 Nov 2003 06:05:13 ~0800 Yield: 4 servings

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ROAST PHEASANT STUFFED WITH GRUYERE AND NOODLES - LLBGFC

3 1 8 1 1/4 1/4 1/2 1/2 1 1/2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 tablespoon tablespoon cup teaspoon oz quart lb lb cup cup

pheasants salt package wide noodles chicken broth mushrooms butter gruyere; freshly grated heavy cream freshly ground pepper dried sage carrot; cut in 1/4 slices onion; coarsely chopped mornay sauce ----MORNAY SAUCE---butter or margarine flour milk, cream, or broth grated parmesan cheese salt & freshly ground pepper

Wipe the pheasants with a damp cloth and sprinkle a little salt inside. Cook the noodles 4 to 5 minutes in broth, until half done. Wipe mushrooms with a damp cloth, trim ends, and mince stems with a sharp knife; slice caps thinly. Saute both in 4 tablespoons butter in a large saucepan. Drain noodles well (reserving broth), and stir into the mushrooms. Mix in Gruyere and 4 tablespoons of the cream, adding salt and pepper to taste and the sage. Stuff the pheasants with the noodle mixture, scraping juices from the pan; skewer openings and truss the legs and wings. Put remaining butter in a roasting pan with the carrot and the onion, and heat until the butter melts. Roll the pheasant in the butter until it is well coated, then put in the roasting pan in the oven at 450 F, adding from time to time a little hot broth from the drained noodles. When the pheasant begins to brown - after about 15 minutes - in the oven, turn it breast side down and cover the roasting pan. Reduce heat to 325 F and continue roasting 25 to 35 minutes, basting frequently with more hot broth and pan juices. Remove cover from the pan, salt and pepper the pheasant lightly, and cook 10 minutes longer. Serve with Mornay sauce made with the reserved broth, thinned with remaining cream. Mornay Sauce - Melt the butter in a skillet or saucepan and stir in the flour. Cook over low heat for a couple of minutes stirring, then

Page 704 off heat, with a whisk, stir in the milk or cream. Return to heat and cook for 3 to 5 minutes over a low flame. Whisk while the sauce thickens. Stir grated Parmesan cheese into the sauce and simmer 2 to 3 minutes. Add salt and pepper to taste. _L.L. Bean Game and Fish Cookbook_, Angus Cameron and Judith Jones, 1983. Random House. ISBN 0-394-51191-3. Typos by Jeff Pruett. Yield: 6 servings

ROAST PHEASANT WITH WILD RICE AND MUSHROOMS - LLBGFC

1/2 1/2 2 7 2 4 4 2 1 1/2 1/2

cup cup lb

wild rice butter mushrooms; sliced shallots; chopped pheasants strips bacon to 5 chicken livers or pheasant liv; ers & 3 chicken livers

tablespoon cup teaspoon

flour to 2 cups chicken broth tarragon

Prepare and cook the wild rice and set aside in a bowl. Saute the mushrooms in the butter until most of the juices have been removed; add 3 of the chopped shallots and saute a minute or so longer. Mix the cooked wild rice, the mushrooms, and the 3 shallots and stuff the birds with it. Then truss the pheasants and skewer the vents (or sew). With toothpicks pin a strip of bacon along each side of the breast of each stuffed, trussed bird or insert it under the breast skin. Roast birds in a preheated 375 F oven in shallow roaster with a foil tent laid over the birds for 40 minutes, basting often with butter. Remove the foil tent and continue roasting for 30 minutes, basting 4 or 5 times with the pan juices. During the last 10 minutes put livers in roasting pan, turning once. Remove the birds and livers, and keep them warm. Skim off all but 2 tablespoons of the fat in the roasting pan, add remaining shallots, and cook a few minutes. Sprinkle in flour, stir over low heat, scraping up all brown bits, then add chicken broth slowly, stirring constantly. Add tarragon. Cook down until you have a sauce the thickness of cream. Chop up reserved livers and stir or mash them into the sauce. _L. L. Bean Game and Fish Cookbook_, Angus Cameron and Judith Jones,1983. Random House. ISBN 0-394-51191-3. Typos by Jeff Pruett.

Yield: 6 servings

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ROAST RABBIT OR HARE _LLB_

1 1 1/2 1 4 2 1/4 1/4 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1 2

teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon lb lb cup tablespoon small cup tablespoon cup teaspoon tablespoon

salt pepper thyme marjoram to 5 lb dressed hare -orcottontails salt pork; sliced dry red wine vinegar onion; chopped beef or chicken stock beach plum or red currant jelly heavy cream pepper flour stirred with....... water

...Rabbits and especially the large hares look appetizing roasted whole... ... In this recipe one may marinate hare for two to three days with your favorite marinade. If you do marinate, use the strained marinade instead of the wine and the vinegar. : Mix the salt, pepper, and the two herbs and rub it all on and inside the hare. Truss the front legs and in doing so, tie on slabs of salt pork over the saddle [Note this step adds fat to help soften the meat]. : In a shallow roasting pan, roast the hare uncovered for about 30 minutes in a 450 degree F oven. Turn the oven down to 350 degrees and roast another 45 minutes to 1 hour. Remove the hare and keep warm. : Place the roasting pan and contents over a medium heat. Add the wine, vinegar, onion and stock and simmer for 10 to 12 minutes. Add the jelly, cream, pepper (taste for salt) and quickly dissolve jelly. Stir in the flour and water paste and let it thicken a bit before serving in a sauceboat. From _The L.L. Bean Game and Fish Cookbook_ by Angus Cameron and Judith Jones. Random House, 1983 ISBN 0-394-1191-3 Typos by Jeff Pruett From: Jeff Pruett Date: 05-18-95 From: Helen Peagram Date: 01 Feb 98 Yield: 4 servings

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ROAST RACK OF VENISON WITH WILD MUSHROOMS - B

2 1 1 1 1 4 1 1/2 1 1 2 1 1 6 6 8 1

tablespoon small small cup cup cup cup

olive oil 2 3/4-lb rack of venison, trimmed,; boned, bones reserved onion, chopped leek, chopped carrot, chopped water dry red wine canned low-salt chicken broth canned beef broth bay leaves sprig fresh thyme garlic clove, chopped juniper berries whole black peppercorns

tablespoon lb

(1 stick) chilled butter fresh wild mushrooms, stemmed, caps; sliced

Heat oil in heavy large Dutch oven over medium heat. Add bones; saute until beginning to brown, about 10 minutes. Add onion, leek and carrot; saute until golden, about 15 minutes. Add 4 C water, wine, both broths, bay leaves, thyme, garlic, juniper berries and peppercorns. Bring to boil, scraping up any browned bits. Reduce heat to medium low; simmer 1 1/2 hours, skimming occasionally. Strain into heavy medium saucepan. Boil until reduced to 3/4 C, about 25 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Preheat oven to 425'F. Melt 2 T butter in heavy large ovenproof skillet over medium-high heat. Season venison with salt and pepper. Add to skillet; brown on all sides, about 8 minutes. Transfer swiet to oven; roast venison until thermometer inserted into thickest part registers 130'F for medium rare, about 15 minutes. Transfer to platter; tent with foil. Melt 2 T butter in same skillet over medium-high heat. Add mushrooms; saute until tender about 5 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Bring sauce to simmer. Remove from heat. Add remaining 4 T butter, 1 T at a time, whisking just until melted. Serve venison with mushrooms and sauce. Bon Appetit/October/94 Scanned & edited by Di Pahl & <gg> Yield: 4 to 6 servi

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ROAST SHERRIED PHEASANT

1 1 1 1 4 1 4 1 2 3 slice slice cup tablespoon tablespoon

pheasant (1 1/2 - 3 lb) ready to co; ok salt - to taste bay leaf garlic clove celery leaves lemon bacon chicken broth all-purpose flour sherry (dry)

Season inside of pheasant with salt. Stuff with bay leaf, garlic, celery leaves, and lemon slice. Cover breast with bacon slices, truss. Roast uncovered, breast side up on rack in shaallow reaosting pan, at 350 degress for 1 to 2 1/2 hrs. depending on size of bird. Baste occasionally with drippings. When necessary place foil loosely over top of bird to prevent excess browning. When done, remove string and discard stuffing. Place the pheasant on a war platter. Serve on bed of rice with Sherry Sauce. Sherry Sauce: combine chicken broth and flour; add to roasting pan. Stir over moderate heat, scraping loose the browned drippings. When the gravy thickens and bubbles, stir in wine. Makes 2 or 3 sevings Yield: 2 servings

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ROAST VENISON WITH BAKED APPLES
By: MRS BEETON'S BOOK OF COOKERY AND HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT, 4 1 2 1 2 1 3 150 2 1 2 2 tb tb ts kg tb ml tb pn ts tb sm cooking apples lemon, juice of gooseberry, rowanberry or redcurran butter soft light brown sugar young venison oil; approx sauce: game or beef stock gooseberry, rowanberry or redcurran; t jelly ground cloves salt & pepper cornflour sherry

Set the oven to 190C (375F). Peel and core the apples. Put them in a saucepan, add a little water and lemon juice and simmer for 10 to 15 minutes. Drain and arrange in an ovenproof dish. Fill the core holes with the jelly. Top each apple with butter and brown sugar. Put the venison in a roasting tin. Brush with 2 tb of the oil and roast for 40 minutes, basting with the extra oil from time to time. Bake the apples at the same time. Meanwhile, make the sauce. Combine the stock, jelly, ground cloves and salt and pepper in a small pan. Heat gently to dissolve the jelly. In a cup blend the cornflour with 1 tb water, add to the stock and bring to the boil, stirring all the time. Cook for 2 minutes. Slice the meat and arrange it on a warm dish with the apples; keep both hot. Place the roasting tin over the heat, add the sauce and sherry, stirring vigorously. Strain over the meat and serve. Yield: 4 servings

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ROAST VENISON WITH WINE

7 1/2 1 1/4 1/4 1 9 1/4 1 1

lb teaspoon teaspoon cup cup teaspoon cup

boned leg of venison roast salt chopped onion lemon juice burgundy wine bacon slices dried thyme leaves clove garlic, minced beef broth

Preheat oven to 500F. Arrange 6 bacon slices on inside surface of roast. Roll up and tie securely. Place 3 bacon slices across the top. Place roast on rack in shallow roasting pan. Sear in oven 15-20 minutes. Remove roast from oven. Lower temperature to 375F. Combine remaining ingredients. Pour over roast; cover with foil. Roast, basting occasionally with pan drippings 2 1/2 - 3 hours, or until meat is tender. Remove. Makes 15-20 servings. From: Jim Riggs Yield: 1 servings Date: 03-02-96

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ROAST WILD BOAR WITH FIG DATE & WALNUT STUFFI

1 2 1 1 10 1 1 1 2 1 1/2 1 1 2 1 1 cup cup cup cup tablespoon cup tablespoon cup cup cup lb tablespoon

stephen ceideburg ----STUFFING---fresh black figs fresh date coarsely chopped, lightly roasted w; alnuts ----MEAT---boar hind olive oil crushed thyme to taste salt to taste ----SAUCE---port wine zinfandel sugar chopped fresh or dried figs chopped shallots demi-glace (reduced stock) unsalted butter salt to taste

Combine stuffing ingredients in a food processor and chop coarsely. Set aside. Remove the bone from the boar hind and meticulously clean tendons and fat from inside the leg. Stuff with half the stuffing mixture and neatly reform the leg to its original shape. Using butcher's twine, truss the boar. Rub the surface of roast with a bit of olive oil; season with thyme and salt. Place on a rack in a shallow roasting pan. Roast in a 350 degree F. oven approx- imately I hour, or until the internal temperature reaches 140 degree F. Remove roast from oven and let rest 20 minutes before carving. Sauce: Combine port, Zinfandel, sugar and figs in a heavy bottomed saucepan. Cook over high heat until the mixture reaches the consistency of a conserve. Puree in a blender, and strain through a fine sieve. Set aside. Combine shallots and a splash of port in a heavy-bottomed saucepan and cook until almost dry. Add the fig-port syrup and demi-glace. Cook until reduced by half. Season with salt and whisk in butter. Carve roast and garnish each serving with a portion of the remaining stuffing, a bit of sauce and, if desired, fresh black figs. PER SERVING: 505 calories, 52 g protein, 34 g carbohydrate, 16 g fat (4 g saturated), 173 mg cholesterol, 127 mg sodium, 4 g fiber. From Rosemary Campiformio, St. Orres, Gualala Heidi Haughy Cusik writing in the San Francisco Chronicle, 12/18/91.

Page 712 Posted by Stephen Ceideburg Yield: 10 servings

ROAST WILD BOAR WITH FIG DATE AND WALNUT STUFFI

1 2 1 1 10 1 1 1 2 1 1/2 1 1 2 1 1 cup cup cup cup tablespoon cup tablespoon cup cup cup lb tablespoon

stephen ceideburg ----STUFFING---fresh black figs fresh date coarsely chopped, lightly roasted w; alnuts ----MEAT---boar hind olive oil crushed thyme to taste salt to taste ----SAUCE---port wine zinfandel sugar chopped fresh or dried figs chopped shallots demi-glace (reduced stock) unsalted butter salt to taste

Combine stuffing ingredients in a food processor and chop coarsely. Set aside. Remove the bone from the boar hind and meticulously clean tendons and fat from inside the leg. Stuff with half the stuffing mixture and neatly reform the leg to its original shape. Using butcher's twine, truss the boar. Rub the surface of roast with a bit of olive oil; season with thyme and salt. Place on a rack in a shallow roasting pan. Roast in a 350 degree F. oven approx- imately I hour, or until the internal temperature reaches 140 degree F. Remove roast from oven and let rest 20 minutes before carving. Sauce: Combine port, Zinfandel, sugar and figs in a heavy bottomed saucepan. Cook over high heat until the mixture reaches the consistency of a conserve. Puree in a blender, and strain through a fine sieve. Set aside. Combine shallots and a splash of port in a heavy-bottomed saucepan and cook until almost dry. Add the fig-port syrup and demi-glace. Cook until reduced by half. Season with salt and whisk in butter. Carve roast and garnish each serving with a portion of the remaining stuffing, a bit of sauce and, if desired, fresh black figs. PER SERVING: 505 calories, 52 g protein, 34 g carbohydrate, 16 g fat (4 g saturated), 173 mg cholesterol, 127 mg sodium, 4 g fiber. From Rosemary Campiformio, St. Orres, Gualala

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Heidi Haughy Cusik writing in the San Francisco Chronicle, 12/18/91. Posted by Stephen Ceideburg Yield: 10 servings

ROAST WILD BOAR WITH FIG, DATE & WALNUT STUFF

1 2 1 1 10 1 1 1 2 1 1/2 1 1 2 1 1 cup cup cup cup tablespoon cup tablespoon cup cup cup lb tablespoon

stephen ceideburg ----STUFFING---fresh black figs fresh date coarsely chopped, lightly roasted w; alnuts ----MEAT---boar hind olive oil crushed thyme to taste salt to taste ----SAUCE---port wine zinfandel sugar chopped fresh or dried figs chopped shallots demi-glace (reduced stock) unsalted butter salt to taste

Combine stuffing ingredients in a food processor and chop coarsely. Set aside. Remove the bone from the boar hind and meticulously clean tendons and fat from inside the leg. Stuff with half the stuffing mixture and neatly reform the leg to its original shape. Using butcher's twine, truss the boar. Rub the surface of roast with a bit of olive oil; season with thyme and salt. Place on a rack in a shallow roasting pan. Roast in a 350 degree F. oven approx- imately I hour, or until the internal temperature reaches 140 degree F. Remove roast from oven and let rest 20 minutes before carving. Sauce: Combine port, Zinfandel, sugar and figs in a heavy bottomed saucepan. Cook over high heat until the mixture reaches the consistency of a conserve. Puree in a blender, and strain through a fine sieve. Set aside. Combine shallots and a splash of port in a heavy-bottomed saucepan and cook until almost dry. Add the fig-port syrup and demi-glace. Cook until reduced by half. Season with salt and whisk in butter. Carve roast and garnish each serving with a portion of the remaining stuffing, a bit of sauce and, if desired, fresh black figs. PER SERVING: 505 calories, 52 g protein, 34 g carbohydrate, 16 g fat

Page 714 (4 g saturated), 173 mg cholesterol, 127 mg sodium, 4 g fiber. From Rosemary Campiformio, St. Orres, Gualala Heidi Haughy Cusik writing in the San Francisco Chronicle, 12/18/91. Posted by Stephen Ceideburg Yield: 10 servings

ROAST WILD BOAR WITH FIG, DATE AND WALNUT STUFF

1 2 1 1 10 1 1 1 2 1 1/2 1 1 2 1 1 cup cup cup cup tablespoon cup tablespoon cup cup cup lb tablespoon

stephen ceideburg ----STUFFING---fresh black figs fresh date coarsely chopped, lightly roasted w; alnuts ----MEAT---boar hind olive oil crushed thyme to taste salt to taste ----SAUCE---port wine zinfandel sugar chopped fresh or dried figs chopped shallots demi-glace (reduced stock) unsalted butter salt to taste

Combine stuffing ingredients in a food processor and chop coarsely. Set aside. Remove the bone from the boar hind and meticulously clean tendons and fat from inside the leg. Stuff with half the stuffing mixture and neatly reform the leg to its original shape. Using butcher's twine, truss the boar. Rub the surface of roast with a bit of olive oil; season with thyme and salt. Place on a rack in a shallow roasting pan. Roast in a 350 degree F. oven approx- imately I hour, or until the internal temperature reaches 140 degree F. Remove roast from oven and let rest 20 minutes before carving. Sauce: Combine port, Zinfandel, sugar and figs in a heavy bottomed saucepan. Cook over high heat until the mixture reaches the consistency of a conserve. Puree in a blender, and strain through a fine sieve. Set aside. Combine shallots and a splash of port in a heavy-bottomed saucepan and cook until almost dry. Add the fig-port syrup and demi-glace. Cook until reduced by half. Season with salt and whisk in butter. Carve roast and garnish each serving with a portion of the remaining

Page 715 stuffing, a bit of sauce and, if desired, fresh black figs. PER SERVING: 505 calories, 52 g protein, 34 g carbohydrate, 16 g fat (4 g saturated), 173 mg cholesterol, 127 mg sodium, 4 g fiber. From Rosemary Campiformio, St. Orres, Gualala Heidi Haughy Cusik writing in the San Francisco Chronicle, 12/18/91. Posted by Stephen Ceideburg Yield: 10 servings

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ROAST WILD BOAR WITH FIG, DATE AND WALNUT STUFFING

1 2 1 1 10 1 1 1 2 1 1/2 1 1 2 1 1 cup cup cup cup tablespoon cup tablespoon cup cup cup lb tablespoon

stephen ceideburg ----STUFFING---fresh black figs fresh date coarsely chopped, lightly roasted w; alnuts ----MEAT---boar hind olive oil crushed thyme to taste salt to taste ----SAUCE---port wine zinfandel sugar chopped fresh or dried figs chopped shallots demi-glace (reduced stock) unsalted butter salt to taste

Combine stuffing ingredients in a food processor and chop coarsely. Set aside. Remove the bone from the boar hind and meticulously clean tendons and fat from inside the leg. Stuff with half the stuffing mixture and neatly reform the leg to its original shape. Using butcher's twine, truss the boar. Rub the surface of roast with a bit of olive oil; season with thyme and salt. Place on a rack in a shallow roasting pan. Roast in a 350 degree F. oven approximately 1 hour, or until the internal temperature reaches 140 degree F. Remove roast from oven and let rest 20 minutes before carving. Sauce: Combine port, Zinfandel, sugar and figs in a heavy bottomed saucepan. Cook over high heat until the mixture reaches the consistency of a conserve. Puree in a blender, and strain through a fine sieve. Set aside. Combine shallots and a splash of port in a heavy-bottomed saucepan and cook until almost dry. Add the fig-port syrup and demi-glace. Cook until reduced by half. Season with salt and whisk in butter. Carve roast and garnish each serving with a portion of the remaining stuffing, a bit of sauce and, if desired, fresh black figs. PER SERVING: 505 calories, 52 g protein, 34 g carbohydrate, 16 g fat (4 g saturated), 173 mg cholesterol, 127 mg sodium, 4 g fiber. From Rosemary Campiformio, St. Orres, Gualala Heidi Haughy Cusik writing in the San Francisco Chronicle, 12/18/91.

Page 717 Posted by Stephen Ceideburg From: Dale Shipp Date: 03 May 97 National Cooking Echo Ä Yield: 10 servings

ROAST WILD DUCK WITH ONIONS, ANCHOVIES, CAPERS AND POLENT

2 3 1 1 200 100 100 1 4 1 1 200 1 ml teaspoon small pinch ml gm gm teaspoon

sprigs of tarragon to 4 sprigs of thyme milled black pepper mallard (7fl oz) white wine vinegar (4oz) unsalted butter (4oz) pancetta or streaky bacon, t; hinly sliced onion salted anchovy fillets sugar glass white wine (7fl oz) chicken stock capers

(serves two) This sounds rather outlandish but it is a traditional Venetian recipe. Anchovies often feature in English recipes for wild duck: far from making it taste fishy, they accentuate its meatiness. The day before, or at least eight hours before cooking, place the tarragon, thyme and pepper inside the cavity of the duck and pour in half the vinegar. Pour the other half of the vinegar over the skin of the duck, cover with film or foil and leave to marinate in the fridge. If possible, turn the duck a couple of times during this period. Pour away the vinegar and smear the breasts of the duck with half the butter before covering them with the strips of bacon. Do not truss the duck as this will prevent the thighs from cooking sufficiently before the breasts are overdone. Place the duck on its back on a roasting tray and put it in a hot oven (230&deg;C/450&deg;F/Gas Mark 8). Roast for 15 minutes. Chop the onion and the anchovy fillets and stew these gently in the remaining butter in a small saucepan. When the duck is cooked, transfer it to a plate and add a pinch of sugar to the roasting dish. Warm this over the heat before pouring in the white wine. Allow to bubble up while you scrape up all the caramelised residue from the pan and then add the chicken stock. Boil and reduce by half. Then add the onion and anchovy mix. Separate the legs and breasts of the duck from the carcass and cut the breasts in half. Pour the duck juices into the sauce and then gently warm the duck pieces in the sauce. Sprinkle with capers and serve immediately, with the polenta. MM format by Manny Rothstein, 10/21/98

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Cook With Duck by Rowley Leigh, Electronic Telegraph/London Telegraph, DATE=15/October/1998 From: Manny Rothstein Yield: 2 servings Date: 31 Oct 98

ROAST WILD DUCK WITH WILD RICE AND CURRANT JELLY SAUCE

2 1 1 1 1/4 1 4 1 1 1 1 1/3 1/2 cup cup cup cup lb

ducks, cleaned and dressed butter or bacon grease salt and pepper 10-1/2 oz can beef consomme fresh mushrooms sliced and sauted cooked wild rice cooked brown rice tokay grapes for garnish current jelly sauce: jar currant jelly worchestershire sauce butter

Rub ducks with butter or bacon grease. Salt and pepper inside out. Place in covered roaster. Brown in a 500 degree oven for 30 minutes. Mound rices in the pan and top with mushrooms and pour consomme over all. Cover tightly and return to a 350 degree oven for 2 hours. Heat and slowly simmer sauce ingredients over very low heat one hour before serving time. Quarter ducks to serve. Mound rice in the center of a platter. Surround with quartered ducks and ganish with Tokay grape clusters. From: Shelley Sparks <ssparks@mailbox.arn.net> [ bakery-shoppe ] Yield: 1 servings

Page 719

ROAST WILD GOOSE W/ GARLIC, ONION AND SAGE STUFFING

1 1/4 2 2 5 14 1 1/2 3/4 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 2 1 1 1 12 1 1 3 lb cup oz tablespoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon teaspoon cup small

stuffing: unsalted butter onions, finely chopped celery stalks, diced garlic cloves, chopped bag herbed stuffing mix rubbed or ground dried sage salt dried oregano, crumbled dr