More Soulful Recipes December 4th, 2002

Publisher: Willie Crawford

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What's In This Issue:

Recipes Requested: Corn Casserole, Baked Spaghetti, Hot Dog Casserole
Recipe: Chitterlings In Pressure Cooker
Recipe Request: Lunch Room Butter Cookies
Recipe Request: Sweet Potato Pie Using Canned Sweet Potatoes and Sweet Condensed Or Regular Milk
Recipes Requested: Bean Pie, Rum Cake
Recipe Request: Deer Steaks
Recipe Request: Hen Wings
Recipes Requested: Egg Custard Pie And Peanut Butter Pie
Recipe: Ice Box Fruit Cake
Re: Southern Collard Greens
Recipe Request: Warm Carmel Sauce
Recipe: Fruit Salad
Recipe: Moist Roast Beef
Recipe Correction: Egg Bread
Recipe Request: Oatmeal Pecan Cookie
Recipe Request: Five Flavor Pound Cake
Recipe: Ice Box Fruit Cake2
Recipe Request: Deep Fried Ham Or Pork Roast
Recipe Request: Jello Shots (Shooters)
Recipe: Sweet Potato Pie

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From: Squirrelene
Subject: Recipe Requests
To: posts@chitterlings.com

I need a recipe or recipes for Corn Casserole. Would someone please
send this.
Also, I have another request. I was checking my email and was reading
the one where someone had sent a recipe for Baked Spaghetti or Hot
Dog Casserole I lost my connection to the internet and therefore, I
lost that recipe. Please re-send this for me. Thank you.

Marlene

*** Moderators Note: The email should still be in your email
box when you reconnect unless you deleted it.

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From: "Quarles, Mary B."
To: "'posts@chitterlings.com'" posts@chitterlings.com

Chitterlings in the pressure cooker.
Add no extra water, season just as you would for boiling.
Once your pressure top starts to rock back/forth start timing. DO NOT
COOK LONGER THAN 30 MINS FOR 10lbs of chitterling. If they are not
done enough for you cook longer without pressure. If you use too
much time with the pressure cooking they will be almost like mush. Good
Luck. I've found baking them in the oven is simple and gives the best
flavor.
Mary Q

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From: BerAng8
Subject: Lunch Room Butter Cookies

I got a recipe for butter cookies the other day on my E-Mail from the
chitterling sight and I made the cookies and they were terrible! My 4
year old son would'nt eat the cookies. Please can you send me another
recipe for Lunch Room Butter Cookies???

Thanks Angela Berry

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From: CPenguinE
Subject: Sweet Potatoe Pie
To: posts@chitterlings.com

Would you please send a recipe for sweet potato pie using can sweet
potatoes and sweet condensed milk or regular milk.

Thank you,
Cynthia

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From: "cheryl jones"
To: posts@chitterlings.com
Subject: Bean Pie

A coworker of mine would like the recipe for a bean pie,I have been
telling everyone at my job about the site.Also I would like a recipe
for rum cake using rum instead of rum flavoring

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From: "Butler Osborne"
To: posts@chitterlings.com
Subject: deer steaks

I need a recipe for deer steaks

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From: Curlsue29
Subject: hen wings,help

I got hen wings from the store when I mint to get chicken is there any
way to cook hen wings? I know you can't fry them I tried and it was
like rubber so what can I do?

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From: apainterwb

Subject: Need recipe for Egg custard pie and Peanut butter pie
To: posts@chitterlings.com

My grand maw ,made at least 3 egg custard pie at chirstmas the old
kind,the kind tha shook when you carried it to the table.I also need
peanut butter pie that is made with whip cream on top.
Thanks
peggy
Memphis ,Tn

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From: apainterwb

Subject: Recipe for a fruit/nut roll made with graham crackers,
cheeries and nuts
To: posts@chitterlings.com

We call this Ice Box Fruit Cake In my family, it taste like candy not
fruit cake.I look foward to this at Chirstmas.The kids can make this.
2 cup chopped nuts
1lb vanilla wafers, crumbled fine 2 tea. each cinnamon and
nut meg
1 can sweet condensed milk 1/2 coconut (opt)
1 LB mixed Christmas fruit 2 table spoons rum
(Opt)
(the kind you make fruit cake with) 1 jar red cherries,
drain juice, or buy Christmas cherries .(opt)

Add spice to crumbs,add nuts, coconut,cherries ,rum, Chirstmas fruit
and milk. Knead and shape two rolls.
Roll in powder sugar.Wrap in foil and store in refrigerator until
ready to use

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From: Charles Jackson
To: Willie posts@chitterlings.com
Subject: Soulful Recepies

Hi Willie,
Just wanted to let you know that I used your recepie for Southern
Collard Greens. They were out of sight man. They were even better the
next day. I used a very very very small amount of the crushed dried
red peppers. I would advise people not to use them because I could
taste them and I see where I could have made those greens way to hot
very easily where no one could eat them. Thanks again

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From: RALPH - Sheila COOPER
Subject: recipe please
To: posts@chitterlings.com

I would like someone to send a recipe for a warm caramel sauce that
you put over butter cake. Thanks SAC

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From: "Deborah Cook"
To: posts@chitterlings.com
Subject: Fruit Salad

This is a very easy recipe and is delicious.

2 apples any variety (1 delicious apple/1 Granny Smith)
1 large banana
1 small can of mandarin orange slices (drained)
1 small can of pineapple chunks (in pineapple juice)
1 bunch of seedless grapes
1 package sweetened, shredded coconut
1 small package of chopped walnuts (optional)
Mayonnaise

Cut up fruit into slices. Mix in the orange slices, grapes, coconut
and Mayo. Stir until of desired consistency. Not too much Mayo or it
will be too soupy. Stir in a little and if needed stir in a little
more. If you desire a larger salad add 2 of each kind of apples, 2
bananas, more grapes and 2 cans of Mandarin Orange slices. This
recipe is delicious. The first time I tried it I was reluctant because
of the Mayo, I was pleasantly surprised. I have taken it to
get-togethers and have always left with an empty bowl. Try it, you
will definitely like it.

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From: "Deborah Cook"
To: posts@chitterlings.com
Subject: Moist Roast Beef

to Gary who wants a recipe for moist roast beef. You can use the
cooking bags, they make all meats come out moist. Another thing I like
to do is put dry onion soup mix on the meat, then top with cream of
mushroom soup (this makes it moist and also makes a wonderful gravy).
cover the pan with foil or use a turkey roasting pan with a
tight-fitting lid. I have received rave reviews with the soups. when
the meat is done, remove the meat and stir a little Balsamic vinegar
and sugar into the gravy, stir and heat through. Add a little cayenne
pepper if desired. Very good way to cook roast beef.

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From: ann
Subject: correction
To: Willie posts@chitterlings.com

When I reread my recipe for egg bread I realized it
was confusing, so I am sending it again. The recipe
calls for one fourth cup oil in the batter as well as
one forth cup melted in the skillet. Egg bread is
simply corn bread made with egg instead of without
egg.

Two cups TENDA BAKE self rising cornmeal
One egg
One and one half cups buttermilk
Four tablespoons oil or bacon grease
(or follow the recipe on the cornmeal bag. I prefer
to make my corn bread with buttermilk but it takes a
little more since buttermilk is thick.)

Heat one fourth cup oil or bacon grease in eight inch
iron skillet, add the batter and cook in 350 oven
until top is brown.

If you can't find TENDA BAKE use Martha White self
rising corn meal and if you don't have the iron
skillet use an eight inch pyrex baking dish but don't
pour the batter into the hot dish. You will have to
forego that part of the recipe. Ann

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From: Lenora McMillian
Subject: Oatmeal Pecan Cookie Question
To: posts@chitterlings.com

What is the secret to baking a good, soft and chewy, oatmeal pecan
cookie?

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From: "Jackson, Rita Y."
To: "'posts@chitterlings.com'" posts@chitterlings.com
Subject: Cake

Does anyone have a tried and true recipe for a
five-flavor pound cake. Someone made one last week, but it was dry.
I like moist cakes. E-mail me with a recipe that you have tried and
is out-of-this-world good.

Rita Jackson
Rita Y. Jackson

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From: "Hoyt Bagwell"
To: posts@chitterlings.com
Subject: Ice box fruit cake

Jane Harkey ask for a recipe for fruit roll. sounds alot like ice box fruit
cake

Ice box fruit cake

1 pound box graham crackers
1- 9oz. box seedless raisins
1 cup chopped nuts
14 oz. coconut
1 jar maraschino cherries
use 1/2 jar green and 1/2 jar red for better color
1 can eagle brand milk

mix everything together in a large bowl, Putting milk in last, mix
well. pack in cracker box , loaf pan or anything to mold. Put in frig.
for a day or two then enjoy. will keep in frig weeks.

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From: Plunk123
Subject: DEEP FRIED PORK HAM OR PORK ROAST
To: posts@chitterlings.com

Also, does anyone have a recipe for DEEP FRYING A PORK HAM OR PORK
ROAST? Someone said it is something like doing a fried turkey.

Thanks,

Ethelyn

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From: Plunk123
Subject: JELLO SHOTS
To: posts@chitterlings.com

Does anyone have a recipe for: JELLO SHOTS? I think you use alcohol
in these.

Thanks,

Ethelyn

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From: "Sheryl Magee"
To: "willie" posts@chitterlings.com
Subject: Sweet Potato Pie

hope you try this recipe for sweet potato pie, it's great!

3 large sweet potatoes
1 stick butter (melted)
3/4 cup light brown sugar (packed)
1/2 cup granulated sugar
2 large eggs, beaten
1/4 cup half & half milk
3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon ground nutmeg

boil potatoes for at least 30 mins. or until soft. run under cold
water to cool. peel and mash with electric mixer. add melted butter and remaining
ingredients. Bake in pre heated oven at 350 degrees for 45 mins- 1 hr use unbaked pie
shell

Basic pie shell
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup shortening
1/3 cup ice water

sift dry ingredients in bowl, useing a fork or pastry blender,cut in
shortening mixture
resembles coarse crumbs stir in water with fork. roll on floured wax
paper. may need
more oe less water

"Ms Magee"

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