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kenneth collins kenneth.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Tue Dec 28 00:16:26 EST 2004

and set aside. 
Brown the onions, celery, pepper and garlic. 
De-glaze with wine, return meat to the pan and season well. 
Stew on low fire adding small amounts of water and 
   seasoning as necessary. 
After at least half an hour, add the carrots and potatoes, 
   and simmer till root vegetables break with a fork. 
Cook a fresh pot of long grained white rice.

Pre-mie Pot Pie

When working with prematurely delivered newborns (or chicken) use sherry; 
red wine with beef (buy steak or roast, do not pre-boil). 

Pie crust (see index)
Whole fresh pre-mie; eviscerated, head, hands and feet removed
Onions, bell pepper, celery 
½ cup wine
Root vegetables of choice (turnips, carrots, potatoes, etc) cubed

Make a crust from scratch - or go shamefully to the frozen food section 
   of your favorite grocery and select 2 high quality pie crusts (you 
   will need one for the top also).
Boil the prepared delicacy until the meat starts to come off the bones. 
Remove, de-bone and cube; continue to reduce the broth. 
Brown the onions, peppers and celery. 
Add the meat then season, continue browning. 
De-glaze with sherry, add the reduced broth. 
Finally, put in the root vegetables and simmer for 15 minutes. 
Allow to cool slightly.
Place the pie pan in 375 degree oven for a few minutes so bottom crust is not soggy, 
   reduce oven to 325. 
Fill the pie with stew, place top crust and with a fork, se

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