Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Encyclopedia Repulsica, vol. 4 (Des-Eas)

We're still trudging through the alphabetical world of the Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking series. Today, we're taking on portions of two letters in Volume 7: Des-Eas.

'Ever thought to use an orange as a vase?' Luckily, the elusive 'Family Circle' has, and this is just one more brilliant idea from their collective!

Spinach Mousse and Ladyfingers

From the 'Dinners in a Dish and/or a Dash' section: Poulet Marengo. All over the floor of the post office in Leytonstone. I'm sorry, I saw the name of this dish, and I couldn't help making a comment related to the brilliant Garth Marenghi's Darkplace that is neither funny nor relevant (the comment, not the show).

'Arroz Con Cerdo is that 'something different' dish.' That does sound promising!

'Bologna is available in single pieces as well as cold cuts. Try this unique recipe for Baked Bologna Jubilee.' I suspect this would make a splendid Easter dinner!

Great tip: 'When making Twin Meat Pie, simmer enough extra veal and pork to be able to make showy Jellied Meat Loaf.'


Lushie Peach said...

You just don't see the words "bologna" and "jubilee" together enough anymore.

Maria said...

Not since Oscar Meyer's diamond jubilee in 1989!