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                          Technicolor Bean Salad
Recipe By     : Linda's Kitchen, Linda McCartney
Serving Size  : 6    Preparation Time :0:00
Categories    : Salads                           Volume 2-9, Sept 99
  Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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   2      16 oz cans    mixed beans*
     1/2  pound         green beans
   6                    green onions -- chopped (to 8)
   1      medium bunch  fresh parsley -- finely chopped
                        juice of 1/2 lemon
   2      tablespoons   wine vinegar -- (to 3 tbsp)
   1      teaspoon      sea salt
   4      large cloves  garlic -- minced
                        freshly ground black pepper
     2/3  cup           olive oil
*or equivalent of cooked dried beans such as navy, cannellini,
black-eyed peas, kidney beans, etc.    
To make the dressing, mix together the lemon juice, vinegar, salt, and 
garlic in a bowl and add lots of freshly ground black pepper.  Stirring 
all the time, dribble the olive oil so that the dressing thickens as 
you mix it.  Check the seasoning.
Drain the canned beans and rinse them.  Drain thoroughly.  Steam the 
green beans until just tender 5-6 minutes.  Toss all the beans together 
with the green onions, then add the garlic dressing and toss again.  
Sprinkle the chopped parsley over the top.  Serve at room temperature.
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Lyn Hillman ** Technicolor Bean Salad **
Posted to FareShare 9-99
Edited and/or Formated by Art Guyer
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Recipe By     : Michael McLaughlin
Serving Size  : 4    Preparation Time :7:00
Categories    : Pork                             Volume 2-9, Sept 99
  Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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   1      Tablespoon    Lemon Peel
   1      Tablespoon    Garlic Powder
   1      Tablespoon    Onion Powder
   1      Tablespoon    Chili Powder
   1      Tablespoon    Paprika
     1/2  Tablespoon    Black Pepper
     1/2  Tablespoon    Cayenne Pepper
     1/2  Tablespoon    White Pepper
   2      Tablespoons   Salt
   2      Tablespoons   Brown Sugar
   2      lg   Racks    baby back ribs
                        Your favorite BBQ sauce
Combine all dry ingredients in bowl. There will be more of this
wonderful mix than you need. Save it in a zip lock bag in a cool dark
place. You can use it on any pork with great results.
The night before you intend to serve the ribs, coat the ribs in all the
spice mix you can (until it falls off). Place ribs in zip lock bag and
put in refrigerator.
The day you wish to serve the ribs, remove them from the refrigerator
seven hours (that's right 7 hours) before you want to eat and add more
spice mix as above. Preheat your oven to 225 degrees F (THAT'S  RIGHT!
TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY FIVE DEGREES!). Six hours before serving, place
ribs on a shallow pan fat side up, cover pan tightly with aluminum foil
and place in oven. You now have five hours to make side dishes and
goodies to go with your ribs. Use this time wisely. I usually watch
After five hours, remove foil from pan, drain fat and coat both 
sides of the ribs with your favorite sauce. I like  Jalapeno-Garlic
Bar-b-que sauce, but this is definitely where you want to use YOUR
families' favorite. Continue cooking, adding more sauce in another half
hour. After six hours of "low and slow" cooking, you should be able to
pull a nice shiny rib bone right out of the rack of ribs with no meat
attached. This is when they are done. If you can't do this yet, put on
more sauce, continue to cook and tell your family that the wait will be
worth it. It will!
It took me a long time to perfect this method. It is a combination of 
common smoking knowledge, a good spice mixture, and a few tasty 
mistakes. I hope your family enjoys it as much as mine. One final note.
This REALLY IS FOOTBALL FARE! As a male cook, I plan these delectable
ribs for Sunday night, watch all the football I  want, and still get
rave reviews. Biscuits, corn on the cob, baked beans, and a little
potato salad is all it takes to have them howling for more.
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