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Cooking with Jasmine; Eggs Recipes - Cooking With Series #4 - cover

Cooking with Jasmine; Eggs Recipes - Cooking With Series #4

Jasmine Anderson

Publisher: NutritionAndDietPlus

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Welcome to Cooking with Jasmine, the series.  In the series you will find my favorite, simple and delicious recipes.   
Don't hesitate and jump in... 
Here is just a taste of the recipes that you will find inside: 
Included Recipes:To Preserve Eggs : Egging and CrumblingShirred Eggs : Mexicana : On a Plate : de Lesseps : Meyerbeera la Reine : au Miroir : a la Paysanne : a la Trinidad : RossiniBaked in Tomato Sauce : a la Martin : a la Valenciennes : Fillets : a la Suissewith Nut-Brown Butter : Timbales : Coquelicot : Suzette : en CocotteSteamed in the Shell : Bird's Nests : Eggs en Panade : Egg Pudding : a la Bonne FemmeTo Poach Eggs : Eggs Mirabeau : Norwegian : Prescourt : CourtlandLouisiana : Richmond : Hungarian : Nova Scotia : LakmeMalikoff : Virginia : Japanese : a la Windsor : BuckinghamPoached on Fried Tomatoes : a la Finnois : a la Gretina : a L'Imperative : with Chestnutsa la Regence : a La Livingstone : Mornay : Zanzibar : Monte Bello : a la BourbonBernaise : a la Rorer : Benedict : To Hard-Boil : CreoleCurried : Beauregard : Lafayatte : Jefferson : Washington : au GratinDeviled : a la Tripe : a l'Aurore : a la Dauphin : a la BennettBouilli : Scalloped : Farci : Balls : Deviled SaladJapanese Hard : en Marinade : a la Polonnaise : a la Hyde : a la Vinaigrettea la Russe : Lyonnaise : Croquettes : Chops : Plain ScrambledScrambled with Chipped Beef : Scrambled with Lettuce : Schrambled with Shrimps : with Fresh Tomatoeswith Rice and Tomato : with Asparagus Tips : Egg Flip 
Omeletswith Asparagus Tips : with Green Peas : Havana : with Tomato Sauce : with Oysterswith Sweetbreads : with Tomatoes : with Ham : with Cheese : with Fine HerbsSpanish : Jardiniere : with Fresh Mushrooms : O'Brien : with Potatoes 
Sweet OmeletsOmelet a la Washington : with Rum : Swiss Souffle : a la Duchesse : Souffle 
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