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Sep 25, 2010
Thank you, Christopher Idone for the Glorious American Food cookbook. I bought it in the early 80's and have loved it because of the history, beautiful pictures and of course, recipes. However, on this website, you for got to say when to add the veges to the pot. In the book it says to add them after the 30 min. of simmering the liquids and to simmer all for 10 min. Just as a comment, I have given this to friends and family for Christmas gifts and my brother thinks it is the BEST corn relish they have ever tasted.
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