On Sun, 15 Feb 2009 14:13:23 -0800 (PST), Lynn from Fargo
<[email protected]> wrote:
>Looking for a recipe from the Betty Crocker International Cookbook.
>The dish is Glazed Parsnips and Carrots or Glazed Carrots and
>Parsnips. I've eaten it a dozen times, but never made it and my
>friend lost her copy (she's in the middle of a really nasty divorce).
>It is made with either apple juice or orange juice (concentrate?) I
>think. It also has brown sugar and spices like cloves etc.
>I remember that the book is red - like the other large BC Cookbooks -
>but has photos of ethnic dishes on the cover. Any help would be
>appreciated I am, of course, googling too; but anyone with a copy of
>the book would be wonderful.
>Lynn in Fargo
The recipe is not in that book. Parsnips are not listed in the index
at all. There are 2 recipes for carrots, one for honeyed and one for
glazed. Neither use apple or orange juice.
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