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Chicken Salad Dressing

  • 1/2 cup rich chicken stock
  • 1/2 cup vinegar
  • Yolks 5 eggs
  • 2 tablespoons mixed mustard
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper
  • Few grains cayenne
  • 1/2 cup thick cream
  • 1/3 cup melted butter
Reduce stock in which a fowl has been cooked to one-half cupful. Add vinegar, yolks of eggs slightly beaten, mustard, salt, pepper and cayenne. Cook over boiling water, stirring constantly until mixture thickens. Strain, add cream and melted butter, then cool.
Submitted by Cassyjean - Torrington, CT Aug 17, 2009 15 min 30 min 45 min

Chicken stock

  • Chicken stock is high in gelatin which provides a significant amount of protein
  • Chicken stock is good for digestion and provides a boost of calcium and minerals
  • Some culinary experts recommend softening the chicken bones with vinegar and water before making chicken stock
  • Chicken stock can be made with water, chicken bones (and other parts), onions, celery, salt, pepper
  • Chicken stock is often frozen in ice cube trays or plastic containers until needed for future cooking use
  • Culinary experts use chicken stock for a variety of things including vegetable dishes, rice, soup, and chicken entrees
  • Chicken stock differs from chicken broth in that the stock is usually made from bony parts of the chicken

Mustard

  • The mustard seed is referenced in The Bible - in the Book of Matthew
  • The R.T. French company introduced vibrant yellow mustard at the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis where it was served with hot dogs
  • Dijon, France was considered the nexus of mustard making in the 13th century
  • Mustard paste was not a popular ingredient in ancient Greece or Rome, but the French used mustard in a variety of ways
  • It is rumored that Ben Franklin brought Mustard to the United States
  • Alexander the Great sent a bag of mustard seeds to intimidate Darius the King of Persia, implying that his troops were numerous and full of fire
  • You can make your own mustard by grinding and mixing the seeds with water and vinegar
  • Mustard can help to prevent rheumatoid arthritis because it contains selenium and magnesium
  • Yellow mustard has a high glucosinolate content which our body converts into converted into cancer fighting isothiocyanates

Cayenne

  • Some people with shingles apply cayenne pepper to the skin to alleviate the nerve pain
  • Many people use cayenne pepper to help the digestive system
  • When applied to the skin, cayenne pepper (and other chili peppers) can inhibit pain nerves
  • The cayenne pepper is a chili pepper also known as the Capsicum family
  • The name "cayenne" was derived from the South American country where it was discovered - French Guiana

Vinegar

  • Apple cider vinegar can help the skin: Eczema, aging spots, and sunburn
  • Some people drink apple cider vinegar with water to help with digestion
  • Hannibal used vinegar to crack large boulders when passing through the Alps
  • If you leave juice or cider exposed to the air for over a week, it will naturally change to vinegar
  • The word "vinegar" comes from a french phrase meaning sour wine
  • Vinegar can be derived from rice, beer, apples, wine, and barley
  • Vinegar is made through a fermentation process where sugar changes to alcohol and then oxidizes

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