Thank you for the recipes although there may need be alternative ingredients over here. Aside for one can of it when stranded on a Guamanian beach with nothing other at hand to drink but seawater, I once used beer to boil hot dogs; my assumption, however, is that you misspelled the German-American brand, Budweiser.
Fozzer wrote:..almost forgot... and grated Cheese!
I'm pleased to see that you use 'vegetable' water, rather than the much more dangerous and common meat juices, for your gravy but which onion are you chopping -- bulb or scallion?
Our more common domestic powdered gravy mixes are McCormick and Knorr; however, imported by Epicure via nearby WalMart:
Bisto Vegetable Gravy Granules (170g)
Current Price: $8.61
List Price: $9.83
Bisto Gravy Granules, Red 6.0 oz (Pack of 2)
Current Price: $13.42
[170 grams = @ 6 oz]
My Onions come in two; "flavours"; either White or Red!...>>>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onion
Onions and Garlic make up much of my daily intake of vegetables, together with boiled Potatoes, Carrots, Parsnips, Leeks, Sliced Peppers, Peas, and Spring Greens (contain lots of Iron)!
They all make lovely water, ready for my Gravy!
Anything in the Onion Family is very good for the workings of the Stomach!....>>>> https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/howto/guide ... cus-onions
Budweiser: German BudViser Beer...like German Volks-Vaagen motor cars, which are both Vunderful!....
Paul...fry-up for Tea!..
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