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Ruth Chris Creamed Spinach

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this recipe is donated from Ruth Chris here is the story of Uncle Martin

They call it

Uncle Martin's Creamed Spinach

3 pounds frozen spinach

1/4 pound butter

1/2 cup flour

1-1/2 teaspoons  salt

1/4 teaspoon white pepper

1 quart half and half

Dash nutmeg

Thaw spinach completely. Boil spinach for 10 minutes and drain, pressing water out of spinach

Melt butter in pot and add flour. Let cook on high heat for about 3 minutes as you stir.

Add 1 pint of half and half, mix in the spinach, then add remainder of half and half and nutmeg. Serve.



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