|Chocolate: The Consuming Passion|
|by Sandra Boynton|
A New York Times bestseller with over a half-million copies in print, CHOCOLATE continues to delight chocoholics everywhere.
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Combine the above ... microwave casserole. Mix well; cover. Microwave on full power for 6 minutes. Stir and repeat until tender. This applesauce freezes well.
Trim rhubarb and ... Peel and core apples and cut into ... soft, 20-25 minutes. Stir in the nutmeg. Serve the applesauce warm, room temperature or cold.
Put very little water in bottom of saucepan. Add apple slices. Cover and bring to boil. Reduce heat to low and cook until desired doneness. Add sugar ...
Peel, core and thinly slice the apples into 3 quart ... (the secret to success). Stir well; put into 3 to 4 pint freezer containers. Cover, seal and freeze.
Peel and chop apples. Combine apples, ... red color. Good with pork chops or pork roast. Applesauce may be stored in refrigerator and served hot or cold.
Pour the cream ... bowl. Add the maple syrup and beat until stiff. Fold in the applesauce. Divide into individual serving bowls and dust tops with cinnamon.
Halve, core and peel apples. Cut each ... mash apples into liquid. Allow applesauce to cool to room temperature and serve or refrigerate first if desired.
Peel apples, then slice. ... tender. Use a potato masher to mash apples. Add sugar--about 1 1/2 c., to your own taste. Add cinnamon; heat for 5 minutes.
Wash, core, and slice apples. Put in ... water. Bring to boil. Reduce heat and simmer until apples are tender. Pour through strainer into a bowl and chill.
Wash apples. Cut into ... or the juice. Simmer for a moment. Let cool and pour into a glass or porcelain container, cover with Saran Wrap and refrigerate.
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