|Pizza: Grill It, Bake It, Love It!|
|by Mark Scarbrough|
Pizza lovers, rejoice! Bestselling cookbook authors Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough are back with an exciting new collection of ninety classi...
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Mix salt, water and oil. Add flour. After shaping, the clay can be baked at 250 degrees for several hours.
Mix together. You ... coloring and roll the clay and cut it with cookie cutters. You can bake it or dry it in the sun. You can also paint the clay figures.
After shaping, clay can be baked at 250 degrees for several hours.
Part Two - ... about 1/3 with baking soda. 6. In ... "lava" with a paper towel and let the volcano dry for another day, you can re-explode your volcano.
Combine ingredients in ... on medium until clay forms. Knead when cool. Form figures, bake for 1 hour ... beads - use straws to make holes before drying.
Mix soda and ... damp cloth. When clay is cool enough ... ready to use. Store in a sealed, plastic bag. Clay may be dried and painted with tempera paint.
Cook over medium heat until thick, stirring often. Allow to cool (on waxed paper). Then knead to expel air bubbles. Drops of food coloring can be ...
Mix ingredients together. Keep in jar with cover.
Preparation: 20 minutes. ... damp cloth. When clay is cool enough ... Store clay in a sealed, plastic bag. Clay may be dried and painted with tempera paint.
In medium saucepan, stir together cornstarch and baking soda. Add water ... surface until smooth and pliable. Store in airtight container in cool place.
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