|Wayne Loves Custard|
A humorous and tender story of two pre-teen children. Wayne is staying with his squeaky-clean Aunt Celia and subdued Uncle Ronald, and it seems li...
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Make a regular custard. Put the ... using a juicy berry like blackberry, either ... milk in the custard. Don't bake custard in as hot an oven as other pie.
Cream butter. Add ... and bake at 400 degrees for 15 minutes then at 350 degrees for another 15 minutes or until custard is firm. Cool well before cutting.
Mix together well first five ingredients. Stir into rhubarb and if you like berries. Bake at 450 degrees for 10 minutes then reduce temperature to ...
In medium bowl, dissolve jello in hot water, stirring well. Stir in berries and juice. Chill until partially set - about 2 hours. Add egg whites and ...
Crumble Swiss roll ... the juice. Mix custard powder and sugar ... nuts or chocolate chips. Birds custard can be purchased at The British Pantry in Redmond.
Combine sugar, cornstarch ... then spread with custard to cover. Then ... berries, etc. End with the custard. Garnish with strawberries and (or) whipped cream.
Combine cornstarch, 1/2 cup sugar, 1/8 teaspoon salt and well-beaten egg yolks. Add juice, slowly stirring until smooth. Cook, stirring constantly ...
Mix sugar, butter, egg yolks, flour and milk; mix well. Beat egg whites until they form peaks. Put rhubarb and strawberries in a 9-inch pie shell. ...
Rennett can be found in large grocery stores. Save some milk to mix with flour. Heat rest of milk to 85 to 90 degrees. Then add flour to warm milk. ...
For Meringue: In ... well wrapped. For Custard: Heat milk ... custard, top with remaining berries. Garnish with optional chocolate and pecans. Serves 6 to 8.
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