|by Marion Bennion|
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Simmer and strain brown sauce ingredients. Chill and remove any fat. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Truss the birds with strong thread. Cook brown ...
PUDDING: Combine eggs, sugar, milk, cream, melted butter, vanilla, currants and nutmeg in a bowl; whisk to blend well. Pour the mixture over bread ...
Mix cornstarch and sugar in sauce pan. Add water and salt. Stir until smooth. Add berries and lemon juice. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer ...
Rinse, drain and hull or clean berries. You should have a scant 2 cups, cleaned. Puree berries along with remaining ingredients in a blender or food ...
Cook berries and sugar over low heat until sugar dissolves. Mix lemon juice and corn starch together; add to fruit. Cook until sauce is clear, ...
Combine berries and ... and add to berry mixture. Increase heat ... Yield: 1 1/3 cups. Serve on cinnamon French toast or whatever inspires your imagination.
Combine sugar and cornstarch in saucepan; stir in water till smooth. Add 1 cup berries, lemon, and desired spice. Cook until clear and thickened, ...
Sauce for fruit ... together cornstarch and cognac until smooth. Add berry mixture and cook over low heat, stirring ... until it is clear and thickened.
We are fortunate ... to remove the berry seeds. Chill thoroughly. ... of four stemmed goblets or sherbet glasses. Pour the raspberry sauce over. Serves 4.
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 ...
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