|Beard on Birds|
|by James Beard|
America's most esteemed culinary instructor, the great James Beard, shares his winning ways with chicken, turkey, goose, duck, and wild game.
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Sandwich the cake or ladyfingers with jam. Cut into pieces and arrange in glass serving dish. Moisten the cake with sherry. Arrange fruit on top. ...
Mix first 5 ... Mix powdered sugar, custard, milk, and ... chocolate and butter; spread on top. Do not use big pan as it should be thick. Cut in small squares.
Melt 1/2 cup ... 1/4 cup butter, custard powder, milk, vanilla ... filling layer. When set at room temperature, cut into squares, then refrigerate if desired.
Make Jello as ... 2 packages of custard according to directions; ... to decorate top. Any fruits in season may be substituted: strawberries, peaches, etc.
In the bottom ... to set. Make custard, cool, and ... of whipped cream. Garnish with slivered almonds, glaze cherries, rainbow mix or fruit. Serves 6-8.
Cut pound cake ... on top. Prepare custard mix according to ... custard with plastic wrap and chill. Garnish with whipped cream and reserved raspberries.
1st layer: Combine. Put in 9 inch square pan and chill for 1/2 hour. 2nd layer: Combine all ingredients, beating until smooth and fluffy, then spread ...
Place softened butter, ... the mixture resembles custard. Combine graham ... butter. While still hot, spread over second layer. Cool. Freezes well. Very rich.
Break up ladyfingers ... until set. Make custard and pour evenly ... trifle, double the ingredients. NOTE: This trifle takes two full days to make as a rule.
Available at any ... Follow directions for custard mix; set aside ... with 1" cream. Decorate with sprinkles or other decoration. Approximately 10 servings.
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