|The Walnut Cookbook|
|by Jean-Luc Toussaint|
Booksellers have come to count on us for lovely books that explore and celebrate the culinary basics -- from chiles to Parmigiano -- and this gorg...
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In a heavy-bottom saucepan, combine sugar, cream of tartar, salt and milk. Cook to soft ball stage (238°F on a candy thermometer). Stir frequently to ...
Mix sugar, butter, ... Add vanilla and black walnut pieces to taste. ... this into "Pecan Fudge" use maple ... maple flavoring and pecan pieces to taste.
Cook until soft ball forms in cold water. Remove from fire. Add 1 tablespoon butter (butter) and 1 teaspoon vanilla. Cool. Beat until thick and holds ...
Combine sugar, water, vinegar, and salt in saucepan. Heat slowly, stirring constantly, until sugar dissolves. When dissolved, cook rapidly without ...
Mix first four ingredients in a 3 quart saucepan. Cook over medium heat to 240 degrees (236 degrees is soft ball stage). Remove from heat and cool. ...
Combine pudding, butter ... sugar. Hand beat until smooth. Add walnuts and vanilla. Spread in 8 inch square dish. Let stand until cold, cut into squares.
Melt chocolate in double boiler. Stir in milk, nuts, vanilla and cook 5 minutes. Pour into buttered dish and chill until firm enough to cut.
Cream the butter ... milk. Add the black walnuts, then eggs ... beat until thickened. Spread on cake and sprinkle walnuts between layers and on top of cake.
Mix first 4 ingredients in 6 quart kettle. Stir frequently until it boils, then cover with lid 1 to 2 minutes to wash sugar from edges of pan. ...
Combine sugar, salt, and sour cream. Cook stirring occasionally to soft balls stage (236 degrees). Add butter. Cool at room temperature without ...
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