|A Taste of Africa|
|by Dorinda Hafner|
Spiced with color photos, history, and folktales, Dorinda Hafner--widely known for her PBS-TV cooking show--presents recipes from African and beyond.
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1. Take favorite ... ice cream into pie crust until about ... 3. Chop favorite candy, nuts and/or ... filling pie rust. Heat sauce and add just before serving.
Loop pie cleaner over and under crook of candy cane and twist once ... shape antlers. Glue on eyes and pom pom nose. Hang on tree by crook of candy cane.
Put cold water ... mixture. Fold in candy and nuts. Whip ... filling. Pour into pie shell and refrigerate ... garnish with whipped cream and shaved chocolate.
Stir chocolate with water over low heat until melted, cool. Beat cream cheese and sugar until smooth; add chocolate. Fold in 3 1/2 cups Cool Whip. ...
Mix chocolate crumbs ... 9 inch glass pie pan. Press crumb ... half the crushed candy canes over the ice ... sprinkle rest of crushed peppermint candy on top.
Heat sour cream ... Spread 1/3 of pie filling (or fruit) ... Curve to form cane. Bake 15-20 ... water. If icing is too stiff, stir in few drops of water.
Melt chocolate over ... add beaten eggs, melted chocolate and beat well. Pour into graham cracker crust. Top with whipped cream and crushed candy canes.
Melt above ingredients ... butter. Pat into pie plate and set ... is ready for the filling mixture. When doubled, this recipe fits in a 9 x 13 inch pan.
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