|I Can Be a Chef (I Can Be Books)|
|by Ann Tomchek|
Explores the world of those who cook for a living, examining where they work and what they do in preparing meals for others.
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No way is ... 1/2 cup vanilla frosting in a small ... and smooth. Remove from heat and stir ... waxed paper and frost with remaining bun-colored ... pans so air can circulate around them. ... not the cake itself.
Heat oven to ... both containers of frosting. Remove and ... of first cake. Frost cakes with orange ... before assembling, trim cakes to form flat surfaces.
Heat oven to ... cake pan. Spread frosting over bottom of ... biscuit around each candy kiss. Pinch edges ... Invert onto serving plate. Yield: 20 buns.
Melt candy and 1 butter ... minutes at 350 degrees. Frosting: Boil sugar and milk to soft ball. Add butter, chips and marshmallows. Stir and spread on cake.
Heat oven to ... large bowl, combine frosting, flour, chocolate, ... 5 minutes; remove from pan. Serve warm ... cream and shaved chocolate. 16 servings.
1. Cream together butter and sugar. Add egg and vanilla and beat well. 2. Stir together flour, baking powder, salt and mace. 3. Blend into creamed ...
Cream butter and ... minutes. When cool, frost. Blend butter ... pieces for mouth and candy corn for nose and eyes. Kids love these especially on Halloween.
Melt candy bars with milk ... 3 cake pans. Bake 60 minutes at 300 degrees. FROSTING: Cook sugar and canned milk to soft boil. Add remaining ingredients.
In a medium ... minute. Remove cookies from sheet to a ... completely. ASSORTED DECORATIONS: Candy-coated milk chocolate ... chocolate caramel logs. Frost cookies with peanut butter or frosting. Trim with ... Makes about 18 cookies.
Make a sponge: ... Grease 2 Crisco cans or 2 pound ... on wire rack. Frost top with confectioner's ... length down sides of cakes. Garnish with jelly beans.
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