|The Kitchenware Book|
|by Steve Ettlinger|
A catalog-style guide to kitchen items features entries for more than seven hundred items, discussing cooking tools, storage bins, kitchen kisch, ...
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The best ham salad recipe ever developed... ... grinder. Add pepper and mayonnaise and stir until blended. Serve on toast (preferably sourdough), and enjoy!
Cut up apples and pour can of pineapple on top. Add nuts. In separate bowl, mix egg, sugar, flour and vinegar. Fold in Cool Whip. Drain juice off ...
Mix pineapple and juice, marshmallows, jello, and candy in bowl. Stir ... Garnish top with red and green cherries. Set in freezer in cupcake papers and freeze.
Mix flour, sugar, pineapple and juice, egg, apple cider and vinegar together in saucepan. Stir over medium heat until thickened. Refrigerate until ...
Dissolve candy in boiling water. ... powder. Stir until dissolved, then add applesauce. Mayonnaise mixed with Cool Whip is a delicious dressing for this salad.
Mix flour, sugar, pineapple with juice, egg and vinegar in a small pan. Stir over medium heat until thick. Cool. Fold mixture into whipped topping, ...
Cut up apples into small chunks. Add broken pieces of frozen candy bars. Mix with Cool Whip. Serve.
Beat together. 5 or 6 Hershey almond bars (slivered with knife) 2/3 pkg. miniature marshmallows Can be frozen.
Combine gelatin in ... water. Stir cinnamon candy in 1/2 cup ... gelatin. Cool until partially set; add apples, nuts and celery. Chill until firm. Serves 8-12.
Heat pineapple juice, egg, sugar, vinegar and cornstarch stirring constantly. Bring to boil. Set aside to cool. When cool add Cool Whip and stir ...
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