|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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Drain peaches, reserving syrup. ... honey, pumpkin pie spice and vanilla. Add ... reserved syrup (from can). Cook over ... pie crust with peach mixture. Dot with ... until deep golden brown.
Sterilize 6 pint ... dissolve sugar. Peel peaches; stick 2 ... cinnamon stick from syrup to each jar. Fill each with hot syrup and seal. Yield: 6 pints.
Peel and pit about 3 pounds soft ripe peaches. Chop very ... desired combination of spices. Add 1/4 ... glasses. Paraffin at once. makes 11 (6 ounce) glasses.
Put peaches in 9 x ... pan; sprinkle with spices and stir in ... butter; drizzle over top off all. Bake at 400 degrees for 45-50 minute, or until brown.
A splendid accomplice ... one-dish dinners. Place peaches in a shallow ... butter, brown sugar, spice and lemon rind. ... on how many peach halves are in the cans. Bonus: Serve ... syrupy but more caramelized.
Grease bottom of ... of pan. Drain peaches (save juice) and ... and stir into peach juice (add enough ... (about 25 minutes). Almost as good as Grandma's.
Drain juice from both cans of peaches into saucepan. Add sugar, vinegar and pickling spices. Bring to ... This dish will last for ages in the refrigerator.
May be purchased in cans in grocery stores. May use canned pie filling also. ... butter. Cool. PINEAPPLE, PEACH OR CANNED APRICOT: ... lightly, cool on racks.
Spread pie filling ... High. Serve with Cool Whip or whipped cream. For fruitier dessert use 2 cans pie filling. Make the same way as the cherry cake recipe.
Take square casserole ... and add 2 cans of pie filling ... muffin mix mixture is done. Take out of oven. Serve hot or cold with ice cream or Cool Whip.
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