|Bridge Over Britain|
|by Tom Bridge|
Master chef and food historian Tom Bridge takes to the road to explore regional food traditions in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
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Melt almond according to package directions. Add everything and drop by spoonfuls.
Melt almond bark. Add remaining ingredients. Mix well. Drop by ... cookie sheet. Cool and place in covered container. These make a good Christmas confection.
Mix dry ingredients and ... chocolate over. Mix well and drop by spoonfuls onto waxed paper or teflon cookie sheet. Let cool and store in covered container.
Melt chocolate in ... Add the peanut butter and pour over the cereal mixture and nuts. Mix well. Spoon onto waxed paper. Let set until the candy hardens.
Mix all together. Store in closed container.
Put white almond bark ... about 2 minutes. Mix the other ingredients in large bowl. Pour white almond over mixture and spoon out on wax paper until dry.
Put the first four ingredients in a bowl. Melt almond bark in double boiler; pour over the rest of mixture. Spoon onto wax paper.
Melt bark candy ... boiler until melted. Mix mixed nuts, peanuts ... wax paper with a tablespoon and let cool until set, then store in airtight container.
Melt bark in ... oven or microwave. Mix cereals, nuts and ... Pour bark over and mix until all is well coated. Drop by tablespoon on waxed paper. Let set.
Layer in a ... follows: butter, cake mix (dry), marshmallows, chocolate ... for 25 minutes. Cut around edge of pan while still warm so bars don't stick.
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