|by Bonnie Tandy Leblang|
This book contains a wealth of advice on buying, storing, and preparing this healthful and versatile dietary staple.
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Mix in order given. Add soda and salt to flour before adding to sugar and shortening mixture. Bake in loaf pan at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Cook 2 ...
Sift together in a large mixing bowl: Flour (sifted), baking powder, sugar, soda, and salt. Add and beat 2 minutes at medium speed: Softened ...
Stir boiling water into strawberry Jello, using large bowl, stirring until completely dissolved. Drain strawberries, saving syrup. Puree strawberries ...
Combine first 5 ingredients; reserve 1/2 cup. To remaining flour, add egg, buttermilk, soda, vanilla, and salt. Mix thoroughly. Pour into 9 x 13 inch ...
Cake: Beat 8 ... Cut cake across 3 times (be sure it's cool and use a serrated knife for best results). Fill and ice with Charlotte filling. Refrigerate.
Mix cake according to directions. ... and pour over cake. When cool spread with 8 ounce Cool Whip and sprinkle 1 ounce coconut over. Refrigerate one day.
Dissolve Knox gelatin ... up angel food cake into chunks and ... hours. Garnish with fresh orange slices if desired. This is a very light. refreshing dessert.
You also need ... garnishes (optional). Prepare cake mix using the ... church freezer and sell them at 25 cents each to children during our coffee hour.
Take a pound cake, trim the ... sides of a charlotte mold, pressing it ... This exquisite dessert has a delicacy of flavor far superior to Charlotte Rousse.
Makes 1 (9 inch) cake. Decorate the ... of 9 inch charlotte mold or bowl. ... mold. Fill top of cake with fruit, then brush fruit with melted apple jelly
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