|Christmas With Southern Living 2003|
|by Southern Living Magazine|
Revel in fresh approaches to holiday decorating and entertaining, Southern style, with Christmas with Southern Living 2003, a comprehensive guide ...
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Mix together and water tree. This will keep the needles from falling off as quickly.
Make fresh cut in tree so tree can draw up this water.
Mix salt and flour together, then add water a little at ... Hang on your tree. Note: Dough can be shaped into baskets, candle holders, or whatever you like.
Thaw frozen shrimp. ... in boiling salted water. Cover and ... greens to resemble Christmas tree. Attach shrimp ... 12. Combine all ingredients and chill.
Dissolve yeast in warm water. Stir in ... all. To form tree, place 5 ... Children may decorate with piped icing for garland and candied fruit for ornaments.
Melt caramels with water in saucepan over ... base, stack remaining balls on top of base to form a Christmas tree. Decorate with green and red gumdrops.
Make this mixture and soak the tree at least 12 hours before decorating - soak the entire time. Trees will take up to 2 gallons of water a day.
Prepare both packages ... Bring 1 cup water and butter to ... fill each by forcing almond creme filling into split through pastry tube or wax paper cone.
MICROWAVE: Microwave caramels and water in microwave safe ... base to form Christmas tree. Decorate with ... stirring until smooth. Continue as directed.
In bowl, dissolve yeast in warm water. Add milk, ... Makes 2 large trees. Sift a ... take from the oven and then sprinkle with red and green colored sugar.
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