|Feast of Christmas|
|by Paul Levy|
Why do we eat turkey for Christmas? The French eat white sausage too, and some go on to 13 desserts.
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Combine cinnamon, cloves and ... on top of ornament. Place on ... More glue and applesauce may need to be added to obtain desired consistency to roll out.
STEP 1: MAKING ... Mix 2 parts cinnamon to 1 part ... for beauty. STORAGE: Store in a dry area. USES: Decorate Christmas trees, gifts, sell at craft shops.
NOTE: THESE ARE ... Mix applesauce and cinnamon together to form ... in 150 degree oven. Leave the door ajar with a pot holder. Dry 8 hours or overnight.
In medium bowl, combine cinnamon, cloves and ... in top of ornament. Place cut out ornaments on wire rack ... ornaments to decorate gifts, hang on tree, etc.
These are tree ... eating. Mix the cinnamon and applesauce. Dust ... decorations. Place cut ornaments on a flat ... fragrance to every room in the house.
Blend cinnamon a little at ... too thin, the ornaments will break. After ... cooling, decorate with ribbons, beads, etc. for a really neat Christmas ornament.
Mix applesauce and cinnamon together to form ... air dry several days, turning occasionally. If you prefer they may be baked at 150 degrees for 5-6 hours.
Combine ingredients. Work ... Use cookie cutters (Christmas type). Let air ... out. Be sure to put hole in ornament to hang it with prior to drying process.
Mix spices. Blend ... wire exposed. Let ornaments dry uncovered 4-5 ... sealed plastic bags until ready for use. Yield: 25 small or 18 medium sized ornaments.
Mix all spices ... shapes. Gently transfer ornaments to an ungreased ... completely dry, store in sealed plastic bag or air tight container until ready to use.
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