|Florentines: A Tuscan Feast|
|by Lorenza De'Medici|
"Florentines" is an anthology inspired by the rediscovery of Giovanna Garzoni, a miniaturist painter at the court of the Medici in the 17th century.
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Combine cherry pie ... well. Add nuts, Coke, and crushed ... package directions and add the cream cheese. Spread over top of salad, sprinkle more nuts on top.
Dissolve Jello in ... add partially frozen Coke cola, pineapple, cranberry ... until firm. Freeze cream cheese about 2 hours and grate over molded Jello.
Bring cherries, water and sugar to boil in saucepan. Add jello and food coloring. Let cool. Add Coke, pineapple and nuts. Chill as you would jello.
Drain pineapple. Bring ... in pie filling and Diet Coke. Chill until slightly thickened and then fold in pineapple. Chill until firm. Yields 8 servings.
Dissolve Jello in hot water, add Coke and lemon juice. ... cheese in small pieces, cherries and nuts. Can be placed in individual molds or 8-inch ring mold.
Heat fruit juice ... until dissolved. Add Coke. Chill until ... Break up or beat cream cheese and add to fruit and nuts. Fold into gelatin. Chill until firm.
Bring jello, sugar ... Remove from heat. Add pineapple with juice to mixture. Slowly add coke to mixture. Add walnuts and pour into dish and refrigerate.
Drain juice from ... until dissolved. Add Coke. Chill until ... cherries, pineapple and nuts to partially set gelatin. Chill until firm. Makes 4-6 servings.
Boil cherries, water, sugar to dissolve sugar, add jello, pineapple and Coke. Chill in 9 x 9 inch pan.
Dissolve Jello in heated juice of pineapple plus water enough to make 1 cup. Put cream cheese in hot Jello mixture and mix well. Add chopped ...
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