|Cooking and Dining in Medieval England|
|by Peter Brears|
The history of medieval food and cookery has received a fair amount of attention from the point of view of recipes (of which many survive) and of ...
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Using TV dinner trays or your children's play dishes, arrange foods from the above listed food groups (or use your imagination) on the trays. ...
Combine first 3 ingredients, mixing well; stir in coconut and orange rind. Serve dip with assorted fresh fruit.
Combine, cover, and refrigerate until chilled. Serve with an assortment of fruit and crackers.
Place all ingredients ... Serve with fresh fruit. Store in airtight container in refrigerator. Yield: About 1 1/3 cup dip. About 14 calories per tablespoon.
Let cream cheese set until it ... a blender, put cottage cheese, cream cheese, ... for 3-4 hours. Dip will thicken. Fruit to serve: Apples, ... on tray just before serving
Blend cottage cheese in a blender or mash with a fork until fairly smooth. Add remaining ingredients and blend well. Serve with vegetables or fruit.
Mix all ingredients except fruits in blender until ... To serve, mound cheese dip in small bowl ... for baking potatoes. Just add 1 teaspoon garlic salt.
Place cottage cheese in blender. Cover ... 1 hour. Transfer dip to small serving ... with assortment of fruit cut up into bite-size pieces around the dip.
Mix all ingredients except fruits in blender until ... To serve, mound cheese dip in small bowl ... dipping, 2 2/3 cups dip (50 calories per 1/3 cup; fruits.
Place all ingredients ... consistency. Serve with bite-size pieces of fresh fruit, such as ... strawberries, grapes, prunes, apples, winter pears, and melon.
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