|by Hilary Biller|
Aimed at the novice as well as the more experienced cook, this book includes over 120 recipes for sauces and dressings, egg dishes, poultry, meat,...
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Cream cheese, and butter; ... refrigerator. Put wax and chocolate chips in double boiler; mix well. Leave over hot water; dip balls and lay on waxed paper.
Bake about an hour at 350 degrees.
Combine all ingredients ... Dip cold, firm fondant eggs in cooled ... tablespoonful each of cream cheese and potatoes. Add ... subtract the peanut butter.
Yield: 250 leaves or 180 roses. Mix cream cheese and flavor. Add ... Unmold at once onto waxed paper. Dry top side, invert and dry. May take several hours.
Melt a giant size chocolate bar in the top of a double boiler. Mix candy together, place by spoonfuls (in the shape of small balls). Dip the candy ...
In a large bowl place cream cheese. Add powdered ... to dry. Variations: Fondant may be colored ... immediately onto a piece of foil. Allow to dry completely.
Mix cream cheese and flavor. Add ... batch at this time. Mix in sugar, kneading with hands until consistency of stiff pie dough. You may need more sugar.
To make filling, ... chocolate and paraffin in top of double boiler. Dip frozen fondant in melted chocolate. Chill. Fondant can be tinted pink or green.
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