|Roman Food Poems (None)|
|by Alistair Elliot|
It is quite bizarre that a culture so besotted with food and all things relating to the stomach and the senses should have left but one cookery book.
Results 1 - 10 of 188 for cream of tartar playdough
Put all ingredients ... doughy lump. Put playdough on wax paper ... in a sealed container. Then you can have fun making neat things with your playdough.
Mix dry ingredients ... Store in an airtight container. The playdough will keep four to six weeks and will lose its greasiness after the first or second use.
Kool-Aid Playdough: Dissolve Kool-Aid ... Add other ingredients and mix together. Mixture should congeal but not be sticky. Store in airtight container.
Combine all ingredients ... until the consistency of mashed potatoes. Remove ... knead for 2 to 3 minutes. Keeps well for months in airtight containers.
Mix all together in a saucepan over medium heat. Stir constantly. Mixture will clump together as it cooks. Dump out on table and knead. Store in ...
Mix all ingredients together. Cook and stir over medium heat, about 5 minutes, until mixture starts to "gel." If desired, knead in food color. Store ...
Mix dry ingredients. ... a few drops of food color until playdough is smooth. Ready for hours of play. Store in airtight jar or bowls. Keeps for months.
Mix. Stir over slow heat until mixture becomes thick (2 to 4 minutes). Let it cool a little, then knead for 5 minutes while still warm. You can make ...
Mix the dry ingredients together in a saucepan. Mix oil and water, then pour slowly into dry ingredients. Cook over very low heat until the mixture ...
Combine flour, salt and cream of tartar. Mix liquid ... smooth, cook over medium heat. Stir constantly until ball forms. Remove from heat. Knead until smooth.
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