|First You Take a Leek|
|by Virginia Carroll|
Filled with personal anecdotes and humour, this little cookbook, first published in 1969, contains not only wonderful recipes, such as Potato-Leek...
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Grease 3 (9" ... fill layers with Creme de Menthe filling. Garnish top with chocolate shavings if desired. Whip all filling ingredients together until stiff.
Combine butter, 1 ... Stir in the Creme de Menthe. Fold the ... mixture until no white streaks remain. Sprinkle with reserved chocolate wafer mixture. Chill.
Add marshmallows to cream and cook over low until melted. Stir. Set pan in cold water and stir until cool. Blend in liquors and 6 drops food color. ...
Cut cake in ... occasionally. When well mixed, remove from heat and cool. Add creme de cacao, creme de menthe and salt. When ... cold, fold in whipped cream.
Place marshmallows and milk in top of double boiler. Cook over hot water until marshmallows are melted; cool. Stir in liquers and salt. Chill until ...
Mix together and ... Mix together: Stir creme de menthe and marshmallow together. ... top and freeze. Remove from freeze 10 to 15 minutes before serving.
For Cake: Cream ... Cream powdered sugar, creme de menthe and butter; spread ... sufficient. Variations: ORANGE TORTE: Add 1 ... butter in place of butter.
Mix together. Bake 350 degrees, 30-35 minutes in 9x13 greased, floured pan. Cool. Melt and cool. Spread on cake. FREEZE.
Combine cookie crumbs ... Chill. Combine marshmallow creme and milk, mixing ... if using creme de menthe. Fold in ... sprinkle with remaining crumbs. Freeze.
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