|Seafood Platter (Chefs Special)|
|by compiled master chefs of India|
This book offers you a sumptuous fare -- each recipe an easy winner. Try them on the griddle, stir-fried in a pan, or baked in an oven or tandoor ...
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Place briquettes in ... over the briquettes. Crystals will begin to grow that day. Make more salt mixture and add to garden every few days to keep it growing.
Adult supervision is ... continue to grow crystals until all liquid ... (You can make several small gardens in glass jars, dividing the liquid over them.)
Mix together. Pour over charcoal in a bowl. In several hours, coral like crystals will begin to appear. Crystals will grow until mixture is used up.
Combine water, salt, ... of food coloring. In a few days (when crystal growth stops) action may be re-started by adding a teaspoon of ammonia. NOT EDIBLE.
Put the small ... coloring here and there on the mixture. Crystals will form and grow to be a colorful garden. Starts to grow in just hours, lasts for weeks.
Spoon over bits ... the bottom of the container. Drip food coloring over garden. Use more than 1 color for a colorful effect. Now watch this garden grow.
Mix ingredients. Pour ... for a day. Crystals will cover it in an ... formation, growing and spreading every day. It will be white where no ink was used.
Mix salt, water ... for several days. Crystals will grow more everyday. Without colored ink, crystals will be white. This experiment will fascinate kids.
Pour this mixture ... of mercurochrome or food coloring over the mixture. In a few hours tiny crystal will begin to form. They will grow for a few days.
Mix salt, blueing, water, and ammonia together until salt is dissolved. Pour over charcoal in a clean glass bowl. After it starts "growing" food ...
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