|Bodyfoods for Busy People|
|by Jane Clarke|
This title aims to show how even those with the most hectic lifestyle can eat foods that will nurture and energise them.
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Note! Important that ... ball stage. Add dates and vanilla; blend. ... Refrigerate until hard. When hard, cut into slices and enjoy! Thank you mom. . Watkins
In a heavy ... Add cherries and dates. Continue to ... amount of the candy is dropped into ... wrapped in the cloth, refrigerate until firm enough to slice.
Boil sugar and ... package of pitted dates and let cook ... towel, put the candy on it and ... about 2-3 inches wide. Cut into slices before completely cool.
Cook sugar, milk, and dates together until it ... nuts and vanilla; beat until you can hardly scrape from pan. Pour in wet towel and roll. Leave until cold.
Cook sugar, milk and dates over a low ... into a long roll. Roll it up and put in refrigerator. When set up and completely cold, slice in 1/4 inch slices.
Mix sugar and ... soft ball on candy thermometer. Do not ... 1 pound of dates. Stir and ... in a cold cloth, roll into a loaf. Let stand overnight. Slice.
Combine sugar, milk, dates, and butter. ... until very thick. Pour in a thin strip on a towel that is slightly damp. Roll up and leave until cool. Slice.
Mix dates, sugar, butter, ... hands to roll. Roll in coconut; place on ungreased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees until lightly browned. Yield: 3 dozen.
Mix sugar, dates, milk and ... long) Beat until thick. Add nuts. Pour on damp cloth and shape into loaf. Slice when cool. Should be kept in refrigerator.
Mix 2 cups ... Add 1 cup dates. Cook to ... into long roll and wrap in waxed paper or damp cloth. Let stand until cold. Remove cloth and cut into slices.
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