|The New Art of Making Beer|
|by Raymond Hull|
Long before gourmet beer was in style, Stanley Anderson was writing about the hops, yeast, and malt trade.
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Combine flour and ... ball of stiff dough. Knead 10 ... but smooth. Oven art can be a ... or small. Everything you need is setting on your kitchen shelf.
In bowl mix ... using fingers. Shape dough in all sorts ... sheet for at least 1 hour. Thick pieces may take longer. Great for making Christmas ornaments.
Blend together the ... a time. Knead dough 7-10 minutes until ... If air bubbles occur, stick with a needle while baking. Use model paints for decorating.
Remove crusts from bread. Add 3 tablespoons white glue, increasing according to needs. Mix well in small bowl. Mold or shape into anything you wish. ...
Pour hot water over salt and mix for 1 minute. Add flour, stir until absorbed. Knead until smooth and pliable. Use food coloring to color. Can be ...
Mix water and ... If light brown dough is desired, stir ... craft spray. DOUGH ART HINTS: When attaching ... finished dough sculpture pieces to another surface.
"Bake Some Neat Dough Ornaments!" 1. In ... the shape before baking. Unused dough can be stored in a plastic bag or covered container in the refrigerator.
Mix flour and ... degree oven until dry (2-3 hours). For colored dough add to flour mixture dry tempra paint, then add water. Add food coloring to water.
Mix with spoon, ... 8 minutes until dough becomes clay-like. Separate ... painted. Poke holes with toothpick or may drill with electric drill and tiny bit.
Use equal amounts ... small amount of water until the bread forms into a dough. Add food coloring. Form bread dough into your favorite creations, then eat.
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