|Historical Civil War Period Cookery|
|by Robert Pelton|
A unique cookbook full of Civil War era recipes from families and individuals who gained a measure of fame during this period of American history.
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Place one pie crust in a baking ... into crust. Melt caramels and milk in ... minutes. Makes 8 Servings. © 2011 and ®/™ Knouse Foods, used with permission. ®
Preheat the oven ... filling into the crust. Beat together ... the LUCKY LEAF Pie Filling. Bake for ... Pie Filling and caramel topping in a ... used with permission. ®
Place sliced apples in pie crust. In small pan, melt caramels and water over ... on baking sheet and bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Let cool 3-4 hours.
Combine flour, oatmeal, ... into 9 inch pie pan, reserving 1/2 ... drained, canned peaches in pie pan. Sprinkle with crumbs. Bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes.
Preheat oven to ... spray a 9-inch pie pan with cooking spray. Put pie crust into pan, set ... 287 per slice, (with splenda) for fat; 11 grams-saturated.
In small saucepan, melt caramels with milk over ... topping. To assemble pie, but 1 ... over bottom of crust. Drizzle caramel ... Makes 6 to 8 servings.
If using Kraft caramels, melt caramels ... wrap sheets on pie crust bottom. Slice half ... golden brown). Let pie cool before serving as filling will be hot.
For decoration: 1 ... Filling: 1. Put caramels, butter and ... 2. Pour into pie crust. Cover with ... serving, decorate tops with dollops of whipping cream.
Melt caramels with milk in ... smooth. Pour into crust; sprinkle with ... and melted caramels, if desired. Note: Store any leftover pie in refrigerator.
Melt caramels with milk in ... smooth. Pour into crust; sprinkle with ... slices, and melted caramel if desired. Note: Store any leftover pie in refrigerator.
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