|Ancient Coin Collecting (v. I)|
|by Wayne G. Sayles|
Numismatists, historians, and everyone interested in collecting ancient coins will be engrossed in this revised and expanded second edition.
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Place a layer of lady fingers in the bottom of a 2 quart glass bowl. Prepare Jello using only 1 1/2 cups water. Chill about 30 minutes until ...
Break up cake or arrange lady fingers in bottom of serving dish; spread with jam and sprinkle with juice. Cover with fruit cocktail. Then prepare ...
Tear cake into bite size pieces. Place in large bowl. Combine pudding mix and beat well at low speed until thick and smooth. Add sour cream. Beat ...
If using fresh ... syrupy. Line a trifle bowl with lightly ... long handled spoon so you can get a taste of all layers, top to bottom. This is a winner!
Heat oven to ... package; spread over trifle. Sprinkle with ... garnish with whole strawberries. Cover and refrigerate at least 4 hours. 8 to 10 servings.
This is a ... served in a trifle dish or large ... to serve. It's a Baptist Trifle since a true English Trifle would include sherry. Makes 6-8 servings.
Cover bottom of 11 x 8 inch baking dish with sliced jelly rolls. Prepare pudding according to package direction, spread pudding over jelly rolls ...
Slice cake and line sides and bottom of bowl. Pour sherry over cake. Prepare pudding mixture and pour over cake while hot. Cool. Mix vanilla into ...
Mix pudding according to package directions; beat for 2 minutes. Add sour cream and beat until peaks form. Break up cake into 9 x 13 inch pan. Pour ...
Mix milk, rum, ... bottom of clear trifle bowl. Spread cake ... layer. Garnish as desired. For best results, trifle should stand overnight, refrigerated.
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