|Victoria The Art of Taking Tea|
|by Kim Waller|
From the serene tea ceremonies of Asia to the lavish cream teas of England, take a delicious taste of a very special tradition.
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Prepare brownie mix ... for cake like brownies (omitting nuts and ... cream (horizontally) with electric knife (best and ... leftover. Everyone loves this!
Position 1 rack ... flour 8-inch pan. BROWNIES: Melt butter ... medium bowl with electric mixer on high ... moist crumb. Cool in pan on wire rack. Makes 12.
Heat oven to ... Beat butter with electric mixer until softened. ... powdered sugar. Beat in a little extra milk if necessary to make frosting easy to spread.
1. Melt the ... size bowl with electric mixer until fluffy. ... Drop spoonfuls of remaining chocolate mixture on top of cream cheese. Swirl top of batter.
Mix all ingredients ... by hand or electric mixer. Add nuts. ... double boiler. Pour over the creme de menthe layer. Refrigerate. When cool, cut into squares.
Sift together flour, ... ingredients. Beat with electric mixer at medium ... cocoa mixture. Beat with electric mixer at medium speed until smooth and creamy.
In small bowl of electric mixer, combine cream ... to give a marbled effect. Bake at 350 degrees 55 to 60 minutes. Cool on wire rack and cut into squares.
In large bowl, ... and mix with electric mixer until smooth. ... make pretty swirls on top of cake. Bake in a preheated 350°F oven for 40 to 45 minutes.
Set the oven ... bowl of an electric mixer, beat the ... when pressed with the fingertip. The brownies should not harden on top. Makes 18 large brownies.
Turn oven to ... beat butter with electric mixer on medium ... additional milk (about 1 teaspoon), if necessary, to make a frosting that is easy to spread.
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