|Hooked on Fish|
|by Betty Saw|
Discover ways to cook a wide variety of fish - ranging from the humble carp, to prized cod and exotic salmon.
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Blanch the almonds ... degrees. Toast the filberts (do not brown). ... round tube, pipe cookies (in 1-inch mounds) ... or glazed with dipping chocolate.
Mix all (no particular order). Chill 4 to 5 hours. Shape into crescents. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Do not brown. When slightly cool, roll ...
Stir shortening, sugars and eggs together then add flour and dry ingredients. Press into long smooth roll about 2 1/2 inches thick in diameter. Wrap ...
Combine butter, sugar ... 350 degrees. Put cookies together with jelly. ... sandwich. Can sprinkle with nuts. 3 1/2 dozen cookies. Nice for holiday time.
Dredge fruit in 1/4 cup of the flour. Cream butter and sugar. Add 1 egg and sour cream; mix well. Add fruit and nuts. Stir until well mixed. Drop by ...
Mix all of the above and chill. Make balls of dough and crease with fork. Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes. This recipe was given to me by my ...
In a mixing ... light brown. Cool cookies on a wire ... Stir in 1 (3 1/2 oz.) jar macadamia nuts, chopped, with the chopped white baking bars or pieces.
Cream butter and brown sugar. Beat eggs. Mix with creamed mixture. Stir in dry ingredients. Add fruit and nuts, drenched with part of flour. This is ...
Cream eggs, sugar, butter and vanilla sugar until fluffy. Add nuts and starch. Mix with spoon. Add chocolate chips. Refrigerate for a few hours. Drop ...
Blend peanut butter and butter. Cream with sugars and salt. Beat eggs and vanilla until fluffy. Blend flour, soda and baking powder real good. Make ...
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