|The James Beard Cookbook|
|by James A. Beard|
This award-winning cookbook by the man who reigned as the country's foremost food expert has been a favorite with beginning and advanced cooks for...
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A baked from ... to resemble an ornament for a special ... 350°F. Grease and flour 2 (9-inch) round ... ®/™ Land O'Lakes, Inc., used with permission. ®
Mix flour and salt. Add ... Add 1/2 cup water. Knead on floured surface 10 minutes. Shape. Bake at 250-300 degrees until hard paint. Dip in polyurethane.
Cream butter in ... before last of flour is added, so ... colors by adding food coloring a drop at a time. Can be spread with knife rather than using tube.
Do not eat the ornament. Mix all ... sticky, sprinkle more flour on wax paper. ... varnish) to seal out moisture. Store in cool, dry place when not being used.
Sift together flour, soda, salt, ... frame is very hard, place roof on icing the sides that meet. 6. When roof is hard, decorate with candy, cookies, etc.
Combine butter and butter; cream thoroughly. Gradually add sugar, blending constantly. Beat until light and fluffy. Add eggs and extract. Blend ...
Cream together shortening, ... egg. Sift together flour, salt, soda, ... fill with frosting. Cut off top and press frosting onto cool gingerbread people.
Dissolve salt in water. Add flour slowly until consistent. ... If too dark, cover with foil. Done when hard (tap with knife). Glaze with condensed milk.
For cookies, beat ... cookie sheet. (For ornament hole, cut hole ... if desired. Brush on cookies with pastry brush; decorate immediately. About 5 dozen.
Combine flour and salt. Then ... periodically. They are done when completely hard. Cool before painting with felt tip markers and coat with high gloss polyurethane.
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