|Irish Family Food|
|by Ruth Isabel Ross|
Ruth Isabel Ross has gathered together a wonderful collection of recipes that includes all that is best about Irish home cooking.
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A baked from ... to resemble an ornament for a special ... 350°F. Grease and flour 2 (9-inch) round ... baking powder and salt in small bowl; ... Cover with plastic food wrap; refrigerate 15 ... used with permission. ®
Mix flour and salt. Add 1 ... 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.
Combine all ingredients. Knead 7-10 minutes until smooth and putty-like. Roll out about 1/4 inch thick and cut in shapes or use cookie cutters. Bake ...
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.
Cream together shortening, ... egg. Sift together flour, salt, soda, baking ... with frosting. Cut off top and press frosting onto cool gingerbread people.
Combine butter and butter; cream thoroughly. Gradually add sugar, blending constantly. Beat until light and fluffy. Add eggs and extract. Blend ...
Sift together flour, soda, salt, nutmeg and ... very hard, place roof on icing the sides that meet. 6. When roof is hard, decorate with candy, cookies, etc.
Mix the salt and flour together in a ... do not burn ornaments. Be sure ... to decorate. May coat with clear shellac or nail polish to preserve ornaments.
For cookies, beat ... cookie sheet. (For ornament hole, cut hole ... ingredients. Tint with food color, if desired. ... decorate immediately. About 5 dozen.
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