|The Virginia Housewife|
|by Mary Randolph|
First published in 1825, The Virginia House-Wife was the most influential cookbook in nineteenth-century America.
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Mix at slow speed until smooth. Add 1/2 cup lemon juice last. Pour into crust. Place in refrigerator for 24 hours. Serves 8.
Preheat oven to ... overnight. Never cover cheesecake with foil or ... before serving and allow to mellow in the refrigerator. Serve at room temperature.
Fold in sour cream last. Pour into spring form pan which has been lined with graham cracker crumbs. Bake at 300 degrees for 60 minutes. Turn oven off ...
Dissolve Jello and ... Prepare Jiffy Jello cheesecake. Pour on ... top. Chill 3 hours. Place mold in warm water for a few seconds. Then flip onto plate.
Reserve 1 cookie for garnish, if desired. Cut 1 inch piece off 1 end of each of the remaining cookies. Crush 1 inch pieces into crumbs; set aside ...
Whisk together French vanilla and cheesecake puddings with 2 cups milk. Add other ingredients, mix well and refrigerate.
Reserve 1 cookie for garnish, if desired. Cut 1 inch off 1 end of each of the remaining cookies. Crush 1 inch pieces into crumbs; set aside remaining ...
Mix together, adding 1 cup of egg nog at a time. Pour into prepared graham cracker crust.
Drain pineapple; reserve 1/2 cup juice. Mix pudding according to package directions; set aside. Mix Jiffy cake with juice and bake in 9 x 12 inch ...
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