|The Wine Log: A Journal and Companion|
|by Chris Pavone|
This beautiful two-color journal presents all wine lovers, from the novice to the expert, with an easy way to make wine drinking more rewarding an...
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Spread almonds in ... cup almonds and sherry-fruit mixture. Turn out ... Shape into a log; cover and ... Remove foil; sprinkle plain sections with almonds.
Crush wafers and ... together (except confectioners sugar), by hand, and roll into 4 logs. Roll into confectioners ... in foil and freeze or refrigerate.
Drain fruit cocktail. Gradually add ... serve, remove bottom of cans with can opener and push logs out onto serving plate; slice. Makes 10 to 12 servings.
Combine and mix ... into 3 separate logs. Roll logs ... in wax paper and put into freezer until chilled very well. Remove and slice into 1/2 inch slices.
Put the apricots, ... seeds. Divide the fruit mixture in half and roll into 2 long logs. Coat each ... refrigerated until ready to serve, then cut into thin slices.
Mix all ingredients ... form into 4 logs. Roll in ... Wrap each in Saran Wrap. Put in refrigerator for several hours. When cold enough, take out and slice.
Mix together all ingredients; form into small logs. Bake at 400 degrees for 20-25 minutes. Substitute; prunes, apricots, dried fruits.
In a large ... well. Stir in fruits, cherries, pecans, ... can and push log out onto a serving plate. Let stand 10 minutes before serving. Serves 14-16.
In a large ... stir well. Add fruit, cherries, nuts, ... minutes. Before serving, take out of can and slice. Makes 16 servings. (Do not fill cans full.)
Soak apricots in ... one or two logs. Wrap well ... ends. Wrap again and chill until ready to use. Makes (2) 1 pound logs of (1) 2 pound log. Can be frozen.
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