|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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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.
Crush wafers and ... together (except confectioners sugar), by hand, and roll into 4 logs. Roll into confectioners ... in foil and freeze or refrigerate.
Spread almonds in ... cup almonds and sherry-fruit mixture. Turn out ... Shape into a log; cover and ... Remove foil; sprinkle plain sections with almonds.
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.
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.
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.
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.)
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.
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