|Food Markets of the World|
|by Mimi Sheraton|
In this book, noted author and food critic Mimi Sheraton leads an international tour through exotic marketplaces, sharing recipes, market lore, an...
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Bring coffee to a boil. ... bottom to release loaf. Turn loaf on side and slice into rounds for serving. Spread with butter, if desired. Makes 3 loaves.
Make a thin ... until done. Bring coffee to broil. Remove ... better than 1 because you can leave it in the can, put the lid on and take it on a picnic.
Mix cake mix, ... make moist. Add coffee, chips and nuts. Spread over cookie sheet or make into balls. Bake at 350 degrees for 8-15 minutes or until done.
Soak for several hours. Then add: 1 tsp. vanilla 1 c. nuts 4 tbsp. oil 3 c. flour 1 tsp. cinnamon Mix thoroughly and bake in greased and floured 13 x ...
Place hamburger patty in bottom of can next to the potato. Next the onion, build camp fire. Let burn down until you have hot coals. Put coals out to ...
Put the raisins ... Bring the leftover coffee to a boil ... hour. Cool in the coffee cans for 15 minutes and tap cans on the bottom to release the loaves.
In large mixing bowl, pour coffee over raisins and ... loaves through by opening bottom of can. Can be kept for several days. Very good. Improves with age!
Place 1 1/2 ... 2 well greased coffee cans. Cover with ... Remove lids and bake in 375 degrees for 30-35 minutes. Let cool in can 10 minutes before removing.
Add soda to boiling water with raisins and stir. Cover overnight. In morning add remaining ingredients. Grease and flour the 3 cans. Fill each can ...
Bring coffee to a boil. ... Bake for approximately 65 minutes. Let cool in cans for 15 minutes. Turn loaf on side and slice into rounds. Makes 3 loaves.
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