|Chocolate (What's for Lunch)|
|by Claire Llewellyn|
Presents facts about the cocoa bean, including how it is grown, harvested, and marketed, and finally turned into a variety of chocolate products.
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Heat oven to 400°F. Layer ingredients in casserole pan and bake until done.
Mix altogether, shape into long rolls. Wrap each one in saran wrap and refrigerate overnight. Next day, add another wrapping of saran wrap. Put into ...
Mix all ingredients together. Shape into 2 rolls. Wrap in cellophane or foil and refrigerate for 24 hours. Cover with water and boil 1 hour. Cool and ...
Mix well. Refrigerate for 3 days. Stir once a day. On the 4th day put into rolls size of small 7-Up bottles and put on a cookie sheet. Bake at 140 ...
Allow cream cheese to sit at room temperature for 30 minutes. Place slices of ham on a platter; spread cream cheese thinly over the ham. Arrange a ...
In saucepan~ melt ... and smooth. Add meat, celery, salt ... buttered split biscuits. Can be served on noodles, mashed or baked potatoes. Use your imagination!
Mix room temperature cream cheese with onion & pickle relish. Spread mixture, from corner to corner on the slice of ham. Roll conucopia fashion. ...
Coat the chicken breasts with egg and breadcrumbs (or flour). Deep/Pan fry the coated breasts in hot peanut oil (or your choice of oil -- basically, ...
In a skillet or electric frying pan on medium high heat (325F), saute ham for 1 minute. Drain half of the juice from the pineapple can and add ...
Preheat over to 375 degrees farenheit. Mix together well the sour cream, cream cheese and soup. Set aside. Wrap each chicken breast with bacon until ...
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