|My Candy Secrets|
|by Mary Evans|
Through simple instructions in a variety of candy-making methods, Mary Elisabeth Evans's 1919 work passes on her long experiences making candies, ...
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Mix this biscuit ... the pantry shelf. No need to refrigerate. ... biscuits up, the shortening may be reduced ... thick, add another tbsp. milk or water.
Combine all ingredients except shortening in large bowl. ... degrees for 12 minutes. Makes 10 biscuits. Combine all ingredients. Cook as you normally would.
Master Mix developed ... all together; cut shortening into above until ... Stir to combine. Knead slightly. Makes 2 (11"x15") crusts. Bake at 425 degrees.
Blend flour and shortening with pastry blender ... until flour absorbs the liquid. Bake in cupcake lined muffin tins at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes.
Sift flour and ... salt. Cut in shortening until the mixture ... this mixture will last up to one month, but will keep much longer if placed in freezer.
Cut dry ingredients into shortening and work until mealy, like pie dough. Store in glass container.
Using a pastry blender, cut in shortening until mixture resembles ... milk to the whole batch as you make up the mix. Then, just add water when you use it.
Mix flour, baking ... together. Cut in shortening until mixtures resembles ... air tight container. To make hot biscuits: Add 1 cup mix with 1/3 cup milk.
Mix together thoroughly ... in 1 cup shortening to fine consistency. ... 1/3 cup milk to make 5 biscuits. Bake at 425 to 450 degrees until golden brown.
Sift flour, dry ... times. Cut in shortening until thoroughly mixed. ... PACK. Close tightly and store on shelf. Needs no refrigeration. Makes about 10 cups.
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