|by Bill Granger|
For Bill cooking is a time to relax, and meals should be stress-free and sociable (his restaurant, bills, is famous for its one communal table).
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Butter an 8-inch square baking pan. In a large saucepan melt butter; add marshmallows and stir until melted. Add honey and salt. Cook over low heat, ...
In large bowl, combine cereals, peanuts, and ... tightly into a greased jellyroll pan, and cool at room temperature. Cut into bars when completely cooled.
Bring the sugar, syrup, and butter to a hard, full boil. Remove from heat and add peanut butter and nuts, stir. Then add the Rice Krispies, Cheerios, ...
Grease 9 x ... large bowl, combine cereal and peanuts. In ... ingredients, stirring constantly. Spread over bars. Let stand ... into bars. Makes 3 dozen.
Cook sugar and ... well. Add to cereal and mix. Press ... Cool. Melt candy bars and chips in ... low heat. Spread over cooled layer. Cool. Cut into bars.
Butter a 9 ... peanut butter. Add the cereal; mix well. Press into pan. Allow to cool for 15 minutes. Melt in double boiler the chips, then spread over top.
Grease square pan, ... stirred. Stir in cereal until well coated. ... 16 to 24 bars. RANGE - ... For Range-top Directions, no adjustments are necessary.
Grease square pan, ... stirred. Stir in cereal until well coated. ... 16 or 24 bars. Range top ... For Range Top directions, no adjustments are necessary.
Combine sugar and ... butter. Pour over cereal in a bowl ... mixture in pan. Let stand until chocolate is firm. Cut into 2x1 inch bars. Makes about 32 candies.
Combine sugar and ... butter. Pour over cereal in a bowl ... in pan. Let stand until chocolate is firm. Cut into 2 x 1 inch bars. Makes about 32 candies.
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