|Bon Appetit The Christmas Season|
|by Bon Appetit Editors|
From one of America's premier culinary publications comes a delectable assortment of more than 125 traditional and new Christmas recipes, accompan...
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Mix until smooth. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Stir until like mashed potatoes. Put in plate and cover with damp cloth to cool. Cut with cookie ...
Combine cornstarch and ... 2 days. Paint ornaments with Tempra or ... polyurethane or acrylic based gloss finish. Press wire hanger into back before dough dries.
Mix all spices ... shapes. Gently transfer ornaments to an ungreased ... completely dry, store in sealed plastic bag or air tight container until ready to use.
Dissolve salt in ... desired, brush dough with a beaten egg before cooking. Spray one side at a time with clear acrylic. Ideal for Christmas decorations.
Mix well in a large bowl. If the dough is too dry work in another tablespoon of water with your hands. Dough can be colored with food coloring. Roll ...
Mix soda and ... 1-2 days. Paint ornaments with tempra paint ... polish. Hangers may be mounted on back with glue or pressed into dough before it dries.
Mix soda and cornstarch together, blending well. Add the cold water and mix well until mixture is smooth. Boil for 1 minute until it has the ...
In a pan mix soda and cornstarch together well. Add water until mixture is smooth. Boil for 1 minute until it has the consistency of mashed potatoes. ...
Mix well with ... and press into ornaments for decorations or ... acrylic paints. Allow to dry. Then brush ornaments with clear shellac or fingernail polish.
Mix and knead for 10 minutes until stiff. Add food coloring. Shape in trees, bells, snowmen, etc., and bake at 300 degrees for 45 minutes to 1 hour. ...
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