|Nutrition for the Culinary Arts|
|by Nancy Berkoff|
For courses in Nutrition and Culinary Arts. Combining the science of nutrition with the art of culinary professions, this text provides a balanced...
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Mix all ingredients and boil for 1 minute remove from heat and add 1 teaspoon vanilla mix and beat until cool.
Boil water and sugar together without stirring until it spins a thread when tested. Pour slowly over stiffly beaten egg white. Beat until it holds ...
Put all ingredients in 2-quart kettle. Cook over low heat until rolling boil, stirring constantly. Time 1 minute once rolling boil. Remove from heat, ...
Combine all ingredients in large mixer bowl of electric beater. Blend well. Store in refrigerator. To use, remove and let stand at room temperature ...
Line the bottom of 13x9 inch pan with graham crackers. Beat 2 packages instant vanilla pudding mix with milk until thick. Fold in Cool Whip. Spread ...
Preheat Oven to ... to 12 minutes. Frost with holiday colors. ... too liquid, add a bit more confectionery sugar until the right consistency is achieved.)
Mix pudding according ... 3 layers pudding. Frost layer of crackers. ... easier to frost. Let set at least an hour before serving. Makes a lot, no cooking.
Have Mom make ... until the cake mix begins to pull away from the sides of the cones. Have Mom check, she'll know for sure. Frost and decorate the cones.
Beat eggs with mixer until thick and lemony, gradually add sugar while beating. Add milk and vanilla. Blend dry ingredients together and carefully ...
Line bottom of ... with pudding. Layer pudding and crackers (2 layers of pudding and 3 layers of crackers). Frost with chocolate frosting and refrigerate.
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