|The Food Book (Cookery)|
|by Isabel Moore|
A reference book designed to interest and inform anyone who wants to know more about the food that they eat, and how to prepare and cook it.
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In plastic bowl ... mix small amount of plaster of Paris with water until ... print dry (2 to 5 hours). Spray with clear acrylic spray and paint, if desired.
Mix together and fire in open-air kiln. Glaze with polyurethane lacquer. Let stand forever.
1. Mix plaster of Paris according to directions ... plaster of Paris is partly set, use a pencil to make a small hole near the top of the plaque for hanging.
Makes 3 cups. Mix flour and plaster together. Add water ... container, milk carton, etc.) Let set overnight. Use table knife or popsicle stick to carve.
Mix paint and ... the cup. Slowly add plaster of Paris, stirring until creamy. Let set until hard (about 1 hour); peel off cup. Can be used indoors or out.
Mix in disposable container (cottage cheese carton works well). Pour into nut cups, dixie cups, toilet tissue rolls, etc. Let dry 24 hours. Remove ...
Mix plaster according to directions. Add color of paint desired to ... sheets. Pour mixture into rolls. Stir gently to remove bubbles. Let dry. Peel off paper.
Mix paint powder and plaster powder in paper ... dry mixture until creamy, stirring well. Wait about 1 hour until chalk is hard. Firmly tap out container.
Mix all ingredients, ... hardens (about 30 minutes), peel off paper cup. Makes 1 large chunk of chalk; washes off sidewalk with water. Makes 1 cup chalk.
Stir until creamy. Pour into small paper cups. Set aside for approximately 1 hour. When set peel off the paper cup.
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