|Jewish Cookery Book|
|by Esther Levy|
When it was first published in 1871, this book offered practical advice for American-born Jews who did not have the benefit of a Jewish education.
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Preheat Oven to ... to 12 minutes. Frost with holiday colors. ... a capful of vanilla extract. Add a ... is of smooth frosting. Add several ... right consistency is achieved.)
Line the bottom ... 2 packages instant vanilla pudding mix with ... (spread) with chocolate frosting and refrigerate overnight. ... box of graham crackers.
Cream butter in ... Mix yolks and vanilla. Add to ... cream cheese with frosting and spread on ... Whip, then add to the frosting. Frost cake and serve.
Combine Crisco mix, ... Mix egg, milk, vanilla, add to ... For peanut butter frosting, blend peanut ... in small bowl. Frost each cookie with ... cookies, raisins for face.
Beat eggs with ... Add milk and vanilla. Blend dry ... hot cake. Allow to cool in refrigerator; cover with melted chocolate or frosting. Cut into squares.
1. Cream together ... Add egg and vanilla and beat well. ... to 1/8 or 1/4 inch thickness. Use floured cookie cutters and place on ungreased cookie sheet.
Cream butter and ... stirring constantly. Use while hot. Beat together: Add 1 to 2 tablespoons apple juice beating until frosting is of spreading consistency.
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.
Mix above ingredients in a large bowl. Sift the following and add to the above: Mix well, then add 1 cup nuts and 1 cup raisins and mix well. Pour ...
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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