|Chef at Home|
|by Michael Smith|
TV's Chef Michael Smith shows how cooking without recipes makes for stress-free kitchen adventures.
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Mix cream, flour and ... paste is cooled, whip. Add the ... is a good frosting for those who ... beating. It will require refrigeration if not to be too soft.
Beat egg yolks ... (into two layers). Frost middle, then place ... outside. Keep refrigerated. Whip cream to soft peak ... continue beating until whipped.
Cream butter and sugar ... oven at 300 degrees for 1 hour and 25 minutes. Frosting: Mix cream cheese with 2 cups powdered sugar and 1 teaspoons vanilla.
Mix cream, flour and ... After the paste is cooled, whip. Add the butter and whip together. Add sugar and continue whipping. Add the vanilla and beat well.
Let sugar and cocoa set in cream an hour or so to dissolve before beating thick. Add vanilla and spread.
Bring to boil and cool. In large bowl cream dry ingredients and vanilla well. Fold into boiled mixture, set beater on high speed, beat until thick and creamy.
Cook milk and cornstarch until thick. Cover and cool. Beat butter in mixer until creamy. Add sugar and continue beating until fluffy. Add the cooled ...
At high speed, beat the butter and shortening until creamy. Add sugar and flour gradually, beating all the while so you have a smooth, creamy ...
Sprinkle gelatin over ... 2 tbsp. regular cream or milk and ... smooth. In another bowl, whip remaining cream. Add sugar and fold in gelatin mixture. Ice cake.
Blend flour and ... and let cool thoroughly. In mixer cream Crisco, butter and sugar. Add the cold flour mixture and vanilla. Beat until creamy, 7 minutes.
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