|Time for Tea|
|by Mary Engelbreit|
Teatime is that relaxing interlude that brings comfort, reflection, and perspective to a hectic day.
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Mix the wheat, ... browning. Don't try to hurry the process ... hot milk this makes a nice evening ... take them out before it grinds them into a flour.
Separate eggs, beat ... water. Mix flour postum, baking powder and salt together. Add to beaten egg yolks, ... 6 tablespoons sugar, 2 teaspoons vanilla.
Put all spices ... Cook 3 minutes to dissolve. Remove from ... six times. Bottle and cap tightly. Keep refrigerated indefinitely. Freeze to keep for years.
Mix all together. Store in airtight container. To serve, 1/3 cup mix to 8 oz. hot water. Stir and add miniature marshmallows. Yum.
Combine the boiling ... this mixture cools to lukewarm, dissolve the ... white flour to make a stiff dough ... cold water and Postum. If you ... minutes at 375 degrees.
To your liking add raisins, dates and nuts. Bake at 375 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes.
Mix all together, pour into oiled casserole and bake 40 minutes at 375 degrees. Garnish with parsley; serve with ketchup. May be topped with grated ...
Pour the hot ... teaspoons of the Postum and the molasses. ... breadcrumbs are cooled to lukewarm and the ... as you can make it; it will ... minutes at 400 degrees.
Beat eggs in ... Add soy sauce, postum, bread, and ... oats will absorb a lot of moisture if you let the mixture rest in the refrigerator for a few minutes.
In blender and ... ingredients and continue to blend thoroughly. In ... walnuts, if desired. Makes 1 large pie ... mixture from blender, tastes like a malt!
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