|by Alan Romans|
This book both traces the history and development of the potato from its beginnings in South America to its current dominance of the food chain in...
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Combine the potato flakes and water ... the 12 inch side. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until firm. Cut into slices about 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick.
In a large mixing bowl, dissolve yeast in water. Stir in milk, mashed potatoes, sugar, honey, butter, eggs, cinnamon, nutmeg, currants, pineapple, ...
Dissolve yeast and ... Combine boiling water, potato flakes, and salt ... bread. Decorate with candied cherries and almonds if desired. Yield: 2 coffee cakes.
Combine ingredients; drop by heaping spoonfuls on wax paper. Roll into balls. Refrigerate 1/2 to 1 hour. Dip into coating mixture. Refrigerate to ...
Mix the above ingredients. Roll into small balls. Put in refrigerator 1/2-1 hour. Dip in chocolate coating: 6 ounce semi-sweet chocolate chips and ...
Mix together and chill. Roll in balls walnut size. Insert a toothpick in each ball. Chill one hour. Melt together over a double boiler: Dip cold ball ...
Mix and chill and then make in ball after you make coating and then dip in chocolate coating. Melt in double boiler.
Mix mashed potato, milk, vanilla ... Roll out like pie crust then spread with peanut butter. Roll up and make a log. Slice into small slices like pin rolls.
Combine ingredients except ... water while dipping candy. With tongs ... cake rack. Place candies in refrigerator to harden. Makes about 5 dozen candies.
Stir vanilla into mashed potatoes. Add confectioners' sugar a little at a time until it is a clay like stiffness. Sprinkle a little confectioners' ...
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