|by Brenda R. Carlos|
Explores the basics of baking and pastry using real-life examples, learning activities, and four founding principles.
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Peel Irish potatoes, slice and ... bowl: Irish potatoes, onions, mayonnaise, and sour cream mixture, and bacon bits. Better if prepared day ahead of serving.
Mix first 3 ... chill. Before serving, add cabbage, corned beef, onion, pickle to potatoes. Combine salad dressing and milk and pour over salad. Toss lightly.
Combine vinegar, celery ... Just before serving, add cabbage, corned beef and onion. Blend Miracle whip, milk and salt. Fold into salad until well mixed.
For first layer, strain pineapple, add enough liquid (hot water) to pineapple juice to make 2 cups. Add lime Jello, allow to thicken slightly, add ...
Combine vinegar, celery seed and mustard seed; set aside. Meanwhile, pare and cook potatoes in enough boiling salted water to cover 30-40 minutes or ...
Arrange lettuce leaves ... and add some to sauce. Scatter the rest over the salad. Do not dress salad beforehand. Serve dressing separately. Serves 8-10.
Dissolve Jello in 2 cups boiling water. Add 1 1/2 c. cold water. In a bowl add cheese and pineapple. Mix well. Add cabbage. Stir well and add nuts.
Dissolve gelatin in boiling water. Stir in frozen strawberries until dissolved. Set aside. Mix crushed pretzels with 4 tablespoons sugar and melted ...
In a large ... this for St. Patrick's Day since we always make this a special dinner at the Roddy house because Dad's heritage is Irish, Scottish, Gaelic.
Blend all except oil first, then whisk in oil in thin stream. Great on spinach or fruit salad.
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