|Book of Sauces (Cooking in America)|
|by Charles Senn|
A collection of both basic and compound sauces, Charles Senn's 1915 "The Book of Sauces" is a complete reference for both the professional and ama...
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In a large bowl, combine Knox and Jello gelatins. ... until firm. When blocks are totally firm, ... out of ice trays. Gradnchildren and adults love these.
In a large bowl combine Knox unflavored gelatin and ... dissolves. Pour into large shallow baking pan (9"x13"). Chill until firm; cut into squares and eat.
In a large bowl, combine plain gelatin and Jello. Add boiling water, stir to completely dissolve. Add cream. Pour into a 9x13 inch pan. Chill until ...
After water boils, stir Knox and Jello together ... inch. You may use pie pans as well as square baking dishes. Let set. Cut into blocks. Serve chilled.
Combine Knox, gelatin, water ... Add 3 cups water, 1 cup cream. Fruity Blox: Add 2 packages flavored gelatin, 1 cup (17 ounce) fruit cocktail, undrained.
In a large bowl, mix unflavored gelatin with the flavored gelatin. Add boiling water and stir until dissolved. Pour into 9x13 inch pan. Chill until ...
Combine Knox gelatin, Jello and boiling water. Add lemon juice. Chill in refrigerator 1 to 2 hours. Cut in squares or cut with cookie cutters.
Mix well. Pour into 9 x 13 pan. Chill until firm. Cut into small squares. Can keep at room temperature when done. Great kid's treat or diet treat!
In large bowl, combine Knox and Jello gelatins. ... 1/2 x 1 inch pan. Chill until firm. Cut and ready to eat. Great for small ones because they don't melt.
In a large bowl, combine Knox and Jello. Add ... 1/2 x 10 1/2 x 1 inch. Chill until firm. Cut as desired. May keep out as they won't melt. Great for kids.
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