|Cooking for Family & Friends|
|by Margaret Fulton|
From home-made muesli for breakfast to French roasted chicken for supper, Margaret Fulton incorporates new light cooking methods in recipes.
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Preheat oven to 350F degrees. Combine raisin, coffee and cinnamon and ... (confectioner's) sugar to achieve a thin spreading consistency. Cut when cool.
Combine raisins, coffee and cinnamon; set ... coffee to 1 1/2 cups powdered sugar to make a thin spreading consistency. Cool one hour and cut into bars.
Bake brownies according to package directions; cool. Punch holes in brownies with fork and pour Kahlua over brownies; set aside. Whip up Jello ...
Bring coffee to a boil. ... bottom to release loaf. Turn loaf on side and slice into rounds for serving. Spread with butter, if desired. Makes 3 loaves.
Make a thin ... until done. Bring coffee to broil. Remove ... better than 1 because you can leave it in the can, put the lid on and take it on a picnic.
Put everything in the blender. Blend on high for two minutes. Pour into pot de creme cups or whatever dessert cups you have. Chill at least three ...
Brown the cubed ... desired. This is a good recipe for using some of your leftovers. You can also add whatever vegetables you have left in your refrigerator.
Cook roast in crock pot 5-7 hours with first 5 ingredients until tender. Cool on plate, reserving liquid. Shred meat. Add chilies and salsa. If less ...
Slice ham about ... 1/2 cup cold water mixed with 2 cups of strong brewed day-old coffee. Allow to boil until gravy turns red. Blend and pour over the ham.
Combine all ingredients together in a bowl and beat well. Bake in greased 9 x 13 inch pan at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
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