|Salads for Small Gardens|
|by Joy Larkcom|
This is a survey of the wide range of vegetables, herbs and other plants that can be eaten raw in salads, from traditional items such as lettuce a...
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Beat butter, sugar, honey, egg and vanilla in large bowl with electric mixer on medium speed until well blended. Add flour, baking powder, baking ...
Begin construction of basic house by cementing graham crackers to sides of milk carton with icing. Allow sides to partially dry before adding roof. ...
Mix sugar, shortening, ... whole or crushed candy in cutouts, depending ... completely on cookie sheets. Gently remove cookies. Makes 6 dozen 3 inch cookies.
Mix shortening, sugar, ... design. Place whole lifesavers in cutouts. Small ... Fill cutouts until candy is just level ... (cooled) with the shortening.
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. Mix butter, shortening, sugar, honey, eggs and vanilla. 3. Mix flour, soda and salt. Add flour mixture and chill ...
Insert rubber band through both lifesavers. Loop ends ... Insert peppermint stick between lifesavers and under the stick of gum. Plane may be used or eaten!
Thread the needle with yard (or thread). Have your child create a necklace using all your food by threading together.
Cream together shortening, ... whole or broken Lifesavers in windows, filling holes until candy is level with ... carefully. Makes about 4 dozen cookies.
Mix shortening, sugar, ... of cut-outs with Lifesavers. Candy may be crushed ... carefully. Beautiful at Christmas time! Hang by ribbon in kitchen window.
To prevent sticking, ... String cereal, hard candy Lifesavers, licorice candy ... desired pattern. When 3/4 full, tie ends in a knot to make a necklace.
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