|The Forgotten Art of Flower Cookery|
|by Leona Woodring Smith|
They've graced the loveliest gardens and the most elegant dinner tables--as centerpieces--but are often overlooked when it comes to cooking.
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Combine butter and marshmallows in a large ... garnish with gumdrop flowers, if desired. Note: To make gumdrop flowers use ... sprinkled with granulated sugar.
Arrange in layers: ... Cool Whip, all marshmallows, remaining Cool ... top. Refrigerate several hours or overnight. Add flowers and use trowel to serve.
Thoroughly blend all ... clean 6-inch plastic flower pot. Use a ... or silk flower to garnish; chill. To serve, use a plastic gardening shovel. Serves 8.
Mix pudding and ... mix together. Put in flower pot; top with crushed cookies and put a dry flower arrangement in center. Chill. Serve with garden scoop.
Mix together Cool ... pail: mixture, cookies, mixture, cookies. Use shovel to scoop out. Top off with artificial flowers. Also you can use a new flower pot.
Thoroughly blend all ... clean 6" plastic flower pot. Use a ... plastic or silk flower to garnish. Chill. To serve, use a plastic gardening shovel. Serves 8.
Mix pudding according to ... on box. Add remaining ingredients. Pour into flower pot. Top with crushed Oreo cookies. Then insert silk flowers in center.
Mix all these ... put into a flower pot (about 6 ... salad. Stand artificial flowers in center of ... center of table, makes a nice center ... don't use the bananas.
With ice cream ... flavor desired. Cut marshmallows around edge with scissors to make petals. Attach one ... center of marshmallow flower. Attach spearmint ... of frosting. Insert flowers into ice cream. ... serve. Makes 8 servings.
Thoroughly blend all ... 6 inch plastic flower pot. Use a ... plastic or silk flower to garnish, chill. To serve, use a plastic gardening shovel. Serves 8.
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