|American Regional Cuisine|
|by The Art Institutes|
"What follows is insight into, and details of, what makes each American culinary region unique.
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Mix in pan on low heat until butter is melted and mixture is smooth. Add 1 1/2 - 2 cups chopped walnuts. Drop by spoonfuls onto waxed paper. Allow to ...
Combine and chill. Roll into small balls. Chill again. Dip in dipping chocolate or melted chocolate chips mixed with a 1 inch square of paraffin.
Mix well and form into balls. Refrigerate until hard. Heat until melted and dip balls into the following chocolate mixture: 1 pound semi-sweet ...
Mix above ingredients ... to quickly dunk candy into chocolate; set ... refrigerator or freezer until ready to eat. Use real chocolate chips for the coating.
Melt chocolate and ... balls and flatten slightly. Put each ball in a paper candy liner. Cover with chocolate and peanut mixture. Store in a cool place.
Mix well. Make into small balls and roll in powdered sugar. Cool in refrigerator for awhile. Melt in top of double boiler over water these ...
Boil together syrup, ... until creamy. Spread marshmallows and nuts on a greased sheet. Pour maple cream over nuts and marshmallows and spread out on sheet.
Mix sugar and ... heat, add vanilla and nuts. Beat well until the bubbles have disappeared. Pour into greased pans. When cool cut in squares. Very good.
Bring syrup and sugar to boil. Remove from heat and add peanut butter. Stir until melted. Pour over corn flakes. Mix well until cereal is well ...
Mix all ingredients except nuts, bring to ... coated and you can no longer stir. Turn out on waxed paper or cookie sheet, separate nuts quickly. Then eat.
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