|The Martha's Vineyard Table|
|by Jessica B. Harris|
Martha's Vineyard has long been renowned as a popular vacation destination, but few are aware of the island's rich culinary history.
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Cream the first 5 ingredients. Add nuts. Powder hands with confectioners sugar. Roll mixture into balls the size of a walnut. Melt chocolate and ...
It can be ... taste. Chill. Make candy into balls and ... melted together as following: 1/3 bar paraffin wax (sealing wax) 1/2 bar German chocolate Then dip.
Mix all ingredients, chill in refrigerator. Make in balls, and roll in melted chocolate and paraffin.
Cream butter, 1 box powdered sugar and condensed milk. Add the other box of sugar, pecans and coconut (mixture will be thick). Roll out in small ...
Mix butter, milk, pecans, vanilla, and coconut. After mixing roll in powdered sugar. Melt chocolate chips and wax. Roll balls in the chocolate mix.
Mix all ingredients together except chocolate chips and paraffin and roll in balls. Put in refrigerator or freezer (is better) until firm. Melt: 12 ...
Mix ingredients together and then roll in bite size pieces. Refrigerate. Melt chips and wax together over low heat in a double boiler. Dip each piece ...
Mix the above ingredients and chill 2 to 3 hours. Then shape into balls the size of walnuts. Dip in the chocolate mixture below: 1 inch of paraffin ...
Melt butter. Pour over nuts. Sift sugar. Add coconut, sugar and milk to nuts. Mix well and firm into a big ball. Place in large bowl and chill for 1 ...
Mix milk, butter, sugar, coconut an pecans in a bowl until well blended. Shape into balls and place in refrigerator to harden. When balls are cold, ...
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