|Martha Stewart's Hors d'Oeuvres|
|by Martha Stewart|
175 full-color photographs illustrate Hors d'Oeuvres, featuring 150 recipes for delectable "finger foods" to serve at 13 different parties.
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Blend all ingredients ... and dip into chocolate paraffin mixture and ... paraffin and chocolate bits in a small saucepan on low heat for 10-15 minutes.
Mix together butter, ... until firm. Stick toothpicks in candy mixture balls. Dip one at a time into chocolate coating. Keep coating hot while dipping balls.
Mix butter, milk ... top and place candy mixture on it. ... preparing the dipping chocolate. Paraffin wax ... then store in airtight container. VERY GOOD!
Cream the top three together and add: Chill so it won't stick to your hands when you roll it into balls. Dip balls of candy into chocolate mixture.
Blend above ingredients ... ounce) packages of chocolate chips and 1/4 ... in ball of candy and dip in ... over hot water). Place on wax paper to harden.
Mix butter, milk, pecans, vanilla, and coconut. After mixing roll in powdered sugar. Melt chocolate chips and wax. Roll balls in the chocolate mix.
Cream butter. Add ... dip into melted chocolate in which paraffin ... saucepan. Place on waxed paper. This is a nice Christmas candy and very, very easy to make.
Melt butter. Mix ... dip balls in chocolate mixture (below) Melt in double boiler and dip balls in. Place balls on waxed paper until chocolate has thickened.
Melt butter. Pour ... Melt wax and chocolate bits together over ... balls out of sugar mixture and dip into melted chocolate. Place on wax paper and chill.
When well blended, ... toothpick, dip each candy in chocolate mixture. Place on ... When cool cover toothpick hole with small amount of chocolate mixture.
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