|Practical Cook Book|
|by Dr John H. Tilden|
1926. Including Suggestions Regarding Proper Food Combinations with Illustrative Menus.
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Mix flour, salt and cream of tartar in a medium-size saucepan. In a separate bowl mix the water, oil, and food coloring. Mix into dry ingredients and ...
Mix first 4 ... in cooking oil. Cook over medium heat ... onto waxed paper to cool. Knead until smooth and any lumps are gone. Store in zip top plastic bag.
Mix the dry ... into dry ingredients. Cook over very low ... When cool enough to handle, knead coloring in until smooth. Store in an air tight container.
Cook over medium heat ... cool. Recipe can be easily doubled; keeps well if stored in plastic between use. Has a firm texture and does not dry out readily.
Put all ingredients in medium saucepan and cook over medium heat, ... Remove from pan and knead until smooth. Store in airtight container or Ziplock bag.
Mix all dry ... and food color. Cook over medium heat, ... into balls, work in color by kneading. Keep in plastic bag or closed container when not in use.
Add food coloring ... Mix ingredients together. Cook on stove over ... "crusty" as it cooks. Put on board to cool. Knead. Keeps in airtight container one month.
Combine flour, salt ... into dry ingredients. When smooth, cook over medium heat. Stir constantly until ball forms. Remove from heat. Knead until smooth.
Stir and cook until consistency of ... knead by hand until it looks like playdough. Keeps for approximately 2 months (with home use). Store in refrigerator.
Combine 1 cup ... teaspoon food coloring. Cook over medium to ... paper. Store in an airtight container. Children will enjoy playing with the playdough!
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