|Wine, Food & the Good Life|
|by Dorothy Indelicato|
A unique guide to establishing your own wine cellar. Defines the atmosphere required for the optimum storage of wine.
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You will need a dozen good-sized oranges, sugar (to ... boiling water bath for 10 minutes. Eighteen good-sized oranges make about 4 quarts of marmalade.
Mix sugar and ... grind together 3 oranges, 1 with ... top layer (it will soak into the cake). Frost with 7 minute or other white frosting. Refrigerate.
In a large bowl, beat butter and sugars until well blended. Add egg and beat until light and fluffy. Beat in orange juice and vanilla. Stir together ...
Sift flour, baking powder and salt together. Cream butter, sugar and egg yolks. Add vanilla. Beat thoroughly. Add dry ingredients and milk and juice ...
Add baking powder and salt to flour before sifting. Cream shortening, sugar and eggs. Gradually add milk, flour and vanilla; mix well (3-5 minutes). ...
Blend eggs, sugar and butter. Add soda, baking powder, flour and buttermilk. Grind orange rind and raisins. Blend together. Bake at 350 degrees until ...
Remove all white membranes from peeled oranges and slice thin. ... add sugar and boil 1 more hour. Put into sterile jars and seal. (Makes about 4 pints.)
Cream shortening and sugar. Add 1 egg, little milk and flour; beat well. Repeat until eggs, milk and flour are used. Pour into well greased tube cake ...
Bake 2 layers from package of yellow cake mix. When cold, slice layers horizontally to make 4 thin layers. Put orange filling between first 3 layers, ...
Mix well. Drop by spoon on greased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 12 minutes. Yield - 80-90 cookies.
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