|My New Orleans: The Cookbook|
|by John Besh|
My New Orleans will change the way you look at New Orleans cooking and the way you see World-famous chef John Besh.
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Mix cornstarch and baking soda, ... a plate, cover with a damp cloth and let cool. Knead until smooth. Seal in plastic bag, in refrigerator until needed.
Mix well on stove, moderate heat. Stir with wooden spoon. Cook to consistency of dry potatoes. Let cool in pot. Roll out like dough. Cut with cutter. ...
In large saucepan, mix together cornstarch, baking soda, ... cinnamon. To make ornaments, tape waxed ... unused clay. Thaw at room temperature and then knead.
Mix soda and cornstarch together, blending well. ... 2 days. Paint ornaments with water colors ... pressed into dough before it dries or glued on the back.
Mix dry ingredients. Add water all at once and stir until smooth. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until consistency of cookie dough. Roll ...
In a pan mix soda and cornstarch together well. Add ... coat with clear shellac or nail polish. Hangers can be pressed into wet clay or glued on when dry.
Mix above together ... top of each ornament with a nail in order to hang on the Christmas tree. Dry overnight. Paint the next day. Makes about 20 ornaments.
Combine cornstarch and soda, mixing ... 2 days. Paint ornaments with Tempra or ... acrylic based gloss finish. Press wire hanger into back before dough dries.
Combine soda and cornstarch, blending well. ... the weather. Paint ornaments with acrylics. Dry ... before the dough dries or attached with glue later on.
Mix soda and cornstarch together, blending well. ... 2 days. Paint ornaments with Tempra or ... on back with glue, or pressed into dough before it dries.
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