|Beard on Birds|
|by James Beard|
America's most esteemed culinary instructor, the great James Beard, shares his winning ways with chicken, turkey, goose, duck, and wild game.
Tip: Try butter bird seed for more results.
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Melt lard. Stir in peanut butter. Add dry ingredients. Form balls. Hang outside, the birds love them. Yield: 4 large balls.
This is an easy way to make bird treats to hang ... of pinecone. Pack peanut butter into the pinecone, ... type of bird seed. I like ... snacks :) . (Rollie)
Mix all ingredients, ... while hot, pour over mixture, stirring well. Pour into disposable aluminum pie pans. Freeze, cut as much as needed for happy birds.
1. In a large bowl, combine cornmeal, suet/peanut butter, sugar and ... 3. Stir in bird seed. Cool. 4. ... covers badge requirement and is a lot of fun, too.
Chop or shave ... from heat. Add peanut butter and dissolve. Then ... by placing a bird pie inside and ... finely with a rolling pin and save for future use.
Preparation: 15 minutes. ... 1 cup. Combine bird seed with sunflower seeds. ... candle to secure. Frost top with peanut butter and add a cherry for the flame.
Spread peanut butter on pine cones and roll in bird seed. Attach a string or ribbon and hang from tree.
Mix together and serve to your favorite feathered friends. A nice winter treat and attracts a variety of birds.
Mix peanut butter with bird seed. Cut 6 ... Tie string around the corners to hold food inside. Tie the string to the tree and watch the birds enjoy them.
Tie string on the end of pine cones. Smear peanut butter all over pine cone, then roll in bird seed. Hang from a tree outside for the birds.
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