|Wine For Dummies (For Dummies (Cooking))|
|by Mary Ewing-Mulligan|
The bestselling guide that demystifies wine-now revised and updated Winner of the George Duboeuf Wine Book of the Year "Smart and totally readable.
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Line a large ... heavy cream, and pineapple (with juice) in ... 242°F. on a candy thermometer. Remove from ... Yield: about 1/2 pound pineapple candies.
Cook sugar, brown sugar, pineapple and juice slowly, ... the remaining ingredients. Beat until creamy. Pour into buttered dish. Cut into squares when cool.
Cook sugar, milk, ... rolling boil. Add pineapple and cook to ... lemon juice and nuts. Beat until smooth. Pour into pan. Allow to set, and cut into squares.
Drain pineapple saving juice. Heat ... minutes. Pour into glass baking dish, 8"x11". Next day, cut into small squares. Roll in sugar. Let set uncovered.
Cook sugar and pineapple to soft ball stage. Add butter, remove from fire and beat in marshmallows, nuts and extract. Beat until creamy.
Cook sugar, milk and pineapple until it forms ... to get the candy to harden. The ... cookbook issued by First United Methodist Church of Wharton, Texas.)
Line casserole pan ... cooked sweet potatoes, and 1 can chunk pineapple, drained. Pour over brown sugar, bake in oven 45 minutes. Add marshmallows and brown.
Place 4 pineapple slices in shallow pan with 1 1/4 cups sugar. Simmer slowly until syrup is gone, sprinkle with more sugar. Let dry. Store in covered jar.
Bake potatoes for 1 hour at 400 degrees. Cool to room temperature. Slip off skins; mash in a large bowl. Beat in remaining ingredients. Spoon into a ...
Boil the sweet potatoes whole. When cool, slice lengthwise or use ready cooked and cut sweet potatoes purchased in stores. Make a sauce using the ...
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