|The History of Guatemalan Coffee|
|by Regina Wagner|
After it emerged as a market commodity in the 18th century, coffee was easily adapted to cultivation in the highlands of Central America.
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Mix cream cheese, drained crushed pineapple, diced pepper ... made a day ahead. Variation: Add 2 teaspoons seasoned salt and 1/4 cup chopped green pepper.
Soften cream cheese at room temperature. Add pineapple, green pepper, ... chill. Then roll the cheeseball in remainder of pecans. (Cheeseball can be frozen.)
Drain crushed pineapple. Mix pineapple and cheeses well. Roll into two balls. Roll in chopped nuts. Chill.
Mix all ingredients and form into a ball, then roll in the remaining pecans and wrap in saran wrap and place in refrigerator over night before ...
Mix ingredients in order given, reserving 2/3 cup nuts. Mix well and roll in remaining nuts. Chill.
Combine first 5 ingredients. Add 1 cup pecans and mix well. Refrigerate. Shape into ball. Roll in remaining pecans. Chill!
Mix together, chill until able to handle, then roll in 1 cup chopped walnuts.
Mix all ingredients except 1 cup chopped nuts. Chill. Roll into ball, coat with chopped nuts.
Combine and roll ball in: Refrigerate overnight. Serve with crackers.
Whip cream cheese. Mix all ingredients, put in bowl. Cover with cereal or sliced almonds. Serve with crackers, apple slices, pears, carrots, sweet ...
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