|by Alan Romans|
This book both traces the history and development of the potato from its beginnings in South America to its current dominance of the food chain in...
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In a large mixing bowl, dissolve yeast in water. Stir in milk, mashed potatoes, sugar, honey, butter, eggs, cinnamon, nutmeg, currants, pineapple, ...
Place 10 inch ... peanuts, marshmallows, and potato chips. Mix well, ... Set aside. Combine candy coating and Crisco, ... hours or until set. Peel off paper.
Dissolve yeast and ... Combine boiling water, potato flakes, and salt ... bread. Decorate with candied cherries and almonds if desired. Yield: 2 coffee cakes.
Draw 10" circle ... marshmallows, peanuts and potato chips. Mix well ... cups measure, combine candy coating and shortening. ... burning and becoming lumpy.
Mix the above ingredients. Roll into small balls. Put in refrigerator 1/2-1 hour. Dip in chocolate coating: 6 ounce semi-sweet chocolate chips and ...
Mix all ingredients except chocolate coating. Drop mixture by heaping teaspoonfuls onto waxed paper. Roll into balls, chill for 1/2 to 1 hour or ...
Mix sugar and ... wax. Use toothpicks to dip potato balls in chocolate; drop on wax paper. Chill. Makes about 90 pieces. Tastes just like Mounds candy bar.
Combine ingredients, roll in balls and refrigerate. Combine the following ingredients: 1/3 bar paraffin wax, 4 squares semi-sweet chocolate Melt over ...
Mix together in baking dish. Cover sweet potatoes. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes.
Mix powdered sugar, ... 1" balls. Re-cool until firm. Stick toothpick into balls and dip into chocolate mixture. Tastes very much like Mounds candy bars.
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