|Secrets of New England Cooking|
|by Dorothy S. Towle|
Some 800 time-honored "receipts," collected by two avid New Hampshire cooks, combine Early American cookery, Native American food, and continental...
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Toss all ingredients ... large bowl. Refrigerate for at least one ... well blended. Pour immediately over antipasto salad. Then follow salad directions.
Blend cream cheese ... grapes. Let stand at room temperature for 1 hour. Fold in Dream Whip. Refrigerate for 3 to 4 hours or overnight. Yield: 12 servings.
Heat water and 1 cup of orange juice to boiling. Dissolve jello and salt in boiling liquid in mixing/serving bowl. Stir in the remaining orange ...
Cut all fruit in chunks and mix well for basic fruit cocktail. ... and lettuce for salad. Top with ... with hot buttered toast or muffins for a light lunch.
Grind meat, eggs, and pickles. Add salad dressing, sugar, pickles, and juice; mix. Serve on bread or crackers.
Put all the above in food chopper, grind fine. Mix thoroughly. 3 cups sugar. In large bowl, put layer ground up stuff and a layer of sugar with hand, ...
Drain peas. Put in bowl and add other ingredients. Marinate for 24 hours in refrigerator.
Toss cucumbers, scallions, and beans with seasoning. Stir in sour cream and chill thoroughly in airtight container. At serving time, stir well and ...
Dissolve the Jello in hot water and add the liquid from the can of pears. Chill until slightly thickened. Add pears (which have been cut in pieces), ...
Combine pie filling with all fruits, nuts, and marshmallows at least 4 hours before serving time. Add bananas just before serving. Can use fresh ...
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