|Proof of the Pudding|
|by Phil Vickery|
A definitive collection by a young Michelin-starred chef who is passionate about puddings.
Results 1 - 8 of 8 for shellac
Stir together baking soda and cornstarch in a saucepan. Add water and cook over medium heat, stirring constantly. When mixture is consistency of ...
Mix cornstarch, baking ... objects may be left to dry and then painted with tempera or acrylics. Dip in shellac or brush with clear nail polish to seal.
Mix salt and ... circling into one unit. Let shapes dry for about a week until rock-like. Paint with water colors. Dry then apply 2 or more coats of shellac.
Mix flour and ... paints or leave natural. Coat with shellac. Note: Dough will keep indefinately if stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
Mix ingredients well ... Allow pain to dry and seal with clear shellac, spray plastic or clear nail polish. This recipe makes about 5 dozen 2 1/2" ornaments.
Mix cornstarch and ... of dough, stirring constantly. Cover with damp cloth. Let stand until cool. Shape as desired. Paint finished objects with shellac.
Prick bottom of ... dry. Brush on shellac. Dry. Pierce ... Push "trunk" of tree through basket. Surround base and top of basket with fresh spring flowers.
Mix flour and ... Bake at 325 degrees until light brown. Cool and paint or shellac with orange shellac. Remember to pierce a hole for hanger before baking.
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