|The Duck Cookbook|
|by James Peterson|
Nearly everyone enjoys eating duck, but the prospect of cooking it at home can intimidate even the most accomplished home chef.
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Beat first 3 ingredients until light and fluffy. Add milk slowly while beating icing on slow speed; add vanilla. Increase speed of mixer and beat for ...
Whip all together until thick enough to spread. For chocolate frosting, add 1/4 cup cocoa.
Cream sugar, buttermilk and flour in large bowl. Add raisins, soda, cocoa, jams, walnuts and beat. Add spices and eggs, beating well. Pour into 2 or ...
Combine sugar, butter and milk in a medium saucepan. Bring to a boil and cook 1 minute. Remove from heat and add chocolate chips. Blend until smooth.
Using mixer on low speed, mix all ingredients, mixing well, then beat on high speed. The longer it beats, the fluffier it gets. You may add what ...
Melt chocolate bits and butter in double boiler. (Beware! Not too hot!) Stir in remaining ingredients to a spreading consistency.
Separate the eggs; beat separately. Heat 3/4 cup syrup to a boiling point, slowly pour in yolks, beating constantly. Fold in beaten whites, vanilla, ...
Combine above ingredients. ... together cream cheese, confectioners' sugar, butter and vanilla until smooth. Frost bars and sprinkle with nuts and coconut.
Have cream cheese ... are used. This frosting also lends itself ... heat. Beat in butter and add vanilla. Beat until icing reaches spreading consistency.
In a large ... vanilla and salt into chocolate mixture until creamy. Gradually beat in remaining powdered sugar alternately with milk until smooth. Frost cake.
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