|The Cook's Decameron (Dodo Press)|
|by Mrs. W. G. Waters|
Mrs. W. G. Waters was the author of The Cook's Decameron: A Study in Taste Containing Over Two Hundred Recipes For Italian Dishes (1901) and Just ...
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To assemble salad, put lettuce leaf on plate. Set a pineapple ring (can be colored green if you like) on the lettuce leaf. Cut a banana in half and ...
Cut dough triangles in half. Put link on wide end. Add cheese in small strips. Roll. Bake until brown.
Cut fish into 1-inch chunks; pare potatoes and cut into 1/2-inch pieces. Peel and thinly slice onion; saute onion, celery, green pepper, and garlic ...
Mix together all ... syrup). Thoroughly mix. Shape into "space sticks" or shape desired. Store in plastic covered dish. A good snack food and lunch box treat.
Mix all ingredients. Roll into small balls (can be rolled in coconut). Refrigerate. (Great snack for kids).
Heat oil. Deep fry potatoes until golden and float. Drain, dust with season salt.
Prepared at the Space Needle as specialty ... it seems to sort of brown on its own. Serve in foil so chicken can sort of be dipped in juices while eating.
In bowl, cream butter, brown sugar, sugar, vanilla and salt. Add eggs, one at a time, mixing after each. Add flour, then chocolate chips. Spread into ...
Place a maraschino ... to make a space cube. Fill a ... the space invader and serve. Space invaders are guaranteed to provide energy for any space attack.
Mix all ingredients in mixing bowl. Roll into 1 inch balls and chill. Before serving, roll into one of the following:
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