|Feasting Free on Wild Edibles|
|by Bradford Angier|
This practical guide to North American edible plants explains where to find them, when and how to gather them, and how to prepare them.
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Make a crust ... dish 9 inch pie plate. Fold yogurt into Cool Whip. Fold fruit into this mixture. ... before serving or microwave 20-30 seconds to thaw.
May be made with cherries, apples or others, fresh or canned with no sugar. Lace the top or use solid crust top. Bake at 400 until syrup bubbles.
Mix pudding, milk, cream cheese, sweetener, and vanilla with mixer until smooth. Fold in Cool Whip and fruit. Place in graham cracker crust. Chill.
Crumble up angel food cake on bottom of 13x9 pan. Prepare pudding and spread over cake. Put pie filing over pudding. Top with Cool Whip and fruit.
Prepare pudding from ... into the baked pie shell. Chill 1 hour; drain pears and roll them in the orange marmalade. Place on the pie and add whipped topping.
Spray 8 to ... Cool Whip. Pour into prepared pan and chill at least 4 hours. Remove sides of pan and put cherries or fruit around outer edge of cheese cake.
Bake pie shell. Prepare dessert ... with remaining coconut. Chill at least 2 hours or until set. Stir orange juice into jelly; serve with pie as a topping.
Dissolve Jello in ... 2 cups ice cubes and stir until thickened. Using a wire whisk, add dessert whip. Fold in fruit. Put in pie shell or dessert dishes.
Let Jell-O gel slightly. Add yogurt and Cool Whip. Sprinkle graham cracker crumbs on top.
Dissolve gelatin in ... whipped topping and fruit. Chill, if ... Garnish with chocolate curls, dollops of whipped topping and additional fruit, if desired.
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