|The Complete Book of Outdoor Cookery|
|by Helen Evans Brown|
This volume showcases the uniquely thorough and simple guidance of James Beard and Helen Evans Brown on how to take the best of the kitchen and di...
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Cover bottom and sides of pan with aluminum foil. Place crackers side by side, do not overlap. Melt butter in saucepan, add brown sugar and bring to ...
Preheat oven to ... Refrigerate at least 2 hours. Peel foil from back of toffee and break with ... pieces. Store in refrigerator in a plastic container.
Heat oven to ... bits over the toffee and crackers. After ... and break with hands into desired pieces (do not cut). Store in in a container, refrigerated.
In a mixing ... balls and the toffee bits (dough will ... until golden brown. Cool for 2 minutes before removing to wire racks. Makes about 6 dozen cookies.
Prepare cake mix ... over cake. Cool cake, top with the tub of Cool Whip and sprinkle Brickles over top of all. Store in refrigerator until ready to serve.
Spoon coffee ice ... use Bits 'O Brickle.) Spread fudge ... evenly. Freeze until firm, 2 hours. Decorate with whipped cream and remaining crushed candy.
Cream butter. Add ... water. Mix in toffee bits and pecans. ... 8 to 10 minutes. Let stand for a few minutes before removing from pan. Do not over bake.
Combine first three ... minutes. Spread Cool Whip on top, then sprinkle with Bits 'O Brickle. Keep frozen until ready to serve. ... making a day ahead.)
Prepare and bake brownies as directed on package. Let cool and then crumble. In a large glass bowl put in layers 1/2 of crumbled brownies, 1/2 candy ...
Cut cooled cake into large chunks. Blend Kahlua into pudding. In glass trifle bowl, layer 1/2 cake, 1/2 pudding mixture, 1/2 whipped topping and 1/2 ...
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