|The Festive Food of France|
|by Marie-Pierre Moine|
Food and drink are woven into the social history of France; every holiday, saint's day, country fair and local feast is celebrated with its own tr...
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Preheat oven 350°F. Line cookie pan with saltine crackers, fit them closely together. Microwave on high approximately 4 minutes, the butter and ...
Line cookie or ... sprinkle chocolate chips over crackers. Allow to melt and spread evenly. Refrigerate until set. Peel foil from cookies and break apart.
Arrange saltines in a single ... whole sheet of toffee should pop out. ... you like. Then either refrigerate until dessert, or freeze until the gala event.
Line cookie sheet sides with foil or parchment paper. Place a single layer of saltine crackers on cookie sheet. Melt butter and sugar together. Pour ...
Line a large ... cookie sheet with saltines. Completely cover ... they melt to evenly cover saltines. Refrigerate for 2 hours. Break in pieces to serve.
Line a cookie ... sugar mixture over saltines. Bake at ... Add crushed nuts and let the tray cool in the refrigerator for several hours. Break into pieces.
Line cookie sheet with foil. Put saltines in cookie sheet. ... cut into pieces. Very important! Butter and sugar must boil for 3 minutes, not just cook.
Foil a cookie ... sheet with the saltines so that they ... minutes, stirring constantly. Pour mixture over crackers and bake at 400 degrees for 6 minutes.
Line an oblong cookie sheet with foil. Line crackers to fill cookie sheet (salt side up). Melt butter, add brown sugar and boil for 3 minutes. Pour ...
Place a single ... chocolate chips over saltines as soon as ... brittle). This candy is nice to make during the holidays for gifts with cookies and fudge.
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