|Penny Whistle Party Planner|
|by Meredith Brokaw|
TWENTY-THREE UNFORGETTABLE, GOOF-PROOF PARTIES FOR KIDS OF EVERY AGE Whether your child is two or twelve, a budding ballerina or a swashbuckling p...
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Grease a 12-cup ... sugar; add unbeaten eggs, one at ... plate. Needs Cake Glaze but this cake is very good served with ice cream or fresh fruit or both.
Drain salmon and ... with fork; add egg, flour, pepper, ... about a cup full. Add to salmon mixture and drop by spoonful into hot oil. Drain on paper towels.
Sift dry ingredients ... water and beaten egg. Roll into ... to the size of Pierogi you want. ... and onions that have been fried to a golden brown. Serve.
Boil vinegar, water, ... glass jar with eggs and slice onions. Pour vinegar mixture over eggs. Cover tightly and put in refrigerator for at least 1 week.
Thaw peas; run ... pimento and ends of eggs (chopped), salt and ... cheese. Decorate with tomatoes just before serving. Use 1/2 recipe for small family.
Layer crumbs, asparagus, butter, eggs or potatoes, cheese ... with heavy layer of crumbs and pour rest of soup on top. Bake at 350 degrees until bubbly.
Chop all above ... 1/2 (large) package of Pepperidge Farm herb ... refrigerator overnight. Add enough chicken broth until real soupy. Bake at 350 degrees until set.
Mix well then ... (Microwave a couple of minutes to get ... bottle BBQ sauce (I like honey type) over meatballs. Cook on medium 6 hours or high 4 hours.
Beat eggs to light yellow. ... 350 degrees for 1 hour or until done. Makes 2 loaves. Grease and flour loaf pans well. Freezes good. Cupcakes can be made.
Cut chicken breasts ... Dip chicken in egg, coat with ... add a slice of Mozzarella cheese over ... dish. Excellent with garlic toast and a green salad.
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