|Time for Tea: A Book of Days|
|by Jane Pettigrew|
In this follow-up to her "In the Victorian Kitchen", the author has compiled a series of facts and images about tea drinking.
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Shape into small balls and roll in coconut or chocolate sprinkles. Refrigerate. Cream together and add fruit (peaches, pears, grapes, apples).
Beat pudding, milk, sour cream and Amaretto (or almond extract) about 2 minutes. Refrigerate. Serve as dip for fruit.
Mix pudding, sour cream and pineapple juice until smooth. Place in bowl and serve with fruit.
Mix the vanilla pudding with the milk ... gone. Add the sour cream and orange juice concentrate. Refrigerate for 2 hours. Serve with sliced fruit of choice.
Mix all of the above 5 ... medium speed of mixer. Slice bananas, apples, grapes, oranges, melons, and marshmallows. Dip and eat! Great for kids to make.
Mix ingredients together. Chill. This is great with all kinds of fruit!
Thaw juice, but ... Beat milk and pudding for 2 minutes. Add orange juice and sour cream to pudding. Chill 2 hours. Serve as a dip with your choice of fruits.
Combine and serve with any fresh fruit.
In a small mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese and brown ... Beat in the sour cream, extracts and ... mix well. Add pudding mix; beat on ... with the chilled fruit.
Mix well and refrigerate several hours before using. Serve with platter of fresh fruit.
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