|Roman Cookery (None)|
|by Jane Renfrew|
When the Romans invaded Britain in AD43 they introduced many items into the nation's diet which are still in common use today.
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In a large ... Krispies) and pour the first mix over. Stir to thoroughly coat. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto waxed paper and let cool until almond bark hardens.
Melt almond bark and peanut butter in double boiler. Add Rice Krispies and peanuts. Drop by spoonfuls on wax paper. Chill until set.
Melt almond bark (according to directions ... mix together and drop by spoonful onto wax paper. Let cool. Store in a Tupperware container in a cool place.
Melt almond bark in microwave. Add cereals, marshmallows and cashews. Mix well and drop on cookie sheet by spoonfuls. Leave set to harden.
Melt almond bark, then all remaining ingredients and mix well. Spread on cookie sheet to harden, then break up into pieces. Store in refrigerator.
Melt almond bark in microwave, stir ... spoon. Press on side of bowl. Push off onto wax paper. Sets up fast. Will last indefinitely when stored in cans.
Melt almond bark over low heat ... ingredients. Pour melted almonds over dry mix in large bowl. Spread on wax paper and cool. Break up into pieces. Makes lots.
Melt almond bark and peanut butter in large glass bowl in microwave on high. Add other ingredients, mix until covered. Drop by spoonfuls on wax paper.
Soften almond bark in 200 degree ... sheets. Put in a cool place so almond bark can set up again. I usually set mine in the freezer for about 5 minutes.
Melt white almond bark on top of ... Mix hard crushed candy with melted white almond bark. Spread on lined cookie sheet. Let it dry and chop into pieces.
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