|Hard to Swallow: A Brief History of Food|
|by Richard W. Lacey|
Award-winning microbiologist and food safety expert, Richard Lacey, sweeps away the mystery surrounding this subject and provides the reader with ...
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Cream the cream cheese, add flavoring ... dip in granulated sugar. Press sugar side down into candy molds and unmold on waxed paper. Makes about 50 mints.
Have cheese at room temperature ... granulated sugar then press into mold. Unmold at once on wax paper. Just tap the back of the mold to make the mint come out.
Soften cheese, add flavoring ... waxed paper and press. Press with a piece of jewelry or something that will make a design on mints. These mints freeze well.
Mix ingredients well. Knead well. Roll out and cut desired shapes. Let sit until hardened.
Knead real well. Roll small balls and roll in granulated sugar (very important). Press in candy mold (hearts, roses, etc.) Pop out on wax paper. May ...
Mix all together. Press into rubber molds of your choice.
Mix together sugar, cream cheese, and peppermint. ... Break into small balls. With each ball, work in the food coloring you desire. Form into size of a mint.
Soften cheese, add flavoring and color. Mix with powdered sugar and press into molds. 100 mints.
Color pink, yellow or any color desired. Have butter at room temperature. Work together real good. Shape in candy molds.
Mix into little logs - slice.
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