|Food in Grandma's Day|
|by Jeraldine Jackson|
Recalls what it was like for a young African American girl to help prepare meals for her large family living in Madison, Illinois, in the 1930s an...
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Beat egg whites, ... minutes or until frosting will stand in ... from water, add 1 1/4 teaspoons vanilla. Beat 1 more minute. Spread on your favorite cake.
Read directions for frosting before you begin. ... Add powdered sugar, pecans and vanilla. Mix well. Spread on cake IMMEDIATELY after removing from oven.
Combine all ingredients in a 2 quart saucepan and cook over medium heat until it boils. Cook approximately 10 minutes, stirring constantly. When it ...
Pour boiling water ... minutes at 350 degrees. When cake is cool, mix frosting. Spread over cake. Place under broiler and watch closely. Serves 12 to 15.
Bring to boil cream and sugar to soft ball stage (248°F). Remove from heat and add vanilla. Beat until spreading consistency (I use electric ...
Combine all ingredients ... boil. Boil for 1 minute, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Add vanilla. When cool, beat until thickened. Frost cooled cake.
Beat all together until creamy. Will frost a whole Angel Food Cake or two 9 inch layer cake, with enough for in between layers.
Stir cocoa and water to make paste. Add sugar, butter and vanilla. Mix good and spread on cake. Orange juice used for liquid is also good.
Slowly melt butter and chocolate squares on low. Remove from stove. Add egg, confectioners sugar and vanilla. With mixer, bend until creamy.
Cream butter and sugar. Add vanilla and eggs; beat. Stir in dry ingredients which have been mixed together. Stir in zucchini and nuts if desired. ...
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