|Southwest Slow Cooking|
|by Tammy Biber|
In the quarter-century since cookers appeared in kitchens from coast to coast, there has never been such a flavorful collection of recipes.
61 - 70 of 219 for ornamental
Combine 1 cup ... (optional). Carefully place on wire rack to dry. Let air dry for several days, turning over occasionally. Makes 12 sweet smelling ornaments.
Stir together spices. ... the top or ornament with straw or ... occasionally, until dry. Prevent children from eating these ornaments. They are not edible.
Mix dry ingredients. ... surface for 4 or 5 days. Makes 2 dozen ornaments. Use plastic straw or sharp object to make hole for hanging. Smells good; looks cute.
Mix above ingredients ... drying, bake the ornaments on a cookie ... before drying. When shapes are dry, add ribbon hangers. You can also make a mobile.
Mix, shape or roll out and cut with cookie cutters. Dry naturally.
Combine ingredients, adding ... days. Or bake ornaments on cookie sheet ... magnets to the back. Ornaments may be left brown or painted with acrylic paint.
Stir together all ... temperature turning them 2 times a day for four days. Before dry use a straw to poke a hole in the ornament. Once dry use a ribbon to hang.
Stir together 1 cup cinnamon, 4 tablespoons white glue and 3/4 cup water. The dough should be as thick as cookie dough. Keep the dough in the ...
Mix and roll ... cookie cutters. Lay on wax paper to air dry for 2 to 3 days. Use straw to poke a hole while wet if want to string. Makes 25 to 30 ornaments.
Mix equal parts ... as Christmas tree ornaments or closet air ... They smell great! No, they do not get moldy; but handle carefully because they do break.
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