|Dealing with Consumer Uncertainty|
|by Karin Bergmann|
The current practice of communication in the nutritional economy often produces significant uncertainty in a large fraction of the population.
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Combine crust, butter, sugar and almond flavoring. Press into ... for bits and use hot fudge topping instead of caramel for a chocolate chip cheesecake.
Line 9 inch ... with batter. Press almonds and 1/3 cup ... Fit bottom pastry crust into pie pan ... temperature to 375 degrees and bake 35 to 40 minutes longer.
Melt candy, marshmallow ... into baked pie shell. Chill well. Top with remaining cup of whipped cream. Can decorate with toasted almonds or chocolate peels.
Heat oven to 450 degrees. Prepare pie crust according to package ... cooled pie crust. Sprinkle with almonds. Store in refrigerator. Yield 6-8 servings.
Place pie crust in a greased ... butter, eggs and almond flavoring on top. Bake at 325 degrees for 45 minutes. Wonderful addition to the Thanksgiving table!
Soften butter and ... in whipped cream. Pour into crust. Refrigerate overnight. This may be made several days ahead of time, carefully wrapped and frozen.
Melt Hershey's bar in top of a double boiler. Add Cool Whip; mix well with spoon. Pour into pie crust. Refrigerate overnight and serve.
In large bowl, combine dry ingredients except powdered sugar. Blend at low speed until crumb mixture forms; form into a ball. Shape into fingers, ...
Heat milk and marshmallows over low heat. When melted, add chocolate to melt. Refrigerate mixture for 10 minutes. Fold in whipped cream. Refrigerate ...
Blend all together; roll in fingers with 1 teaspoon dough. Bake at 325 degrees for 10 to 15 minutes until light golden brown. Cool 2 minutes. ...
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