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Drizzle and Drag Design

This design adds a little glamour to any cake...and it's easy to do! First, spread the frosting over the cake, making it smooth and even. Place melted chocolate in a resealable plastic bag; cut a…

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Drizzling Chocolate Over Bars

Melt chocolate according to recipe directions. Transfer to a resealable plastic bag and cut a small hole in one corner. While moving back and forth over the bars, gently squeeze out the melted…

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Dusting Cakes with Confectioners' Sugar

Place confectioners' sugar in a small metal sieve or sifter; shake or sift over the top of the baked and cooled cake. To make a pattern lay a doily over the cake; sift an even layer of sugar over…

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Dusting With Sugar

When your recipe calls for dusting a baked item with powdered sugar, use a mesh tea ball. It works wonders and won't create a dust storm. -Nancy Ramey, La Pine, Oregon

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Easy Floral Arranging

By making a grid with tape, you can arrange flowers like a pro and create a stunning centerpiece.

Put a handful of floral marbles or stones in the bottom of you bowl or vase. Place strips of…

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Easy Holly Idea

To make glaze: Combine 3 cups confectioners' sugar and 6 tablespoons milk. Spread over cookies.

Immediately dot green food gel on each cookie.

Gently pull a toothpick through dots toward…

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Easy Ornament Centerpiece

Set a few ornaments on a long, rectangular serving tray. Adorn the display with fresh pine cones and ind boughs, artificial leaves and berries, or an of your favorite yuletide trinkets.

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Easy-Going Easter Flowers

For text see HCA_2008, p.149.

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Easy-to-Make Bread Crumbs

Many recipes call for soft or fresh bread crumbs, which are so easy to make in a food processor or blender. Simply tear a few slices of bread into 1-1/2-in. pieces and place in the food processor…

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Edible Blooms Made in Minutes

1. Cut six Kraft Jet-Puffed Stacker Mallows into pretty shapes with a 1 1/4-in. scalloped round cookie cutter. Next, cut holes in the center of each small round with an apple corer or a 3/4-in.…

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