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Re: NAEA roommate


From: Ann Carolan (acarolan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Nov 15 2000 - 10:14:24 PST


I am still looking for a roommate as Michelle can[t commit.
Are you interested?
ann carolan

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Subject: Stained Glass Dough
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Here's great edible art project for the holidays that is artistic and
delicious, and no two "sculptures" come out alike! (You can look it over in
more detail at this link to see illustrations, etc. )

Stained Glass Dough
printed with permission from book, Mudworks (Bright Ring), Kohl

Ingredients and Utensils
1 3/4 cups whole wheat flour
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 t. pumpkin pie spice (or any yummy spices, like cinnamon, cloves,
nutmeg, etc.)
1/4 t. salt=20
1/2 t. baking soda
1/2 cup margarine or butter
1 cup packed brown sugar
1 egg=20
1/2 t. vanilla=20
1/2 cup dairy sour cream
3 oz. yellow or red clear hard candies, crushed
foil covered baking sheet

1. combine flours, spice, baking soda, and salt
2. in bowl, beat margarine on medium or until softened
3. add sugar and beat until fluffy
4. add vanilla and egg and beat
5. add flour mixture and sour cream alternately, beating well
6. halve dough, cover, and chill 2 hours
7. on floured board, roll half of the dough 1/8" thick
8. cut out any shapes up to 6-8" (hint: add smaller shapes for
decorations such as noses, eyebrows, leaves, etc. from scraps - appliqu=E9.
hint: cut out holes and fill with crushed hard candy)
9. bake 6 to 8 minutes at 350=B0 until edges are brown
10. cool on sheet 10 minutes
11. peel off foil, cool
12. store in airtight container or eat
(hint: makes about 10 large cookie sculptures)

=3D make stained glass windows (hint: be careful not to make dough areas
too narrow)=20
=3D make jack-o'-lanterns, holiday ornaments, funny clown faces
=3D frost or decorate with icing


MaryAnn F. Kohl


MaryAnn F. Kohl