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to throw the best party ever. Two new ways to make a legend Keller of inebriated colleagues wandering Rich Cocoa Fudge around in a stupor, falling through 3 cups sugar s a pa . Just ask windows, barking like dogs and trad- 2/3 cup cocoa Core. But, with the proper plan- ing clothes among each other. 1/8 teaspoon salt you won't be cryingYou know, that actually, doesn't 1-1,2 cups milk 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter especially when it comessound too bad. 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup chopped nuts, optional Christmas and Make sure the music is good Line an S-or 9-inch square pan with foil, Eve arriving in rapid-fire Entertaining music is essential to a extending foil over edges of pan. In one 40-day period, now is party's success. It needs to set a jolly Mix sugar; cocoa and salt in heavy 4- time to prepare for 'The Best tone without being intrusive--a diffi- quart saucepan; stir in milk. Cook over Bash Ever.' cult balance to strike, medium heat, stirring constantly, until keys to doing it On one hand, you don't want Perrymixture comes to full rolling boil. Boil, Como. That will make everyone really without stirring, until mixture reaches sleepy. 234F on a candy thermometer or until a Who will be at the party On the other hand, you don't want to small amount of mixture dropped into you to make sure youput on the Red Hot Chili Peppers very cold water forms a soft ball which food and drinks for every- Christmas Album. Generally speaking, flattens when removed from water.. no one wants to hear lurid tunes about Remove from heat. Add butter and vanil- certain way to avoid this trou- elves, la. DO NOT STIR. Cool at room temperature to ll0F 0uke- request that party-goers bring So, something in the middle is a warm). Beat with wooden spoon until referrably something good idea. Crooners like Andy fudge thickens and just begins to lose not taste bad. Williams, Frank Sinatra and Alicesome of its gloss. Add nuts quickly. of who they are and whatCooper are always popular during the Quickly spread into prepared pan; cool g. holidays, completely. Cut into squares. Store in will avoid having 42 tightly covered container at room tempera- cheesecakes--which actu- ture. lar~tty good--and only one Yields about 36 pieces or 1-3/4 pounds. Easy Double Decker Fudge 1 cup peanut butter chips Be sure to have am Not the kind that pops out of the toaster, although that's pretty good, too. party.goers' tastes Rather, a toast of goodwill and good person putting on the wishes, with glasses held high, is a despite their best efforts to good thing. the expenses, be responsi- So, as the party host, your job is to big-ticket items, such as pull together something clever. Maybe drinks, say something in Latin, like pabla to get an idea of what people rasa. example, a lot of folks hate Folks won't understand it, but you'll So, make sure to have sound really sophisticated and bright. green salads. Remember: Never underestimate the make sure you have value of showing off. If you can of all kinds. It also impress enough people with spurious to have all kinds of dips, acumen, or big words, then you're in people really, really business. L spicy foods. Bland is best. Don't insult the Imrty-goo a delightful deli platter is It's almost always a bad thing to tear ;Ood way to go. into people who come to parties. i, except the ani- Don't call them names. 1 sacrificed. Don't curse them. also contain fresh Don't get into fistfights with them. such as carrots, celery and It's also not a good a idea to get a Kisses. running start and smash into a crowd of people. on the alcohol If there are people at the party stay away from beer, whom you don't like, remember to be easy for some folks to pound pleasant. encourages sipping, result- After all, these are people with fami- alcohol use. lies and friends, too. They have feel- thing you want is a bunch ings. And, after all, it is the holidays. --REPAIRS ON ALL DIESEL FUEL INJECTION SYSTEMS- CALL 1-800-400-9095 AUTHORIZED TURBO SERVICE stockings with soap rill ?out bell? Pcpp 283-4i'35 Main St., afinq, 1 can (14 oz.) sweetened condensed milk, divided (not evaporated milk) 2 tablespoons butter, softened I cup semi-sweet chocolate chips 1 teaspoon vanilla extract, divided Line 8-inch square pan or 9xSx3-inch loaf pan with foil. Place peanut butter chips, 213 cup sweet. ened condensed milk and butter in medi- um microwave-safe bowl. Place chocolate chips and remaining sweetened condensed milk in second medium microwave-safe bowl. Microwave bowl with peanut butter chips at HIGH (100%) one minute or until chips are melted and mixture is smooth when stirred; stir in 1/2 teaspoon vanilla. Immediately pour and spread evenly into prepared pan. Microwave bowl with chocolate chips at HIGH one minute or until chips are melted and mixture is smooth when stirred; stir in remaining 1/2 teaspoon vanilla. Immediately pour and spread evenly over peanut butter layer; cool. Cover; retYigerate until firm. Remove from pan; place on cutting board. Peel off foil; cut into 1-inch squares. Store in tightly covered container in refrigerator. Makes about two dozen pieces. Note: For best results, do not double recipes. 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