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Cowpie fudge among family favorites for the Christmas hol If you don't want the cowpie shape, Sometimes, in looking at luscious ents that aren't too hard on the pocket- use a lightly buttered pan; either way holiday treat recipes, my mouth waters book. They're easily modified to suit it tastes great• at the sight of them. I am anxious to what you have on hand, and your indi- 3 cups sugar try them out, only to find that they call vidual tastes. Experiment, explore, 2/3 cup evaporated milk for something too exotic for the local enjoy? 3/4 cup (1-1/2 stick) margarine markets or too expensive for my slim 12 oz. or 1 pkg. semi-sweet chocolate savings• chips LASSEN COUNTY TIMES • CHESTER PROGRESSIVE WESTWOOD PINEPRESS In a heavy saucepan, heat milk and margarine, ly to prevent scorching• Bring rolling boil; maintain boil utes, or bring to 234 degrees candy thermometer, or bring ball stage• (Soft ball stage small amount is dropped into a! cold water, it mainta:, shape)• Remove from heat chips• Stir well; in fact, I beat hand until smooth, add the then the marshmallow creme again until smooth; add fer pecans, but walnuts are You can pour the fudge into a buttered pan, or to celebrate the itage of the Great Basin and pour onto a sheet of waxed approximately 6 inches in Let cool slightly and pour a amount on top; cool, repeat have the amount and size and ippropriate for your brand of Almond Nut Crunch This can work with any choose your favorite nutt make them a batch as well. add your own personal favorites including cinnamon, lemon, ever strikes your fancy. Beat the white of an egg---one white for every 3/4 cup of or less, depending on how much! love meringue. Add su, the egg white---i/4 cup of each egg white will do. (I like to add a few my dad likes it with a bourbon or rum). Fold the nuts into the mixture and turn onto a lightlY greased cookie sheet and pop warm, 250-degree oven. egg white is lightl) nuts are lightly toasted. When the ture is cool, break up and store airtight jar. Cam An Italian relish that an accompaniment to meats main courses. But my family, ly my mother, loves it nestled middle of crusty sourdough spread on toast or crackers. 1/2 cup olive or vegetable oil 2-3 cloves garlic mashed, pressed 2 cups diced celery 1 large eggplant 1 large onion, chopped 1/3 cup wine vinegar 1 teaspoon sugar See Fudge,