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1 A Christmas Potpourri- Victoria Magazine Holiday 114
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3 Candied Apples/Halloween Holiday 97
4 "Ghoul-Ade" For Halloween Holiday 94
5 Bloody Eyeballs On The Rocks Holiday 94
6 Christmas Cinnamon Ornaments Holiday 91
7 Christmas Candy Canes Holiday 89
8 Caramel-Orange Buche De Noel Part 2 Holiday 86
9 Christmas Trivet Mix(Hot Pad Filler) Holiday 85
10 Christmas Candy Molds Holiday 85
11 Christmas(A Loose Incense) Holiday 85
12 Bloody Bug Juice Holiday 84
13 Baked Country Ham Holiday 84
14 Blackberry Blackheads^ Holiday 84
15 Antlers Holiday 82
16 Christmas Spiced Tea Holiday 82
17 Christmas Scent Holiday 81
18 Boozey Rich Eggnog From a Cooked Base Holiday 81
19 Cinnamon Ornaments Holiday 79
20 Christmas Wreaths Holiday 79
21 Thanksgiving Turkey Roll Holiday 76
22 Caramel Apple Witches Holiday 76
23 Christmas Stocking-Stuffer Sachet Holiday 76
24 Christmas Conserve Holiday 75
25 Cornucopia Holiday 65
26 Southern Cornbread Dressing Holiday 44
27 Kluski Z Makiem I Holiday 43
28 Ear Wax Wieners On Cotton Swabs Holiday 41
29 Placek Swiateczny Holiday 41
30 Scented Cinnamon Ornaments Holiday 40
31 Strucle Z Makiem Holiday 39
32 Crispy Caterpillar Cocoons^ Holiday 38
33 Tzimmes Kugel Holiday 37
34 Swedish Limpa Bread Holiday 37
35 Fig Spooks Holiday 36
36 Ghoul-Aid Holiday 35
37 Mucous Membrane Milkshake Holiday 35
38 Pumpkin Gingerbread Loaves Holiday 35
39 Sewer Soda^ Holiday 35
40 Rudolph's Antlers Holiday 35
41 Rumanian Fried Noodle Pudding Holiday 34
42 Orange-Cranberry Bread (Abm) Holiday 33
43 Poached Pears Holiday 33
44 Witch's Brew Ii Holiday 33
45 Holiday Muffin Mix Holiday 33
46 Sweet Potatoes Holiday 32
47 Pickled Eggs and Beets Holiday 32
48 Impossible Pumpkin Pie - 2 Holiday 32
49 Snowballs 11 Holiday 31
50 Tart De Brymlent (A Medieval Lenten Tart) Holiday 30

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2 c Flour

1/2 lb Butter

1/2 lb Cream cheese

1 x *fillings:

2 oz Goose liver paste

1 t Worcestershire sauce

1 t Steak sauce

1 x *or:

2 oz Ham, ground

1 t Steak sauce

1 t Catsup

1 x *or:

1 x Anchovy paste

1 x *or:

1 x Caviar

Work into the flour the butter and cream cheese. Chill thoroughly... over night is not too long. Take pieces of dough and roll very thin, as quickly as possible. Cut with a round cookie cutter, size of a water glass or larger if desired. Mix together ingredients for one of the fillings. Spread on dough, fold over and bake at 400-F until brown. These may be shaped earlier and baked just before serving. Serve as an appetizer with beer, except the anchovy or caviar which should be served with cocktails. Make the anchovy and caviar appetizers somewhat smaller than the ones that are to be served with beer. Source: Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Book - Fine Old Recipes, Culinary Arts Press, 1936.