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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:02:07 AM. Recipe ID 25581. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Mice
 Categories: Desserts, Australian, Usenet
      Yield: 1 Serving
           Angelica (Cut two pieces
           -of crystalized (candied)
           -angelica, each about
           -1/8 inch by 2 inches)
      2    Almonds (blanched)
      2    Pear halves, preferably
           -canned (for
           -authenticity), but
           -cooked, fresh pear
           -would do
  Carefully halve the almonds along the natural split in the nut.
  (This is easiest after they are still wet from blanching.)  Place the
  pear halves, round side up, in the serving dish.
  At the narrow end of each half, add two almond halves to make mouse
  ears. At the other end, insert the angelica to make a tail.
  *  A quick pear dessert -- In general, a typical Australian dish is a
  typical British dish, which is to say a typical European or American
  dish with most of the subtleties of flavour (and difficulty in
  making) removed. The following dessert is a genuine Old Family
  Favorite in Australia.
  *  Candied angelica is almost impossible to find in North America.
  Anything else with the appropriate properties of sweetness and shape
  may be substituted, e.g.  a piece of chocolate or candy cut to size,
  such as an Ovation mint divided longitudinally.
  : Difficulty:  easy.
  : Time:  2 minutes.
  : Precision:  don't measure, count.
  : ////   An Australian, far from home.
  :    Graeme Hirst    University of Toronto  Computer Science
  Department : ////   utcsri!utai!gh  /  gh@toronto

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Recipe ID 25581 (Apr 03, 2005)

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