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Whipped Jello

----- Original Message -----
From: "Christy" 
To: phaedrus
Sent: Sunday, November 24, 2002 11:42 AM
Subject: Whipped Jello

> I have seen many recipes call for whipped jello--but none that 
> tell you how to make whipped jello--my boyfriend loves it and 
> says he used to get it in elementary school over 20 years ago.  
> Could you please help me out?
> Thanks
> Christy 

Hello Christy,

Below are several different whipped jello recipes.


Whipped  Jello

 Ingredients :
 1 pkg. of raspberry Jello
 1 can mixed fruit
 1 med. container of Cool Whip or real whipped cream

 Preparation :
    Make Jello.  After it has set, whip with beaters, then add fruit
 and Cool Whip. Let set.  You can add cherries on top if you like.
 Whipped  Jello

 Ingredients :
 Sm. box of Jello
 1/2 pt. of Cool Whip

 Preparation :
    Make Jello.  When Jello is hard, put 1/2 Cool Whip and use the
 mixer on medium until creamy and serve.
  Whipped  Jello

 Ingredients :
 1 lg. pkg. Jello
 1 sm. Dream Whip
 2 c. boiling water
 2 c. ice

 Preparation :
    Make Jello, add ice.  Mix Dream Whip in with mixer.  Pour in
 dish.  Makes 2 layers.
 Whipped  Jello

 Ingredients :
 1 box Jello
 2 c. water

 Preparation :
    Make the Jello and refrigerate for 1 hour.  With electric beater,
 whip Jello for about 5 minutes.  Refrigerate.  This Jello is easier
 for little kids to eat.
 Whipped  Jello

 Ingredients :
 Sm. box of Jello
 1/2 pt. of Cool Whip

 Preparation :
    Make Jello.  When Jello is hard, put 1/2 Cool Whip and use the
 mixer on medium until creamy and serve.

Vino Cotto

----- Original Message -----
From:  Geri
To:  phaedrus
Sent: Sunday, November 24, 2002 10:09 AM
Subject: vino cotto
> do you have a recipe for vino cotto using wine?
> If not, can it be purchased, where in Queens, New York?
> thanks,
> geri

Hi Geri,

You can probably find vino cotto at an Italian grocery.

If you want to make it yourself, you must make it from grape juice. You can't make it from wine. You take clarified grape juice and boil it down to 1/3 of its volume. That's the vino cotto that's used in cooking. This sweet liquid is sometimes left to ferment, so in it's later stages it may contain a little alcohol and may be bottled as a sweet wine that is also called "vino cotto". However, in cooking, the vino cotto that is referred to is the beginning sweet grape syrup that's been boiled down from unfermented grape juice.

"Cooked wine, must - Vin cotto, mosto
This is made in the country side with the non-fermented juice of grapes pressed for wine called mosto, must. Since this is not availbale in town you can make it with grapes. They must be very very sweet ones. You need several bunches of sweet red or white grapes."

"Wash and dry the grapes and separate them. Press them and filter the juice so that it is clear with no pips, filaments or skin. Simmer the juice for several hours stirring often with a wooden spoon. It is ready when it is dense and runny like honey."


Whole Grain Caramel Rolls

----- Original Message -----
From: Deidra
To: phaedrus
Sent: Saturday, November 23, 2002 7:44 PM
Subject: Lost: Whole Grain Caramel Roll Recipe

> I got this recipe out of one of those mini cookbooks like the 
> Pillsbury bake-off ones. There were cinnamon rolls on the cover 
> and this was another recipe inside. A lot like sticky buns. 
> This was probably 7 or 8 years ago. It uses Pillsbury hot roll 
> mix, wheat flour and wheat germ. Any chance you can
> find the recipe? Thanks in advance!
> Deidra

Hello Diedra,

Below is the closest recipe that I could find. It's whole wheat, but it doesn't call for wheat germ. It is from Pillsbury, but it doesn't call for Pillsbury hot roll mix. Best I can do.


Whole Wheat Caramel Rolls

Recipe By :
Serving Size : 16 Preparation Time :0:00
Categories : Bread Breadmaker

Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
-------- ------------ --------------------------------
1 c all-purpose flour -- up to 2 cups
1 c whole wheat flour
3 tbsps sugar
1 tsp salt
1 tbsp active dry yeast
3/4 c milk
1/4 c water
2 tbsps shortening
1 c firmly packed brown sugar
1/3 c butter or margarine -- melted
1/2 c chopped nuts

Grease 9 inch square pan. Lightly spoon flour into measuring cup; level off.
In large bowl, combine 1/2 cup all-purpose flour, whole wheat flour, sugar,
salt and yeast; blend well. In small saucepan, heat milk, water and
shortening until very warm (120 to 130F). Add warm liquid to flour mixture.
Stir by hand until dry ingredients are moistened. Stir in additional 1/4 to
3/4 cup all-purpose flour to form a stiff dough. On floured surface, knead
in 1/4 to 3/4 cup all-purpose flour until dough is smooth and elastic, about
5 minutes. Place dough in a greased bowl; cover loosely with plastic wrap
and cloth towel. Let rise in warm place (80 to 85 F) until light and doubled
in size, about 1 1/4 hours.

Punch down dough several times to remove all air bubbles. On lightly floured
surface, roll dough to 16x12 inch rectangle. In small bowl, combine brown
sugar and margarine; blend well. Spread evenly over dough; sprinkle with
nuts. Starting with 16 in side, roll uip tightly, pressing edge to seal. Cut
into 16 slices; place cut side down in greased pan. Cover; let rise in warm
place until light and doubled in size 45 to 60 minutes.

Heat oven to 350 F. Uncover dough. Bake 25 to 30 minutes or until golden
brown. Cool 2 minutes; turn onto serving plate.

"Pillsbury BEST Flour"
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Per Serving (excluding unknown items): 199 Calories; 9g Fat (37.5% calories
from fat); 3g Protein; 29g Carbohydrate; 2g Dietary Fiber; 12mg Cholesterol;
185mg Sodium. Exchanges: 1 Grain(Starch); 0 Lean Meat; 0 Non-Fat Milk; 1 1/2
Fat; 1 Other Carbohydrates.

White Chocolate Berry Pie

----- Original Message -----
From:  Dwayne
To: phaedrus
Sent: Saturday, November 23, 2002 6:43 PM
Subject: Custard pie

> Hello,
> Several years ago I found a recipe in a magazine for a custard pie 
> made with real whipping cream and berries. You would take a baked 
> pie crust; sprinkle with fresh berries; and spoon in the custard. 
> This was then topped with more berries and whipped cream. The best 
> part of this pie was the custard which was prepared on the stove 
> top. The only ingredient that I can remember in the custard was 
> real whipping cream. Any help in finding this recipe would be 
> immensely appreciated since my fussy father loved this pie.
> And when he likes something, it must be good!
> Dwayne

Hello Dwayne,

You wrote that the berries were raspberries and that it had white chocolate.After a great deal of searching, the below recipe is as close as I can get to what you describe.


White Chocolate Berry Pie

desserts, pies, cyberealm, cheesecakes

1 pkg (15oz) pillsbury refrigeratd pie crusts
5 squares baker's premium white chocolate
2 tablespoon milk
4 oz philly brand cream cheese [softened]
1/2 cup powdered sugar
1 teaspoon orange peel [grated]
1 cup whipping cream [whipped]
2 cup raspberries or sliced strawberries or both mixed

1) Prepare and bake the pie crust according to package instructions for one
crust baked shell, and let cool completely... 2) Microwave 4 squares of the
white chocolate and milk for about 2 min. or `til almost melted. Stir `til
melted and let cool to room temp... 3) Beat cream cheese, powdered sugar,
and orange peel in a small bowl with an elec. mixer on low speed `til
smooth. then fold in the white chocolate mixture... 4) Fold the whipped
cream into the chocolate mixture and spread into the cooled pie shell.
Arrange the berries on the filling and drizzle the remaining melted
chocolate... Refrigerate for at least one hour before serving...


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Janice
  To: phaedrus 
  Sent: Sunday, November 24, 2002 1:21 PM
  Subject: christmas cookies

  I'm looking for an old family recipe from Switzerland.  It is 
  the "traditonal" Chirstmas cookie.  It is made with crushed 
  almonds, egg whites and confectioners powdered sugar.  They  
  are rolled and cut into little stars; and icing of egg whites 
  and confectioners sugar are put on top-then baked.

  Thank you,
  Janice from NY 

Hi Janice,

Those cookies are called "Zimtsterne." There's a recipe below.



  3 eggs
  1 egg white
  50g (1 3/4 oz) flour
  2 teaspoons cinnamon
  300g (10 1/2 oz) sugar
  600g (21 oz) milled almonds
  2 tablespoons vanilla
  100g (3 1/2 oz) powdered sugar

  Beat eggs, sugar, and vanilla together until creamy. Stir in flour, 
  almonds and cinnamon.

  Beat egg whites until stiff and stir in the powdered sugar. Roll the 
  dough flat (1 cm/0.4 in), cut out stars and paint the top with the 
  egg white/powdered sugar mixture.

  Heat oven to 150C (300F) and bake between 10 to 15 minutes. Rather 
  bake 15 minutes at lower temperature.


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