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Chocolate Coating








Can use sweet confectioners', or confectioners'
plain (never use the quarter and one-pound grocery packages, as it
contains too much sugar to melt good). Place a small piece of paraffine
the size of a hickory-nut and one small teaspoon of lard in a rice
cooker, melt, add one-half pound of chocolate, stir until dissolved;
dip balls of cream in this chocolate, drop on wax paper to cool, and
you have fine hand made chocolate drops.





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