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Marshmallow Surprise!!

Marshmallow Surprise!! created by Parsley

A 50's staple if you lived in a quonset hut or fallout shelter and the nearest grocery store was 25 miles away. The ever beatifully outfitted and coiffed housewife would surely have these ingredients on hand! A piquant afterburn the likes of which cannot so much be described as experienced. A real treat for all risk-taking gourmands. You'll be belchin' Dixie!

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  • In serving bowl mix all ingredients together well. If fluff doesn't blend well, nuke a few seconds or set outside your fallout shelter overnight, loosely covered.
  • Refrigerate for at least an hour.
  • Use as a fruit dip-bananas, apples, cantaloupe; or for mortar.
  • *Be sure to use non-irradiated oranges for the zest.
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"A 50's staple if you lived in a quonset hut or fallout shelter and the nearest grocery store was 25 miles away. The ever beatifully outfitted and coiffed housewife would surely have these ingredients on hand! A piquant afterburn the likes of which cannot so much be described as experienced. A real treat for all risk-taking gourmands. You'll be belchin' Dixie!"
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  1. ThatBobbieGirl
    Eureka! I think this is the dressing that the cafeteria at Grove City College served alongside a mixture of peaches and blueberries. I couldn't get enough of it -- but I am quite depressed to discover that it contains that evil of evils, Miracle Whip.
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  2. Parsley
    Marshmallow Surprise!! Created by Parsley
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  3. Parsley
    Marshmallow Surprise!! Created by Parsley
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  4. Parsley
    I used only the finest organically-grown oranges for the zest. I added some powdered orange cheese for extra flavor and a nice color, but I think next time I will use Cheez Whiz for a smoother texture. Perhaps then it will hold the bricks together better. ;)
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  5. COOKGIRl
    A 50's staple if you lived in a quonset hut or fallout shelter and the nearest grocery store was 25 miles away. The ever beatifully outfitted and coiffed housewife would surely have these ingredients on hand! A piquant afterburn the likes of which cannot so much be described as experienced. A real treat for all risk-taking gourmands. You'll be belchin' Dixie!
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