an edible hardshell clam of the Atlantic coast of North America, often used in chowder; also called cherrystone, littleneck, quahog, hardshell clam
Anything over three inches in diameter ranks as a quahog.
In Sweden, they choose to party with Semla, a sweet bun filled with almond paste and whipped cream sitting in a bowl of hot milk.
If almond paste is not handy a small cup of almonds grated on a nutmeg grater may be used.
almond paste for Chapped Hands (which will preserve them smooth and white).
They were composed of almond paste, and coated with a brown sugary paper, which was always consumed with the rest.
Mix one pound of almond paste with one pound of powdered sugar.
Mix three-quarters of a pound of almond paste, one-half pound of sugar, and four whole eggs, and work until creamy and smooth.
Put marshmallows and almond paste in double boiler and stir until melted and well blended.
Three eggs (whites only), pound of pulverized sugar, pound of almond paste (which may be bought ready prepared).
Mix the almond paste with the sugar, add the whites of eggs, and work well.
Potato fondant shows particular superiority over the almond paste in the making of small objects and all fine and thin work.