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by Jephson Gibbs

  • Author: Jephson Gibbs
  • ISBN: 054526636X
  • ISBN13: 978-0545266369
  • ePub: 1629 kb | FB2: 1442 kb
  • Publisher: Scholastic (2010)
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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Fruit Salald ePub download

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Find Books With Book Wizard. lt;p Perfect first reading practice which teaches healthy eating. Shows children how to make their own fruit salad. Expand Product Details.

Frogeye salad (also frog-eye salad or frog's eye salad) is a type of sweet pasta salad (dessert salad) made with small, round acini di pepe pasta, whipped topping and egg yolks. Fruit, such as mandarin oranges and pineapples, are often mixed in, and it is sometimes topped with marshmallows, all of which contribute to the sweetness while adding variety. The humorous name obviously refers to the pasta looking like frog's eyes.

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