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Graded Quiz 5.2: Revising and EditingPage 1 of 91/22/2019(877) 787-8375HELP CENTERENG102_MH_V3 | Topic 5: Writing About LiteratureStarted onTuesday, January 22, 2019, 3:24 PMStateFinishedCompleted onTuesday, January 22, 2019, 3:29 PMTime taken5 mins 19 secsGrade27.00 out of 30.00 (90%)
InformationRead the passage below, and then choose the best answer to each of the following questions.How to Ice a Vampire(and live to tell the tale!)(1)First, you need to cool the vampire cookies. No one likes cold icing on a warm vampire, as it will run. There are so many cookierecipes that it’s difficult to name a favorite, but basic sugar cookie dough works just fine for this trick. Most people have dough recipes handed down from generation to generation, but if you’re just starting from scratch, you might want to look around online for a sugar cookie recipe. Many people review online recipes, so you should end up with great vampire cookies.If you’re really worried or desperate, you could even buy a tube of pre-made cookie dough, but it won’t be the same.(2)Once the vampire cookies are cool to the touch, it’s time to start the icing. To make the icing, you will need: 4 cups of confectioners’ sugar, ½ cup softened butter, 1 tablespoon of vanilla extract, 1/3 cup of milk, and 3 drops of any food coloring.Grab bowls to hold each different color you create. My favorite coloring is to combine a little blue and red to make a soft purple for the vampire’s base; that seems like a great color to ice a vampire since many vampires are often pictured as corpsely pale. I usually make yellow and red icing,too. Yellow works well for vampiric teeth, and red makes great gobs of blood from its victims. You might also include a dark

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