The Art Of Homemade Candy Making

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The Art Of Homemade Candy Making

Author : Chef Donald E Stacy Sr
ISBN : 1503148491
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Homemade candy can be fun to make. I have tried to put many different types of candy recipes in this book. So if you are new to the world of confectionery, you might find some of the recipe instructions confusing. Candies that are based on a sugar syrup-sugar and water boiled together-often give instructions to boil the syrup to a specific temperature. To make these recipes, you will either need a candy thermometer, or will need to be familiar with the "cold-water method" of temperature checking. So get your apron on and Let's Get Creative!!!

Homemade Candies

Author : The Enthusiast
ISBN : 1595837507
Genre : Cooking
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Learn to make candy to delight the children and sweet-toothed grown-ups. Candy that is creamy and velvety-smooth and has melt-in-your-mouth texture — the kind of candy that can be made by following the tested recipes in Easy Home Candy Making. The sweet reader will learn to make delicious, beautiful candies — for the appreciative family and as gifts at holiday time and all the year round. The idea that candy making is difficult is prevalent, and the object of this book is to remove that erroneous impression; to teach the budding Wonka's how to make candies equal in appearance to the confectioner. With Easy Home Candy Making as a guide children, with supervision, can master the art of candy making, and not one recipe in the book is too difficult for the beginner to attempt. Recipes include, Black and Tans, Snowballs, Chocolate Jelly Squares and Fruit Filled Bonbons.
Category: Cooking

The Art Of Delicious Homemade Candy For Personal Family And Business Purpose

Author : William Jones
ISBN : 9781304443878
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Hi, my name is William Jones and I've been making candies for years Making candies is fun Surely you'll make a mess the first few tries but that is part of the learning process Making candies is not that difficult but you still need to know what you're doing My goal is by the time you finish reading this book, you are ready to pick up the bowl and spatula for your first attempt in making candy Inside you'll find: -the 4 basic ingredients you must have to make candy -20 basic tools you need to have -the importance of humidity in candy -7 safety measures on how to handle boiling sugar -the 5 general guidelines for cooking candy -I even included troubleshooting in candy making -candy recipes? I included few of them as well
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Candy Clay Creations

Author : Beth Jackson Klosterboer
ISBN : 1539000435
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Do you love the look of fondant decorations, but hate the taste? How would you like something that looks and acts like fondant, but tastes like chocolate? It's... CANDY CLAY! With a simple 2-ingredient recipe you can create your own homemade candy clay to decorate some amazing treats. In this 100 page book you'll learn how to make candy clay, fix greasy or dry candy clay, make candy clay decorations, and decorate 17 adorably cute treats using candy clay. This book is the ultimate guide to working with candy clay. You'll find in depth step-by-step instructions along with bright colorful photos that will walk you through the process of making perfect candy clay each time you want to make fun treats for holidays and special occasions.


Author : Samira Kawash
ISBN : 9780374711108
Genre : Cooking
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For most Americans, candy is an uneasy pleasure, eaten with side helpings of guilt and worry. Yet candy accounts for only 6 percent of the added sugar in the American diet. And at least it's honest about what it is—a processed food, eaten for pleasure, with no particular nutritional benefit. So why is candy considered especially harmful, when it's not so different from the other processed foods, from sports bars to fruit snacks, that line supermarket shelves? How did our definitions of food and candy come to be so muddled? And how did candy come to be the scapegoat for our fears about the dangers of food? In Candy: A Century of Panic and Pleasure, Samira Kawash tells the fascinating story of how candy evolved from a luxury good to a cheap, everyday snack. After candy making was revolutionized in the early decades of mass production, it was celebrated as a new kind of food for energy and enjoyment. Riding the rise in snacking and exploiting early nutritional science, candy was the first of the panoply of "junk foods" that would take over the American diet in the decades after the Second World War—convenient and pleasurable, for eating anytime or all the time. And yet, food reformers and moral crusaders have always attacked candy, blaming it for poisoning, alcoholism, sexual depravity and fatal disease. These charges have been disproven and forgotten, but the mistrust of candy they produced has never diminished. The anxiety and confusion that most Americans have about their diets today is a legacy of the tumultuous story of candy, the most loved and loathed of processed foods.Candy is an essential, addictive read for anyone who loves lively cultural history, who cares about food, and who wouldn't mind feeling a bit better about eating a few jelly beans.
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Truffles Candies And Confections

Author : Carole Bloom
ISBN : 9780307791306
Genre : Cooking
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With TRUFFLES, CANDIES, AND CONFECTIONS at your side, starting a candymaking tradition will be as rewarding as it is delectable. Imagine your favorite candy—maybe it's a velvety raspberry truffle or a piece of crisp English toffee. In this completely revised and expanded edition of a culinary classic, pastry chef and teacher Carole Bloom shows intrepid bakers how to turn their visions of sugarplums into home-baked perfection. Bloom begins with an illuminating discussion of candymaking essentials, from ingredients to tools to techniques, and then shares more than 180 exquisitely detailed recipes for truffles, caramels, nut brittles, fudge, and more. If you haven't dared to try candymaking or have been frustrated by attempts in the past, get out the baking sheets and gift boxes—it's time to prepare, devour, and share batches of blissful, homemade treats like Mocha Truffles, Hazelnut Chocolate Kisses, Vanilla Cream Caramels, Butter Peanut Brittle, and Maple Pecan Fudge. Bloom's clear, concise instructions will help beginners master even the trickiest techniques, like tempering chocolate and making caramel, and her many recipe variations will inspire experienced candymakers to experiment with new flavor combinations.
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Natural Cooking The Old Fashioned Way

Author : Robert W. Pelton
ISBN : 9780595003754
Genre : Cooking
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Natural Cooking the Old-Fashioned Way is an innovative book, to say the least. It is an unusual compilation of usable recipes from days long gone by—many of them from the colonies of pre-Revolutionary War days. Other delightful food preparation methods are from the bustling and colorful 1800's. Many of the recipes in this volume were carefully treasured for years and handed down through the author's family over a number of generations. Other recipes are classics, in the historical sense, for they were known to be the favorites of notable families from the distant past. Each recipe is concocted completely with the natural and unadulterated ingredients. All are appetizing and healthful.
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Sweet Miniatures

Author : Flo Braker
ISBN : 9781452111513
Genre : Cooking
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Award-winning author and acclaimed baking expert Flo Braker knows the best things come in small packages. Now this acclaimed author is back with a revised and expanded edition of her beloved Sweet Miniatures. Winner of the IACP Single-Subject Cookbook Award, Sweet Miniatures offers rich, all-new color photography, a whimsically appealing design, and step-by-step instructions for making all kinds of delectable desserts scaled down to an irresistible one-bite size. Miniature chewy Panforte di Siena, crispy Florentine Squares, and tangy Shreveshire Tarts will whisk family and friends away on an exciting mouthwatering journey. Little sweet somethings—Candied Almond Clusters, Golden Caramels, and Toffee Butter Crunch—make a thoughtful gift during the holidays. From cheerful Chocolate Hedgehogs to a set of Midas Cups for adding that golden touch to a festive soiree, Sweet Miniatures has all the right ingredients for creating the perfect bite-size morsel to suit any occasion.
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Author : Elizabeth McCants Drinnon
ISBN : 0865545693
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Thus was the inauspicious beginning of a multi-million dollar chain that was eventually to stretch from coast to coast and number 350 stores. Stuckey, as he was known by everyone, never forgot his humble beginnings.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Christmas Sweets

Author : Georgeanne Brennan
ISBN : 0811859320
Genre : Cooking
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Lush full-color photographs complement a festive collection of special holiday sweets and treats--for gifts, crafts, decorations, and entertaining--including Chocolate Fudge, Almond-Butter Toffee, Pecan Lace Cookies, Apricot-Pistachio Bars, a Candy Acorn Kissing Ball, and many more. 25,000 first printing.
Category: Cooking

Teddy S Child

Author : Virginia Van der Veer Hamilton
ISBN : 9781588381958
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Dr. Virginia Hamilton has long been admired for the prose styling of her academic publications and the vigor of her research. In Teddy¿s Child: Growing Up in the Anxious Southern Gentry Between the Great Wars, the respected historian chronicles her own lineage and discovers the commonalities that transcend the generations. Supplemented by images of family memorabilia, this scrapbook cum thesis explores the foibles, virtues, singularities, and collective tendencies that constitute a heritage and help explain one generation to another.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Spring Lake Heights

Author : Lissa Wickham McGrath
ISBN : 9781614236047
Genre : History
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From very humble beginnings, this small but charming borough has evolved into one of the New Jersey Shore's most vibrant business and residential communities. While Spring Lake Heights now enjoys numerous modern facilities, the town still contains many visible links to its unique past. This book explores these links and offers readers insight into various personalities, socio-economic factors, and local lore that have helped to shape the identity of this community. It includes an Irish pub that was also a brewery and stage coach stop in the late 1800s; an inn that once doubled as a brothel; a tea room once home to an international mail fraud ring; an historic cemetery and church; and a beautiful country club that once frequently hosted Richard Nixon.
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The Art And Soul Of Baking

Author : Cindy Mushet
ISBN : 9780740773341
Genre : Cooking
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Presents a collection of recipes for a variety of baked goods along with information on equipment, ingredients, and baking methods.
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Historic Erie County

Author : Edward T. Wellejus
ISBN : 9781883658441
Genre : Erie County (Pa.)
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An illustrated history of Erie, Pennsylvania, paired with histories of the local companies.
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Explorer S Guide Maryland Third Edition Explorer S Complete

Author : Leonard M. Adkins
ISBN : 9781581578218
Genre : Travel
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“Adkins’s insightful assessments are right on the mark . . . The historical references and insider’s tips made me want to pack my luggage immediately.”—Connie Yingling, Maryland Office of Tourism Development Maryland offers an abundance of natural and cultural riches. Limitless exploration and entertainment opportunities await travelers and residents alike, and this thoroughly revised edition of Explorer’s Guide Maryland is the perfect companion for every excursion. The best restaurants, places to stay, and activities for every budget and interest are laid out in an easy-to-navigate guide as useful on the bookshelf as it is in the glove compartment. Descriptions and listings cover the whole state, including the quiet Eastern Shore; picturesque, historic Annapolis; the heart of downtown Baltimore; the many historical sites dotting the southern region; and the scenic northwestern mountains. Detailed maps and a “What’s Where” subject guide will aid in travel planning. Author Leonard Adkins spent months traveling to research hundreds of inns, B&Bs, vacation cottages, museums, historic sites, special shops, fishing areas, and much more. Want to know where to find the quintessential crab feast? The finest five-star restaurant? All the Maryland reviews and recommendations you’ll ever need are right here. Features include: hundreds of dining and lodging reviews, from soft-shell crabs to four-star cuisine; opinionated listings of inns, B&Bs, hotels, and vacation cottages; up-to-date regional and downtown maps; an alphabetical "what's where" guide for trip planning; handy icons pointing out places that offer best value, cater to families, welcome pets, and provide handicapped access; calendar guides to annual events and celebrations.
Category: Travel

Party Foods

Author : Lucinda Christenson Larsen
ISBN : MINN:31951000394206Y
Genre : Cake
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The Art Of Spoon Carving

Author : Lora Susan Irish
ISBN : 9780486813493
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Beautifully illustrated guide by a master woodcrafter presents 12 projects, with mix-and-match suggestions for creating dozens of spoons and other implements. Perfect for beginners, the book features clear, detailed directions.
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Baker S Field Guide To Holiday Candy

Author : Dede Wilson
ISBN : 9781558327535
Genre : Cooking
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Celebrate the holidays (or any day!) with festive homemade treats from around the world.
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