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Red, White, and Blue Pop Rocks Recipes to Celebrate 4th of July with a Bang

Aside from grilled foods and refreshing summer cocktails (because #obviously), fireworks are inarguably the best part of Independence Day. Now you can have your fireworks and eat them too with these...

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Looking for Regal Crown Sour Cherry Candy

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by Diane K 19 years ago

Looking for a candy that was popular in the late 1960's and 1970's called Regal Crown Sour Cherry Candy, it was sold in a roll and each candy was individually wrapped in waxed paper. I believe it w...

Sixth Course Artisan Confections in SF Mission review w/ PICS

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by hhc 4 years ago

I tried out Sixth Course dessert shop on Sat 3/12/16 during the rain. Nobody else was there so that was nice, people did come in after me. I couldn't decide on 2 desserts so I got them both. D...

Any Holiday Candymakers?

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by PotatoHouse 2 years ago

I decided to make classic Divinity so this is the recipe that I used. It came out P-E-R-F-E-C-T!!! Patience and attention to detail when making the syrup at the beginning is the key. Anybody el...

See’s Fudge Recipe

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by Beegee1 2 years ago

The past few years I have had problems with the fudge setting up. I’ve tried a metal pan, a glass pan, cooking the mixture longer, less marshmallows, more marshmallows. This year I poured it in...

Divinity

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by pembree 5 years ago

I have been making divinity at Christmas time for the past 25+ years. It all began when I purchased the Oster stand mixer in the 80s. It always turned out great, even when the old Oster smelled l...

Remembering Flavor Straws...just for a moment.

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by liu 14 years ago

I know this post has nowhere to go but back, waaaaaaay back... Does anyone remember those original flavor straws? I mostly remember that it had a piece of felt in the upper part that was satur...

Pulverizing hard candy

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by Jaze 13 years ago

I would like to make a powder out of some hard candy to use as a garnish. Is there a particular technique from turning hard candy into a dry, granular powder? I want a consistency something like fi...

"Soft Peanut Brittle"

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by Godslamb 2 years ago

Hi, I am looking to find a "soft peanut brittle" recipe. My Mom made one about 5 years ago, but has lost the recipe. I would very much like to make this for her. Does anyone know of a softer textur...

Best candy & bakeries in NE Wisconsin (GB/Manitowoc/Fox Valley)

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by cookingofjoy 8 years ago

I found this article, and I'm hoping to plan a little road trip visiting some great candy or chocolate shops and bakeries. http://travel.nytimes.com/2008/02/08/travel/escapes/08candy.html?pagewant...

I am trying to locate a certain violet candy

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by RuthieBlue1 8 years ago

Does anyone know who sells a violet candy that is a small piece of candy, pale violet and kind of powdery. There was also a grayish version that you would see in candy dishes at restaurants, with ...

Homemade Halloween Candy

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by maccrogenoff 3 years ago

Hi All You Sweet Tooths, I made the raspberry lollipops from Ottolenghi/Goh's Sweet. They are beautiful and delicious. I plan to make another batch. I also plan to make caramels, toffee and fudg...

Who do you think makes the BEST english toffee?

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by Michelly 10 years ago

And I don't mean Almond Roca or Heath...I mean the stuff that's FRESH and has that wonderful combination of crunch and melt-in-your mouth, with the obvious flavor of butter. I like Ethel M's, bu...

zero chocolate bar?

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by rikk 9 years ago

Anyone familiar/remember Zero chocolate? the "cool" chocolate? Where can I buy in montreal? Can't find anywhere!

Barricini Candy

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by motto14620 4 years ago

We grew up with our Dad returning from NYC with those wonderful three layer Barricini chocolates. Now that Bazzini has purchased the brand and basically killed it, anyone have a recipe to duplicate...

Turkish Delight (Nougat/Nuts type) in San Francisco

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by OC Mutt 3 years ago

Hounds, can you help me find some nougat and nuts (various types preferably) Turkish delight in San Francisco? I've seen the type made of fruit gels but not the kind that is nougat covered in and/...

Loft's Candy and Butter Nut Crunch

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by Hazel 16 years ago

Back in the day, mom thought Loft's candy stores had the best butter nut crunch. I can't find a Loft's store (anyone know what happened?) but would like to know where the tastiest butter nut crunch...

Candy Question

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by Cofechic 5 years ago

In a candy store near my home, they make a confection called Peanut Butter Crunch. It's kind of like the inside of a butterfinger bar only not as brittle. I have googled lots and seen all the cop...

Foreign Candy Near Santa Monica

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by GoldfishHero 3 years ago

I'm looking for a specific South African candy called Peppermint Crisp for a gift. Anyone know of a specialty shop or foreign market near Santa Monica that sells this? Thank you.

Where to find halva downtown?

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by chloe103 9 years ago

Help! I got completely addicted to the halva they used to stock at Chris's in St. Lawrence Market. It was Greek and came in giant slabs, from which they'd cut off slices. They've stopped selling it...

Turkish Taffy Recipe

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by phatchamp 9 years ago

I picked up a Bonomo Turkish Taffy bar the other day and it was delicious. I'm looking for a way to make it at home. Any ideas? Or maybe a good recipe for a firm nougat? They would be very simi...