|Hen Eggs: Basic and Applied Science|
|by Mujo Kim|
The egg is a chemical storehouse-within an incubating egg a complicated set of chemical reactions take place that convert the chemicals into a liv...
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Spray a cookie ... Remove stems from apples. Insert a ... 310°F on a candy thermometer or until ... syrup, turning to coat. If a coconut or nut coating is wanted, roll ... - it will burn!
In large bowl, combine all ingredients; mix well. Store in loosely covered container. Makes 8 1/2 cups.
Developed by the ... Put a thin coating of apricot jam ... 3. Make 8 apple designs using green ... This should barely coat cake. With a ... omitted, #3 and #5.
Combine caramels and ... ends of each apple; dip apples ... cookie sheet. Chill until coating is firm. May add several drops of water to syrup if necessary.
Combine caramels and ... ends of each apple; dip apples ... sheet. Chill until coating is firm. May ... water to syrup if necessary. Yield: 6 candied apples.
Combine sugar, corn ... part. Turn each apple in syrup to coat. Twirl apple to spread coating evenly, let excess ... syrup thickens, reheat oven direct heat.
Insert skewer in stem end of each apple. Divide nuts ... mixture hardens while coating apples, heat over ... Sprinkle loose nuts on top of apple around skewer.
In top of ... heat chocolate caramel candy salt and water, ... water, place each apple in hot caramel ... waxed paper. Chill until caramel coating is firm.
Insert skewer in stem end of each apple. Divide nuts ... mixture hardens while coating apples, heat over ... sprinkle loose nuts on top of apple around skewer.
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