|In Praise of the Potato|
|by Lindsey Bareham|
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Melt chocolate chips and butter (in the microwave) or in top of double boiler. When completely melted, remove from heat and beat until cool. Add ...
Melt butter and chocolate bits. Remove from heat. Stir in nuts, then mini marshmallows. Optional: sprinkle coconut on wax paper. Roll mixture on wax ...
Sprinkle powdered sugar ... 290 degrees on candy thermometer. Remove from ... cookie sheets. Cool and break into small pieces. Makes 2 1/4 pounds candy.
Melt together chips ... this in slices, you will get the prettiest slices and it looks like a window glass. Don't worry, the wax paper will peel off easily.
Mix the food ... the very hot candy mixture. If you ... high heat or the fumes of the alcohol can and have caught fire (burned the hair off my arm once!).
Melt chocolate chips and butter in double boiler. Cool. Add nuts and marshmallows. Sprinkle coconut on sheet of wax paper. Spoon mixture on wax paper ...
Cook to hard crack (300 degrees). Pour 1 dram flavoring and red food coloring for cinnamon into pan and mix. Pour onto buttered cookie sheet. Cool ...
Boil to crack stage (300 degrees). Use thermometer. Add 1+ teaspoon flavoring oil (comes in tiny bottle at drug store) and food coloring. Mix quickly ...
Combine sugar, syrup and food coloring in heavy pan and cook on low heat until dissolves. Bring to hard crack stage (300 degrees). Remove from heat ...
Cook together in 4 to 6 quart saucepan to 300 degrees about 35 minutes. Add flavoring (1 teaspoon oil or 1 small bottle), a few drops of coloring ...
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