|by Sherri Eldridge|
When it's time to make camp at the end of a day's hike, float or fishing trip, check your pack for Trailside Cooking.
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Cook brown sugar and milk to soft ball stage (begins at 234 degrees). Remove from heat and add butter and vanilla. Beat until smooth. Pour into ...
Bring brown sugar, ... plenty of this before the holidays and each male member of the family received a box of this delicious candy for a Christmas gift.
Brown 1 pint sugar slowly in heavy skillet until syrupy. As it's melting, have remaining sugar and milk cooking slowly. Pour syrup into milk and ...
Combine and cook ... To revive sugary penuche, add 2/3 cup water and re-cook as above. If it needs to be re-cooked, do not add nuts until it has been done.
Melt butter over ... creamy. Put in greased pan. Cut in squares. This candy sometimes is difficult to make but worth the effort because it is very tasty.
Melt butter, add brown sugar and cook over low heat 2 minutes. Add milk and continue cooking until mixture boils. Remove from heat and let cool at ...
Mix ingredients in saucepan. Boil slowly until a small amount dropped in a glass of cold water forms a soft ball. Cool and then beat until creamy. ...
Combine sugar, milk ... without stirring until candy reaches 238 degrees. ... squares. Store in airtight container. Yields 24 pieces (1 1/2 pounds) of penuche.
In a heavy stainless steel pan or an iron skillet, boil sugar and milk to a soft ball stage. (Test by dropping small amount in clear glass of cold ...
Combine milk, butter, brown sugar, and salt in large saucepan. Boil, not too fast, to soft ball stage. Remove from heat and cool. Add vanilla and ...
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