|Chip Cassidy's Wine Travels|
|by Chip Cassidy|
The art of journal writing is from another era but among wine professionals meticulous tasting notes are essential.
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Cream butter, peanut ... is reached. Roll candy into 1-inch balls ... cookie sheet. Melt chips and shortening together in top of double boiler. Keep chocolate mixture in double ... cool. Makes 8 dozen.
Mix all ingredients for candy together with hands. ... 2 hours. Melt chips and wax in double boiler. Dip balls with fork and place on waxed paper to cool.
Microwave caramels to ... melt) to form turtles. Microwave 2 to 4 minutes until chips soften. Stir well. Use to dip or frost turtle candies. Makes 2 dozen.
1/2 cup each: ... almond bark and chocolate chips in a large ... sheet. Spread the candy into a large ... or smaller, individual pizzas for anytime gifts.
Layer ingredients in a slow cooker in the order listed. Cook on low for 1 hour then stir. Cook on low 1 hour more. Spoon out by teaspoonfuls onto wax ...
Shortening for frosting: ... butter. BASE: Combine chips and chocolate squares. Microwave about ... Mix well to coat. Spread evenly ... off waxed paper. Enjoy.
In heavy saucepan, over low heat, melt chips with 1 cup ... firm. Keep remaining chocolate mixture at room ... low heat, melt coating with remaining sweetened ... about 1 3/4 pounds.
Double this recipe. ... the balls. Melt chocolate pieces and shortening ... over the chocolate coating. Melt the ... coating. Chill in refrigerator to set.
Mix in large ... one at a time. Turn to coat. Remove with fork and return to waxed paper. NOTE: Reheat chocolate over hot water if it thickens too fast.
Mix filling ingredients ... 4 hours. Melt chocolate and wax on ... wax paper. Cool. Thin chocolate with more wax as needed. Melt more chocolate as needed.
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