|Great American Food|
|by Charles Palmer|
Singled out by food critics as one of America's top chefs, Charlie Palmer is renowned for his unfussy and unfailingly innovative cuisine.
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1. Place caramels ... sheets, arrange in turtle pattern of head ... minutes. 4. Melt chocolate and paraffin in ... container in refrigerator up to 3 weeks.
Melt caramels and cream in double boiler. Add nuts. Drop by teaspoon on buttered cookie sheet. Let stand an hour. Melt chocolate and pour over caramels.
Melt caramels with ... Let stand 30 minutes. Melt chocolate over hot water. Remove and stir until smooth. Cool; spread over caramel. Do not cover nut tips.
Melt milk and ... hours or overnight. Over double boiler, melt chocolate and paraffin together. Dip each candy piece in chocolate and put on waxed paper.
Preheat oven to ... shape of a turtle. Place a ... greased spatula. Melt chocolate chips and frost ... set. Wrap in plastic wrap and store in refrigerator.
Place caramels and ... 30 minutes. Melt chocolate chips and paraffin ... refrigerate another 30 minutes, uncovered. Store in airtight container in refrigerator.
Melt caramels over ... 5 minutes. Melt chocolate chips in double ... on top of each turtle. Spread evenly with spatula. Set in cool, dry place until set.
Melt butterscotch and chocolate morsels in double boiler on low burner. Stir constantly. Then add nuts and noodles. Drop by spoonful on wax paper.
Cook 1 pound caramel candy and Pet milk ... cool, dip in chocolate mixture (make chocolate ... melting chocolate and paraffin). Place on buttered surface.
Place 4 cashews ... cookie sheet. Melt caramels and spoon on teaspoons over nuts. Let set until cool. Melt chocolate chips and spoon over caramels. Let set.
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