|Feast of Christmas|
|by Paul Levy|
Why do we eat turkey for Christmas? The French eat white sausage too, and some go on to 13 desserts.
1 - 10 of 24 for christmas hard candy
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Mix first 3 ... of syrup form hard and brittle threads ... Blue. Orange - Orange. Grape - Purple. Lemon - Yellow. Black Walnut - Clear. Butterscotch - Gold.
Heat and stir until dissolved. Boil to 300°F. Remove from heat and add 1 dram of flavoring and food coloring desired. Pour on powdered sugar ...
Stir together following ... until it has hard crackle or hardens ... peppermint (white coloring) Pour on greased platter and as it cools, cut in small pieces.
Cook together until 280 degrees on candy thermometer: Add: Continue ... greased pan. When beginning to cool, cut into desired shape and roll in powdered sugar.
Boil until thermometer reaches hard crack (300 degrees). ... as it can be sharp. It will be very hot. Work quickly as it hardens fast. Butter your hands.
Mix first 3 ... and boil to hard cracker stage, 300 ... sugar over the candy while its still ... candy in small pieces when it is cool enough to handle.
Combine in heavy ... and put in candy thermometer. Cook to ... if you don't want too much of one flavor. The flavorings are concentrated oil flavorings.
Mix ingredients (except ... 300 degrees by candy thermometer. Do NOT ... cool enough to handle, cut with kitchen shears. Work fast as it hardens quickly.
Bring to boil ... degrees on a candy thermometer. Remove from ... cool 5-8 minutes, then roll on butter knife and cut with scissors on powdered sugar cloth.
Mix first 3 ... from heat. After candy has stopped boiling, ... into pieces, sprinkle with powdered sugar. Store in airtight containers. Makes 4 pounds.
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