|Harvest of the Cold Months|
|by Elizabeth David|
Elizabeth David's social history of ice starts in 17th-century Italy, and Florence in particular.
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Cook over low ... slab. Begin to pull as soon as candy is cool enough ... non-stick spray or brushed with vegetable or mineral oil. Makes about 1 1/4 pounds.
Boil sugar and ... start pulling, and pull until it turns ... touch. Leave until candy creams. Then put ... airtight cans. Keeps well, if kept airtight.
Combine sugar, water ... crystals. Drizzle the cream into the sugar ... without stirring until candy forms a very ... it up comfortably. Pull for a minute ... each in wax paper.
In a heavy ... sugar, water, vinegar, cream of tartar and ... still be hot), pull until white (as you would taffy). Pull the candy out into long ... before cutting into slices.
Boil sugar, salt ... butter hands and pull candy as long as ... too long - make fudge!) Wrap separately. If successful, it will turn creamy in a few hours.
In a large ... Slowly add whipping cream. Boil to ... cool enough to pull. Don't let ... 10 minutes. Store in metal airtight can. Should cream overnight.
Stir sugar and ... 260 degrees on candy thermometer. Take off ... pick candy up, pull as you would ... the candy to cream. It will ... on cold winter nights!
Cook over fairly ... paper towel. Use candy thermometer. Cook to ... minutes begin pulling. Pull until it turns ... slab until it creams. Cover with ... Makes about 1 pound.
The outside temperature ... freezing when this candy is made, and ... improved by pulling it out doors.) Pull candy until stiff and creamy; cut with scissors.
Put sugar, water, cream of tartar, and ... handle easily. Lift candy, avoiding a ... candy to "sugar". Pull the candy, doubling ... with lemon or orange.
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