|The London Ritz Book of English Breakfast|
|by Helen Simpson|
The author of the continuing bestseller and perennial gift favorite The London Ritz Book of Afternoon Tea gives us a charming companion volume in ...
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Combine all ingredients ... Variation: Top with other layer of melted dipping chocolate and sprinkled with additional chopped nuts before breaking into pieces.
In a heavy ... and cool for 5 minutes. Sprinkle on the crumbled chocolate bars then add nuts. When cook, break into pieces. Store in air tight containers.
Cook sugar, butter, ... syrup cooks, chop nuts fine and sprinkle ... off with remaining nuts. When toffee is cool, break into about 15 good chewing chunks.
Cook butter, sugar, ... stirring constantly. Add nuts and pour onto ... place when cool. For best results, use heavy aluminum pan and wooden spoon to stir.
Mix first 4 ... or pan. Place nuts over top of ... pieces that are completely cooled in airtight container in cool place. This will prevent granulation.
Slow boil, stir constantly until reaches hard crack stage, 295 degrees. Pour onto buttered cookie sheet and spread out thinly. Put bars on top; you ...
Melt butter, sugar ... buttered wax paper. Sprinkle chocolate chips, they will melt, spread evenly with knife and top with nuts. When cool, break into pieces.
Cream sugar, butter ... while hot, if chocolate topping is desired. Spread the chocolate over the top as the chips melt. Top with ground nuts, if desired.
Cream first four ... melt. Sprinkle with nuts and let cool. Cut into bars and then ... until firm. Note: Hershey bars should be plain, not with almonds.
Melt butter in ... Add salt and nuts. Pour into ... while it is still warm. When cool, score. Let mixture set until brittle. Break according to score lines.
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