|The Art of the Sandwich|
|by Jay Harlow|
In addition to a multitude of ideas for cold, hot, open-face, rolled, stuffed, and party sandwiches, the book contains recipes for homemade breads...
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Combine sugar, water ... slab. When cool enough to handle add food color and (oil if used). Pull until ready for cutting. Store in covered tin to ripen.
Boil sugar, water ... onto wet platter. Cool. Pull until brittle. Cut in 1 inch pieces. Place in dish of powdered sugar. Leave until mints become creamy.
NEVER STIR. Place ... slab. Add peppermint. Pull until mints are firm. Then ... buttered scissors. Leave until cool. Store in airtight container. Will freeze.
Mix sugar, water ... and two people pull (as taffy) to right texture. Place on buttered table top; pull to rope size, cut into pillows in size to your liking.
Make in very ... Pick up and pull mints (outside). Must be ... cool. Cut with scissors. Drop into confectioners sugar to coat. Store in tight container.
In saucepan stir ... flavoring and coloring. Pull like taffy. Continue ... desired thickness for mints and snip with ... mellow and soften in a few hours.
Combine sugar, water, ... in one hand, pull out with other ... lengths. Store in airtight container with waxed paper between layers. Makes about 1 pound.
This was a ... children usually would "pull" the taffy. ... have long pieces about 1 inch thick. Lay on waxed paper until hard. Cut into bite-sized pieces.
(You will also ... handle, twist and pull for 10 minutes. ... overnight. Makes 1 pound of candy. (Cool you hands before pulling. Hard work but worth it!)
Put sugar, water, ... candy to "sugar". Pull the candy, doubling ... and vanilla; another portion may be colored yellow and flavored with lemon or orange.
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