|Chez Panisse Vegetables|
|by Alice L. Waters|
For twenty-five years, Alice Waters and her friends at Chez Panisse in Berkeley, California have dedicated themselves to the ideal of serving the ...
Results 1 - 9 of 9 for horehound candy
This is a ... and colds. Cook horehound and water slowly ... 300°F. Pour into a well-greased pan. Mark into squares just as the mixture begins to harden.
Add 1 heaping ... brown sugar, 1/2 cup dark Karo syrup, 1/2 teaspoon butter. Cook to 300 degrees on the candy thermometer. Pour on buttered cookie sheet.
Bring water to ... from heat. Add horehound and steep for ... each batch of candy, pour 2 ... then waxed paper and pack in a tin. Makes about 25 candies.
Pour water over horehound. Allow to ... (275 to 280 degrees). Pour in this sheet onto well buttered baking sheet. Mark into squares before candy hardens.
This bittersweet candy can be used ... buttered shallow pan. Cool. When hard, cut into squares and wrap in waxed paper individually. Store in closed container.
Stir. Cook to 300 degrees. Put on slab and cut. Keep in refrigerator. Great for "cough" or "tickly throat".
Make strong tea from horehound, strain. Add ... strings. Break or cut into pieces. Wrap in wax paper. Very good to use as cough drops for colds and sneezing.
Boil the three ... is used, the candy will be very ... flavor. NOTE: Seeds for growing horehound may be purchased from seed companies who have seeds and herbs.
Pour boiling water over herbs or seeds and steep for 10 minutes (or longer for very strong tea). Strain. Add sugar, butter and bring to boil over ...
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