|Very Maple Syrup|
|by Jennifer Trainer Thompson|
During winter months in Vermont, New York, and Canada, while little else is harvested, holes are bored into maple trees and their clear, sweet liq...
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Mix ingredients and ... (300-310°F on a candy thermometer). Add coloring ... in airtight container. Cooks Note: Use a candy thermometer for best results.
Put in big pan, cook at 310 degrees or until bubbly are thickening in pan. Add food coloring and flavoring. Cook a few minutes longer, put pan in ...
Combine first 3 ... hard, sprinkle more sugar on candy. Then break in pieces. (Oil flavorings are spearmint, cinnamon, anise, wintergreen, peppermint.)
Mix all together. ... 300 degrees on candy thermometer. Take from ... on which a layer of powdered sugar has been sprinkled. Let it cool, crack and enjoy.
Mix all above ingredients in 2 quart saucepan. Let ball drop in saucer of water and makes crackle sound. Remove from heat; add any flavoring. Color ...
Any spices or ... clean hammer to break-up candy. Store in coffee cans with 1/2 cup powdered sugar in them to prevent sticking and shake to coat pieces.
Cook until like threads from spoon. Put in buttered pan. When hard, break into pieces. Cover pieces with powdered sugar.
Mix sugar, syrup, water, and ... crack stage on candy thermometer. Remove from ... pieces. Also good dusted with powdered sugar after cooled and cracked.
Butter a cookie ... let cool 15-20 minutes or until you can touch the bottom of the cookie sheet. Hit the bottom of the sheet to break candy into pieces.
Cook to a ... flavoring oil for candy, and food ... working fast as it hardens very quickly. Takes several people to cut before it gets too hard to cut.
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