|High Balls and Happy Hours|
|by Clem Thomas|
An autobiography from the man who has captained the Watsonians, Cambridge University, London Scottish, Barbarians, the Scottish National squad and...
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Cream butter, flavoring, ... nuts. Form into balls, cool on ... Or in small candy cup, drop chocolate ... ball in. Drizzle chocolate over top. Freezes well!
Combine sugar, cider, ... Turn off heat. When mixture is sufficiently cool, pour over popcorn and peanuts. Mix well and roll into 3 inch balls. Makes 18.
In a heavy 3-quart saucepan, bring maple syrup to boiling. Clip candy thermometer to side ... 260 degrees (hard ball stage). Mixture should ... water form hard balls when removed from ... Makes about 40 candies.
Cream together the powdered sugar, butter and maple flavoring. Add chopped ... roll into small balls. Freeze. Using ... together. Let set before cutting.
Mix well. Make into small balls and roll in ... mixture. Put on a cookie sheet (wax paper on cookie sheet) and put in refrigerator or keep in a cool place.
Mix well until smooth, shape into small balls. Melt chocolate chips and wax in double boiler. Dip balls in chocolate and place on wax paper. Makes about 50.
Mix all together; chill and form into balls. Chill balls, ... boiler. Dip each ball in chocolate mixture. Top with walnut half after dipping, if desired.
Mix well and form into balls. Refrigerate until ... into the following chocolate mixture: 1 pound semi-sweet chocolate pieces and 1/4 block paraffin wax.
Melt ... ... mixture into little balls and flatten slightly. ... in a paper candy liner. Cover with chocolate and peanut mixture. Store in a cool place.
Mash the butter ... a spoon. Add maple syrup and stir. ... and pound the candy until it is ... roll into small balls. Put the ... refrigerator for 1 hour.
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