|The Ski Country Cookbook|
|by Barbara Scott-Goodman|
After a day of skiing nothing's more satisfying than a hot meal. And The Ski Country Cookbook has 75 recipes to warm up anyone coming in from the ...
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Cook sugar, molasses, water and ... opposite directions). If desired, flavor the candy with a few drops of peppermint or wintergreen when adding the soda.
Cooks Note: If ... experience in making candy, a candy ... supervision only; CANDY MIXTURE IS VERY HOT AND WILL CAUSE SEVERE BURNS! Please be very careful.
Bring the molasses, sugar, water ... few drops of flavoring, if desired. Pull until the candy is light in color. Roll into sticks and set aside to cool.
Combine sugar, molasses and water in ... until temperature on candy thermometer reaches 250 ... nuts. Drop by tablespoons onto waxed paper. Makes 1 pound.
Put sugar and molasses in sauce pan. ... cool enough to work with. Pull just until it looks golden. Pour on plates let spread, cut into squares to cool.
Put molasses, sugar, water, ... buttered pans. When cool enough pull into long strips until porous and light colored. Then cut in pieces and wrap in wax paper.
Heat popped corn, ... water, sugar and molasses. Cook over ... sheets. Quickly separate corn with 2 forks. Cool; store in airtight containers. Yields 1 pounds.
Put molasses, sugar, water ... platter. When cool enough to handle, butter hands and pull until light brown. Pull into oblong strips and cut with scissors.
Place 2 cups of light molasses in a heavy ... molasses to the desired light golden tan shade. Or, let it harden on the platter as is. Makes about 1 pound.
In a saucepan put molasses, sugar, water ... cool enough to handle, butter hands and pull until light brown. Pull into long strips and cut with scissors.
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