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This wonderful candy cookbook has over 150 recipes for hard candy, fruit candy, chewy candy, butterscotch and much, much more.While most people go to the store for their confectionery, there remains a vibrant amount of independent candy making activity in the modern day. Many seek a premium, tailor made experience different from mass marketed products easily bought from supermarkets and stores.With professional confectioner Jane Harmond composing the recipes in this candy cookbook, be assured that the resulting treats impress with time tested deliciousness.In addition to the recipes, the author details the equipment required and the need for good temperature monitoring when you prepare sugar and treats. Emphasis is on practice and attention to detail, with the results rewarding and thoroughly tasty for all who sample them.Simply put, How to Make Candy is an essential introduction to confectionery making for the aspiring professional, or simply those with enthusiasm and a sweet tooth!
The Candy Rabbit sat up on his hind legs and looked around. Then he rubbed his pink glass eyes with his front paws. He rubbed his eyes once, he rubbed them twice, he rubbed them three times. "No, I am not asleep! I am not dreaming," said the Candy Rabbit, speaking to himself in a low voice. "I am wide awake, but what strange things I see! I wonder what it all means!" On one side of the Candy Rabbit was a large egg. It was larger than any egg the Candy Rabbit had ever seen, and there was a little glass window in one end of the egg. "This is very strange," said the sweet chap, rubbing his eyes again. "Who ever heard of an egg with a window in it? I wonder if any one lives in that egg? It is not large enough for a house, of course; but still, some very little folk might stay in it. I'll take a look through that window."
In Council Bluffs, Iowa she was a beloved, talented quarter horse. But when Cotton Candy Sally arrived in New York City, they started calling her a nasty, sour nag. The girls at Bernadette's riding school were afraid of her, and after bucking off her riders right onto the pavement, Sally started spending more and more time alone, with her head tethered to her stall. Couldn't anyone find a way to tame her? Twelve-year-old Kara fell in love with Sally and was determined to fix things. But her father had recently died, and her mother had no money to buy the spirited mare. Worse yet, Bernadette started talking about sending her "down the road" because she wasn't earning her keep. Where would she end up and what would happen to Kara, who finally found a way to be happy in the wake of her father's death? "Belove's attention to detail...is superb" -- Kirkus Reviews
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