Home Candy Making

Home Candy Making

by Sarah Tyson Heston Rorer
     
 

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This little book is the result of careful practice in teaching beginners how to make attractive, wholesome, and palatable varieties of home-made candies. As a rule, these are made from uncooked sugar and white of egg, and, while they may be palatable to some persons, to the connoisseur they are coarse and heavy.
CREAM CHOCOLATES
HAZEL NUT

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This little book is the result of careful practice in teaching beginners how to make attractive, wholesome, and palatable varieties of home-made candies. As a rule, these are made from uncooked sugar and white of egg, and, while they may be palatable to some persons, to the connoisseur they are coarse and heavy.
CREAM CHOCOLATES
HAZEL NUT CREAMS
CHOCOLATE-CREAM HAZEL NUTS
CREAM ALMONDS
CREAM NUT ROLLS.
ENGLISH WALNUT CREAMS
CREAM DATES
CREAM CHERRIES
COCOANUT CREAMS
PLUM CREAMS
FIG CREAMS
COFFEE BALLS
TEA BALLS
CREAMED CONFECTIONS
BRANDIED CHERRIES
ORANGE CREAM CHERRIES
CREAM PINEAPPLE
CREAM WALNUTS
CREAMED ALMONDS
MIXED CONFECTIONS
PLUM PUDDINGS
PISTACHIO ROLLS
COCOANUT ROLLS
SPICED CREAM BALLS
NEAPOLITAN CREAM BLOCKS
COCOANUT BARS
MARSH MALLOWS
NEAPOLITAN NOUGAT
NUT BARS
CHOCOLATE CREAM BONBONS
COFFEE CREAM BONBONS
ROSOLIO BONBONS
LICORICE JUJUBES
FRESH FRUITS WITH CREAM JACKETS
CREAMED STRAWBERRIES
CREAMED ORANGES
NUTS AND FRUITS GLACES
ORANGES GLACES
MANDARINS GLACES
GRAPES GLACES
CHERRIES GLACES
CHESTNUTS GLACES
WALNUTS GLACES
ALMONDS GLACES
HAZEL NUTS GLACES
PEANUTS GLACES
MARRONS GLACES
NOUGAT, Etc
FRENCH NOUGAT
CANDIED VIOLETS
CANDIED ROSE LEAVES
PLAIN NOUGAT
ALMOND ROCK
FRUIT CARAMEL ROCK
BARLEY STICKS
CARAMEL ALMONDS
CARAMELS
CHOCOLATE CARAMELS
COFFEE CARAMELS
VANILLA CARAMELS
NUT CARAMELS
SUGAR DROPS
PEPPERMINT DROPS
ROSE DROPS
LEMON DROPS
GINGER DROPS
APPLE DROPS
TAFFY AND MOLASSES CANDIES
PLAIN SUGAR TAFFY
PLAIN MOLASSES TAFFY
EVERTON TAFFY
HOARHOUND TAFFY
ALMOND TAFFY LOZENGES
COCOANUT MOLASSES BARS
BUTTER SCOTCH
WALNUT MOLASSES CANDY
PEANUT MOLASSES CANDY
COUGH DROPS
MOLASSES CREAM DROPS
OLD-FASHIONED CREAM CANDY
ROSE CREAM CANDY
ORANGE CREAM CANDY
UNCOOKED CREAM CANDY

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014025430
Publisher:
Wann Publishing
Publication date:
02/10/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
928 KB

Meet the Author

Sarah Tyson Rorer, also known as Sallie, was born October 18, 1849, in Richboro, Pennsylvania, to Charles Tyson Heston and Elizabeth Sagers. Shortly after her birth, the family moved to Buffalo, New York, where her father worked as a chemist. Exploring her father’s profession, Rorer became enthralled with the field of chemistry, which would later influence her choice of professions as a dietician. Rorer attended school at New York State’s East Aurora Academy. In 1870 the family moved back to the Philadelphia area where she later met her husband, William Albert Rorer. They had two sons, William Albert Rorer and James Birch Rorer, and a daughter who died very early in life.

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