The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 14, 1968 · Page 50
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 50

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W mmmn mm mm mi FY.! Post and Times, Thursday, Nov. 14, 18 Be A Copycat Candy Cook ly In plastic wrap or waxed paper and store In a tighly covered container. Makes about l'i pounds. To Make Coffee Drops: As soon as candy is removed from heat and coffee essence Is stirred In, pour boiling water Into a skillet, tum the heat low and set pan of candy In the skillet. Working fast, drop the candy from the edge of a spoon onto a greased cookie sheet to make 1-inch wide pat ties. Cool, then wrap and store as directed above. Notes: Instant coffee may be used In place of coffee essence. Dissolve 2 tablespoons Instant coffee In 1 tablespoon milk and use as directed. In extremely humid weather expect some change in color of finished candies on standing. They may appear lighter in color in constrast to appearance when just dropped. This does not affect taste or texture. ; """""H By CECILY BROHNSTOXE Associated Press Food Editor One of the most delicious hard candies is the coffee-flavored variety that has become known to candy devotees throughout the country. But It's not sold everywhere, and sometimes has to be ordered by mail, so we decided to ferret out a recipe that duplicated it. Here it is, and a delicious hard candy it makes. But one suggestion. This recipe tells A . V ki W c;-' erf- "' 'miifiiw ox you how to finish the candy two ways by turning it Into a pan or dropping It from a spoon. Unless you are an experienced candymaker, we suggest that you use the former method. Keeping the candy malleable enough to be dropped takes a bit of doing. COFFEE TAFFY 2-3 cup ground (percolator or drip) coffee 2-3 cup water 1 tablespoon (white or cider) vinegar 2 cups sugar 2-3 cup light corn syrup cup heavy cream Pinch of salt Prepare coffee essence by simmering ground coffee, water and vinegar until about 2 tablespoons liquid or less remain. Drain liquid from grounds using filter paper or closely woven cloth; set aside. Into a heavy 3-quart saucepan, stir together sugar, com syrup, cream and salt. Stirring constantly, cook over medium low heat until mixture comes to a boll. Cover and boll for 3 minutes. Remove cover and continue cooking without stirring until temperature reaches 260 degrees on a candy thermometer or until a small amount of mixture dropped Into very cold water forms a ball that is hard enough to hold Its shape, yet plastic. Then, stirring constantly, continue cooking until temperature reaches 300 degrees or until a small amount of mixture dropped Into very cold watch separates Into threads that are hard and brittle. Remove from heat. Gently stir In coffee essence. Pour Into a buttered 8- by 8-by 2-lnch pan. Cool until almost set, about 10 minutes; mark Into squares. Cool completely: remove from pan and break apart, Wrap Individual COFFEE TAFFY - This candy is delicious to have for munching at home or to use as a gift. LOOK FOR THE COUPON WORTH EXTRA make a hearty supper menu. Serve with mugs of piping hot tea. HOT AND HEARTY FARE Knockwurst and sauerkraut on toasted bread shells, hot potato-bacon salad and crisp celery in mustard cream T0PVAIUE Knockwurst The Main Attraction STAMPS The Perfect Supper For A Chilly Evening IN TODAY'S PAPER On Page F V 23 long cinnamon stick pierced through a lemon slice. KNOCkWLRST AND SAUERKRAUT IN TOASTED BREAD SHELLS (Makes 4 servings) 1 long thin loaf French bread Melted butter 1 small tart apple 1 (8oz.) can sauerkraut Boil the potatoes In their Jackets in lightly salted water to cover. Do not overcook. Peel while hot and cut In thin slices. Fry bacon over moderate heat until crisp. Drain, reserving 2 teaspoons of fat to return to skillet. Push bacon pieces to one side, sprinkle in flour, sugar, salt and pepper. Stir until smooth. Cook over low heat, stirring constantly, for a moment or so. Stir in vinegar and water. Continue cooking, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens slightly. Stir In potatoes, onions and parsley and heat thoroughly. Serve hot. a oo o a oo q g g q on Anyone who likes hot dogs (and who doesn't?) Is bound to like knockwurst, that fat, stubby cousin of the frankfurter. Today we have a recipe ior knockwurst and '" sauerkraut served in toasted bread shells. With tiiis.- you might serve, a , tasty hot 'potato-bacon sated and crisp crescents of celery tossed with a creamy mustard dressing. It's a menu that makes a marvelous Saturday night supper ( maybe after the football gamel and one that is sure to make a hit with the teen-age crowd as a change from their regular party fare of hamburgers or pizza. With this hearty meal, serve mugs of hot tea. Make It strong and hearty, the way men like it and serve 11 with a Vi te seed 928 Northlake Blvd. in the Colonial Village Shopping Center 848-0677 LAKE PARK THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY l-'i teaspoons brown suga r teaspoon cider vinegar 4 large knockwurst Prepared mustard Cut 4 pieces from bread slightly longer than the knockwurst. With sharp knife, cut out the center of the bread, leaving "shells." Brush Inside of shells with butter, place on cookie sheet and set aside. Pare, core and thinly slice apple. Drain and rinse sauerkraut In cold water. Drain again and combine with apple, caraway seed, sugar and vinegar. Bring to steaming over moderate heat. Cover, lower, heat and cook until apple Is tender, about 12 to 15 minutes. Meanwhile, drop knockwurst Into boiling water, cover and remove from heat. Let stand about 10 to 12 minutes. Drain and make three diagonal slits In each about half way down. Then broil about 5 Inches from moderate heat, about 8 minutes on top sides and 10 minutes on bottom sides, or to desired degree of doneness. While knockwurst Is broiling, heat bread shells In 'oven about 6 to 8 minutes. Place layer of sauerkraut In each shell, top with knockwurst. Serve mustard on the side. HOT POTATO BACON SALAD (Makes 4 servings) 4 medium potatoes 6 strips bacon, diced 2 teaspoons flour 1 tablespoon sugar Vt teaspoon salt teaspoon pepper '4 cup white wine vinegar Vi cup water Vr cup diced onion cup minced parsley USDA GRADE "A" FRESH 1 8 USDA GRADE "A" FRESH CHICKEN j r I CHICKEN khejsi 1 dunelcI5 a LEG & THIGH KfOtt i N.Y. STRIP I J SIRLOIN I CELERY CRESCENTS IN MUSTARD CREAM Makes 4 servings) 1 large bunch celery 3 tablespoons real mayonnaise: 3 tablespoons heavy cream 1 tablespoon white wine vinegar !4 teaspoon dry mustard teaspoon salt 1-16 teaspoon pepper Remove outer tough stalks of celery and save fo soup kettle. Wash and dry. Cut off top leaves. 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