The complete confectioner, pastry-cook, and baker

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General Books LLC
  • Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: either of copper or tin, so as to deliver well. Lot them be slightly rubbed all over, on the part you intend to spin the sugar, with butter or oil. Boil clarified syrup to the degree of caramel, taking care to keep the sides of the pad free from sugar. The moment it is at the crack, add a little acid to grease it (see Sugar Boiling). When it has attained the required degree, dip the bottom of the pan into cold water, take it out, and let it cool a little; then take a common table-spoon, dip it in the sugar, holding the mould in your left hand, and from the spoon run the sugar over the mould, either inside or out, with the threads which flow from if, which may be either fine or coarse, according to the state of the sugar; if they are required very coarse, pass the hand over them two or three times; for when it is hot it flows in finer strings than it will when cooler; form it on the mould into a sort of trellis-work; loosen it from the mould carefully, and let it remain until quite cold belbre it is takon off, that it may retain its shape. When the sugar gets too cold to flow from the spoon, place h by the side of the stove or fire to melt. Young beginners had better draw their designs for handles of baskets, andc., on a stone with a pencil before it is oiled, and then spin the sugar over them. To make a Silver Web.—Boil clarified syrup to the crack, using the eame precautions as before observed, giving it a few boils after the ncid is added; dip the bottom of the pan in water and let the sugar cool a little; then take the handle of a spoon, or two forks tied together, dip it into the sugar, and form it either on the inside or outside of a mould, with very fine strings, by passing the hand quickly backwards and forwards, taking care that it does not full in drops, which would...
  • Author:
    Eleanor Parkinson
    Binding:
    Paperback
    EAN:
    9780217297165
    ISBN:
    0217297161
    Label:
    General Books LLC
    Languages:
    English
    List Price:
    $16.98
    Manufacturer:
    General Books LLC
    Number Of Items:
    1
    Number Of Pages:
    160
    Product Group:
    Book
    Product Type Name:
    ABIS_BOOK
    Publication Date:
    2009-08-10
    Publisher:
    General Books LLC
    Studio:
    General Books LLC
    Title:
    The complete confectioner, pastry-cook, and baker

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