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By The Times Picayune Publishing Company

Published 1901

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  • A Pint of Louisiana Molasses
  • ½ Pound of Indian Corn (Parched)


Boil one pint of Louisiana Molasses, and, as it comes to the boiling point, throw in about three-quarters of a pound of parched Indian Corn, parched to a blossom; stir well, and then pour into little paper cases, about five or six inches in length, three in width and one and a half in depth. Let these cool before touching. This is another of the peculiar forms of Candies sold by the old Creole