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By The Times Picayune Publishing Company

Published 1901

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  • A Pound of Clarified Sugar
  • Sufficient Water to Melt


Take one pound of clarified sugar and add just sufficient water to melt; boil it till it is very brittle and has the slightest odor of beginning to burn; then pour it on a buttered slab or plate, and, as soon as it is cool enough to receive an impression from the finger, cut it out with a common case knife into small squares of about an inch in size, after which glace with another coatin