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March 14, 2011

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debbie @ words to eat by

Yum! But I have a question: How much is in a "cube" of butter? If I were to cut a stick into cubes they'd be 2 tablespoons each, I think, but I'm not sure if that's what's intended...

Pat

A cube is an entire stick (8T). Any other questions, I'd be happy to answer them.

One more note: I said to use "your biggest stock pot" only because molten sugar is like napalm. This amount of caramel can realistically be made in a 3qt saucepan.

Pat

john donohue

Pat,


Thanks again for the post, and for answering the question about the butter.


Best,


JD

Big sis

I loved your story Pat.
I had the same question about the cube of butter and got the answer above.
This dessert looks unbelievably good. I never make candy, but just might consider trying with this recipe.
One more thing, would it be possible to get your friend to share her dark chocoate dipped sea salt caramels?

Pat

I might part with the dark chocolate caramel recipe another day.

Noah

This sounds awesome! It's great to hear another story about a guy who enjoys the art of cooking.

Sprinzette @ Ginger and Almonds

This looks absolutely delicious. New to your blog, and enjoying what I find.

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