The Candy Cookbook by Carol Bloom

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Complete with charming illustrations, The Candy Cookbook features over 50 recipes for delicious, homemade truffles, caramels, toffees, fudges, brittles, and chocolates. From Ginger Chocolate Truffles to Orange-almond Clusters to Miniature Peanut Butter Cups, you'll delight in this tempting collection of mouthwatering treats for the candy lover in everyone.
 

About Carol Bloom

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Jeffrey Bloom is a writer. Carole Bloom's early careers in music and television led to her first published book, Musical Houses. A psychotherapist, she is the founder of Power Therapy(TM) and has a private practice in Studio City, California, where she and Jeffrey live. Husband and wife have worked together creatively, but this is their first literary collaboration.
 
Published August 1, 1995 by Chronicle Books. 132 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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Sweet treats in simple shapes-nougats and brittles in coins, balls, squares and logs-form the bulk of the 50 recipes featured by Bloom, a well-known teacher of confectionery arts. Bloom encourages rea

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Sweet treats in simple shapes-nougats and brittles in coins, balls, squares and logs-form the bulk of the 50 recipes featured by Bloom, a well-known teacher of confectionery arts.

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