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car·a·mel

(kar'ă-mel),
Burnt sugar; a concentrated solution of the substance obtained by heating sugar with an alkali; a thick, dark brown liquid used as a coloring and flavoring agent in pharmaceutical preparations and foods.
[Sp., fr. L.L. calamellus, fr. L. calamus, reed]
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According to Klocko, Godiva's artisanal European heritage influenced the visual presentation of each piece in the Caramel Nouveau Collection.
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Prindable's gourmet apples are true works of art that emerge after artisans handcraft them during a meticulous, 11-step process incorporating ingredients such as gourmet caramel, premium chocolates and a variety of gourmet nuts and candy toppings.
In a heavy 1-quart saucepan, combine caramels and water.
There are many other ways to use refrigerator cookie dough - from Chocolate Cookie Turtles to Sugar Cookie Fruit Tart, Linzer Bars, Chocolate Chip Caramel Nut Bars and more.
Press caramel mixture evenly in a very well-buttered, foil-lined 8-inch square baking pan or dish.
views chocolate-covered caramels on a tour of the factory.
Dip top of each caramel, one at a time, into melted chips, and place back on foil-lined baking sheet, coated side up.
Hershey's Caramels are made with a unique process that delivers a luscious experience in each and every bite.
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In response to the significant increase in chocolate and wine pairing events, Bissinger's has developed a Chocolate & Wine Pairing Collection which includes Merlot Salt Caramels, Chardonnay Salt Caramels, Murray River Salt Caramels, Pear Balsamic and Maple Bacon Salt Caramels.