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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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"Caramel and chocolate has always been a favorite flavor combination, but consumers have never experienced it like this," says Meredith Suffron, director of marketing for Werther's Original at Storck USA, based in Chicago.
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I like the turquoise color, which complements the large photos of the chocolate caramels. Identifiable, although a little bland.
Over two years in the making, this daring and innovative confection evolved as a natural progression in the company's popular Salt Caramel Collection that includes five additional varieties featuring unique flavors crafted in small, artisanal batches.
Caramel shortcake (millionaire's shortbread) recipes are a variable bunch – they can be really easy to make or very tricky.
Make the caramels by simply bringing the cream, milk and vanilla to the boil.
Orders for the oak-smoked variety have risen in line with the 35 per cent increase in sales of Smoked Salt Caramels after the President's inauguration.
Haagen-Dazs has expanded its Reserve Series line to include Fleur de Sel Caramel ice cream.
Vanilla Caramels, $6.50 for 1/4 lb.; or 323/551-5948.
--Europe's broadest selection of Class three caramels with salt stability and beer stability.
Sethness Caramel Color announces SSC300 Liquid Caramel Color, a new Class 1 Caramel Color that is GMO-free and soluble in high-salt solutions.