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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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Company officials cite a January 2017 Ipsos eNation survey of more than 1,000 American adults that found that 44 percent chose caramel as their favorite candy flavor to combine with chocolate, followed by mint at 19 percent.
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After months of tasting, testing and deliberating among thousands of the latest and finest culinary creations, a national panel of food experts and judges awarded Bissinger's Apple Ghost Chili Salt Caramel as a finalist.
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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 points out that, unlike regular table salt, fleur de sel has a "delectably subtle, nuanced salt flavor that's especially delightful when teamed with creamy caramels, as the French have discovered.
Williamson, a world leader in caramel colour and ISO 9000 certified, will be demonstrating some of its' new and established products at the 2005 Food Ingredients Europe Expo in November.
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