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Crazy for candy? If you like to dabble in candymaking at home, the "Field Guide to Candy: How to Identify and Make Virtually Every Candy Imaginable," by Anita Chu (Quirk Books; $15.95) is a nifty pocket-size volume filled with more than 100 recipes and variations from around the world. Creations for Chocolate Nougats, Caramel-Filled Chocolates, Rochers, Apple Jellies, Candied Citrus Peel, Gummy Bears, Sugarplums, Rock Candy, Sponge Toffee, Classic Chocolate Fudge, Saltwater Taffy and Peanut Butter Cups are included. A color photo of each candy can be found on pages in the center of the book. Notes on candy-making tools, ingredients, working with sugar and chocolate along with substitution charts and storage information are included.

- Natalie Haughton

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Publication:Daily News (Los Angeles, CA)
Date:Oct 14, 2009
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