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29 Jan January 29, 2010

Share your Family Tradition

Lynn Hawks 2 Chocolate 101

Whether it’s a long standing recipe for P-Nut brittle that you make just once a year, or the annual holiday shopping weekend in the city,  we look forward to those special events year after year. We pass them down to our Children and Grand Children and each year they become more precious.

Please share your family tradition with us. Let us hear what makes your summer, Fall and Winter seasons special.

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2 thoughts on “Share your Family Tradition

  1. Marti says:

    Every Dec my 2 adult daughters and daughter-on-law, as well as my oldest granddaughter, who started at age 3 and is now 12 spend a day making treats for gifts, and our own holiday entertaining. We make 200 chocolate covered cherries (with cream cheese fondant), batches of Millionaire Fudge and Peanut Butter Fudge, a variety of molded chocolates (with fillings of creams, nuts or caramel), free form turtles, PB cups in mini tins, dipped Oreos, Truffles, toffee crunch, small loaves of nut breads, pretzel rods wrapped in caramel and dipped in chocolate, and several batched of Crazy Crunch (caramel corn and nuts). We use up the remaining chocolate in various barks topped with nuts, toffee bits, and swirls of other flavors! We set up several 8 ft tables to lay out the finished treats, then the packaging begins! This year the two 5 year old granddaughters will join us!! We laugh and tease each other all day long as we make wonderful sweet memories!

  2. Lynn says:

    Hi Marti,
    Thanks for the great message. Your family event sounds EXACTLY like ours! Love your candy assortments and would love to see photos of your finshed product tables. It is so gratifying to see all that you have created! What is your FAVORITE recipes and would you care to share? When did you first discover candy making? Thanks again Marti, I appreciate your time and your wonderful famly tradition.:)

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