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Sugar Rush: Zingerman's Peanut Brittle at City Provisions

Chicago Kate Bernot Post a comment

These days, peanut brittle doesn't get the respect it deserves, relegated as it is to grandmothers' holiday tables and that unappreciated space on the Candy Land board. Zingerman's, I believe, could single-handedly reverse this. More

Homemade 'Reese's Cups'

Serious Eats Bravetart 9 comments

Complete chocolate tempering instructions are beyond the scope of this recipe, however, you can find a great tempering tutorial from Liddabit chocolatier Liz Gutman here.. Also, take heart: you don't have to actually temper the chocolate. If you skip tempering, you'll have to store the peanut butter cups in the refrigerator, but who ever turned their nose up at a cool Reese's Cup? More

Peanut Brittle: The Original Salty-Sweet Confection?

That's Nuts Lee Zalben 20 comments

Think back to the very first time you ever tasted salt and sweet together in one bite. More likely than not it was peanut brittle, the original salty-sweet confection, and perhaps the first all-American confection ever made. One legend has it that around 1890, a woman living in the South was making a batch of taffy in her home kitchen and that a simple ingredient mix-up led her to invent peanut brittle completely by accident. More

Peanut Butter Brittle

Serious Eats Lee Zalben 3 comments

It Must Be Spring: New 2010 Ben & Jerry's Flavors Are Here

Sweets Brad Thomas Parsons 45 comments

Like the first appearance of ramps at the farmers' markets, there's no surer sign of spring than the arrival of new Ben & Jerry's flavors. Will these new flavors—Boston Cream Pie, Dulce Delish, Maple Blondie, Milk & Cookies, Mud Pie, Peanut Brittle—become fan favorites or end up entombed in the Flavor Graveyard? More

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