Flavor my chocolates, please? Bonus points for uncommon. [more inside]
Help me make home made gummies/gumdrops/sweedish fish that have the same or at least very similar texture to store bought ones. It is my birthday next week. If you can help me with this you'd be giving me the best birthday present ever. [more inside]
I can't seem to find a recipe I'm fairly certain I've seen in the past for peanut butter cups. I seem to recall that it involved not using any actual peanut butter, but starting with peanuts and grinding them up kinda coarsely with something else in them to get that weird, chunky, not-quite-peanut-butter consistency to the filling. Does anyone know what I'm talking about?
I'm on a quest for a malted milk ball recipe (like Whoppers / Maltesers) [more inside]
Looking for easy / creative recipes that involve beer and/or candy. [more inside]
Do you have a reliable red licorice recipe? I have searched and searched, but get stuck with black licorice recipes or recipes that use red licorice, but not actual red licorice recipes. [more inside]
Help me come up with candies and/or baked goods based on honey and/or comblike structures! [more inside]
Can you recommend a recipe for chocolate-coated creamy caramels (with creamy being the operative adjective)? Also, your candy-making tips. [more inside]
Non-sticky tiny candy? How could I make my own Pez candy refills? [more inside]
While on exchange in Russia (near Novgorod), I was served two foods that I loved but have not been able to find again, and don't know the names for. First was a confection -- semi-dried but juicy berries covered in powdered sugar, about the size of blueberries, but red with lots of little seeds, that came in a small box. Second was a cake that seemed to be made of dozens of layered pancakes with some sort of cream or frosting in between. Anyone know what these are, and where I can find them or a recipe for them in the US?