DAY 2 of 12:
Candy Cane Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses
The Legend of the Candy Cane
by Lori Walburg & Richard Cowdrey
This charming and pious story about the origins of the candy cane is definitely a change of pace.
A stranger arrives in town one dreary November and begins hammering and sawing away at his newly rented storefront.
When a small girl offers her help, she’s in for a childhood fantasy-come-true, as it turns out all the shelves and counters are being built for a candy shop. After offering young Lucy gumdrops and lollipops, Mr. Sonneman launches into the history of the candy cane.
Rated 4.4 on amazon.com
Book Bean: Candy Cane Cream
In a sauce pan heat up milk and vanilla extract. Add white chocolate and candy cane pieces (or candy cane Hershey kisses work marvelously.) Whisk together until smooth.
Add mixture to blender and blend until frothy. Add in a dollop of whip and blend (you can also whip up your own whip cream which is double delicious.) Serve with a candy cane to swirl in extra yum.
I’d l this book. Visited the Spangler candy factory in NW Ohio many years ago and watched them make candy canes. Fascinating process.
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That would be a lot of fun. 🙂
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