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  1. Gloria

    I want to make SOMETHING for my son and his Platoon who are stationed in Kuwait. They don’t get to enjoy homemade treats over there. Since I’m not the best of cooks, I’m worried that these might be too ambitious for me to try to make to send them overseas? He loves pecans, so thought these look good. But maybe I should go for something easier for their care package??

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  2. Tara

    Looks like I have 20 bucks worth of ice cream sauce too.

    xxxxxyyyyy

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  3. MauiKim

    Followed the directions exactly. NO mention of when to add salt if using unsalted butter, added with sugars. After adding butter, then vanilla and nuts, stirred and never saw the color change, or get thicker, so after 1-2 minutes, Removed from heat and began dropping be spoonfuls, but way to liquid. Never thicken up. At least have caramel sauce for ice cream. Used a le creuset 3 qt pan. Think a bigger pan would work better. And used a thermapin thermometer on a clear and sunny day. Oh well, on to the next praline recipe.

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  4. MaryJane

    Lol on the “receipt”, as my Louisiana grand mama called them, saying ‘Never make on a rainy day’! Her handwritten version said ‘or if you’re in a bad mood!’
    Divinity was another one never to make if it was rainy or you were cranky.
    Cheers!

    xxxxxyyyyy

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  5. Jennifer

    Light or dark brown sugar please?

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