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How to Make Homemade Fudge Candy
Oct30

How to Make Homemade Fudge Candy

In our house, Halloween means Mom makes Homemade Fudge Candy. It’s just not the same without that sugary sweet confection on hand. Fudge should be cooked slowly at medium heat to soft-ball stage. I usually cook it to a temperature of 235 – 242 degrees F, depending on the day. Don’t rush the process. Choose a dry day to make fudge. A candy thermometer is a necessity. How to Make Homemade Fudge Candy: Mom used to cook...

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Ever Tried These Black Licorice Candies?: Good & Plenty Day
Oct24

Ever Tried These Black Licorice Candies?: Good & Plenty Day

Good & Plenty Day is here, and if you don’t know what they are, well, it’s a box of deliciously flavored, candy coated licorice. Once you’ve tasted them, you’ll look forward to the next box. Inside each candy is a small piece of soft, black liquorice. The only way I will eat black licorice is if it’s in a Good & Plenty, which is chewy & softer than the long Twizzlers of black licorice, sold...

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How to Make Caramel Apples: Caramel Apple Day
Oct21

How to Make Caramel Apples: Caramel Apple Day

Nothing says Fall like Caramel Apples, and October 21st is Caramel Apple Day! Biting into the apple by biting through that sweet caramel shell is just such a delicious experience. I love the candy apples with red candy coating on them too. Apples are wonderful at any time, but the caramel just adds a whole new dimension to the flavor of this tasty treat. How to Make Caramel Apples: This recipe makes 5 caramel apples. Type: Candy...

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How to Make Caramel Corn: National Popcorn Poppin’ Month
Oct01

How to Make Caramel Corn: National Popcorn Poppin’ Month

October is National Popcorn Poppin’ Month, and I suppose we should be watching movies, cuddled up inside from the cold, rainy weather. Isn’t it a wonderful aroma when corn is being popped and suddenly, it feels like you just have to have some? Corn has been popped in the Central American Region for nearly 7000 years. Sweetened popcorn is a fairly new treat, such as caramel corn. I remember the days when people would make...

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National Caramel Month: How to Make Cream Caramels
Oct01

National Caramel Month: How to Make Cream Caramels

National Caramel Month has finally arrived in the month of October. Caramel is simply created by combining sugar with a liquid and boiling it until it thickens suitably. Another way to create a richer caramel is to combine the water and sugar as above, but adding butter, heavy cream & vanilla extract. A lovely recipe for Cream Caramels that follows. How to Make Cream Caramels: Around Halloween is a perfect time of year to make...

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Food Photography & Canadian Model – Kimberly Edwards
Apr23

Food Photography & Canadian Model – Kimberly Edwards

Of course I love food! Otherwise, I wouldn’t have this website for sure! LOL I love all sorts of foods and ingredients… As a model, I like to try and incorporate my love for food & fun when I am able. A few years ago, I had the chance to get some creative makeup shots in during a photo shoot with Michael Gray & Beauty in Motion, as my make-up artist. Typically in fashion, I don’t get to model food, per se,...

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How to Make Prailines: National Prailines Day
Jun24

How to Make Prailines: National Prailines Day

USA (COOKING WITH KIMBERLY NEWS) – A true Southern USA delight is the Prailine. That would explain why the USA has a National Holiday to express their love for it – National Prailines Day! Confused as to what a prailine or prailines are? That’s simple to explain. You are dealing with a few simple ingredients, but pecans definitely star in this recipe, as they did in the recipe yesterday for pecan sandies for National...

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How to Cook Old Fashioned Turner Family Fudge
Nov12

How to Cook Old Fashioned Turner Family Fudge

This fudge is usually a Fall treat, right around Halloween. My Mother would make this every year, and the entire tray of fudge would disappear quickly. Melt in your mouth, a sweet treat that you’ll remember your whole life through. How to Cook Old Fashioned Turner Family Fudge: Oooh…Ahhh! I love this stuff! Unbelievable, old-fashioned fudge from the Turner Family! ~ Kimberly Turner Type: Sweets Recipe Prep Time: 10 min...

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Candy Apples You Probably Shouldn’t Eat…

Photo above: Kimberly Edwards as “Crazy Doll”, photo by James Willan, Make-Up by Stacey Estabrooks, Hair by Viktorya Maurice I had a photo shoot this past Tuesday, and some cool shots came out of it. The make-up artist, Stacey Estabrooks, was making me into a “crazy doll”… I think they turned out really cool and really creepy! However, I don’t think you should eat these poisoned...

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My Weakness For Chocolate…What’s Your Favorite?
Mar23

My Weakness For Chocolate…What’s Your Favorite?

With all that Easter chocolate out there…I do have a favorite… Check out what kind my favorite is @ Easter time: My Chocolate Weakness *** I hope you enjoyed this excerpt from Kimberly-Edwards.com on Cooking With Kimberly! Until next time… Eat Deliciously, Kimberly Edwards ;D P.S. Tell me what your favorite chocolate is, especially at Easter time by Commenting in the Box below… 🙂 [tags]chocolate, Easter...

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How to Make Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans At Home
Jan15

How to Make Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans At Home

Let’s talk about delicious, rich treats in getting ready for Valentine’s Day… This sounds like a great idea, and is easy enough to make at home! Enjoy! *** What You Need To Make Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans At Home by Muna wa Wanjiru Given the great taste match between coffee and chocolate, no wonder there is a whole variety of sweets combining the two: chocolate candies with coffee filling, chocolate covered...

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