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Coffee and Cardamom Toffee

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Here’s how it all began.

Obviously I should have cut my butter into smaller pieces, but it melted just the same.

I realized after that it’s impressive that I made it to this point.  Annie Rigg in Gifts from the Kitchen didn’t really give a lot of guidance.  I was shocked afterwards when I did a  little research and discovered all the possible pitfalls in toffee making.  I guess the Force was with me this morning.  This is the hardball stage.

I’m sure it’s no surprise that this was not easy to remove from the pan.  I guess that’s why there’s a hammer in the picture from the book.

I couldn’t find a neat little toffee hammer, so I used a meat tenderizer instead.

Here’s the version I kept for myself.

Since this is a gift from the kitchen I had to pass it on to Marnie.

Eat Well and Savor.

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About Monica

A court reporter who likes to cook, and travel, and go to the spa, and read, and spoil her dog.

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