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Old 12-18-2004, 10:42 AM   #11
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Is this it DC? http://www.harperchildrens.com/holiday/chri4.htm

That looks really good! We're supposed to get snow & ice here this weekend so I'm afraid it wouldn't work for us. :(
Thank you for posting the recipe, Crewsk! I'd heard of snow cream, but this is my first time reading about snow candy. Sounds really good! Thanks, again!
I've had snow cream & this was the first time I've heard of snow candy. I just wish that we could get some plain old snow around here!
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Old 12-18-2004, 11:25 AM   #12
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My sweet tooth is starting to talk to me. Quick, somebody fry me a steak, get my mind off of the sweet things. :D

But seriously folks, up her in U.P. Michigan, that little trick with fresh snow and maple syrup is a well known treat. We have miles and miles of sugar maples, and lots of snow.

In fact it's snowing pretty good out right now. I bet we have almost two feet of it on the ground already. Don't have to worry about now snow for a white Christmas around here. :D

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Your weather is headed our way, Goodweed! I don't think think we'll get the amount of snow that you're getting but it's supposed to drop to zero tomorrow night. If anything, I could pour the syrup on the ground, it'd probably set up pretty fast!
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