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Old 09-18-2013, 10:24 AM   #1
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Sticky peanut brittle

When I spread my peanut brittle out after it cooks I spread it on the back of a cookie sheet because I don't have a marble slab. I oiled the slab generously but it stuck like glue to the pan bottom. How do I keep it from sticking so I can stretch it out by hand to make it thinner?//

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Old 09-18-2013, 10:29 AM   #2
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Rather than use the bottom of a cookie sheet. Line the cookie sheet with buttered parchment paper or foil.
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Rather than use the bottom of a cookie sheet. Line the cookie sheet with buttered parchment paper or foil.
I second the buttered parchment.
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I third it
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Me too!
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Me too!
No, that's me four, Addie! Two was already taken.
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Old 09-19-2013, 06:32 PM   #7
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No, that's me four, Addie! Two was already taken.
My bad. Math is not my best skill. In fact it is a no skills for me.
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My bad. Math is not my best skill. In fact it is a no skills for me.
ya know I was kidding! There are a few of us mathematically challenged here.
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ya know I was kidding! There are a few of us mathematically challenged here.
Of course!
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