Sunday, November 30, 2008

Candymaking: homemade caramels and candies

This week is reserved for candymaking. I'll be making caramels, chocolatey covered candy honeycomb, and maybe fudge, but that's a big maybe. It'll all go out with holiday gifts (well most of it will).

I've sold my candy at the local farmer's market before, which is a lot of fun. I'd love to open a candy store, but my nice little town already has three of them.

Maybe I can take some pictures as my candymaking week progresses. If I do I'll post them.


Kim said...

Thank you for dropping by and leaving a comment, I love your blog :) I'm going to save it and visit again. Also, thanks for the Septimus Heape reminder, my son loved the first one, so I may get him a couple more.

Kim x

marshamcgregor said...

Linda, I just spent some time reading your blog and stories and wanted you to know how much I enjoyed it. I LOVE LOVE LOVE your story titled "Love"--the characters are incredibly well-developed and I was completely engaged in their lives, like they were people I knew. My heart was breaking for Gabe! Your creepy travel tale was way cool and I was also, as a side note, very jealous of your biking through Europe, though I did at least have a month-long cross-country USA trip when I was 20. :) Have fun with your candymaking and enjoy a wonderful holiday. Best--Marsha

ICQB said...

Hi Kim! And thank you, too, for dropping by my blog. Your three blogs are very charming - my daughter loves horses so I will have to show them to her.

Here's hoping you did well at the exhibition!


ICQB said...

Hi Marsha!

I'm tickled that you spent time looking at my blogs - thanks! And thank you for your very kind words about my stories.

I hope your holiday weekend was wonderful - now on to December!

Hope to see you again soon,

ICQB (Linda)