HOKEY POKEY Hokey pokey is a Cornish term for honeycomb. It is wonderful eaten in golden shards or crumbled into the best vanilla ice cream. It is also the perfect present to take to a dinner party. Better than flowers, as they need to be put into a vase,
Make a batch of this sauce before guests come to dinner, keep it warm in the oven while they eat, then spoon it over vanilla ice cream for dessert. Or make it in the morning and pair it with pancakes. Bobby Flay’s Salted Caramel Sauce - NYT Cooking
Ingredients 175 g ( ¾ cup ) caster sugar 4 tablespoons golden syrup 1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda You will need: A clean medium heavy based saucepan A sugar or jam thermometer A shallow baking tray lined with baking parchment
No doubt some of you have visions of me working in an immaculate kitchen, flicking open my recipe books and smiling serenely - whipping up a recipe and taking a few quick photos and putting together a post.
Sponge Candy -Violet crumble "In Canada we call it sponge toffee; in England it’s called cinder toffee; in Australia they call it honeycomb and in California it’s called sea foam. No matter what you call it, it’s yummy!
This decadent Triple Chocolate Turtle Fudge features three different types of chocolate and an ooey, gooey caramel center that is hard to resist! Great for gift giving and the holidays! // Mom On Time(Triple Chocolate Cake)