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VINEGAR CANDY

2 cups sugar
1/2 cup cider vinegar
2 tsp butter

Cook until 275 F on a good candy thermometer, then pour into well
buttered pan, let cool, and break.

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I hope it's as good as I remember, December 30, 2003 - 01:29 PM
Reviewer: Anonymous from Nashville TN USA
When I was a kid (I'm 54 now), my mother made this recipe. It was always one of my favorite things she made. I remember the candy had a pale yellow color and was very tart. My mother didn't have a thermometer, she cooked until the brittle in cold water stage. Sometimes she wouldn't cook it long enough and it wouldn't hardened and was more like a taffy consistancy. Still tasty. My mouth is watering now remembering the flavor. It's unforgetable. Try it.

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Skeptical at First, December 2, 2004 - 11:38 PM
Reviewer: Sarah from Woodstock, Va USA
I had a friend tell me about vinegar candy. At first I was kinda skeptical, but I did a search to find a recipe. I was really surprised at how good ti actually does taste.

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vinegar candy, October 13, 2005 - 01:00 AM
Reviewer: Anonymous from Wildomar, Ca. USA
I made this candy twice, the first time I made it just lik e the recipe said. The 275 deg. temperature wasn't high enough to make the candy hard. I thought it tasted good but no one else in the family liked it and it stuck yo your teeth really bad. The second time I made it I used one cup white sugar and one cup brown sugar and cooked it to 295 deg. It was more liked by the others in the family and it didn't stick to the teeth like the first batch but it didn't have as much vinegar tase as the original recipe. Next time I make it, I'm going to follow the original recipe but cook it to 295 deg. (takes about a hour to cook).

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