Woodhouse Toffee
Should this toffee confection from Woodhouse Chocolate, covered in chocolate and rolled in almonds, be called toffee? Or does it have another familiar, more accurate name? Take the quiz and find out! And read our review of Woodhouse Chocolate, a NIBBLE Top Pick Of The Week.
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June 2008

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Toffee Trivia Quiz

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Toffees are hard, chewy candies made by combining some type of sugar (white, brown, molasses) with water and butter. American recipes can add vanilla and other flavorings, and also add milk or cream. The ingredients are boiled together at a high temperature until the mixture is golden brown and stiff; the toffee is then spread into a shallow pan or onto a surface to thicken and cool. The slab is then broken into smaller, irregular pieces. Some toffees are poured into individual molds to create individual square or round pieces. Some are dipped in chocolate. Yum!

Now that you know the basics, become more expert by answering these toffee trivia questions. A wealth of sweet toffee information is supplied with the answers.





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