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This recipe for Salt Water Taffy, by Tamisha Wolfe, is from In Memory of Karen Corbin,
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1 C. brown sugar 1 C. white sugar 1/2 C. water 1/2 C. corn syrup 3 T. butter 1 t. salt 1 t. vanilla
Put sugars, water and syrup in saucepan. stir until dissolved and cook to 280º. Add salt and butter, cook a moment longer and add vanilla. Pour onto a well greased platter. When cool enough to handle pull until light in color. Pull out in long strands and cut into 2 inch pieces with scissors.
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