The Candy Kitchen is open for Christmas at Camellia’s Cottage…couldn’t resist sharing this recipe for Alabama Pralines with you again- I tried it again today and it was a success again! Easy enough for gifts- delicious enough for your very own Southern Sweet Tooth! And while I’m at it- I hope you’ll follow us on Instagram- we’ve been having a good time sharing photographs and tips since before Thanksgiving… you’ll see a few more things there than here! Love y’all, Camellia
If you’ve visited any great southern cities, particularly coastal cities such as Charleston, Savannah and New Orleans – chances are you’ve been drawn into a Praline Shop. We southerners call this sweet confection – Praw-leens, we’ll know right away you aren’t from the south if you call them Pray-leens. Since we’ve gotten the correct pronunciation out of the way, let me just say, however you pronounce Pralines, you will either love them or say- they’re too sweet! Eat enough pralines in your lifetime and you will become a praline critic- I complain that some pralines are too grainy- the sugar isn’t smooth enough or sometimes the pecans aren’t toasted enough to suit me. Yet even as I criticize- I will stand there and eat a praline until all of the sugary morsel is gone… Every. Single. Time. Why is the South so famous for Pralines?
- We seem to have a corner on the market of the…
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