1/2 cup brown sugar 1/2 cup white sugar 1 cup light corn syrup 2 tsp baking soda--sifted 1 bag milk chocolate chips Prep: Sift the baking soda Line 9x13 pan with foil Mix sugars and syrup in a heavy bottomed pan and stir while heating, all the way up to 288 F (most recipes said 300, but my first batch tasted burned even cooking to only 294 F)
hilariously funny honeycomb toffee candy recipe. This candy is known as honeycomb in Great Britain (United Kingdom), South Africa, and Australia; as puff candy in Scotland; hokey pokey in New Zealand; sponge candy in Canada & parts of the USA; seafoam or fairy food candy in other parts of the USA; karumeyaki (カルメ焼き) in Japan; and törökméz in Hungary.
The Garibaldi biscuit consists of currants squashed between two thin, oblong biscuits - a currant sandwich. In this recipe, it has elements in common with the Eccles cake. Popular with British consumers as a snack for nearly 150 years, the Garibaldi biscuit is conventionally consumed with tea or coffee, into which it may be dunked in informal social settings. The biscuits also exist under different names in other countries including New Zealand.