I hope all of you had a splendid weekend, filled with lots of relaxation and fun! I cleaned and organized my house while the husband was hunting in Georgia. I did manage to squeeze in some fun with friends, and a birthday celebration for my sister, #3 of the 6 girls! Happy 27th, C!
Just in time for Halloween, approaching this Sunday, I thought I would provide a list of Southern Candies I found on wikianswers. Please add ones that are absent from the list, as I feel there could be a lot more listed, than the ones I provided. Have you tried many of these candies? Guess you learn something new everyday, I thought pralines were more of a specialty in Savannah and Charleston, but I guess they go as far south as New Orleans. Love those tasty treats! Hope y’all enjoy!
- Benne seed candy – such as Benne Brittle, found primarily in the coastal regions of Georgia and South Carolina
- Kentucky Cream Candy – a pulled candy that is made usually during the colder months (40 deg or below) of the year when humidity is low