Candy corn’s the kinda thing that divides loved one’s right down the middle. Either you hate it, or you love it. And like all good things, if you love it, you should make it. And like those very all good things, the homemade version tastes even better.
1 cup granulated sugar 2/3 cup light corn syrup 1/3 cup salted butter 2 1/2 cups confectioners’ sugar, sifted 1/3 cup powdered milk 1 teaspoon vanilla red and yellow food coloring
Sometimes, in exploring alternative energies, one must look back to look forward. Case in point: The biomass stove. It all started with Ben Franklin, who invented the iron furnace stove. Then, in 1973, Mike Haefner tweaked Ben’s baby and created the first certified biomass fuel stove. The improvement lay in the fact that Mike’s creation burned biomass.
What’s biomass? Biomass itself is the process of turning trees and plant material into fuel, which, technically, are referred to as bioproducts. Continue Reading