How Hard Candy Is Made | WIRED

Sugar Smith Greg Cohen and the staff from Lofty Pursuits make traditional Christmas candy using century’s old techniques and equipment at their shop in Tallahassee, Florida. Watch and see how Greg and the staff make some of most popular styles of holiday hard candies: Candy canes, Sugar plum drops and more.

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+1 1. Dennyboy commented 176 days ago

The guy with the long curly hair should no way be handling foodstuff..:(
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+1 2. thundersnow commented 175 days ago

The guy who owns the place has evidently been affected by all the candy. :D
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+2 3. Judge-Jake commented 174 days ago

#1 He should certainly be wearing a hair cover, no question about that. Fasinating to watch all the same, I'm not a lover of Rock which is what it is only called in the UK. I remember when I was young you would buy a stick of the stuff to give to family and friends when you got home, I guess people still do that. I also remember when being given a stick of rock wishing it was chocolate or fudge instead. :D
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+1 4. thundersnow commented 174 days ago

#3 Have to agree with you. Prefer chocolate over this type of candy anytime. I'm sure a lot of people love it, but for me it's not worth the calories.