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Dick Moano´s "Introducing original Polynesian tropical bar recipes ... mai tai, navy grog 1963
TikiTacky
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Posted: 2014-04-04 9:28 pm   Permalink

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On 2014-04-04 15:10, GentleHangman wrote:
Going through this booklet, I notice a lot of call for "powdered sugar". Am I to translate that into "Confectioner's sugar"? I'm not sure at this point. I've not found many calls for powdered sugar in the recipes in my collection.



These days most recipes call for simple syrup instead. The advantage of powdered sugar over regular sugar is that it is easier to dissolve in cool liquids.
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