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Item Description: Books LLC, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 474 pages. 9.02x5.98x1.02 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # __1156428742

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Published by Reference Series Books LLC Feb 2012 (2012)

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Item Description: Reference Series Books LLC Feb 2012, 2012. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. Neuware - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 116. Chapters: Caramel, Candy bar, Jelly bean, Marshmallow, Frutta martorana, Candy corn, Maple sugar, Knäck, Gummi bear, Praline, Jelly baby, Halva, Chewing gum, Candy desk, Cookie decorating, Marzipan, Candy pumpkin, Mozartkugel, List of candies, Turkish delight, Sherbet, Sprinkles, Indian sweets, Succade, Macaroon, Turrón, Stick candy, Karah Parshad, Polkagris, Poisoned candy scare, Marron glacé, Candy cane, Cotton candy, Jujube, Rock, Gum industry, Ice cream cone, Gummi candy, Salty liquorice, Fudge, Dulce de leche, Lollipop, Gobstopper, Hanukkah gelt, Salt water taffy, Candy apple, Marshmallow creme, Loose candy, Nonpareils, Circus Peanuts, Chikki, Cajeta, Liquorice allsorts, Butterscotch, Mint, Fondant, Churchkhela, Divinity, Cake decorating, Rock candy, Chocolate truffle, Lula's Chocolates, Gum base, Candy cigarette, Rapadura, Candied fruit, Sugar panning, Penuche, Peanut butter cup, Sponge toffee, Bulk confectionery, Maple taffy, Gibraltar rock, Coconut candy, Muisjes, Ka'í Ladrillo, Haw flakes, Jaangiri, Werther's Original, Tooth-friendly, Edible ink printing, Jordan almonds, Pastille, Pontefract cake, Hard candy, Sugar plum, Laddu, Calisson, Rum ball, Caramel apple, Imarti, Dodol, Bridge mix, Soutzoukos, Sesame seed candy, Gumdrop, Riesen, Soor ploom, Cocadas, Strela candy, Rat Candy, Gaz, Misri, Kakinada Khaja, Krówki, Sohan, Sugar paste, Bubblegum, Kettle corn, Orange jelly candy, Rocky road, Glaze, Royal icing, Chocolate-coated raisin, Teja, Dominostein, Comfit, Besan barfi, Chocolate-coated peanut, Functional chewing gum, Noghl, Ribbon candy, Persipan, Szaloncukor, Kaju Katli, Brittle, King Kong milk candy, Bourbon ball, Pashmak, Paçoca, Caramel corn, Ischoklad, Kosereva, Dolly mixture, Gozinaki, Merci, Chocolate-covered coffee bean, Toffifee, Kiev cake, Chocolate fish, Tiffin, Mendiant, Carob chip, Kamarcut, Twin Bing, Moustalevria, Suikerboon, Koloocheh and Masgati, Pirulín, Singori, Bonbon, Candy bouquet, Lacabòn, Cezerye, Russian candy, Catànies, Lakhamari, Panuche, Sugar cake, Lemon drop, Tableting, Chocolate balls, Cordial, Geplak, Abnabat, Fruit sours, Konfyt, Acidulated, Pecan log roll. Excerpt: Halva (or halawa, xalwo, haleweh, helwa, halvah, halava, helava, helva, halwa, aluva, chalva, chalwa) refers to many types of dense, sweet confections, served across the Middle East, South Asia, Central Asia, West Asia, North Africa, the Horn of Africa, the Balkans, Eastern Europe, Malta and the Jewish world. The term Halva (Arabic: ¿), meaning 'sweet', is used to describe two types of desserts: Halva may also be based on numerous other ingredients, including sunflower seeds, various nuts, beans, lentils, and vegetables such as carrots, pumpkins, yams, and squashes. The word halva entered the English language between 1840-50 from the Yiddish halva. The latter term came from Bulgarian, which in turn came from the Turkish helva, a word which itself ultimately derived from the Arabic Al ¿alwa, meaning sweet confection. The Arabic root ¿¿¿¿ ¿alwa means 'sweet'. Most types of halva are relatively dense confections that are sweetened with sugar or honey. Their textures, however, vary. For example, semolina-based halva is gelatinous and translucent, while sesame-based halva is drier and more crumbly. This type is made by frying the flour such as semolina in oil into a roux and cooking it with a sugary syrup. This is popular in Iran, Turkey, Somalia, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. This h. 116 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156428740

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Published by Reference Series Books LLC Feb 2012 (2012)

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Item Description: Reference Series Books LLC Feb 2012, 2012. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. Neuware - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 116. Chapters: Caramel, Candy bar, Jelly bean, Marshmallow, Frutta martorana, Candy corn, Maple sugar, Knäck, Gummi bear, Praline, Jelly baby, Halva, Chewing gum, Candy desk, Cookie decorating, Marzipan, Candy pumpkin, Mozartkugel, List of candies, Turkish delight, Sherbet, Sprinkles, Indian sweets, Succade, Macaroon, Turrón, Stick candy, Karah Parshad, Polkagris, Poisoned candy scare, Marron glacé, Candy cane, Cotton candy, Jujube, Rock, Gum industry, Ice cream cone, Gummi candy, Salty liquorice, Fudge, Dulce de leche, Lollipop, Gobstopper, Hanukkah gelt, Salt water taffy, Candy apple, Marshmallow creme, Loose candy, Nonpareils, Circus Peanuts, Chikki, Cajeta, Liquorice allsorts, Butterscotch, Mint, Fondant, Churchkhela, Divinity, Cake decorating, Rock candy, Chocolate truffle, Lula's Chocolates, Gum base, Candy cigarette, Rapadura, Candied fruit, Sugar panning, Penuche, Peanut butter cup, Sponge toffee, Bulk confectionery, Maple taffy, Gibraltar rock, Coconut candy, Muisjes, Ka'í Ladrillo, Haw flakes, Jaangiri, Werther's Original, Tooth-friendly, Edible ink printing, Jordan almonds, Pastille, Pontefract cake, Hard candy, Sugar plum, Laddu, Calisson, Rum ball, Caramel apple, Imarti, Dodol, Bridge mix, Soutzoukos, Sesame seed candy, Gumdrop, Riesen, Soor ploom, Cocadas, Strela candy, Rat Candy, Gaz, Misri, Kakinada Khaja, Krówki, Sohan, Sugar paste, Bubblegum, Kettle corn, Orange jelly candy, Rocky road, Glaze, Royal icing, Chocolate-coated raisin, Teja, Dominostein, Comfit, Besan barfi, Chocolate-coated peanut, Functional chewing gum, Noghl, Ribbon candy, Persipan, Szaloncukor, Kaju Katli, Brittle, King Kong milk candy, Bourbon ball, Pashmak, Paçoca, Caramel corn, Ischoklad, Kosereva, Dolly mixture, Gozinaki, Merci, Chocolate-covered coffee bean, Toffifee, Kiev cake, Chocolate fish, Tiffin, Mendiant, Carob chip, Kamarcut, Twin Bing, Moustalevria, Suikerboon, Koloocheh and Masgati, Pirulín, Singori, Bonbon, Candy bouquet, Lacabòn, Cezerye, Russian candy, Catànies, Lakhamari, Panuche, Sugar cake, Lemon drop, Tableting, Chocolate balls, Cordial, Geplak, Abnabat, Fruit sours, Konfyt, Acidulated, Pecan log roll. Excerpt: Halva (or halawa, xalwo, haleweh, helwa, halvah, halava, helava, helva, halwa, aluva, chalva, chalwa) refers to many types of dense, sweet confections, served across the Middle East, South Asia, Central Asia, West Asia, North Africa, the Horn of Africa, the Balkans, Eastern Europe, Malta and the Jewish world. The term Halva (Arabic: ¿), meaning 'sweet', is used to describe two types of desserts: Halva may also be based on numerous other ingredients, including sunflower seeds, various nuts, beans, lentils, and vegetables such as carrots, pumpkins, yams, and squashes. The word halva entered the English language between 1840-50 from the Yiddish halva. The latter term came from Bulgarian, which in turn came from the Turkish helva, a word which itself ultimately derived from the Arabic Al ¿alwa, meaning sweet confection. The Arabic root ¿¿¿¿ ¿alwa means 'sweet'. Most types of halva are relatively dense confections that are sweetened with sugar or honey. Their textures, however, vary. For example, semolina-based halva is gelatinous and translucent, while sesame-based halva is drier and more crumbly. This type is made by frying the flour such as semolina in oil into a roux and cooking it with a sugary syrup. This is popular in Iran, Turkey, Somalia, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. This h. 116 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156428740

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Item Description: Reference Series Books LLC Feb 2012, 2012. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. Neuware - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 116. Chapters: Caramel, Candy bar, Jelly bean, Marshmallow, Frutta martorana, Candy corn, Maple sugar, Knäck, Gummi bear, Praline, Jelly baby, Halva, Chewing gum, Candy desk, Cookie decorating, Marzipan, Candy pumpkin, Mozartkugel, List of candies, Turkish delight, Sherbet, Sprinkles, Indian sweets, Succade, Macaroon, Turrón, Stick candy, Karah Parshad, Polkagris, Poisoned candy scare, Marron glacé, Candy cane, Cotton candy, Jujube, Rock, Gum industry, Ice cream cone, Gummi candy, Salty liquorice, Fudge, Dulce de leche, Lollipop, Gobstopper, Hanukkah gelt, Salt water taffy, Candy apple, Marshmallow creme, Loose candy, Nonpareils, Circus Peanuts, Chikki, Cajeta, Liquorice allsorts, Butterscotch, Mint, Fondant, Churchkhela, Divinity, Cake decorating, Rock candy, Chocolate truffle, Lula's Chocolates, Gum base, Candy cigarette, Rapadura, Candied fruit, Sugar panning, Penuche, Peanut butter cup, Sponge toffee, Bulk confectionery, Maple taffy, Gibraltar rock, Coconut candy, Muisjes, Ka'í Ladrillo, Haw flakes, Jaangiri, Werther's Original, Tooth-friendly, Edible ink printing, Jordan almonds, Pastille, Pontefract cake, Hard candy, Sugar plum, Laddu, Calisson, Rum ball, Caramel apple, Imarti, Dodol, Bridge mix, Soutzoukos, Sesame seed candy, Gumdrop, Riesen, Soor ploom, Cocadas, Strela candy, Rat Candy, Gaz, Misri, Kakinada Khaja, Krówki, Sohan, Sugar paste, Bubblegum, Kettle corn, Orange jelly candy, Rocky road, Glaze, Royal icing, Chocolate-coated raisin, Teja, Dominostein, Comfit, Besan barfi, Chocolate-coated peanut, Functional chewing gum, Noghl, Ribbon candy, Persipan, Szaloncukor, Kaju Katli, Brittle, King Kong milk candy, Bourbon ball, Pashmak, Paçoca, Caramel corn, Ischoklad, Kosereva, Dolly mixture, Gozinaki, Merci, Chocolate-covered coffee bean, Toffifee, Kiev cake, Chocolate fish, Tiffin, Mendiant, Carob chip, Kamarcut, Twin Bing, Moustalevria, Suikerboon, Koloocheh and Masgati, Pirulín, Singori, Bonbon, Candy bouquet, Lacabòn, Cezerye, Russian candy, Catànies, Lakhamari, Panuche, Sugar cake, Lemon drop, Tableting, Chocolate balls, Cordial, Geplak, Abnabat, Fruit sours, Konfyt, Acidulated, Pecan log roll. Excerpt: Halva (or halawa, xalwo, haleweh, helwa, halvah, halava, helava, helva, halwa, aluva, chalva, chalwa) refers to many types of dense, sweet confections, served across the Middle East, South Asia, Central Asia, West Asia, North Africa, the Horn of Africa, the Balkans, Eastern Europe, Malta and the Jewish world. The term Halva (Arabic: ¿), meaning 'sweet', is used to describe two types of desserts: Halva may also be based on numerous other ingredients, including sunflower seeds, various nuts, beans, lentils, and vegetables such as carrots, pumpkins, yams, and squashes. The word halva entered the English language between 1840-50 from the Yiddish halva. The latter term came from Bulgarian, which in turn came from the Turkish helva, a word which itself ultimately derived from the Arabic Al ¿alwa, meaning sweet confection. The Arabic root ¿¿¿¿ ¿alwa means 'sweet'. Most types of halva are relatively dense confections that are sweetened with sugar or honey. Their textures, however, vary. For example, semolina-based halva is gelatinous and translucent, while sesame-based halva is drier and more crumbly. This type is made by frying the flour such as semolina in oil into a roux and cooking it with a sugary syrup. This is popular in Iran, Turkey, Somalia, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. This h. 116 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156428740

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