DIY: Cotton Candy Machine HOMEMADE (How to make) Cotton candy, the machine can make yourself at home. Instead, you can use the motor of a drill or a ...
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Sweet dreams come true for mother, daughter The mother-daughter duo also plans to unveil a cotton candy machine with gourmet flavors such as chai latte, root beer, sour grape and sweet mesquite. There is also a 1945 soda fountain Christenson and DiLuzio hope to get up and running, and they said [...]
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Champagne Emoji Pins, a Disco Ball Piñata, and More Last-Minute New Year's Eve Party Ideas (via Studio DIY). Item 6/13. DIY Champagne Emoji Pin: A teeny-tiny champagne pin is the little finishing touch that will have everyone oohing and aahing over your DIY skills. (via Lovely Indeed). Item 7/13. DIY Sparkler Toothpick Toppers: That leftover [...]
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14 Glittery (and Totally Edible!) Treats for a Gilded New Year's Eve Golden Cotton Candy: Transform butterscotch candies into candy floss (as long as you have the right machine). Sprinkle it with plenty of edible gold flakes to make it even more festive. (via ). Item 7/15. Gold Macarons: This hack for [...]
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How to make a cotton candy machine with an angle grinder, then unofficially demo it at Maker Faire Maker William Osman from Ventura, CA shows us how to make a cotton candy machine with an angle grinder, small metal container, motor, coffee filter, and other household/workshop materials. He worries about being able to bring his contraption onto the [...]
Some people do spring cleaning. June and I are both doing fall cleaning. She is getting ready to move, and I, just like my mother, love to move things around and discover treasures I had forgotten I had tucked away in that “why am I keeping it/I can’t part with it” box.June: I just found those old cards I got at the fair that have actors on them.Me: I hate to tell you, but I have one of yours. It’s Donald O’Connor. Do you want it?June: No. Do you want this stack?So goes the conversation...
The question from Tribune reader Karyn Hartman of Glen Ellyn sent us on a quest: "I was wondering if you or any of your staff were aware of a venue that still serves cotton candy the old-fashioned way, made fresh before your eyes and served on a stick. I'm hoping this hasn't gone the way of the horse and buggy."Hartman's e-mail went on to say: "I've had the bagged stuff, usually at the ballpark. The texture to me always seems somewhat matted. But this is the only cotton candy my daughter...
Across from the Corn Palace, there is a sweet portal to the past customers are eating up. Jesse's Candy Clouds is a cotton candy store, which opened in Mitchell a little more than a month ago. Tourists line up every day to get their hands on the sugary confection. The owners say there is a good reason why people have an appetite for their business. Fluff is a cotton candy maker's forte. No nutrition to fill up on, but that is ok. After all,...
Troy Stauffer is wiping wisps of sugar off of his face."I never thought [that by] going to culinary school I'd be out here making cotton candy," he says.He stands over the Flufftastic Floss Machine, supported at elbow level by a butcher's block in the back of his industrial kitchen. We walk through two large dining rooms (with a seating capacity of one hundred and sixty) to get to the celestial blue and bubblegum pink carnival machine, past high-backed leather armchairs and regal holiday...