Candy, specifically sugar candy, is a confection made from a concentrated solution of sugar in water, to which flavorings and colorants are added. Candies come in numerous colors and varieties and have a long history in popular culture.
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... The tenant of the candy desk is charged with stocking it with candy from his or her home state, but funding has been an issue ... Originally senators would ask for a specific candy and leave a few dollars to keep the desk stocked with their favorites, but as time continued, and the candy desk ...
... though only some of these species are thought to be closely related to the candy cap group ... Lactarius rufulus is reported by one source as being a "candy cap" species and having a similar odor to the other candy caps, though earlier monographs do not report ... found in Europe and North America, respectively, are also strongly aromatic and similar to candy caps, the former having the odor of fenugreek ...
... Candy Land The Great Lollipop Adventure is a 2005 animated direct-to-DVD movie in which Jib the gingerbread boy, Princess Lolly and Mr ... Mint try to save Candy Land from the evil Lord Licorice ...
... The table below summarizes some of the top candy brands in the world ... States M M's 1800 M M's are milk chocolate drops with a colorful candy coating on the outside. 1 candy in Brazil, it is also the No ...
... Further reading Candy Southern at the Marvel Universe wiki Candy Southern on Marvel Database, a Marvel Comics wiki Candy Southern at the Comic Book DB Candy Southern at the Grand ... Terry Southern with the first name of the title character of Southern's novel Candy ...
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Famous quotes containing the word candy:
“Im headed for a land thats far away
Beside the crystal fountains.
So come with me, well go and see
The Big Rock Candy Mountains.”
—Unknown. The Big Rock Candy Mountains (l. 58)
“Why, what a candy deal of courtesy
This fawning greyhound then did proffer me!”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)