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That's awesome! I'm happy you were able to make this! I'll fix the instructions regarding the butter and the food coloring. They are indeed problematic to eat off the stick! :)Enjoy!
I am absolutely baffled by how doable this was. Time consuming and tedious, yes, but not nearly as tedious as I thought. I'm making these for a sci-fi Halloween party this weekend, so I planned way ahead and made them over the course of a week. Aside from leaving the chopsticks until the end and drying the outer shell differently (pictured) I followed the instructions to a T. They look great! I haven't attempted to eat one yet, but I've been tasting the components as I go and they all taste great!Two minor corrections:1) In the truffle step, you forgot to mention what you do with the butter. After I realized it didn’t make it in, I clicked on the Alton Brown recipe and figured it out. But no big deal. They still taste great!2) Even though it’s obvious, you never say what to do with the blue food coloring.Thank you so much for posting this!
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Kayak storage rack
You can buy carts like this. They range from $35 to over $100. But I like making things myself.
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