12 Responses to “visions of caramel”

  1. MJ says:

    Y-U-M! I want to try this with the kids!! Talk about a cool science experiment with a grand payoff!! Thanks Rachel!

  2. Lydia says:

    Yummy! Thanks for posting this. I’ve been wanting to make caramel for a few months now.

  3. Ellen says:

    Oh, this looks like something I’ll have to put on my to-do list…after the dentist visits of course 🙂

  4. angie says:

    seriously! Can we say yum! I mean seriously! My ice cream obsessed family would be thrilled with this one!

  5. Sachi says:

    OH YUM! Oh yum yum yum! This looks simply divine.

    Do you cook Mexican often? I love making it myself; although I think mine is more Tex-Mex. I can’t find good mexican food on the east coast so I have to make my own.

  6. Lidka says:

    Oh man… I’m so making it. I might need your help thou! 🙂

  7. yarn along says:

    […] have banana bread calling from the oven and a mason jar of caramel calling from the fridge which I cannot resist. I think a snack is in […]

  8. Jennifer says:

    Oh wow! Thanks so much for sharing this. It looks like heaven! I can feel my pants getting tighter as I drool over your photos! 😀

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