I do, but I grew up mostly in New England. If you pronounce caramel as two syllables, chances are you're from the Midwest or West.
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1 lb. (56) vanilla caramels 2 tbsp. water 6 crisp medium apples chopped California walnuts
Melt caramels with water in double boiler; stir till smooth. Stick a wooden skewer into blossom end of each apple; dip apple in caramel syrup; turn until completely coated. (If syrup is too stiff, add a few drops of water.) At once roll bottom half of each apple in chopped nuts. Set on cookie sheet covered with waxed paper. Chill till the coating is firm.
Hot Mulled Cider
1/2 cup brown sugar 1/4 tsp. salt 2 quarts cider 1 tsp whole allspice 1 tsp. whole cloves 3 inches stick cinnamon
Combine brown sugar, salt and cider. Tie spices in small piece of cheesecloth; add. Slowly bring to boiling; simmer, covered, 20 minutes. Remove spices. Serve hot. Float clove-studded orange slices atop. Serves 10.
3/4 cup shortening 1 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup molasses 1 egg 2 1/4 cups sifted enriched flour 2 tsp. soda 1/2 tsp. salt 1 tsp. ginger 1 tsp. cinnamon 1/2 tsp. ground cloves
Cream together shortening, brown sugar, molasses and egg till light and fluffy. Sift together dry ingredients; stir into molasses mixture till blended. Form in small balls, roll in granulated sugar and place 2 inches apart on greased cookie sheet. Bake in moderate oven (375˚) about 10 minutes. Cool slightly; remove from pan. Makes 5 dozen.
2 pints cranberry juice 1 quart apple juice 10- 7-ounce bottles 7-Up 2 trays of 7-Up "ice" cubes
Chill fruit juices and 7-Up. Prepare 7-Up "ice" cubes by pouring additional 7-Up into 2 ice cube trays. Freeze. At serving time, combine cranberry juice and apple juice in a punch bowl. Slowly pour in 7-Up. Add "ice" cubes. Makes about 35 punch cup servings.
3 well-rounded tsp. of Sugar-Free or Regular General Foods International Coffees Irish Mocha Mint or any other flavor • 2 tbsp. hot water • 3/4 club soda or natural sparkling water • crushed ice or ice cubes • 1/4 cup ice milk
For one serving, spoon the International Coffee into a tall glass. Add hot water and stir until coffee is dissolved. Pour soda in gradually, mix well, add ice. Top with ice milk. Garnish as desired.
1/4 cup sugar 1 small jar (8 oz.) maraschino cherries 3 cups grapefruit juice 1 large bottle Canada Dry Hi-Spot Lemon Soda 1 large bottle Canada Dry Club Soda 1 large bottle Canada Dry Ginger Ale Optional: add your favorite liquor to taste (gin, rum, whiskey or vodka)
Combine first 3 ingredients; pour over ice into large punch bowl. Add ice-cold soft drinks just before serving. Add liquor if desired, stir gently. Makes about 30 punch cup servings.
That's the official recipe. The photo in the ad includes lemon slices, which I would definitely ad.
Also, I don't think Canada Dry makes Hi-Spot soda any more, so you could substitute any lemon soda (if you can find it) or Sprite.
Last, the recipe calls for "large bottles" of the soft drinks. In today's world, that would be about 2/3 of a two-liter bottle.