Tuesday, July 21, 2009

In Search of...Salted Carmels

I've been on the hunt for some delicious salted carmels. I have folders (both paper and electronic) dedicated to subject headings such as travel, beauty, fashion, books, etc. with people, places, & things that I come across because you never know when you are going to need to know where to buy a straw hat in January or where to have lunch in Argentina.
I consulted the most dedicated sweet tooth I know, CakeSpy for her suggestions and am happy to report that one of my "filed finds" was among them. Not sure if I trust Etsy for food items but if you've tried any please let me know!

Fran's in Washington State (suggested by CakeSpy & C. Murphy)


Little Flower Candy Company in Pasadena, CA (this is the one I had on file)

L.A. Burdick in New Hampshire and MA (the picture is a sampler box - yes, please!)

7 comments:

Michelle said...

Now you've got me wanting some. I may give #2 a try!

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capegirlindc said...

I have had the "Little Flower Company" salted caramels and they are excellent. I have also had their vanilla and lemon ones as well but the salted are my favorite, then the vanilla.

lovesbubbly said...

have you considered making them. i make ina garten's recipe and i think they're awesome. and easy to make. i've never made candies or such before.

Pigtown-Design said...

trader joe's has them.

a. said...

No Trader Joes here! Can you imagine? I'm jealous.

Pigtown-Design said...

OMFG!!!! Look what a friend cooked up!

http://baltimoresnacker.blogspot.com/2009/07/fleur-de-baie-caramels.html

elizabeths said...

Just had these while on vacation in Denver - BĂ©quet makes a salted plain and a salted chocolate, both of which are delish (though the salt is a bit crunchy). http://www.bequetconfections.com/