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    View Poll Results: What is a candy apple?

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    • Apple on a stick, coated with hard red translucent candy

      2 100.00%
    • Apple on a stick, coated with soft caramel

      0 0%
    • Either of the above; it's sweet so it's candy

      0 0%
    • It's a paint color. What else would it be?

      0 0%
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    Thread: Poll: Candy apples

    1. Member reddfoxx's Avatar
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      09-17-2014 05:06 PM #1
      What is a candy apple? To me, it is an apple on a stick, coated with hard red candy. They used to be everywhere, at least, everywhere you could find caramel apples- fairs, etc.

      I hadn't thought about them in a long time, but last weekend I got coupons for candy apples at Cedar Point (a big amusement park, if you're not from the Midwest.) I thought "cool, haven't had one in years!" I went to get one and all they had were caramel apples of various sorts- plain, with nuts, with sprinkles, etc. The teenagers behind the counter said the caramel ones were candy ones, even though the sign said "caramel apples." They had no idea what I was talking about.
      Last edited by reddfoxx; 09-17-2014 at 05:09 PM.
      Not red, not blue- red, white, and blue

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      09-18-2014 09:11 PM #2
      I always thought that candy apples and caramel apples were two distinct items.


      Speaking of... I don't think I've ever had either.

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