The Chum and Gertie Way

As a kid growing up in central Alberta my grandma always made these delicious caramels at Christmas. They were cut into small squares and wrapped in wax paper. As kids my siblings and I loved to go to Grandma and Grandpa’s house to “help” wrap caramels. It really was a labour of love. Cutting the caramel with a big butcher knife was Grandpa’s job- any too big or too small or with a weird shape we “had” to eat. Darn. Grandma’s job was to cut the wax papers just the right size and try to keep the rest of us from eating it all. Delicious memories. As I got older I wanted to know how to make this amazing treat myself. I asked Grandma if she would teach me and we set a night for me to go

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