Where do people come up with these names?

There’s just something wrong with naming your candy something that sounds a whole lot like Anus Squares.

Perhaps I’m pronouncing this wrong but either way,  it seems like a poorly chosen word. 🙂 

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aimee

Rob,

I love your blog, and read it daily. That having been said, and I mean this in the nicest possible way, YOUR SPELLING KILLS ME!!!!!!! LMAO, and I was all set to go on a tirade about anise (which, by the way gives beautiful Springerle Cookies their amazing flavor) when I remembered an incident in Culinary School. We had to made all manner of things coated in……..aspic. yes, it sounds like ‘ass pick’ so I unthinkingly asked the Chef Instructor why the eff would anyone eat something called ass pick?! I learned to make mayonnaise that day, by hand. All day long. For being a very bad bad bad Culinary Student. (But your post did make me giggle – against my better judgement.)

Lost_and_Tired

Thanks. I\’m actually a good speller. The problem is the friggin auto correct on my phone. I do most of my blogging from my phone and sometimes the auto correct is simply out to make me look like an idiot. 🙂

Sometimes after I go back and read a post, I\’m like OMG, how did that happen. When I go back and try to fix it, I see that auto correct is once again responsible. 🙂

I even added a disclaimer to my signature awhile back because these typos pop up every now and again. I\’m gonna have to go back and look at this post again and see what happened. 🙂

ShanEda Lumb

Anise /ˈænɪs/,[1] Pimpinella anisum, also called aniseed, is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae native to the eastern Mediterranean region and Southwest Asia. Its flavor has some similarities with liquorice, fennel, and tarragon.

It tastes like liquorice. Very common ingredient in candy, baking & chai tea.

Julia

star anise (aneese) is a spice…wouldn't have thought it would be used in candy though!

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