People have been asking for Hercules Candy to make a sour assortment of hard candy and we finally did it! This was also Cooper's big candy dream. This batch includes: lemonade, lime, orange, watermelon, strawberry, blue raspberry, green apple, cherry and grape. Pucker up! The super sour hard candy is \"accidentally vegan\". Choose from 8 ounces or 16 ounces. Watch us making hard candy on our YouTube channel.
The record's better tracks are, unsurprisingly, those where Madonna sounds more engaged. Second single \"Give It to Me\" has her delivering an imperious lesson on success and survival-- \"Show me a record and I'll break it/ I can go on and on\"-- over Hard Candy's most urgent tune, hard-pushing electro-ska whose keyboards break up trying to keep pace. Closing track \"Voices\" is gorgeously gothic orchestral synth-pop that she seems to relax and revel in. Centerpiece \"She's Not Me\" is a stirring piece of turf-defense, prowling between Chic-era disco and modern pop-house as Madonna slaps down a rival. It's taut and cold, easily Hard Candy's most emotionally compelling moment.
Yes, we need you to be a super hero and help us find all the arcade manuals in the universe! Most of of the arcade manuals we have, some are still missing. However we are also looking for manuals on arcade hardware. Think of a Atomiswave manual, maybe a PGS
We have received message from our community that there is a rare and unknown candy cabinet to be discovered. Please find attached the Sigma Fantasia 28. We are looking for more information about this model, build, brand and manufacturer and if possible the service manual. Do you have any information
Today I managed to update a lot of the hardware service manuals that were found. Amongst others I have updated the monitors part with new manuals from Nanao, Hantarex and WG monitors and gave the MVS motherboards page an overhaul. Hopefully one day they will be useful in restoring your
It seems the database is expanding and new arcade cabinets are coming in more but slowly these days. That means we are ready to take a new step and are now looking for manuals for all Japanese Candy hardware systems! Yes, we are looking for any and all information about
Buy Butterscotch Hard Candy Discs in this 5 lb bag for your organization's next big event or fundraiser as a thank-you to your customers, supporters, and patrons. These butterscotch bulk candies are perfect for restaurants, businesses and doctor's offices too. Each piece is individually wrapped in bright yellow adding a splash of color to any candy dish. Butterscotch Hard Candy Discs are artificially flavored, gluten-free and free of common allergens, making them perfect for all candy lovers!
The aim of the study is to define the optimal formulation of sucrose-free hard candy using D-optimal mixture design as the base for the incorporation of Cudrania tricupidata fruit. Hard candy was produced using three different polyols: isomalt, maltitol syrup, and xylitol. This study examined the effects of polyol mixtures as sucrose and corn syrup substitutes on physicochemical (moisture, color, soluble solid (SSC)), hardness, and sensory features of hard candies. These three polyols had notable effects on quality characteristics in addition to their effects on L* value. Xylitol had an undesirable effect on moisture content and hardness, resulting in decreased texture acceptability, but improved color and clarity. Given the results of our experiments and optimization of variables, we determined that 90.21% isomalt, 8.63% maltitol syrup, and 1.16% xylitol produced a sugar-free candy with high desirability (0.894).
The cutting edge presentation of the custom designed cap showcases playfulness of a sweet, delectable dessert adorned with charming candy motifs and a sweet cherry on top. The cap is plated in 18K yellow gold and hand-placed with 100+ Swarovski crystals in beautiful jewel tones.
At Essential Candy we are redefining the way people think about candy. Who says it can't promote well-being and good health especially when made with organic ingredients and infused with essential oils plus plant botanicals.
Essential Candy is more than just a healthy hard candy company. Our mission is about giving back and helping those battling cancer. When you buy a bag we donate a bag to cancer support groups and individuals going through chemotherapy treatments. We call this 'Get One Give One.' How can we help #CandywithaPurpose
Despite the intense emotional and physical content of most rest of the movie, Elliot Page said that one of the hardest scenes to shoot by far was the scene at Nighthawks, where for take after take they had to eat more tiramisu than they could ever want.
The idea of researching the character comes up. Elliot Page comments you can't really research for a character like Hayley or for what occurs in Hard Candy. They mention the best way they found to get into a scene was meeting Patrick Wilson, getting to know him, and becoming comfortable with him. The two went out to lunch one day where Wilson mentions Page was offered a kid's menu. Wilson also notes they had five days of rehearsal on the film. He also mentions a lot of the hard work went into the opening scene when Jeff and Hayley are first meeting.
I have been enjoying the extra hot cinnamon hard candies for years. It is the most delicious cinnamon candy ever! I even use the candy in my homemade cranberry sauce for Thanksgiving. It makes it extra special!
International guidelines recommend that patients refrain from consuming food or drinks for at least 6 to 8 hours before procedures are performed under anesthesia. Nevertheless, some patients admit to having refreshments, such as hard candies and chewing gum, during the fasting period. However, there are some discrepancies between established preoperative fasting guidelines. While the European Society of Anesthesiology allows chewing gum, candy, and smoking prior to procedures,8 the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) has not specified comparable exceptions to the recommended 6 to 8 hours of fasting.1 As a result, some anesthesia providers may be unsure whether they should carry on anesthetizing patients for procedures or postpone the cases until an adequate fasting time is achieved. In the busy environment of the typical endoscopy unit, the postponement or even cancellation of cases where fasting requirements have not been met can delay patient management and disrupt workflows.
Based on direct observation of patients scheduled for esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) at our institution (a tertiary-care, academic hospital), there have been times when patients have consumed hard candies before planned procedures. Cases involving the preprocedural chewing of gum have not yet been observed. This may be because chewing gum is not popular in the Asian population,9 especially in elderly Thai individuals. However, information about the effects of hard-candy consumption before gastrointestinal endoscopic (GIE) procedures is limited. A study by Hamid et al demonstrated that patients who ate lollipops and those in a completely fasted control group had no differences in gastric content volume or the incidence of pulmonary complications resulting from aspiration.10 Therefore, we hypothesized that procedures being performed under anesthesia could be allowed to proceed for patients who ingested some candies beforehand.
Our study primarily aimed to determine the effects of candy on the volume and pH of the gastric content of adult patients undergoing GIE procedures. The secondary outcome variables were complications, the difficulty of the procedures, and endoscopist and patient satisfaction.
The study recruited 108 outpatients scheduled for EGD and colonoscopies. Of these, 54 patients were assigned to the candy group, and the remaining 54 patients were placed in the control group (Figure 1). The demographic characteristics of the groups were comparable. The mean age of the overall participants was 57.73 9.53 years (mean SD), and most participants were female and classified as ASA II. The two groups had no statistically significant differences in their comorbidities (eg hypertension, type 2 diabetes mellitus, dyslipidemia, coronary artery disease, chronic kidney disease, and history of stroke). Approximately 40% of the participants in each group had been prescribed proton-pump inhibitors. The median NPO time was 11 hours. In the candy group, patients took some zero-calorie sugar-free candies within 2 hours (mean, 29.24 21.66 min) before the start of anesthesia. There was no difference in the total procedural time of EGD and colonoscopy (Table 1).Table 1 Patient Characteristics, Proton-Pump Inhibitor Use, Indications for Endoscopy, Procedural Time, and Total Anesthesia Time
Regarding preoperative hard-candy sucking, there are few studies on its effect on the characteristics of gastric content. Interestingly, 1 study that investigated this aspect with a particular type of sugar candy, lollipops, found no difference in gastric volume or pH compared with a standard fasting group.10 However, the sample size in the study was small, and the result has yet to be confirmed.
Our study explored the effects of hard-candy consumption during the preoperative period. We focused on hard candies in the form of lozenges rather than lollipops or candy sticks, which are less culturally familiar and less commercially available in Thailand. The patients were allowed to suck and chew the candies to imitate the actual behavior of candy ingestion. A significantly greater gastric content volume was observed in the candy group than in the control group. This finding might be because hard candy can stimulate saliva production,18 and candy chewing itself also encourages saliva production via the movement of the masticatory muscles.19 This increased saliva was naturally swallowed into the stomach by the patients during their wait in the preoperative holding area. 59ce067264