CANDY FLOSS SUGAR – frog gummy candy
Candy Floss Sugar
- Cotton candy (U.S.) or candyfloss (UK, Ireland New Zealand and South Africa) or fairy floss (Australia) is a form of spun sugar. Since it is mostly air, servings are large. Cotton candy is often served at fairgrounds or circuses. Food coloring is used to change the natural white color.
- The British term for “cotton candy”.
- Cotton candy. Hmmm, candy floss. Flossing with candy. Something not orthidontically right with that image.
- A lump or teaspoonful of this, used to sweeten tea or coffee
- sweeten with sugar; “sugar your tea”
- A sweet crystalline substance obtained from various plants, esp. sugar cane and sugar beet, consisting essentially of sucrose, and used as a sweetener in food and drink
- a white crystalline carbohydrate used as a sweetener and preservative
- carbohydrate: an essential structural component of living cells and source of energy for animals; includes simple sugars with small molecules as well as macromolecular substances; are classified according to the number of monosaccharide groups they contain
- Used as a term of endearment or an affectionate form of address
candy floss sugar – Great Western
Candy Floss Stand
candy floss sugar
Floss’s parents split up when she was younger and she now has to split up her week, spending five days with her mum, her mum’s new boyfriend and her new baby half-sister. The other two days Floss spends with her dad, helping him to run his greasy spoon café. But then their simple arrangement is thrown into disarray when Floss’s mum decides to move to Australia. Floss has to choose whether to go with her or stay with her dad. She picks her dad and embarks on a new, exciting life with him, joining a travelling fair and running a candy-floss stand.
Candy Floss is another gripping and emotionally involving slice of family life from the award-winning, bestselling author and now, the new Children’s Laureate, Jacqueline Wilson.