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During that time, adding layers of sweet which give sugar plums and comfits their hard shell was done through a slow and labour-intensive process called panning. Before mechanization of the process, it often took several days, and thus the sugar plum was largely a luxury product. In fact, in the 18th century the word plum became British slang for a large pile of money  or a bribe.
Today, some candy manufacturers have taken "sugar plum" literally, creating plum-flavored, plum-shaped candies and marketing them as "sugar plum candy".
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Another 21st-century take on the "sugar plum" instructs home cooks to combine dried fruits and almonds with honey and aromatic seeds anise , fennel , caraway , cardamom , form this mixture into balls, then coat in sugar or shredded coconut. Sugar plums are widely associated with Christmas , through cultural phenomena such as the Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker Composed by Tchaikovsky , , as well as the line "Visions of sugar plums danced in their heads," from Clement C.
Moore's poem A Visit from St. Nicholas , better known as "'Twas the Night Before Christmas". In the children's board game Candy Land the character Plumpy, a gingerbread troll, wore a sugar plum around his neck.
Receiving the Plumpy card meant the player had to undo most of their progress, which could lead to great frustration and often prolonged the game. The Plumpy character was replaced in by Mama Gingertree.
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