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Real pine needles coated in sugar (decorative only) make enchanting garnishes for our Yule Logs.

Martha Stewart Living, December 2009

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Makes 10
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  • Lightly beat together egg white and water in a small bowl. Place sugar in a large bowl. Lightly coat white pine sprigs with egg-white mixture using a small brush. Holding sprigs over bowl, coat with sugar using your hands. Transfer to a wire rack. Let stand until dry, about 30 minutes. (Sugared white pine needles can be stored at room temperature for up to 3 days.)

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