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Succades or Suckets
Sweets and Toffee
Historic

Fruit or vegetable pieces candied in syrup, as a sweet.

See: Lettuce or Mallow Suckets

Known at least since 1502 in the Privy Purse Expenses of Elizabeth of York; "A present of oranges and sukcades." and in Gerard's Herbal (Gerard 1597, etc) "[The root of elecampane] is especially preserued by those that make succade and such like."


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