Well, they can’t all be War and Peace.
By the way, Dori says not to ever do this in a food processor with a plastic bowl–the granulated sugar will damage it. Use a glass blender.
For more on sugar, see the posts for:
- Pineapple Layer Cake, discussing 19th century sugar production
- White Cake With Raisins, discussing 19th century sugar grading
- Yesterdish’s Basic Lemonades, discussing sweetening from ancient Egypt onward
From a box sold in Martinez, California.
1 c. granulated sugar
Add 1-1/2 t. cornstarch and process in food processor until it is fine and powdery.