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January 03, 2009

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When you prepared to give the fudge, was it difficult to pack it? God, I love that obvious joke.

Just stumbled onto your blog and I've been laughing out loud as I've read your latest entries. My husband thinks I've lost my mind. (again)
Thanks for the posts!

Your secret is safe with me. You have way more self-control than I do. I always felt elated when any of the desserts I made for the holidays looked "ugly" so I could eat them. And by ugly I mean totally delicious.

RECIPE??? I need a good fudge one...

Non-Bacon Tammy: God, I hope I didn't set fire to it. Sometimes, I'm my own worst enemy. Let me see if I can find it...

MC: Oh yes. I've played that game before. Not good enough for gifts but somehow still good enough for me. It's a miracle I don't weigh 500 pounds.

Michelle: Thanks for your nice comment. Welcome to the blogosphere!

Fudge: Did you notice how I didn't mention fudge-packing once in the entire post? Because I knew I could count on you!

I just drooled a little..

If you are a fudge lover (as we have proven ourselves to be in nearly 50 years of playing with the chocolatey goodness), check out Swiss Maid Fudge's website (http://www.swissmaidfudge.com). There are a bunch of tips and tricks to make the perfect fudge! And when all else fails, you can always just order some and eat it yourself :)

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