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@Just Plain Crazy wrote:

@Sharke

 

Hi sharke,

 

Pulled out my Mary Beth cookbooks and she has several fudge recipes in both of them.   Which fudge is the best?? I have a weakness for fudge and would love to try it out.

 

thanks in advance

 

JPC


The one calling for 1 bag of choc chips and 1 bag of butterscotch chips.

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@Renata22 wrote:

When I saw Chef Tony’s book, I didn’t even wait for the presentation. Ordered it immediately. I love ❤️ him. He’s always so humble & respectful of others. Great to see his book sell out. Looking forward to receiving.

 

Is Mary Beth’s book still available?

 


Last time I saw it was over in Amazon

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@Sharke wrote:

@Just Plain Crazy wrote:

@Sharke

 

Hi sharke,

 

Pulled out my Mary Beth cookbooks and she has several fudge recipes in both of them.   Which fudge is the best?? I have a weakness for fudge and would love to try it out.

 

thanks in advance

 

JPC


The one calling for 1 bag of choc chips and 1 bag of butterscotch chips.


@Sharke

 

Thanks sharke, found it in my book.   Will be giving this a try real soon.

 

JPC

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I have found both of her books on Amazon, could you tell me which one is the right one for the fudge recipe? Those books were released before I was a fan of QVC. Thank you!

 

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@BuckeyeNut wrote:

I have found both of her books on Amazon, could you tell me which one is the right one for the fudge recipe? Those books were released before I was a fan of QVC. Thank you!

 


fudge recipe is on qvc's website....click on recipes...then enter fudge....there it is...

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Mary Beth's Fudge

 

1 can sweet condensed milk

12 oz bag choc chips (either choc I use milk choc)

12 oz bag of butterscotch chips

1 cup minature marshmallows

1/2 teas. salt

1 1/2 teas. vanilla

3/4 cup nuts

 

Melt chips into condensed milk. Stir in van., salt, and nuts

Add marshmallows and stir. Pour into buttered 9x13 pan

Chill till set

 

pretty thick , I add just a teaspoon of water to thin it out then pour out

I do chill it, then once it's solid you can leave out to room temp 

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Sharke,  thanks for sharing!

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@Sharke There is a picture of David hugging Chef Tony on David's instagram page.  Love it!