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I've been up there, stayed at the Grand Hotel . Fudge wasn't any good.

We both agreed mine was better.   Too Thick and bland tasting.

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It looks good to me! And it looks like the kind I like: without marshmallows or marshmallow creme.

 

 



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@Sooner @Do you mean divinity?

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@Thats Me wrote:

@Sooner @Do you mean divinity?


@Thats Me LOL!!!  Oh no.  I wouldn't go near that stuff!  Fudge I don't like either but will eat some to look polite.  

 

Mother would make something that was almost like bark with mini marshmallows (multi colored for fancy!) and it had nuts in it.  She poured chocolate over them but it was a thin and crisp coating, nothing like fudge.

 

Funny but I have no idea what it was called!  My friends family was wild about divinity with black walnuts in it.  But it was just always way too sweet and sugary to me.  Powdered sugar tasting. . . 

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@Sooner @.Yeah I've never been a fan of fudge! because all of it was too sweet. 
Gosh I thought I had it!!!!!

 

but what you describe sounds wonderful!!!! I'd love a piece right now! 😄

 

 

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Only thing I won't touch is cotton candy, Easter peeps (chickens), thick bakery icing. That white frosting you know. Would gag a maggot.

 

Everything else is fair game. LOL   Bakery danish is my ultimate favorite.

layers of buttered bread with fruit center and drizzle of icing. Oh man !

 

  I  can make my own pecan rolls and they're better then what you pay 2 bucks for at the bakery. They put 2 nuts on a roll and hard and stale.

Make my own and microwave when they start to dry a little.

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I like it with pecans or walnuts. Without the nuts I could only eat a bite.

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The best store-bought fudge I've ever had is The Vermont Country Store's "Copper Kettle" fudge.

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They got great stuff, but, wow it's pricey. Their night gowns I die for.

All that candy and old time stuff is wonderful

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Totally agree. Mackinac Island for fudge.