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WELCOME to my blog… under construction. PLEASE NOTE if you are visiting for the first time or a long time fan, all my LINKS from Pinterest and just if you saved a favorite recipe, all links are broken. Most likely if you clicked on a saved link from somewhere it says “that page cannot be found”, but Do NOT worry, the recipe is STILL HERE, just lost in internet space. This happened when I had an error on my blog and someone tried to help me and basically destroyed my entire blog in the process.
THERE IS HOPE. Example: If you look at the URL of the link (recipe) you are trying to find, note the original post date, IE: 9/2012, just look in the original URL for month/year and then you can click on the ARCHIVE below under 2012 / September and then click the recipe name.
I am in the process of trying to fix my blog, but links cannot be restored, so basically my 4+ years of blogging is wasted and I am re-building from scratch. AHHHHH, okay! So…. HERE WE GO….
Thursday, June 16, 2011
I just LOVE LOVE all the different food days... it let's you stop for a minute a think and reminisce about a special food every day of the year, the memories just coming following back! I keep the American Food & Drink Days posted at my desk and love to just glance over and read what we are celebrating today! And well, today is FUDGE!
I really don't make fudge that often and there are only two fudge recipes I ever do make. One is for White Chocolate Cheesecake Fudge (just thinking about it, I go to my happy place, plus an extra 10 lbs comes on just thinking about it), and the other fudge is my mother-in-law's famous Hundred Dollar Fudge recipe. I've already shared it here already, so just click on over, make a batch or two yourself and you'll know why all the brothers, sisters, grandkids and great-grandkids patiently wait for their box of fudge to arrive each and ever Christmas! (this is why last Christmas I learned to make it myself and the results were perfect) We hope you give it a try and love it just as much as we do. (and don't wait til Christmas to make it)