Fudge sisters for life.
Because I licked the Dutch oven clean. My husband and daughter got one (rather small) spoonful each, and I? I hoarded the dutch oven.
Oh. So. Good.
Not sure what I'm talking about? Me neither, really. Except that she promised that when I made her Grannie's Old Fashioned Fudge and took that first bite of ever so delicious fudge that we'd be connected somehow. And I quote " ...once you eat this, it's like we're blood brothers. But more like fudge sisters. We're for real friends now. This chocolate bond can never be broken."
The crazy thing is? I believe her. This crazy great fudge is good even straight out of the freezer! (I know because I attempted to hide it from myself...)
So when Hadassah and I made it, we thought we'd show Edie that we meant business. If this was a bonding thing, we wanted to really bond. As in, do it just like her. So we took a picture of the Canadian version of her ingredients...just like her...
...buuuut then that's as far as we got. There was a cute
Her directions were great. Her pictures were helpful. Her fudge? Amazing!!
Can I tell you again how much I enjoyed this batch of sweetness? No? Ok. Overkill, right? Settle down Jen.
But I do want to encourage you in this: If you need fudge - easy to make fudge - good fudge - than make Edie's fudge.
Because there's nothing like being fudge sister's with Edie. Nothing like it. (seriously, you gotta try it right out of the freezer...)
Edie? I thank you. And Grannie. A hundred fold.
*Extracurricular Activity* Don't forget about the giveaway to celebrate the fact that I actually opened SparrowJoy! The deadline is Mon, Dec.2 - so hurry to get your comments in - there are some great suggestions there already! Thanks friends!