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A recipe for classic southern fudge that you can't resist.
Heat a saucepot, over medium high heat.
Mix the cocoa, cream, butter, and sugar. Melt together and mix well. After well mixed, turn heat to medium.
Stir, wait, stir... keep doing so until the fudge has become thick (this takes practice!)
To test if fudge is hot enough; get a small glass of cold water, get a spoonful of fudge and drop in glass of water.
If fudge balls up, it's hot enough. If fudge drips to bottom of glass and does not stay together, keep cookin'. (If not done, keep stirring and test again)
After fudge is cooked, turn off fire. Keep pot in place, quickly add vanilla and stir, stir, stir. Fudge molds fast so one must hurry! If desired, quickly add nuts.
Within a couple of minutes, dump the fudge onto the marble slab.
Completely cool before cutting into squares.
I can't wait to try this. I love chocolate and fudge is the best!!
I haven't made this yet, because I don't know how much 2 blocks of butter is.I've asked everyone from housewives to cooking schools!!!If this can get to Cristin have her E-mail me.
It's Eric Avery, I've been searching for you for years...email me! firstname.lastname@example.org or my profile email from here. BTW, this recipe is the best in the world because Cristin is AWESOME!
What are 2 blocks of butter? Is it 2 sticks, or two, 1# blocks?
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