Monday, June 16, 2008

Margie and Edna: National Fudge Day

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Margie: Edna, do you remember Mama's fudge? Today is National Fudge Day and it sure brings back happy memories. We never could make it the way Mama did.

Edna: Speak for yourself, you’re the one who’s hopeless in the kitchen. Don’t you remember when I made Mama’s fudge and won that blue ribbon at the Jericho county fair back in ‘58?

Margie: Edna, you know the only reason you won was because all the judges got drunk. Mama never put so much bourbon in her fudge. You should be ashamed.

I like this fudge made with Velveeta cheese. It may not sound good but it's angelic. Like me.

Edna: Margie, I will stop making fun of your cooking if you promise never to say the words "Velveeta fudge" to me ever again. Do we have a deal?

Margie: I'll think about it, Edna. Let's share some of these fudge recipes with our readers while you anticipate my answer.


Peanut Butter Fudge


Million Dollar Fudge


More Fudge Recipes


5 comments:

Balceroregontr said...
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Balceroregontr said...

I deleted my first comment because I had a typo. My oldest daughter made the Velveta Fudge in Home EC in middle school. I thought it would be horrible but it wasn't. It didn't taste cheesy at all. My favorite fudge is Fantasy Fudge with marshmellow creme. Mark and I make it for Christmas every year.

wildcatsthree said...

Well, I'd be willing to try anything with Velveta in it. I'll bet it's really creamy. When I was a child back in the 50's my neighbor made her "million dollar fudge" and it won her a blue ribbon at the county fair. I dug out her recipe last Christmas and it was a real hit. Fudge is one of the "perfect" food groups as far as I'm concerned.
Chris

Ruthie said...

Hey! My mom made the velveeta fudge at Christmas once! It was good. Well..here goes my diet...now I wanna go make fudge! :P

Margie and Edna said...

Margie here. Thank you all for letting my nutty sister know this is wonderful fudge. She's an old fuddy-duddy and never wants to try anything new.

Feel free to remember me when you all decide to make fudge of any kind and want to share with friends.

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