I would like a fudge recipe that is cooked. Thank you.
Fran Georgiou, St. Petersburg
Jo Ann Sanderson of Temple Terrace shares a two-flavor fudge recipe her daughter got when she was in Scouts many years ago. Each child had to make the recipe for Christmas and not one batch failed. Although this recipe takes some time, it is worth it. The best part about the recipe is you do not need a candy thermometer. Even though there are equal amounts of semisweet and butterscotch chips, the butterscotch flavor is more prominent. The recipe calls for walnuts, but they are easily omitted. While the recipe is delicious as it is written, it would be fun to experiment with other flavor combinations such as all semisweet chips or semisweet and peanut butter chips. The recipe makes two 8- by 8-inch pans of fudge making it a perfect holiday gift giving treat. I used a wire whisk to stir the chocolate and marshmallow creme. It combined the mixtures more quickly than with a spatula or wooden spoon.
Jacki Jackson of Sun City Center would like the recipe for spaghetti with meat sauce from Papa Nick's that used to be in Ellenton.
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