Thursday, September 25, 2008

random

Why can't you buy fudge? Or I guess, where can you buy fudge if there's no candy store by you and you aren't at the beach? Seriously. Fudge. It's simple. Or it should be simple. Or is it so easy to make (using the fantasy fudge recipe with marshmallow fluff - YUM) no one sells it? Or does it go stale quickly so that's why it's not stocked with candy?

All I want right now is fudge. Any ideas?

6 comments:

Astarte said...

That's weird; we can get fudge everywhere here. All the grocery stores have it in the bakery section, and the local Amish market has a huge section for it, all flavors.

marissa said...

I know it's not the same as having fudge immediately, but my friend runs this place, and the fudge is yummy:

http://www.themillfudgefactory.com/

Am I doing okay? said...

Yep, I could get some fudge in California. See's candy? Some place in San Leandro that was at the street fair. I've been known to get it at the Shelburne Country Store in Vt. They ship I'm sure. I hope you get some soon!

Leah said...

Making fudge is the best! It takes a lot of stirring but it is well worth it and the recipe on the back of the marshmallow jar is very yummy.

Am I doing okay? said...

Okay, found some MORE local fudge. Email me your address and I (might) ship. I'm really terrible at post offices but for you - I'd go out of my way.

Please update, you're doing okay right?

Antigone said...

I was in Annapolis a few days ago and thought about this post when I walked by a fudge shop near the harbor.