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May you have:
A world of wishes at your command.
God and his angels close to hand.
Friends and family their love impart,
and Irish blessings in your heart!

~~Irish Blessing~~

Monday, June 21, 2010

~~The Fudgery~~

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We had so much fun watching the entertainment here that we watched this not once but 3 times. We also purchased the fudge...This is a great marketing tool!


~~^j^~~
Thanks be to God!!

10 comments:

  1. Yummmmm..... fudge! You're making me have cravings! Why is it I always associate fudge with Thanksgiving and Christmas, though? I suppose because that was the only time of year my mom would make her fudge.

    Fudge should definitely be enjoyed year-round!

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  2. YUMMY...MY MUMMY USED TO MAKE DOUBLE DECKER FUDGE...VANILLA ON TOP AND CHOCOLATE ON THE BOTTOM...IT WAS CREAMY AND THE TALK OF THE TOWN.I RESTRICT MY FUDGE(AND PEP BAR INTAKE) TO ONCE A YEAR.USUALLY CHRISTMAS.

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  3. Oh, I really LIKE that fudge maker!!! He was too funny...and STRICT, too! Everybody say OH YEAH!

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  4. Cathy there is a place in Banff that does this very same thing, I love their fudge as well.
    ..........:-) Hugs

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  5. Very entertaining individual - tasty fudge too!

    God bless.

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  6. oh I love fudge. If we ever visit the States, this is going to be on my list of places for Cathy to take us. :::grin:::

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  7. Oh I would love to go there. Fudge, fudge is so wonderful. What a great visit that must have been. Blessings
    QMM

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  8. Oh I just love it, we have one in Savannah that you can go in and watch too, thanks for sharing those good yummy ;photos, hugs and blessings my new friend, Barbara

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  9. Fudge and Tea! Wonderful!
    My sis and bil just celebrated their 50 wedding anniv. 150 people at the Irish Society Hall. Lots of Irish dancing. The priest who married them came, He is 82! It was just lovely!

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  10. That looks like so much fun to watch (and eat!).
    My grandmother used to make fabulous fudge in many different flavors - all melted in your mouth and so delicious. I miss it.

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