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FUDGE

(Candies And Sweets) - (The International Jewish Cook Book)







Boil together two cups of granulated sugar, one-eighth teaspoon of salt
and one cup of milk or cream, until when tried in cold water, it will
form a soft ball (about eight minutes). Add one-half a cake of Baker's
chocolate, two tablespoons of butter and one teaspoon of vanilla. Beat
until smooth and creamy; pour into greased pans; cool and cut in
squares.

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FUDGE (AS MADE BY MARY)

Two cups of granulated sugar, 1 cup of sweet milk, 1/4 cup of butter,
1/4 cake or 2 squares of Baker's unsweetened chocolate. Cook all
together until when tried in water it forms a soft ball. Remove from
fire, flavor with vanilla, beat until creamy, pour in buttered pan and
when cooled cut in squares.

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FUDGE SQUARES

1/4 cup shortening
1/2 cup sugar
1 egg
1/2 teaspoon lemon juice or extract
1/2 cup milk
1-1/2 cups flour
3 teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking Powder
1/8 teaspoon salt
2 cups fresh grated cocoanut
Cream shortening; add sugar, beaten egg and lemon juice; mix in milk
slowly; add flour, baking powder and salt which have been sifted
together; add cocoanut. The batter should be quite stiff. Drop by
small spoonfuls on greased pan. Do not smooth over, but allow space
for spreading. Bake in moderate oven 15 to 20 minutes.

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FUDGE

1 cup molasses
2 cups brown sugar
1 cup water
3 tablespoons vinegar
1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar
3 tablespoons butter
1/2 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
Put molasses, sugar, water and vinegar into saucepan and stir; when
boiling add cream of tartar and boil until very brittle when tested in
cold water; add butter and soda and pour on buttered platter. When
cool enough to handle, butter hands and pull until light brown. Cut
with scissors into small pieces.

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FUDGES

From MRS. CARRINGTON MASON, of Tennessee, Alternate Lady Manager.
One pound white sugar; one-quarter pound chocolate; four
tablespoonfuls of molasses; one cup of sweet milk, and a piece of
butter the size of a walnut. Boil until it will harden in water.
Flavor with vanilla and pour on a buttered slab.

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Chocolate Fudge

Four cups sugar (white), two cups milk, one pound butter, one cup grated

chocolate, vanilla to taste. Nuts may be added. Boil and beat thoroughly

(as for sucre a la creme) pour on buttered plates and cut into squares.

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Chocolate Fudge

Two cups sugar, one-fourth cake Baker's bitter chocolate, one cup milk,

butter size of an egg, vanilla to flavor. Scrape chocolate, add sugar,

milk and butter. Boil until a ball can be formed with fingers in a

little cold water. Beat in vanilla, beat until quite stiff. Put in

buttered platter. A cup of chopped nuts may be added, if desired.

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Cocoanut Fudge

Two cups sugar, one cup milk, one box desiccated cocoanut, small lump

butter. Cook sugar, milk and butter fifteen minutes, take off the fire,

and beat with a spoon. When partly creamed, add cocoanut and one

teaspoonful vanilla. Stir well, pour into buttered pan and cut in

squares.

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Cream Fudge

Two cups sugar, one cup milk, small lump butter. Cook fifteen minutes,

set pan in a cool place, and when about half cooled beat with a spoon.

Pour when creamy into buttered pan and cut when still warm into squares.

Vanilla or any other flavoring improves this fudge.

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Fudge

One and one-half pound granulated sugar (equal to three cups), one cup

cream, one-half teaspoonful salt; put in saucepan and boil. Nuts, three

squares bitter chocolate (Baker's). One heaping tablespoonful butter,

one teaspoonful flavoring; cut up cup marshmallows in little squares.

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Maple Cream Fudge

One and three-fourths cup sugar, three-fourths cup milk, one-third cup

maple syrup, butter size of an egg. Mix all ingredients together in an

enameled saucepan, boil about ten minutes, beat until almost stiff and

pour into buttered platter, mark into squares while warm. Cocoanut or

chopped nuts, added while beating, makes a variety.









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