What happened to my chocolate peanut butter fudge, the last one I made it was oily, I used Skippy and have used it before and had no issues with this, can you explain?
Can I leave the kettle on low when making varieties and fudge pops,fudge tends to set too fast for dipping and pouring
I am looking for the labels pdf you have on your website. Where is it?
Saying, “Have a taste!” encourages customer interaction and sampling, which promotes fudge sales. Calico Cottage knows what extensive research proves: Browsers who taste fudge are very likely to buy fudge. Learn the proper techniques of how to sample effectively.
Very few people wake up and crave fudge. The fact is, buying fudge usually is a purchase made solely on impulse. That’s why sampling is critical to capturing a sale.
This is much better than ready-made fudge.
– Bill Niffenegger, Old Apple Barn
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