Sunday, December 18, 2011



I'm just a bit swampy here, Y'all, with an almost-conquered cold and LOTS still not done for Christmas or the company to follow.    Luckily, before I came down with this grunge, I made and wrapped one pan of fudge.   So, in addition to that huge treasure-trove up in Caro's kitchen, that ought to do for any holiday crowd that might visit. 

This is the easiest, best recipe I've ever found, so I hope you'll try it (and trust that you won't mind a bit of a re-run, til I'm up to posting again).



Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Rachel:
we really do hope that you will be back to feeling yourself very, very soon. It is miserable to feel under the weather, and especially so at this time of year.

The fudge does, indeed, look most delicious. Fatal!

Chesapeake said...

Concentrate on getting better, Rachel. NOTHING is more imporant, not even our Chris, because who would take care of him if not you???"?

Justabeachkat said...

I'm so sorry you haven't felt good. I hope you feel all better real soon. Lots to do, you know?!

Your fudge looks and sounds delish. Did you see the one I made recently. It's easy and so good too. I'm trying hard to ignore it, but it keeps calling my name. And I'm so bad about answering the call. LOL


Southern Lady said...

So sorry to hear you have a cold, Rachel. I hope you can stay warm and cozy and get some rest today.

I'll be thinking about you, and hope you feel better soon!

Jeanne said...

Hi Rachel, Easy fudge fits my schedule perfectly. I am checking this out.

I wrote a comment on your most impressive "TEA" post.I forgot to mention how pretty your tree and chandy looked. You home has a look of warmth and elegance. A place where loved ones love to gather.

I hope you are feeling better soon. Christmas is NO time to be ill. My hubs is down with a cold and I am sleeping in the guest room. I just can't be sick. My poor hubs.

Lots of hugs, Jeanne

mississippi artist said...

If I wasn't working today, I would be in the kitchen making fudge!I would love a piece or three right this minute!I Love it when the fudge turns grainy,it may be all in my head but I think it tastes better.

Wedding Supplier said...

what is sweet posting. yummy

Kim Shook said...

Yep, that's my recipe, too! I got it from my Aunt San - rich, smooth and creamy. The benchmark of fudge! I sometimes play around with it a little - different chocolate (one year I did it with Cadbury Milk - dreamy, but EXPENSIVE), add-ins, nuts. I make one especially for Mike with dark chocolate, dried cherries and slivered almonds. You can't go wrong with that base.