“See’s Fudge” and 2 Marys
Made this for Mary’s going-away party; got the recipe from my own Granny Mary.
It was a big hit at the party, where I drank way too much because I was so happy to be making new friends and getting along and being liked, etc., etc. Then the next morning I woke up still wearing all my clothes, with the cell phone the my pocket and everything–a brutal hangover–and I had to have Kevin help me fill in some details from the night before.
Ah, well, but, this is how we learn, right? Except that I have maybe done the same thing twice this week (getting too excited about new friendships/possibilities and forgetting to count how many drinks I swallow). My new thing is no longer feeling like a social pariah. Anyways, Fudge:
“See’s Fudge (from Great Grandma Jennie Nielsen
-1Stick chopped margarine. That means, 1/4 lb. I use Butter.
-1 cup chopped nuts (I skipped this part, because Mary’s allergic and because ew, gross)
-16 oz package choc chips
-2 cups white sugar
-1/2 can condensed milk (reg. canned milk)
-10 large marshmellows (Granny uses 15, I used mini)
Bring butter, sugar, and condensed milk to a boil over medium heat in a medium saucepan medium saucepan. Boil for 5 minutes, stirring CONSTANTLY.
Pour into a buttered glass baking dish or a foil-lined metal baking dish.
Refridgerate for at least 2 hours.
When set up, cut into squares or roll into balls and dip in melted chocolate.