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Fudge – not potato though; that would be too weird.

December 6, 2011

OK, so this isn’t a potato recipe. It was the first  of this season’s late night Christmas shopping evenings today and the town was buzzing – lots of stalls with things to buy, no room for traffic in the main street,  but room for people, musicians, street entertainers and lots of food – stalls everywhere  – ranging from miso soup to pork burgers.  Arlo and I ate noodles with bean shoots – very tasty – and vegetable spring rolls – really, really nice and very cheap too. Back to the photo. We made the fudge at the weekend – just sugar and cream. It’s a bit grainy because we didn’t use quite enough  cream – the recipe said single cream but we used double which might have been part of the problem – and so the sugar didn’t dissolve properly. Tastes nice though and the plate’s a Dartington pottery plate – before they sold out and moved to Grayshot (that’s another story).

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