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    ... infidelity led to their divorce just a year later. As Ava put it, "He went through the ladies like a hot knife through fudge," 3/15 SLIDES © Purpleclover.com

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    "She put caramel fudge all over my fingers, all over my costume, and she was about to feed it to me, but I woke up. I woke up with a spoon in my mouth."

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    The three-tiered wedding cake featured red velvet, chocolate fudge and vanilla. Dickinson took ET along as she shopped for her wedding dress, ...

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    Fudge Professional is a cult hair brand that fuses energy and experimentation with individuality and an effortless ethos. Having written the maverick professional ...

  • Fudge Recipes - Allrecipes.com

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    Chocolate fudge, peanut butter fudge, fudge with nuts, fudge with swirls—more top recipes than your fudgiest dreams allow.

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    This easy chocolate fudge recipe made with sweetened condensed milk is perfect for the holidays.

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    Treat yourself and indulge in decadent chocolate fudge with recipes from the expert chefs at Food Network.

  • Fudge - Wikipedia

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    Fudge is a type of confectionery which is made by mixing sugar, butter and milk, heating it to the soft-ball stage at 240 °F (116 °C), and then beating ...

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