TASTE THE TRADITION!
Northern Michigan is home to some truly historic sites, especially on Mackinac Island. There, a special breed of fudge was born and that tradition is still carried on to this day. What makes it so special? I can’t say. All I can tell you is that when we went to visit relatives when I was a kid, I remember tasting fudge from there and in the eons of time that have elapsed since then (we’re talking a looooooooooooong time ago, kids) I still remember the way it tasted. And while I’ve had lots of good fudge in my life, none has ever quite topped my memory of the fudge from here.
So as I was perusing recipes while the kids tried their best not to kill each other, I jumped up with joy. I must have screamed loud because the two of them stopped in their tracks and froze. I should have known they were up to something awful then (I’d later discover a marker-scribbled mess on the wall in the hallway) but I was too excited by what I’d found. It’s a recipe for Mackinac fudge. I had to go try it immediately and I recommend you do, too, because this tastes just like my memories. Ah, memories! Let’s go to the next page (click the Next button below) to discover how to make Mackinac Fudge.