A Classic Christmas

Did you ever notice how anything you write can be like a coin toss? I mean chances are there is going to be at least one person to come along and disagree with everything you said, and/or claim you don’t know what you are talking about on the subject.

I recently discovered how recipes online can spark similar reactions. There is inevitably someone who didn’t like it, failed, or just inserted all their own ingredients to change the whole thing. But that was not the recipe.

So I found a prefect unhappy specimen on a recipe for a classic Christmas fudge. A pretty safe bet for a recipe, you would think. Nope.

Along comes a dissatisfied reviewer asking, “what kind of a recipe is this?” just for openers. Then she went on to describe the ingredients were all wrong and nothing blended together right. It was a horrible sloppy mess of garbage goo, she exclaimed.(paraphrased)

So I thought of the perfect response to accompany all the criticism:

Oh dear. Well, obviously, the real trick is to never even attempt this recipe unless you are in the Christmas Spirit because it absolutely will not work.

I hope that helps some. But if not, you might try bobbing for apples instead….without the apples. Have a great Holiday anyway!

Right Ring | Bullright

4 comments on “A Classic Christmas

  1. drrik says:

    Here ya go:
    Mix: 3c semisweet chocolate chips
    14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
    1/4 c butter
    Zap in microwave until chips melted, 3-5 minutes. Stir once or twice while cooking
    (Can also be done in saucepan on stove)
    Stir in 1 cup chopped nuts.
    Pour into greased 8×8 glass baking dish
    Refrigerate till set.
    Find something to complain about in that!

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    • Bullright says:

      Yeah thanks!…… but someone would. LOL “It’s too easy…. that’s not a real recipe. I have an allergy to nuts and milk products don’t work with me. Can’t I do it without the chocolate?” 🙂

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  2. drrik says:

    Substitute for sweetened condensed milk:
    2 eggs.
    1 cup brown sugar.
    1 teaspoon vanilla.
    2 tablespoons flour.
    1/2 teaspoon baking powder.
    1/4 teaspoon salt.

    And carob chips for the chocolate.
    Just make sure it’s eggs from free-range chicken and carob that wasn’t grown by exploited indigenous labor.
    Almond flour for the intolerant
    I can do this all day.

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