N a n c y C a m p b e l l
One Hundred Memory-Builders for
1. From the _______ comes the chocolate food of lovers.
2. The _______ viewed the cacao beans as an aphrodisac.
3. In 1502 _______ presented cacao beans to the King and Queen of Spain.
4. West Africa produces _______ % of the world's supply of cacao.
5._______ comes in many forms --- cocoa powder, unsweetened, semisweet, and milk.
6. _______ drank 50 cups daily of cocoa called Xocaltl.
7. After roasting the cacao beans, the nibs are ground into _______.
8. In 1847 _______ added sugar, chocolate liquor, and cocoa butter to produce chocolate.
9. America's favorite candy is _______.
10. Lee Edwards Benning wrote the best selling _______.
11. The first Mackinaw City fudgemaker website was _______.
12. Old fashion fudge making can be seen at _______.
13. _______ is famous for chips of fudge in ice cream.
14. Murdick's Fudge Kitchen uses the original _______ recipe.
15. Original marble slab fudge must be corrected for temperature and _______.
16. Jim Garrahy's Fudge Kitchens make fudge by _______ it on a marble slab.
17. Irma Rombaurer in the _______ exaults the virtues of fudge.
18. Recent USDA research suggests that high grade chocolate in fudge helps replace monthly loss of _______.
19. The chocolate in fudge makes beneficial _______.
20. The most famous First Lady who promoted fudge was _______.
21. Nancy Reagan served a delicious chocolate fudge _______.
22. An 1890 name for fudge was _______.
23. In 1892 Emelyn B. Hartridge made fudge at _______.
24. _______ was the name Great Britain gave Americana fudge in 1920.
25. Sugar and cream Fudge originated as _______ fudge.
26. Marshmallow Cream Fudge is famous as _______ fudge.
27. Sherbert is to ice cream as _______ is to candy.
28. Most commercial fudges are not as nutritious as _______.
29. The Mackinac Island Chamber of Commerce promotes the _______.
30. A favorite exotic fudge is _______.
31. _______ Master Fudge Recipes are now available for the home.
32. _______ Fudge is the summer fudgies favorite candy.
33. The history of Mackinac Island fudgemaking can be found in ________.
34. _____ is the 2001 author of FUDGE: Mackinac's Sweet Souvenir.
35.________ is the web site for ordering Phil Porter's Mackinac fudge classic work.
36. _______ is the publisher of FUDGE: Mackinac Islands Sweet Souvenir.
37. Indian _______ was bottled and sold to Mackinac Island's first tourists.
38. _______ were the first popular souvenirs on Mackinac Island.
39. _______ opened the first fudge shop on Mackinac Island.
40. Newton Jerome Murdick's nickname was _______.
41. Murdick's Candy Kitchen opened on the Island in _______.
42. Ferguson's 1910 Candy Kitchen included salt water candy and _______ Kisses.
43. _______ advertised "spotless kitchens" as their signature.
44. _______ went to work for Murdick's Candy Kitchen in 1930.
45. _______ built a reputation for fine candies on Mackinac Island.
46. _______ learned the candy trade as an apprentice to Harold & Ethyl May.
47. Marvin May bested _______ in a copyright infringement case.
48. _______ opened a 1940 candy store in the famous Murray Hotel.
49. May's Candy Shop's slogan is _______.
50. Murdick's Candy Kitchen slogan is _______.
51. "Nice quality candy" was made by Selma Dufina in the ________.
52. _______ rationing of sugar forced most candy makers out of business.
53. _______ opened the newest candy shop on Mackinac Island in 1945.
54. Selma's Home Made Candy on the Island was housed in the _______.
55. _______ opened Marshall's Driftwood Fudge in 1952.
56. Jim Marshall learned the art of making candy from the _______ family.
57. Marshall's Mackinac Trail Fudge was the first candy making store in _______.
58. In 1955 _______ first started selling fudge at the Michigan State Fair.
59. _______ printed "Ryba's Mackinac Island Fudgie" on pink pins.
60. Ryba's Mackinac Island Fudge Ice Cream is a best seller in the _______ market.
61. _______, an Island promoter, first applied "mass selling psychology".
62. _______ was named after Joan Nephew.
63. The only US President to buy fudge on Mackinac Island was _______.
64. _______ Chocolates has a fudge franchise in Japan.
65. The web site, www.murdicks.com, features a Sing Along _______ Song
66. Since _______ Murdick's Fudge has sold fudge on Martha's Vineyard.
67. The founder of Murdick's Fudge was _______.
68. As a young man, Jim Marshall learned the fudgemaking trade from _______.
69. _______ wrote ... "Biting into this enticing delight conjures up unforgetable memories from my childhood to the present".
70. Ryba.com web site has featured a summer _______.
71. Besides making delicious fudge, Ryba's Fudge Shops makes _________.
72. For years Metro Detroiters have bought Ryba Fudge at the _______.
73.MackinacFudge.Net is a company specializing in _______ sales.
74. Somewhere In Time _______ was the inspiration for MackinacFudge.Net.
75. _______is featured on MackinacFudge.Net advertisements.
76. In 1947 Don and Katy Kilwin open a speciality store in _______ Michigan
77. Kilwin's Chocolate and Ice Cream offers _______ licensing to entrepreneurs.
78. Kilwin's Chocolate and Ice Cream sells _______.
79. The founder of Alices Kandy and Korn in 1951 was _______.
80. Besides fudge, jams, and toppings, Alices makes a variety of candy _______.
81. The current owners of Alice's Kandy and Korn
82. 15th Century ________ were the first to make sweet candy.
83. Murray's Hotel Fudge Co. can be found at _______.
84. Murray's Hotel Fudge Co. specializes in budget _______.
85. ________ wrote ... "this sweet candy brings back fond memories of warm summer nights with family and friends."
86. Joann's Fudge site recommends _______ fudge for long term storage.
87. Joann's Fudge is sold in Mackinaw City and _______.
88. Zak's Fudge of St. Ignace is a _______ property.
89. McClellan Properties manufacturers literally tons of fudge in ______ .
90. McClellan Properties first fudge store was in ________.
91. ________ wrote ... "it's seduction by the bite. A nibble coaxes the mouth to crave more."
92. Fortfudge.com candy is a _______ product.
93. Fortfudge.com is owned by the _______.
94. Gamesbygrube.com publishes _______ for elementary schools.
95. Games By Grube was founded in 1984 at _______ Ontario.
96. ________ wrote ... "it's rich creamy texture; the wonderful flavor melting in your mouth;"
97. _______ offers beautiful Christmas tins for fudge and candy.
98. _____ was first used before sugar was invented in making sweet goods.
99. A St. Louis fudgie winner of the "I love Mackinac Island Fudge because ... " contest was _______.
100. The author and publisher of Mackinac Island Fudge Trivia is _______.
1/2 C. milk 1/2 C. butter 1/2 C. brown sugar 1/2 C. granulated sugar 1/8 tsp. salt 1 tsp. vanilla extract 2 C. confectionersí sugar 1/2 C. nuts (optional) Mix milk, butter, brown sugar, granulated sugar and salt in heavy pan. Cook at medium heat until boiling. Boil exactly 6 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and add vanilla extract and confectionersí sugar. Beat with mixer until smooth and thick. Add nuts, if desired. Pour into a buttered pan and freeze 20 minutes. Cut into pieces. Makes approximately 1 pound of fudge. Peanut Butter Mackinac Island Fudge Reduce butter to 1/4 cup and add 1/2 cup peanut butter. Chocolate Mackinac Island Fudge Use basic recipe, adding 1/2 cup cocoa with the confectionersí sugar. .
Reference: Lee Benning's Oh Fudge: A Celebration of America's Favorite Candy
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