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Snack Swap #9: Canada to Germany

My second Swap Partner this time was fightfightfree from Canada. Sorry, no picture of the box itself, only of the yummy treats inside! :-)

the whole haul

Crispers! I LOVE those - they will be gone way too fast once I open the bag! teehee... The tea looks very intriguing and will be very welcome in the cold days to come.

I requested a couple of maple items, because I love anything maple. Those cookies are awesome! And the maple sugars are really yummy, too! The Werthers made me chuckle, because if i'm not mistaken, those caramels are originally from Germany. I mentioned to my boyfriend how decadent we are: We import German Caramels from Canada to Germany! *giggles*
I love the maple leaf shaped Lollies, I almost don't want to eat them because they are so pretty.
I need your help with the Brown Sugar Fudge, though. This is something I don't know - how do I eat it? Like candy? According to the ingredients it seems to be really sweet. Or do I use it in baking? Sorry if this question is dumb - but I simply don't know Fudge.

Nerds! Oh my gosh, I love Nerds!!!! More candy I will share with my collueges at work - they are in for a treat! I haven't had Fun Dip since I was a child - I used to love it and I will greatly enjoy eating it!



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Oct. 8th, 2010 08:25 pm (UTC)
Eat fudge. If it's GOOD fudge, you will get addicted.

Oct. 9th, 2010 01:13 am (UTC)
Yes! Fudge is to be crammed into the mouth and eyes rolled back in pleasure, moans and murmurs to taste.

But I do like the suggestion that it might be treated like marzipan, as some sort of cooking ingredient. A handy way to package sugar, perhaps!

There's a place in Darling Harbour where they make fudge of various flavours. The stall in a busy mall is the actual kitchen. Bubbling pots are spread out on large marble slabs and rolled, folded, pummelled into shape. Then cut up, packaged and sold. There is always a crowd of people looking on, salivating, as the fudgebuilder works.
Oct. 14th, 2010 04:58 am (UTC)
Thanks for the explanation! Well - the fudge is all gone by now. I was pretty much under sugar shock afterwards,but gosh - it was good! :-) I did use it to sweeten my coffee; that actually works well. There wasn't any left to try the baking theory, though.
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