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November 07, 2007

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Siobhan

This recipe calls for a quote from a great man - "Mmmm... sacrilicious...." (Homer Simpson) :-)

Meeta

This is a sin!! It looks too good and I really love the Kahlua in the brownies.

Cheryl

Living not too far from the Jersey shore where fudge is a staple I was wowed by your display. These look so much more richer and delicious than any I have seen on display.

Kieran

Wow! That was fast! Well done. I'm delighted it turned out well for you...

peabody

Chocolate over load...I love it.

Muffin

That fudge looks so perfect. I can almost feel its creaminess on my tongue just by looking at the picture!

NO FAIR! *smile*

Lydia

That looks too good to eat -- no, it doesn't, it looks too good not to eat! Yum.

Sarah

I've seen and I believe.... So, to quote a famous baker... "Where's mine?"

Laura

You're getting the Kahlua brownies tonight Sarah!

Sarah

Aaaaahhhh yippee!!! You're a STAR!!!

Aimee

Wow, looks amazing! How long will it keep, do you think (provided no one finds my stash and inhales it all!)?

brilynn

That looks delicious, I want a huge, sweet bite!

Sarah

I can confirm that these were little melting pieces of heaven...

Jen

the brownies are like a religious experience for the chocolate lover. I have been saved.

Grainne

Well I bought the thermometer so I really have to try and make that fudge - it looks fab.

Lynn

Oh, my! That fudge and the brownies look like a serious diet killer. Who could resist? Who could choose? I think both, please.

mayhwee

hello! would love to know if i can omit the kahlua n make e normal version? thanks!(:

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A definite Chocolate overload, looks so yummy!

Ben

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