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Presidential Recipes: Food Fit For a World Leader!

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Presidential Recipes: Food Fit For a World Leader!

This Presidents’ Day, as we honor those who’ve led our country, why not celebrate by eating like a president? Here are a few recipes that former Commanders in Chief have enjoyed:

Eisenhower Fudge
4-1/2 cups granulated sugar
2 tablespoons butter
1 can evaporated milk
A pinch of salt
12 oz. semi-sweet chocolate or chocolate bits
12 oz. German sweet chocolate
1 pint marshmallow cream
2 cups nutmeats, chopped

After boiling first ingredients for 6 minutes, or until a soft ball forms, 232° F, pour boiling syrup over ingredients in bowl, beat until chocolate melts. Pour into buttered pan. Let stand a few hours before cutting into squares.

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1 TRacey macpherson { 02.16.15 at 2:09 pm }

i like that your friend tracey

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