OMG! I Made A Mistake! This is what I thought when I actually open this book to the first fudge picture, I was hooked. The cover looked harmless enough, it looked like the department store fudge. But once the authors gets inside his book you are shown the real stuff. REAL FUDGE. You are romanced with the history of Fudge which contained no chocolate and called "tablet" in recipes from 1886. Then you learn how to make true Fudge. It is a long and involved process reminiscent of the Japanese Tea Ceremonial. But the end result is magic, many readers probably never had real Fudge. This is rare information. Fortunately for the rest of us, The authors show easier and simpler ways to make Fudge, in fact a few pages later the author has us throwing some stuff in a bowl and putting it in the microwave. Following the rules of the master Fudge makers with today's cooking methods we can produce a winner. I remember my grandmother making the true Fudge, dropping tiny bits in a cup of water to see if balls. Everyone should use this guide and make true Fudge at least once in your lifetime. Loan a copy of great little Fudge book to a friend. Real Fudge is an endangered species!