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Shops with the Best Homemade Fudge in New England?

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I'm a chocoholic requesting the "best of the best" homemade fudge shops anywhere in New England. Thanks! [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 6/25/09 by JH)


CM wrote:
It's a small hole-in-the-wall on the South Shore, but the Egypt Country Store in Scituate has the most amazing fudge ever. They also sell it at a lot of fairs/shows around MA.
(Posted on 6/25/09)

DD wrote:
Aunt Leah's Fudge in Nantucket. Every time my family comes to visit me, I have them bring at least a pound.
(Posted on 6/25/09)

Wil Porter wrote:
Pure Chocolate in Quincy Ma
Single Malt Scotch Truffle
A smoky Single Malt Scotch is blended with a fine bittersweet chocolate to produce a ganache center that really astounded us. and !!
Rich creamy Belgian chocolate pecan turtles made with Samuel Adams Lager!
The chocolate, the caramel, the peanut and the potato unite to make an irresistible force that will have you begging for more. There’s nothing like it, and there's surely never enough of it!
(Posted on 9/14/09) wrote:
A friend always requests fudge from Turners fudge on the wharf in Provincetown. Our taste was excellent.
(Posted on 9/14/09)

modbetty wrote:
I am partial to the penuche at Russo's in Saugus, but will be forever saddened that their quaint Route 1 location is gone.
Just did a piece on Nichol's Candies in Gloucester for Retro Roadmap, their penuche disappeared pretty quickly as well!
(Posted on 9/14/09)

mclaughlinlives wrote:
The Mill Ice cream and Fudge Factory in Bristol NH.
I don't normally like fudge, but I love theirs.
(Posted on 7/25/10)

ka wrote:
Murdick's in Edgartown on Martha's Vineyard! Not a big fudge person, but this place is hard to resist.
(Posted on 7/13/11)

MM wrote:
Blocks of Fudge
Block Island, RI
(Posted on 7/13/11)

sjs wrote:
Winfreys on Rt. 28 in Stoneham
(Posted on 7/13/11)


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