A Grandma Etched Her Fudge Recipe on Her Headstone, and It's Just as Sweet as She Was
It isn't every day that you see a recipe engraved on a headstone, but Utah grandma Kay Andrews wanted to make sure her memory lived on far beyond her full 97 years. The stone that marks Kay's grave displays a delicious fudge recipe that is reflective of its creator's sweet personality. As someone who was known for being extremely generous, Kay asked that her signature recipe be etched within granite for all to see. Kay's fudge is creamy, rich, and truffle-like. Like life itself, it's something to be savored. Dark chocolate works best. Slowly combine milk with butter and chocolate. Marble helps . . .