“Can I Have a Copy of Your Fudge Recipe?” “Over my Dead Body!”

Dr. Wade Andrews felt that his long, rich life could only be summed up by his wife’s fudge recipe. In fact, he wanted to make sure the recipe was saved for posterity so he had the recipe engraved on his tombstone in the the Logan (Utah) City Cemetery.

Yes, it really is “etched in stone.”

You can click on the above image to view a larger (and easier to read) version.

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Chocolate is a food group! Thanks for all you do.

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