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    I made Oreo fudge on the weekend - OMG, so good!

    Question for those who've made fudge - once it's set in the fridge and you've cut it all up, do you store it in the fridge or in the pantry?

    I've been keeping mine in the fridge, but I suspect it might be nicer (especially in winter) if it was stored at room temperature in an airtight container. Not sure if it's okay to do this though, so I'm playing it safe and keeping it refrigerated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    I made Oreo fudge on the weekend - OMG, so good!

    Question for those who've made fudge - once it's set in the fridge and you've cut it all up, do you store it in the fridge or in the pantry?

    I've been keeping mine in the fridge, but I suspect it might be nicer (especially in winter) if it was stored at room temperature in an airtight container. Not sure if it's okay to do this though, so I'm playing it safe and keeping it refrigerated.
    I'm a bit late the party but any who - I find the slow cooker fudge gets melted very easily. I store mine in the freezer and just eat it still frozen

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    About to put a corned beef on in mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    About to put a corned beef on in mine
    Scratch that. No corned beef in the freezer

    So roast lamb it is.

    Really felt like corned beef with white sauce and cabbage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    I'm a bit late the party but any who - I find the slow cooker fudge gets melted very easily. I store mine in the freezer and just eat it still frozen
    Thanks! I ended up keeping it in the fridge and it kept well.

    I'm making red curry beef today

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Scratch that. No corned beef in the freezer

    So roast lamb it is.

    Really felt like corned beef with white sauce and cabbage.
    Scratch that. Talked hubby into buying me a corned beef to cook after church...

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    This is an addition to this thread mixed with a vent. Decided to try a lamb shanks recipe from the SCC book 1. It said 4 hours on high then 2 on low. Well I've got news for them I'm sitting at around 8.5 on high and it's not quite done. Dinner was a fail and the recipe was.... Awful in my opinion. What a waste of meat, effort and anticipation all day. Even after adding a little of this and a little of that trying to improve the flavour. Its now 915 and this is still in my slow cooker in an attempt to save it.


 

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