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IceMilk Aprons was featured today in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution as part of the Southern Recipe Restoration Project.

Let me start by saying, what a true honor to be featured as part of this wonderful project. The Southern Recipe Restoration Project includes a panel of renown chefs and is rooted in the belief that the heirloom recipes of Southern mothers, grandmothers, great-grandmothers and on should be preserved, captured and shared for generations to come. A project after my own heart!

Click here to read the full AJC article which profiles the story of me & my Grandmother Cele Marcoux and shares three of her beloved recipes: Frozen Lime-Mint Salad, Copycat Fudge Sauce, and Calypso Pie.

Thank you to dear Susan Puckett who spent a great deal of time with me, hearing my story, getting all the nuances and for her appreciation for this great project and the wonderful heirloom Southern recipes preserved for years to come!

copycat-chocolate-fudge-sauceAs the holiday season grows nearer every day, I decided this weekend to make a large batch of this treasured family recipe – Copycat Chocolate Fudge Sauce.

I quadrupled (yes, 4x!) the recipe and poured the sauce into small mason jars and stored in the fridge – with the intent in sharing this wonderful treat with friends during the holiday season.  Homemade desserts make the perfect hostess gift when you’re invited to a dinner party or when needing gifts for special people in your day. Include a recipe card for an extra-special treat so they may enjoy the sauce long after its gone! Enjoy!

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