fudge town cookies

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2005/11/25 13:48:12 (permalink)

fudge town cookies

Does anybody out there remember Fudge Town Cookies. They were clover shaped cookies with a hole in the center. I remember there was a cartoon cowboy on the box. WOW. I used to love those.
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    Diner-Lover
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    RE: fudge town cookies 2005/11/25 14:02:53 (permalink)
    I sure do, Memphis! They were made by Burry's and there's a good thread in this forum discussing Fudge Town and other Burry cookies if you'd like to reminisce some more:


    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3030
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    memphis
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    RE: fudge town cookies 2005/11/25 14:15:36 (permalink)
    Thanks Diner Lover. Made my day.
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    octopus
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    RE: fudge town cookies 2005/11/28 15:41:24 (permalink)
    Archway just came out with a double fudge cookie, not the same as Fudgetown but not bad.
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    RE: fudge town cookies 2005/12/12 10:31:11 (permalink)
    If your grocery store carries Dare brand cookies from Canada, their fudge sandwich cookies are a good approximation of what I remember Fudgetowns being like. The shape is not exactly the same but similar; they even have the hole in the center, but just on one side. Dare makes other good sandwich cookies too, like maple, lemon and coconut.
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    Ginger9708
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    RE: fudge town cookies 2005/12/13 10:11:16 (permalink)
    yes I have also had the cookies from Dare and they are very good, similar to fudgetown. I buy them every so often in A&P
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    RE: fudge town cookies 2010/05/16 18:52:09 (permalink)
    Fudge Town Cookies are reincarnated as "Mother's Double Fudge". They taste exactly the same. You can get them by ordering it in the grocery section of Amazon.
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