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"This is a very good pie. I baked it at 400 but wish I had followed other reviewer's advice and turned it down to 350 after putting the pie in the oven. It was too brown on top and the crust also. It is a good recipe, however, and tastes delicious."
"This is ok, but it's not the original See's fudge recipe. I got the recipe in 1962 while living in Los Angeles. It has 2 sticks butter, 4 1/2 cups sugar, 2 jar marshmallow cream, 1 can evap. milk, tablespoon vanilla, 2 cups nuts and 2 cups chocolate chips. I'm not saying this is a bad recipe, it's pretty good, but butter makes it richer."
"LeeAnn is correct. this is the original See's Recipe. I lived in Los Angeles, where Mary
See started making her fudge and my mother had the recipe in the 1940's. There is 1/2 pound of butter in See's recipe, not 2 TBSP; and no margarine!!! This recipe is exact. I am 69 years old and have a very worn out recipe card that I cherish."
"YOU ARE RIGHT!!! 1/2 cup lemon juice is WAY to much juice. One lemon is fine, not 1/2 cup juice. Too bad the recipe is wrong, this is delicious when switching the wine/lemon."
"I don't understand not using celery. This completes the recipe and gives it the 'crunch'
it needs. I have made this for years and it's still requested whenever there is a get-together, even
though I would enjoy bringing something else for a change. The people insist!!"
"I am a little disappointed after reading all the reviews. To me this tasted like box cake with strawberries and cool whip on the top. Perhaps, I was expecting too much, but the reviews made it sound wonderful.My husband said it was "ok" and I thought it was good, but I will make another strawberry cake for company.I usually make cakes from s..."