Goat’s Milk Fudge (Sep, 1953)

Goat’s Milk Fudge

WHEN E. D. DeWitt retired to Florida in 1948, he had “no intention of going into business. He liked goat’s milk so he bought three Nubian nannies. One day, just for the heckuvit, he made some fudge from the milk. It tasted good, so he put up a sign, advertising it. Now tourists buy it up as fast as he makes it.

7 comments
  1. Chris Radcliff says: April 20, 20097:43 pm

    … the end. Tune in next week for another thrilling episode of Goat Milk Theater.

  2. Rick Auricchio says: April 20, 20098:01 pm

    My new band will be called “Goat’s Milk Fudge.” Can’t resist that name.

  3. Torgo says: April 20, 20099:49 pm

    Mechanix Illustrated. Goat’s Milk Fudge. The two just go together.

  4. Fudge Recipe says: April 23, 20091:43 am

    Goat’s milk fudge and Nubian Nannies…need I say more??

  5. Dave says: April 25, 200910:39 pm

    Why does that first photo make me think of Robert Crumb?

  6. KHarn says: April 26, 20096:23 pm

    It’s still sold here. I haven’t done a comparison test against cow-milk fudge, but it’s just as good.
    My brother used to be alergic to cow milk, so we got goat milk from the local dairy (Back when they delivered to your door). He got used to cow milk after a few years.

  7. Toronto says: April 26, 20097:00 pm

    That’s not Crumb, it’s Grampa Simpson!

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