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Nutella Fudge
Ingredients:1/2 cup butter1/2 whole milk 1 1/2 cups light brown sugar1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla1 cup Nutella2 1/2 cups – 2 3/4 cups confectioner’s sugar
Directions:Grease an 8×8 pan. Place the confectioner’s sugar in a mixing bowl and set aside.
Melt butter over medium low heat. Add the milk and light brown sugar. Bring to a boil over medium heat and then boil for about 2 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove the pan from the heat and quickly add the vanilla and Nutella. Stir until the Nutella is melted.
Carefully pour the hot Nutella mixture over the confectioner’s sugar and mix quickly until completely combined. Once everything comes together, it will set pretty fast. Pour/scoop the fudge into your greased 8×8 pan. Press the fudge into the pan, if needed. Chill for 2 hours.
*One of my personal favorites. The fudge does turn out a bit gooey in consistancy (which is how I like mine) but if you prefer it a little more hard and solid try adding a little bit more powdered sugar.
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starkassembled:

vonreiter:

youarenotyou:

oooeygooeygoodness:

Nutella Fudge
Ingredients:1/2 cup butter1/2 whole milk 1 1/2 cups light brown sugar1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla1 cup Nutella2 1/2 cups – 2 3/4 cups confectioner’s sugar
Directions:Grease an 8×8 pan. Place the confectioner’s sugar in a mixing bowl and set aside.
Melt butter over medium low heat. Add the milk and light brown sugar. Bring to a boil over medium heat and then boil for about 2 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove the pan from the heat and quickly add the vanilla and Nutella. Stir until the Nutella is melted.
Carefully pour the hot Nutella mixture over the confectioner’s sugar and mix quickly until completely combined. Once everything comes together, it will set pretty fast. Pour/scoop the fudge into your greased 8×8 pan. Press the fudge into the pan, if needed. Chill for 2 hours.
*One of my personal favorites. The fudge does turn out a bit gooey in consistancy (which is how I like mine) but if you prefer it a little more hard and solid try adding a little bit more powdered sugar.
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Dear lord…

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starkassembled:

vonreiter:

youarenotyou:

oooeygooeygoodness:

Nutella Fudge

Ingredients:
1/2 cup butter
1/2 whole milk
1 1/2 cups light brown sugar
1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla
1 cup Nutella
2 1/2 cups – 2 3/4 cups confectioner’s sugar


Directions:
Grease an 8×8 pan. Place the confectioner’s sugar in a mixing bowl and set aside.

Melt butter over medium low heat. Add the milk and light brown sugar. Bring to a boil over medium heat and then boil for about 2 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove the pan from the heat and quickly add the vanilla and Nutella. Stir until the Nutella is melted.

Carefully pour the hot Nutella mixture over the confectioner’s sugar and mix quickly until completely combined. Once everything comes together, it will set pretty fast. Pour/scoop the fudge into your greased 8×8 pan. Press the fudge into the pan, if needed. Chill for 2 hours.

*One of my personal favorites. The fudge does turn out a bit gooey in consistancy (which is how I like mine) but if you prefer it a little more hard and solid try adding a little bit more powdered sugar.

Source: Mine!!

actually crying

Dear lord…

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“Wouldn’t you say,” she asked, “that killings like this are influenced by violent movies?” No, I said, I wouldn’t say that. “But what about ‘Basketball Diaries’?” she asked. “Doesn’t that have a scene of a boy walking into a school with a machine gun?” The obscure 1995 Leonardo Di Caprio movie did indeed have a brief fantasy scene of that nature, I said, but the movie failed at the box office (it grossed only $2.5 million), and it’s unlikely the Columbine killers saw it.
The reporter looked disappointed, so I offered her my theory. “Events like this,” I said, “if they are influenced by anything, are influenced by news programs like your own. When an unbalanced kid walks into a school and starts shooting, it becomes a major media event. Cable news drops ordinary programming and goes around the clock with it. The story is assigned a logo and a theme song; these two kids were packaged as the Trench Coat Mafia. The message is clear to other disturbed kids around the country: If I shoot up my school, I can be famous. The TV will talk about nothing else but me. Experts will try to figure out what I was thinking. The kids and teachers at school will see they shouldn’t have messed with me. I’ll go out in a blaze of glory.”

In short, I said, events like Columbine are influenced far less by violent movies than by CNN, the NBC Nightly News and all the other news media, who glorify the killers in the guise of “explaining” them. I commended the policy at the Sun-Times, where our editor said the paper would no longer feature school killings on Page 1. The reporter thanked me and turned off the camera. Of course the interview was never used. They found plenty of talking heads to condemn violent movies, and everybody was happy.

Roger Ebert (via girlgoesgrrr)

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We applaud the creation of a bomb whose sole purpose is to destroy all of mankind, and we grow up watching our president’s brains splattered all over Texas. Times have not become more violent. They have just become more televised. Does anyone think the Civil War was the least bit civil? If television had existed, you could be sure they would have been there to cover it, or maybe even participate in it, like their violent car chase of Princess Di. Disgusting vultures looking for corpses, exploiting, fucking, filming and serving it up for our hungry appetites in a gluttonous display of endless human stupidity.
Marilyn Manson, “Whose Fault Is It?” (Rolling Stone, 1999)

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