Spotlight Recipe

Emma Stone's Fantasy Fudge

Emma Stone's Fantasy Fudge

Fantasy Fudge

3 cups white sugar

¾ cup margarine

⅔ cup evaporated milk

1 package chocolate chips

1 jar (7oz) marshmallow creme

1 cup chopped walnuts

1 tsp. vanilla extract

Combine sugar, margarine, and evaporated milk in a large saucepan over medium heat. Boil for five minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and stir in chocolate chips. Beat in marshmallow creme, walnuts, and vanilla extract. Transfer fudge to a greased 9”x13” pan. Cool before cutting into squares.

Emma Stone was born November 6, 1988, in Scottsdale, AZ. She began acting at age 11 and was involved in numerous youth theatre productions. She convinced her mom to move to Los Angeles with her to pursue an acting career, often standing out for her signature raspy voice. She has starred in many films, including Superbad, The House Bunny, The Amazing Spider-Man, and Cruella. She has won numerous awards, including an Academy Award and Golden Globe Award. In 2017, she was the world’s highest-paid actress and named by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

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Coffee Filters

Coffee Filters

 Because they don’t leave lint behind, coffee filters can be an excellent tool for cleaning windows and polishing mirrors, appliances, faucets, and your reading glasses. Coffee filters can be used as a handy snack bowl, stacked between plates to prevent chipping and scratching, and placed over food when microwaved to avoid splatters. You can also fill a coffee filter with baking soda, twist-tie it shut, and set this homemade air freshener in shoes, clothing drawers, the fridge, or wherever it’s needed.

Printing Quiz

When your printer mentions a jacket, what they really mean is:

  • A protective garment covering for the upper body
  • The skin of a baked potato
  • A detachable, protective paper cover on a book

A printed paper overlay that wraps around the cover of a book is called a jacket. 

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