March 29, 2011
wedding cake fudge unveiled by Burnham-On-Sea fudgemaker
Burnham-On-Sea fudge maker is celebrating the wedding of Prince
William and Kate Middleton by making a very special batch of fudge.
Jonathan Walter, pictured, is well known for his fudge-making
skills, having run a shop in the town's High Street for several
has created his most special product yet - a Royal wedding cake
Jonathan told Burnham-On-Sea.com this week: "Its proved
to be the trickiest flavour fudge Ive ever made, there are
so many ingredients."
include black treacle, currents, sultanas, cherries, mixed peel,
almonds, nutmeg and brandy."
the fudge has cooled I ice each chunk by hand to ensure it looks
and tastes like pieces of wedding cake."
takes six hours in total to make but, judging from the interest
I have had already, it has been worth it."
who trades as Mister Fudge, will be sending a gift-wrapped box
of the fudges to St James Palace as a special gift for William
Burnham resident Teresa Edward-Larner, pictured, was one of the
first customers to try the new fudge.
She told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "I was shocked by how much it
tastes just like a piece of wedding cake! Its always good
to see something being made by hand, especially when you can eat
residents can buy the fudge at Sea Breeze in Victoria Street,
opposite the Ritz Cinema, or drop in at Jonathan's shop in Cheddar.
A donation to charity will also be made from the profits of the
fudge sold on Jonathan's website here.