N a n c y C a m p b e l l OFFICIAL RULES AND REGULATIONS
OFFICIAL RULES AND REGULATIONS
Definition: Mackinac Island Fudge Trivia is a two player standard checkers game written for true fudgies.
Object: The object of the game is to capture all your opponent's checkers or block them so they cannot be moved.
Checkers Movement: Checkers always move diagonally, one square at a time, toward the other player's side of the checkerboard.
Capturing: You capture an opponent's checker by diagonally hoping over it to a vacant space. If a capture is available on your turn, you must take it.
Multiple Captures: You may capture more than one checker with multiple moves. This move becomes your next take off point.
Crowning: If you get a checker to the last row of the checkerboard, double the checker piece. This King or FUDGEMAKER can move, or capture, by going forwards or back, but always on the diagonal.
Fudgemakers Rule: Draw and answer a Fudgemaker Question before capturing an opponent's checker. Right Answer = Jumps Checker . . . Wrong Answer = Loses Turn
Game Equipment: Your Checker Board Set + Our Rules & Game Questions
1. From the _______ comes the chocolate food of lovers.
2. The _______ viewed the cacao beans as an aphrodisac.
3. In 1502 _______ presented cacao beans to the King and Queen of Spain.
4. West Africa produces _______ % of the world's supply of cacao.
5._______ comes in many forms --- cocoa powder, unsweetened, semisweet, and milk.
6. _______ drank 50 cups daily of cocoa called Xocaltl.
7. After roasting the cacao beans, the nibs are ground into _______.
8. In 1847 _______ added sugar, chocolate liquor, and cocoa butter to produce chocolate.
9. America's favorite candy is _______.
10. Lee Edwards Benning wrote the best selling _______.
11. The first Mackinaw City fudgemaker website was _______.
12. Old fashion fudge making can be seen at _______.
13. _______ is famous for chips of fudge in ice cream.
14. Murdick's Fudge Kitchen uses the original _______ recipe.
15. Original marble slab fudge must be corrected for temperature and _______.
16. Jim Garrahy's Fudge Kitchens make fudge by _______ it on a marble slab.
17. Irma Rombaurer in the _______ exaults the virtues of fudge.
18. Recent USDA research suggests that high grade chocolate in fudge helps replace monthly loss of _______.
19. The chocolate in fudge makes beneficial _______.
20. A 1950's
American First Lady who promoted fudge was _______.
21. Nancy Reagan served a delicious chocolate fudge _______.
22. An 1890 name for fudge was _______.
23. In 1892 Emelyn B. Hartridge made fudge at _______.
24. _______ was the name Great Britain gave Americana Fudge in the 1920's.
25. Sugar and Cream Fudge originated as _______ Fudge.
26. Marshmallow Cream Fudge is famous as _______ Fudge.
27. Sherbert is to ice cream as _______ is to candy.
28. Most commercial fudges are not as nutritious as _______.
29. The Mackinac Island Chamber of Commerce promotes the _______.
30. A favorite exotic fudge is _______.
31. _______ Master Fudge Recipes are now available for the home.
32. _______ Fudge is the summer fudgies favorite candy.
33. The history of Mackinac Island fudgemaking can be found in ________.
34. _____ is the 2001 author of FUDGE: Mackinac's Sweet Souvenir.
35.________ is the web site for ordering Phil Porter's island-fudge work.
36. _______ is the publisher of FUDGE: Mackinac Islands Sweet Souvenir.
37. Indian _______ was bottled and sold to Mackinac Island's first tourists.
38. _______ were the first popular souvenirs on Mackinac Island.
39. _______ opened the first fudge shop on Mackinac Island.
40. Newton Jerome Murdick's nickname was _______.
41. Murdick's Candy Kitchen opened on the Island in _______.
42. Ferguson's 1910 Candy Kitchen included salt water candy and _______ Kisses.
43. _______ advertised "spotless kitchens" as their signature.
44. _______ went to work for Murdick's Candy Kitchen in 1930.
45. _______ built a reputation for fine candies on Mackinac Island.
46. _______ learned the candy trade as an apprentice to Harold & Ethyl May.
47. Marvin May bested _______ in a copyright infringement case.
48. _______ opened a 1940 candy store in the famous Murray Hotel.
49. May's Candy Shop's slogan is _______.
50. Murdick's Candy Kitchen slogan is _______.
51. "Nice quality candy" was made by Selma Dufina in the ________.
52. _______ rationing of sugar forced most candy makers out of business.
53. _______ opened the newest candy shop on Mackinac Island in 1945.
54. Selma's Home Made Candy on the Island was housed in the _______.
55. _______ opened Marshall's Driftwood Fudge in 1952.
56. Jim Marshall learned the art of making candy from the _______ family.
57. Marshall's Mackinac Trail Fudge was the first candy making store in _______.
58. In 1955 _______ first started selling fudge at the Michigan State Fair.
59. _______ printed "Ryba's Mackinac Island Fudgie" on pink pins.
60. Ryba's Mackinac Island Fudge Ice Cream is a best seller in the _______ market.
61. _______, an Island promoter, first applied "mass selling psychology".
62. _______ was named after Joan Nephew.
63. The only US President to buy fudge on Mackinac Island was _______.
64. _______ Chocolates has a fudge franchise in Japan.
65. The web site, www.murdicks.com, features a Sing Along _______ Song
66. Since _______ Murdick's Fudge has sold fudge on Martha's Vineyard.
67. The founder of Murdick's Fudge was _______.
68. As a young man, Jim Marshall learned the fudgemaking trade from _______.
69. William Marshall II was the 1st Light Keeper of the _______ Lighthouse.
70. Ryba.com web site has featured a summer _______.
71. Besides making delicious fudge, Ryba's Fudge Shops makes _________.
72. For years Detroiters have bought Ryba Fudge at the _______.
73. MackinacFudge.Net is a company specializing in _______ sales.
74. Somewhere In Time Gallery was a marketing inspiration for_______.
75. _______is featured on MackinacFudge.Net advertisements.
76. In 1947 Don and Katy Kilwin open a speciality store in _______ Michigan
77. Kilwin's Chocolate and Ice Cream offers _______ licensing to entrepreneurs.
78. Kilwin's Chocolate franchises also sell _______.
79. The founder of Alices Kandy and Korn in 1951 was _______.
80. Besides fudge, jams, and toppings, Alices makes a variety of candy _______.
81. The current owners of Alice's Kandy and Korn
82. 15th Century ________ were the first to make sweet candy.
83. Murray's Hotel Fudge Co. can be found at _______.
84. Murray's Hotel Fudge Co. specializes in budget _______.
85. ________ wrote ... "this sweet candy brings back fond memories of warm summer nights".
86. Joann's Fudge site recommends _______ fudge for long term storage.
87. Joann's Fudge is sold in Mackinaw City and _______.
88. Zak's Fudge of St. Ignace is a _______ property.
89. McClellan Properties manufacturers literally tons of fudge in ______ .
90. McClellan Properties first fudge store was in ________.
91. ________ wrote ... "it's seduction by the bite. A nibble coaxes the mouth to crave more."
92. Fortfudge.com candy is a _______ product.
93. Fortfudge.com is owned by the
94. Gamesbygrube.com publishes _______ for elementary schools.
95. Games By Grube was founded in 1984 at _______ Ontario.
96. ________ wrote ... "it's rich creamy texture; the wonderful flavor melting in your mouth;"
97. _______ offers beautiful Christmas tins for fudge and candy.
98. _____ was first used before sugar was invented in making sweet goods.
99. The winner of the "I love Mackinac Fudge because " contest was _______.
100. The author of Mackinac Island Fudge Trivia is _______.
1/2 C. milk 1/2 C. butter 1/2 C. brown sugar 1/2 C. granulated sugar 1/8 tsp. salt 1 tsp. vanilla extract 2 C. confectionersí sugar 1/2 C. nuts (optional) Mix milk, butter, brown sugar, granulated sugar and salt in heavy pan. Cook at medium heat until boiling. Boil exactly 6 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and add vanilla extract and confectionersí sugar. Beat with mixer until smooth and thick. Add nuts, if desired. Pour into a buttered pan and freeze 20 minutes. Cut into pieces. Makes approximately 1 pound of fudge. Peanut Butter Mackinac Island Fudge Reduce butter to 1/4 cup and add 1/2 cup peanut butter. Chocolate Mackinac Island Fudge Use basic recipe, adding 1/2 cup cocoa with the confectionersí sugar.
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