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Need Fudge Making equipment recommendations

chitownmom | Dec 26, 200812:20 PM     15

please...

I have a fudge recipe from years ago, off the back of a Hershey's cocoa can. I've run into problems making it in the past and wonder if it's the type of pan... so I'm looking for a recommendations for a heavy pot.

I tried a le Creuset dutch oven and I think maybe my thermometer was faulty as the porcelain actually burned off.

Assuming I'm correct that the thermometer was broken, and assuming I buy a new thermometer (and check it before using it).... I still need a pot. Before I go buy another le Creuset, I thought I'd ask some experts if this is the right sort of pan... I'm wondering if I should not use a pan that has a coating... .

Thoughts and suggestions much appreciated!

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