Nearly everyone loves the creamy, sweet taste of a well-made fudge. At both the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum, we sell Uncle LeRoy's Fudge, which is made fresh in small batches each day right on the property. It smells tempting as you tour the Ark gift shop and the Legacy Hall bookstore at the Creation Museum. And now you can get a behind-the-scenes look at how it’s made with Uncle LeRoy himself—and watch him try to teach Bodie and me how to do it!
Normally on Mondays (as well as Thursdays) at 2 p.m. EST, I cohost Answers News (a Facebook Live show that gives a Christian/creationist commentary on the news) along with Bodie Hodge and Dr. Georgia Purdom. But on New Year’s Eve, a Monday this year, Bodie and I have a special treat for you. We’re heading to the Ark to make fudge with Uncle LeRoy. It’s a fascinating process and you’re sure to enjoy this sneak peek. Uncle LeRoy loves fudge and his excitement is contagious. He said he will even throw fudge up in the air as it’s being made. Well, as long as he doesn’t aim for me!
Spoiler: Yes, it is true Bodie and I will wear handmade New Year Eve’s hats during the program—and some other surprises are in store for you, too!
I encourage you to join us at 2 p.m. EST on Monday, December 31, 2018, as we make delicious fudge to hail in the New Year. Tune in to watch this fun on the AiG YouTube channel or my Facebook page—or watch the video later that evening as you celebrate the New Year with your friends and family.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.
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