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fudge

(1)
To perform in an incomplete but marginally acceptable way, particularly with respect to the writing of a program. "I didn't feel like going through that pain and suffering, so I fudged it - I'll fix it later."

fudge

(2)
The resulting code.
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Hopefully the Great Taste gold award will be the first of many for our new line of fudge.
Sarah's unusual and delicious fudge flavours include Welsh Sea Salt and Almond, Banoffee, Chocolate, Vanilla, Peppermint, Mocha, Rum and Raisin and Almond and Amaretto with many more flavours already being developed in time for Christmas.
Ms Bunton has also developed a range of special Drinking Fudge, along similar lines to its successful Chocoshots.
The business employs one member of staff, Jill Wall, who makes the fudge, and two part-time packers and is supported by Ms Bunton's parents.
TEMPTATION: (From left) manager Jody Yurkwich and owner Debbie Garner show off a tray of home-made fudge at The Toffee Shop at Hatton Country World; YUM YUM: A tray of chocolate egg fudge
Keep in mind that a plate or tin of fresh fudge makes a thoughtful hostess, thank-you or cheer-up gift.
Food producers can easily incorporate these fruit fudge inclusions into icecream and allow consumers to indulge in fruity taste sensations coupled with the nostalgic flavour of yesteryear.