There is always something that we feel that we want to leave behind. And so, a woman from Utah decided to leave behind her fudge recipe on her headstone with her signature. So, scroll down to check out how all this happened.

When Kathryn Andrews’ husband passed away in 2000, she decided she wanted to do something special with their to-be-shared tombstone.

It began with a selection of symbols that represented his life. Kathryn, who went by Kay, was also urged by her children to choose something special to adorn it with when her time came, so she chose her fudge recipe. When she passed in 2019, her family went through with that choice.

Located in Utah’s Logan City Cemetery, the recipe stands forevermore.

It details the ingredients and portions, followed by the finishing instructions of, “Cook to softball stage, pour on marble slab, cool & beat & eat.” At the very bottom, it reads, “Wherever she goes, there’s laughter.”

She was known for bringing her fudge everywhere there was people to share it with.

Kay’s daughter Janice Johnson said, “She really loved people. She would write poetry, and she would take fudge whenever people got together.”

After seeing a photo of the recipe on the headstone making rounds online, Kay’s granddaughter, Emily, was elated.

“I think she would be thrilled that people can have a taste of her recipe,” Emily told ABC4. “That’s what she was all about, sharing with people, so I think she would love it.”
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