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The classic Minnesota nutroll proved to be a temptress, husband and wife lured by the sweet nutty flavor. (Amy Thielen/For the Enterprise)

Reinvention of famed nutroll requires secret hiding place

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I love the tradition of making homemade bars that taste just like commercial candy bars: Snickers bars, Mars bars, but it is a curious one: driven by thrift or just hunger?

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This week I've come to the conclusion that maybe it's the distance you live from town that spurs you to make your own candy bars. What if you're marooned out in the woods, or snowed in, and you're craving something decadent and junky? Believe me, you'll figure out a way to get it.

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