A Northern California teen is whipping up a recipe that he says will finance his higher education. Tucker Fish, a Santa Rosa 8th grader cooked up the idea two years ago when he sold homemade snacks in his neighborhood. Today, the aspiring CEO has perfected his toffee candy bar. He's named it the College Bound Bar because he says its the key to financing his college dreams. He expects College Bound bar sales to pay for his education and scholarships for others. So After homework, Tucker spends two hours a night working on his business. He plans to sell each candy bar for 2 dollars fifty cents to pay for Stanford and what he hopes is sweet success.