According to Webster’s Dictionary 1913 edition, furdle is:
(v. t.) To draw up into a bundle; to roll up.
Although he is using the wrong part of speech (a verb instead of a noun) and he needs to beware of the Grammar Police, since this was posted in the "Food Related" forum, Hasselhoff must be looking for either some type of rolls or Fruit Roll-ups. However, since he is old enough to be using a 1913 dictionary, he can’t be thinking of Fruit Roll-ups, since they weren’t around in 1913. Now we need to try to find what type of rolls he is looking for (dinner rolls?, sweet rolls?, cabbage rolls?, etc.).
Isn’t it wonderful where logic will take you? [V] [;)]