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Tuesday, 3 April 2012

People who eat chocolate have less body fat??????? Wow...great ready for those Easter rabbits

http://start.toshiba.com/tv/3/player/vendor/CBC/player/grab/asset/grab-vmB5nv7rbk

Ah, sometimes life is good.


Looking forward to a Rococo's egg, if I am good....

5 comments:

New Sister said...

Aren't you in France? Have a Maison du Chocolat champagne truffle on my behalf! Or, what I really enjoy with dark coffee, is the dark chocolate "bark" with the almonds, filberts, and pistachios mixed in. :-p

Supertradmum said...

I shall be in England over Easter. But, Rococos has great truffles, or used to...However, I would love to try your suggestion. Being in the country, I am not sure I could find one...

Anita Moore said...

While I love dark chocolate with nuts, I must confess to somewhat more pedestrian tastes in the matter of Easter eggs. I have a great weakness for Reese's peanut butter eggs. I REALLY LOVE Reese's peanut butter eggs. REALLY.

Then again, maybe my tastes are not so pedestrian. I don't know what he thought of Reese's peanut butter eggs, but I do know that William F. Buckley, Jr. was a huge peanut butter fan.

One Step at a Time said...

I prefer to color hard boiled eggs and paint original designs on them! High in protein and in cute containers! So original and non addictive. I don't know if French or English hens lay the best ones though!!!

New Sister said...

Sister Anita, that is *so* funny! I was salavating last night as I passed the Reese's peanut butter eggs in the grocery store, then thought, "how can I be tempted by these after writing to Supertradmum about champagne truffles??"

Even with their impeccable manners, a Frenchman to whom I had once offered a peanutbutter cup spit it out in front of me, unable to handle the mix of salt & sugar. (something one must grow up with, I guess)

Wishing you delightful women a very holy Triduum and blessed Easter, in Christ through Mary,