Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by Katarzyna, Aug 8, 2005.
green & Black's Mayan Gold is my faourite; a piquance of spices.
I don't think I've ever seen that brand around here.
not really a fan of the Mayan Gold myself, but I really enjoyed the Hazelnut & Currant one
In the Supermarkets around here, they're usually in the natural and organic food section.
yes, same here.
and the cookery book is to die for ( so I'm told)
Everyone seems to like that book. Just added it to my wish list
craving chocolate today. one-a those rare days. dark lindt lindor truffles are hittin' the spot... mmmm
The revival of this thread reminded of a product I saw on QVC awhile back called Chocolate Gold. It's 14k gold jewelry with an alloy mixed in to make it a rich chocolate brown. Now, tell me, what could be more perfect than gold and chocolate. :wink:
wow... sounds purrty!
It seemed to be. I resisted and didn't buy any.
One of our shoe suppliers is from Germany. He always sends us "goodies" with each shipment. Once he sent chocolate from Germany with Rum in it. It was so incredible! I didn't even think to keep the label. I've been hinting for more....
Looks like the chocolate gold from QVC is a plating.
This other company claims not to be using a plating, but instead treating the gold, and stuff is gorgeous, but man do you pay for it.
Now I'm wishing I had some chocolate....
Chocolate - the dance comp food.
Its become routine for me now. A couple of times I tried to compete on just a regular breakfast (or very little for those awful first-thing heats) but it just does not work. Now just about the only time I let myself eat chocolate is the night before, and the morning of a comp. Works wonders for me - energy and alertness all in one. By the way, nothing fancy - crunchie bar, M&Ms, cadbury's milk, they all work fine.
I finally found the new 3 Musketeers mint with dark chocolate. Yes, it is good!
This is a dangerous place n'est pas?? I want to loose another 5 pounds in the next month - I don't think hanging out here will really help....
Did anyone see the documentary, on the way that chocolate is produced ?
The BBC did an expose , on Ghana,s child labor ( and adults ) involved in the process-- it may make you think twice- nay- three times, the next " bite " you take .
Oh no. Just when I thought that was one safe haven.....
one can buy fair trade chocolate through "heartbeats"...google it
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