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    Quote Originally Posted by kas74 View Post
    They were lovely,the centre was a sort of praline;Mr kas used to buy them for me when he worked in Holland.
    Decent alternatives would be the Ritter Sport Praline or the Hotel Chocolat Gianduja
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    Quote Originally Posted by kas74 View Post
    Iceland had an Easter cheese with bits of raspberry and white chocolate in it.
    I suppose it would be like Wensleydale with added white chocolate
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    Quote Originally Posted by -MatchaLatte- View Post
    I suppose it would be like Wensleydale with added white chocolate
    Wensleydale or Stilton,yes.
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    Feet up time
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    Quote Originally Posted by -MatchaLatte- View Post
    Feet up time
    I'm watching an entire series of 'Motive'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kas74 View Post
    I'm watching an entire series of 'Motive'.
    I've just done the dishes after devouring some fruit
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    Quote Originally Posted by -MatchaLatte- View Post
    I've just done the dishes after devouring some fruit
    I've just realised episodes two,three and four didn't get recorded.

    I have no idea what's happening.
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    It's gone awful quiet in here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kas74 View Post
    It's gone awful quiet in here.
    Would you like me to turn the radio on, then?
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    [QUOTE=DiddlerDave;12511409]Would you like me to turn the radio on, then?

    If you must.
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    [QUOTE=kas74;12511481]
    Quote Originally Posted by DiddlerDave View Post
    Would you like me to turn the radio on, then?

    If you must.
    Seems to be an old set.

    All I can get in the BBC Light Programme from 1959.

    It's Edmundo Ross and his Orchestra, live from the Gaiety Ballroom, Scunthorpe.


    It's not bad, actually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kas74 View Post

    Seems to be an old set.

    All I can get in the BBC Light Programme from 1959.

    It's Edmundo Ross and his Orchestra, live from the Gaiety Ballroom, Scunthorpe.


    It's not bad, actually.
    I'll have to take your word for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiddlerDave View Post

    I'll have to take your word for that.
    Oh, you youngsters...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kas74 View Post
    It's gone awful quiet in here.


    Well, I havent self-combusted or gone into hibernation yet..
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    Quote Originally Posted by -MatchaLatte- View Post


    Well, I havent self-combusted or gone into hibernation yet..
    I wouldn't mind going into hibernation,someone could wake me up on Christmas Eve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kas74 View Post
    I wouldn't mind going into hibernation,someone could wake me up on Christmas Eve.
    Got a bag of discounted MaltEasters mini bunnies the other day. Chocolate was nice and smooth (compared to Cadbury's), though the cocoa content could have been abit higher..
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    Quote Originally Posted by -MatchaLatte- View Post
    Got a bag of discounted MaltEasters mini bunnies the other day. Chocolate was nice and smooth (compared to Cadbury's), though the cocoa content could have been abit higher..
    I was almost tempted to buy one of the Maltesers Easter gift boxes when they were reduced but I've still got two eggs and a couple of chocolate bunnies to get through so I resisted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kas74 View Post
    I was almost tempted to buy one of the Maltesers Easter gift boxes when they were reduced but I've still got two eggs and a couple of chocolate bunnies to get through so I resisted.
    I've decided to go for those Marmite eggs IF they are still around the next time I go into that place It's worth a punt (to find out the taste) seeing as there are other choco eaters here who would probably scoff anything I leave in full view
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    Evening all.
    No Easter choccys left here, but I'm currently tucking into a chocolate fudge brownie
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiny65 View Post
    Evening all.
    No Easter choccys left here, but I'm currently tucking into a chocolate fudge brownie
    The last salted caramel and dark chocolate brownie I bought was real delicious. The rich and intense chocolatey stuff, baked to chewy perfection, balanced with a thin layer of salted caramel. It was a good thing I didnt buy more than one slice, I'd have had 'em all

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    Quote Originally Posted by -MatchaLatte- View Post
    I've decided to go for those Marmite eggs IF they are still around the next time I go into that place It's worth a punt (to find out the taste) seeing as there are other choco eaters here who would probably scoff anything I leave in full view
    My daughter's boyfriend still has a box of Marmite chocolate left over from Easter;I think he's scared to try it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kas74 View Post
    My daughter's boyfriend still has a box of Marmite chocolate left over from Easter;I think he's scared to try it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -MatchaLatte- View Post
    He's the nervous type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kas74 View Post
    My daughter's boyfriend still has a box of Marmite chocolate left over from Easter;I think he's scared to try it.
    I don't blame him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiddlerDave View Post
    I don't blame him.
    I'd try it for a bet.
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    Bought a Cadbury Milk Tray today on a good deal I shall experiment with it, simply by leaving them in the fridge and seeing how long it'd last Predictions, anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by -MatchaLatte- View Post
    Bought a Cadbury Milk Tray today on a good deal I shall experiment with it, simply by leaving them in the fridge and seeing how long it'd last Predictions, anyone?
    It'll be devoured before bedtime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -MatchaLatte- View Post
    Bought a Cadbury Milk Tray today on a good deal I shall experiment with it, simply by leaving them in the fridge and seeing how long it'd last Predictions, anyone?
    Hmm, depends on if it's got two layers or just the one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kas74 View Post
    It'll be devoured before bedtime.
    Well, I'm not starting on them yet, as I have other 'priorities'.. Can't say the same for the others though..

    And shiny, its just a small box..

    Its a weird one here at times, anything that's in the 'Kinder' family usually garners a high demand, but nobody seems interested in the poor old Ferrero..
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