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 Post subject: Your Christmas Chocolate Experiences?
PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2007 9:10 am 
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Well, it happens every year. Laura teaches first grade and brings home either beauty products or chocolate from her students. I also get bunches at church.

Some highlights:

three boxes of See's Candy
White Chocolate with peppermint crunched in
Reeses Bells and Miniatures (Does Reeses Count?)
Carnation Fudge mix in a Bad Santa game.
Hershey Bars
A huge box of Kirkland Belgian Chocolate waiting for Christmas Day

Yum :sunny2:

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2007 10:12 am 
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Susan has banned chocolate at home so here is a chocolate picture (sepia) of our town river this morning.

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Chocolate covered almonds so far. \:D/

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2007 1:19 pm 
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Susan has banned chocolate at home


SHE DID NOT!! :shock: Is that allowed?

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2007 2:06 pm 
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Adrian wrote:
Susan has banned chocolate at home so here is a chocolate picture (sepia) of our town river this morning.

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I like the double thick .. chocolate covered brownies over on the left that are coverd with nuts. Should be even enough for most of us.... sorry Judy but you will probably not get any!!! :D

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Chocolate chip cookie bars. Reeses cookes. My sister smushed a chocolate egg on the airplane so she gave me that one. :roll: 'Sokay. It's still good.

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Adrian, your chocolate river loaded. Beautiful!

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I made too much candy this year.
chocolate angel dust mints
buckeyes
chocolate cover peanut butter rice crispy balls
Toffee squares

freezes well.... and taste even better from the freezer :(

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2 pounds of assorted Russell Stover
1 pound of Sees
about 4 pounds of homemade rocky road fudge
chocolate marshmallow Santas
chocolate mints

And we pass 2 Russell Stover outlets on the way home

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