Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Chocolate Crush


I don’t need an excuse like Valentine’s day to express my love for Chocolate, but I’ll take it, AND any other day that celebrates this, the greatest of food groups (and yes, I’ve decided it is a food group, at the very tippy-top of the pyramid).

I was digging in my stash the other day and found this little gift box that really, perfectly, describes how most of us feel about the big C. And yes, there is a shocking lack of hearts on this project, but that’s because I made it for a guy…my son!



Valentine’s is truly a perfect time to pair two favorites, chocolate and paper crafting…it just takes it to the next level: nirvana.


There is an odd anticipation factor with paper crafted chocolate though…EXACTLY how long can I last before I rip apart that adorable package of kisses (Thanks Brooks, so cute!). So far I’ve resisted, but now that I photographed it for posterity, I don’t think It’s going to last very long.

And chocolate bars? Did the chocolate gods specifically design them to be wrapped in cute paper? I think so, because I can’t STOP doing it!

And now, just because I want to make you drool, I want to share this picture of me in a grocery store just outside of Paris France last summer. Look closely. Once you’ve gotten over the shock of how much chocolate that is (and actually the other side of the row was also all chocolate) please note that I am actually FLIRTING with the chocolate.




Lastly, I want to share with you my latest chocolate crush – Lindt Intense Orange chocolate. Just slightly bitter with bits of almond and orange peel, heavenly! Thanks to my Sister in law, Donna, I now buy these in bulk.



Happy Valentines! Sue

2 comments:

kwgirl said...

I agree...the chocolate selection in Europe is so WONDERFUL! That Lindt Orange is also one of my absolute faves. Very dangerous to flirt with chocolate though, it usually wins:)

Ann Mitchell said...

CHOCOLATE IS THE BEST!

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