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In light of Halloween yesterday, this post is about some of my favorite non-traditional candy and chocolate. Although I do like my Snickers, Reese’s, Skittles, and Milky Way, I also enjoy confections that you don’t find in everyday convenient and grocery stores in the U.S.
I recently discovered a couple gourmet food stores in Boston: Bacco’s and Gourmet Boutique. Both shops sell typical gourmet foods such as wine, cheese, and charcuterie, but they also have a selection of imported sweets that are hard to find.
At Bacco’s, they sell Hammond’s chocolate bars in a variety of unique flavors such as red velvet …
Twenty eight years ago, Dairy Queen introduced the Blizzard! It took me 28 years to finally try it! Why you might ask did it take me so long? There is a simple and logical reason, I am a person of tradition. I grew up on Carvel and have always loved soft serve ice cream but always order the same thing every time!
Living in Massachusetts, I don’t have a local Carvel store nearby but I know where the Dairy Queen stores are located! As a soft serve ice cream junkie, I will always stop in if they are open and order …
October flew by! Breast Cancer Awareness Month ends today! Pink will no longer be the” it” color! The number of breast cancer events dwindle down but our organization Bakes for Breast Cancer, Inc. works daily as do many other organizations to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer all year long!
Breast Cancer is brought to the forefront in October but we should not forget about it because all year long women and men of all ages are diagnosed with breast cancer.
You don’t have to wait until next October to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer …
There is a chill in the morning air these days. I have had to turn on the heat on in the house. I heard the word “snow” on our weather report, a word I am not ready to hear quite yet. Although I am never ready for winter, this fall has been especially wonderful and then one day it just leaves.
I am not trying to rush the holiday season to come just yet; it is still after all only the end of October. But before we know it Halloween will have passed, Thanksgiving will be here in no time and …