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    DAVIDPRESCOTT   3,145
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I just bought 5 kg's (12 pounds) of LINDT Chocolate!

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Yuo know when people see you and say "Hi, how are you doing" or "Hay whatsup" ... they don't really mean "SO tell me exactly how you are feeling, everything that has been happening and whether you are tired/achy/hungry/sad/depresse
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We expect to hear "Great!" or "Good, how are you" or "Awesome!".

Well because I don't want to be one of THSE people that you meet I'll say it here.

"I'm tiiiiiired" - imagine the whiniest voice you can emoticon

It's a good tired, with 4 or 5 hours a night of sleep while I am planning my food empire and working full time.

I woke up at 4:00 a.m. yesterday and sudedenly thought "Of COURSE! I can order windowed boxes for my sweet treats from China - they will be MUCH cheaper".

An hour later I have 100 flat packed window boxed being shipped from China.

This morning I woke up and was thinking about how to make things cheaper without compromising quality and starting searching for bulk supplies of chocolate and almond meal (the main thing I use to replace flour in cooking).

And by tomorrow morning I will be the proud owner of a 5 kilo VERY large bag of Lindt Dark Chocolate in hexagon shapes for easy melting. You know Lindt, the GOOD stuff.

Considering I am developing a real taste for dark chocolate I can only ask that my Sparkfriends pray for me that the chocolate ends up in the fudge not my belly! emoticon

Spark On! emoticon

Recipe for today:

Gingerbread Bacon Maple Stack.

I know - it sounds like something Elvis would have eaten but at around 400 calories and 12 grams of carbs it's not THAT naughty for Sunday breakfast.



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EDDYMEESE 4/2/2014 11:11PM

    Divine!

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TENNISJIM 3/28/2014 6:07AM

    Spark On

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WOUBBIE 3/27/2014 9:18AM

    emoticon

Prayer offered on behalf of your lovely food porn!

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THINFITFEMINIST 3/27/2014 5:39AM

    You've found your bliss and you will enjoy.

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RDEE22 3/27/2014 4:25AM

    I don't think the chocolate would make it to the cooking in my house, I think it would go MIA. Stay strong! emoticon

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WENDYJM4 3/27/2014 3:58AM

    sounds good David. and I am going to agree with the I'mmmm tireddddddd

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SKATER787 3/27/2014 12:58AM

    Who is the supplier? Local or Amazon? I've been looking for good prices on Lindt or any good dark choc. Thanks.

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PHEBESS 3/27/2014 12:04AM

    That's a LOT of chocolate!!!!! You can keep it in the fridge, way in the back, so you don't munch on it.

We bought 33 lbs (or so) of dark, semisweet Guillard chocolate for our wedding cakes - friends made 25 chocolate decadence tortes so we could have one cake on each table. It was amazing! (The chocolate came in 11 lb blocks, or 5 kg - but the woman at the store chopped them into 1 lb blocks for us, to make it easier. Oh it was so tempting!)

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ARTJAC 3/27/2014 12:03AM

    emoticon IN THE BELLY SOUNDS GOOD

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