Chocolate is important. Normally this space is reserved for federal politics or "weighty" issue, but chocolate is a weighty issue (ba-boom, pun, move on) and unlike Australia's growing debt stasis, the news on chocolate in Australia is positive.
Chocolate is undoubtedly one of the most popular foods in the world. Most of the people reading this have probably had some in the past week or so; but, unfortunately, in order to meet that demand it has to be …
There's nothing wrong with Russell Stover's. And I will not kick my significant other out of bed if he brings me a chocolate-covered marshmallow heart. But when you need a wow factor, you need a wow factor. Think hand-made artisan truffles and chocolate-dipped delicacies. And, yes, it's OK to buy a little something for yourself. Especially if you're in love. With chocolate.
Coffee has always been my weakness. I love its aroma, its bitterness and bold flavors. Truth be told, I never start my morning without a steaming cup o’Joe. I know that many of you will disapprove but hey, no one is perfect! Plus, I believe that coffee has some health benefits when consumed in moderation ♥ For starters, drinking coffee has been shown …
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