This is my all time favorite chocolate in the whole wide world. It has some serious salt kick to it that makes the chocolate tasty. And I get a poem....sweet!
Ah. My weekend was splendid. My sister and brother in law arrived Friday afternoon and it was non stop fun. I know you know that I love my sister. I am lucky that we enjoy each other's company and have fun together. The husbands have a pretty good time together as well.
In no particular order my weekend had:
cherry cobbler, yarn buying, walking Frodo, sitting on the back porch swing, rice chex krispies, chocolate, strawberries, grilled chicken, another craft fair, buying big mixing bowls (my sis has a thing about finding the perfect mixing bowl), chocolate macaroons, homemade soaps, visiting garage sales.
Your weekend sounds like it was so much fun. I have two sisters that I love very much so I do know that bond. I have never tried that chocolate before,but now I am going to look for it here, I'm intrigued!ReplyDelete
Great weekend! I love any and all sweets that involve sea salt. It is a heavenly combination!ReplyDelete
Your weekend sounds lovely. My husband would love that chocolate, I will have to keep my eyes open for it.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful weekend! I have to try that chocolate... I love hershey's with almonds, and I love dark chocolate with sea salt... this would be the best of both worlds!ReplyDelete
wow. you had me at salty chocolate but had to push me over the edge with garage sales.ReplyDelete
I may need to find myself some of that chocolate. Yum! What a great time with good people.ReplyDelete
That sounds like a perfectly lovely weekend. And, oh boy, that chocolate bar looks delightful. I hope you have a wonderful week ahead. :)ReplyDelete
Sounds like a wonderful weekend! And like a yummy weekend. You're making me hungry. ;-)ReplyDelete
cherry cobbler, chocolate, and strawberries - oh, YUM!!ReplyDelete
I love mixing bowls, too. :)
Sounds just perefect! I haven't tried salty chocolate. Sounds interesting! xReplyDelete
It sounds so wonderful. Sisters are just are just great, aren't they?!ReplyDelete
okay, i have never had that particular kind but now my eyes are wide open looking, almonds and massive salt!!! i actually use larger kosher salt pieces in my chocolate chip cookies because i like a bite of salty with my sweet and thought i was the only one.ReplyDelete
glad you had a nice weekend with yours sister. soul food.
sounds like a weekend chock-full of fun! i'm a fan of a good mixing bowl, too. ;)ReplyDelete
all my favorite things, too--want to adopt me????ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you got to spend time with your sister. Mine lives in California and I miss her all the time. I hope to be seeing her soon. That chocolate looks so AMAZING!!!ReplyDelete
Perfect weekend! So nice you had your sister there to enjoy it with you!ReplyDelete
Awww, sounds like a perfectly sweet weekend!ReplyDelete
i've had different flavors of that brand but have never seen that flavor. must start my search!ReplyDelete
so glad you had a great weekend and good company!
Your weekend sounds grand! Chocolove with crystallized ginger is my absolute favorite. :)ReplyDelete
What a totally splendid weekend. Certainly one you will remember. You are very fortunate. Katie xxxReplyDelete
I love salt and chocolate together - have you tried the Lindt "touch of sea salt"?ReplyDelete
Sounds like a divine weekend.ReplyDelete
Mine too! The salt gives it that extra kick :)