Monday, December 14, 2009

No, you don't have to thank me.......okay you can if you want!!

I think you know that I am willing to taste test anything that has to do with chocolate, as you know I am awfully concerned about what sort of chocolate you eat and wouldn't want anyone to have an adverse reaction to it.

So because of that I bought the following couple of packets of chocolate biscuits.  One because they reminded me of the chocolate biscuits from Britain, two they are new out and I haven't seen them before, oh and three they were in flavours I like.

Firstly the crunchy caramel biscuits, well I actually didn't like these much.  Okay if they were the only things to eat, then yes I would eat them, but the chocolate tasted like cheap cooking chocolate to me.  So I probably won't buy these ones again, although dh liked them.  So I guess he'll be taking one in his bait/lunch pail every day.


Now as I am a chocolate/mint fan I knew unless the chocolate was really bad I would love these, and guess what they are YUMMY!!!  The mint filling sort of reminds me of the middle of Aero bars without the bubbles.  These are a winner..........must ask my friend who is a buyer for Loblaws, if they are bringing out a chocolate/orange flavour, then all my dreams would have come true...LOL


Love Molly to bits, but her lastest thing is to get up just after 5am wanting out for a pee and possibly a poop, I don't check. Meanwhile I can't get back to sleep, so by mid afternoon I am on my knees, bone weary.

So here she is laying in her basket.

Here she is looking sleepy........I wonder if it has something to do with getting up too early????

Finally we have a few of these birdies coming to the bird feeder. I think it is a Black Capped Chickadee. One swooped past Molly, and lets just say Molly wasn't impressed.

"O"Come All Ye Faithful" by The Celtic Women, a beautiful rendition of a classic with lyrics so you can all sing along.

14 comments:

Connie Walsh said...

Thank you for taste testing that chocolate for me...it would have been awful to have sub-par chocolate!!!

Are Molly's allergies any better with the snow, how about yours, completely gone?

bad penny said...

I scoffed the left over after eights from DD's party last night .

Aren't animals a pain ? we have three cats using our bedroom window as a cat flap.

Have stopped the dogs barking at five am - had to cansel the milk order !!!

LizBeth said...

Molly looks pretty calm. I hope she is doing better now that the snows have started.

Liz in the Republic of Texas

Evelyn said...

ohh yum. will have to keep an eye out for those! aww molly is a sweetie!

Karine said...

Thanks for the cookie review! As for the little bird, yes, it's a Black Capped Chickadee, they've always been one of my favorites :o)

Lib said...

Thanks for the taste test!lol
Sounds like Molly has you trained!
The fur kids seems to do that to us huh?
Have a warm and cozy day!
Blessins',Lib

Clodagh a.k.a. Isra said...

i have brushed my teeth ready for bed but now I am thinking chocolate and biscuits! Gill!!!!

Molly and 5am, gesh I thought all that ended when your kids grow up. Mental note - no dog when i finally get to the stage of having a full nights sleep. ;-)

I love your picture at the top, is that at your place?

Denise said...

You're a pal for throwing yourself on the sword for us Gill. Can't tell you how much I appreciate that. BUT, can't take all this chocolate talk any more. I'm heading to World Market to get some Cadbury's Flakes. Molly sure looks cute and comfortable and I bet she falls right to sleep after coming back inside after her morning constitutional. I suspect you don't? What we do for the love of our animals. Tthose were a great set of photographs.

scrappy quilter said...

Molly looks right smart in her bed. That's where I'd love to be right now. I'm not a chocolate fan however hubby and the kids are. Will have to try these out.

Got the envelope today...thanks!!

Grumpy Old Ken said...

I am trying NOT to indulge but what the heck!

Patty said...

As our youngest Granddaughter told us, several years ago, when it was getting close to her birthday and we asked what she would like. She's nine now. She named off a few things and then said, and of course some good chocolate. So we've all ready trained her to know the difference between good and bad chocolate. LOL By the way, the breakfast plates looked like food for a log splitter. LOL No one should have been hungry for lunch.

John Gray jgsheffield@hotmail.com said...

nice blog (That welsh man)

The Witch said...

Chocolate my favorite.
Thanks for the PC info. I'm always tempted to try new items but now I have a heads up.
I know I will gain a least 5 to 10 pounds over the holidays ( you may have saved me a couple)
Molly looks so cute in her bed .

Jenn Jilks said...

Ahhh, chocolate! Our cat has stolen the chocolate kisses I hid in the cupboard for the kids. Critters!!!
Love the food posts!