A sweet reminder that you read it here first! Yes, those country critter Easter chocolates have become a confectionary meme, today making their way onto the pages of none other than one of the nation’s leading newspapers, the New York Times.
Writes Florence Fabricant, “The attack of the cutes that hits candymakers around Easter does not mean that their pastel-colored goodies must sacrifice quality.” What can one say, except, perhaps, “You’re a fortnight late and a truffle short.”
Having gleefully consumed a turkey, duck and a cow (just last night), I can personally attest that the experience goes way beyond candy cutitude into the realm of wholistic truffle satisfaction. I particularly like the almond sliver ear proping armature.
If you’d like to read what that venerable media institution had to say, click here soon before the article goes back into subscription land.
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