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It doesn't seem like five minutes since Christmas and here we are celebrating Easter. Being a born chocoholic I need no excuse to eat the stuff and what better way to celebrate Easter than a large Egg made of Chocolate? But how did it all start and why an Egg and why Chocolate?
It's time to play on your sweet tooth, and show you the intricate processes of what goes on behind the scenes of a chocolate shop and a local winery.
It only takes a moment to make an impression. 3 seconds in fact. First impressions only take 3 seconds to form and last indefinitely. Which is why moments are precious. We asked some our clients what was their most precise moment? And what makes them remember it?
Can you believe that it is December already? Where has the year gone! The festive spirit is brewing as shops begin to put up their trees and decorations. There’s the food to think about, the family and friends gatherings, the school holidays, the well-deserved Christmas break. And the gifts!
We are not 100% sure how it happened, but we are glad it did! Here is a short history of how Candy and Halloween became ‘sweet’ friends….
Kids ringing a stranger's doorbell in 1948 or 1952 received all sorts of tribute: Coins, nuts, fruit, cookies, cakes, and toys were as likely as candy. In the 1950s, Kool-Aid and Kellogg's promoted their decisively non-candy products as trick-or-treat options, while candy wasn’t featured at all.
Sweet Bouquet – Make Good Cheer for Christmas Comes But Once a Year – In Any Language
Do you go by the swansong “make good cheer for Christmas comes but once a year”? Indeed, Christmas is around the corner and staring us in the eye, therefore it is a good idea to start thinking about Christmas gifting – something a little unique and different that will have your family and friends, colleagues and employees sitting up and taking notice.
Most Japanese teens have little exposure to issues of worldwide poverty or the volunteerism that seeks to end it.
Diwali also known as Deepavali and the "festival of lights", is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated every year. The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. The festival preparations and rituals typically extend over a five day period, but the main festival night of Diwali coincides with the darkest, new moon night of the Hindu Lunisolar month Kartika. In the Gregorian calendar, Diwali night falls between mid-October and mid-November.
Have you Got Your Christmas and Teachers’ Gifts Sorted This Year?
Have you got your Christmas and teacher’s gifts sorted this year? If not make 2014 the year to send gourmet gifts given with affection, warms the heart and soothes the soul. This is a time in which to bestow inspirational gifts that will glam up the world of others.
It is human nature to live well, laugh often and to love much; however it is Sweet Bouquet’s nature to sprinkle copious amounts of joy, reams of laughter as well as buckets of fun with our edible, unique creations that promise to add an edge of decadence, happiness as well as satisfaction with our scintillating, edible bouquets.
We like science as much as the next guy, but historically, it hasn't been the most consistent when it comes to telling us what we should and shouldn't eat. Even though ingesting (and digesting) food is key to the biological definition of life itself, scientists just can't seem to make up their minds about what happens to us when we put things in our mouths.