I am sitting here, in total bliss, as I have just sampled organic Sjaak’s chocolate. People. I ate a dark-chocolate lavender truffle in the shape of a heart, wrapped in purple shiny foil. And I really can’t spell. You wouldn’t believe how much I’ve had to fix errors. My brain does not want to bother itself with SPELLING right now. Someone should run tests on how chocolate interferes with other comparatively dreary brain functions.
I am giving away a Sjaak’s Vegan, Organic “Limited Edition Bunny Truffle Gift Box.” Nine chocolates. One each of the following: dark chocolate, milk pecan cinnamon, milk almond, dark coconut & ginger, dark cherry, dark orange maté, dark pistachio, milk cappuccino, and milk hazelnut.
I’m sorry the picture’s so small–check it out at the website to get a better gander.
After the chocolates are eaten, you can keep the beautiful box for future springtime decorating.
In order to be eligible to win, share your favorite springtime holiday tradition (or just a favorite springtime thing) of yours. Mine is to make baked eggs with mascarpone cheese and thyme, wrapped in bacon–in ramekins. Then the grownups enjoy Bellinis (made of champagne and peach puree). I love going to the farmers’ market and buying a dozen eggs in natural varying shades of blues, yellows, tans..especially in March and April. The variations in colors, and the speckled shells just thrill me. Come to think of it, the living room in my house has blue and green walls that wouldn’t look out of place on eggshells. [oh my god…ingesting that lavender has turned me into a free-associating, crackpotty Martha).
I will gather all of the names and pull them out of a hat, and then I’ll contact the lucky winner and send this treat your way! Deadline for comments/entrants is March 25th.
Hey! This would be a good time to subscribe to my blog as I will soon be featuring a series of awesome cloth diaper giveaways, in conjunction with our upcoming May/June issue, which features Jennifer Margulis’ fabulous article on cloth diapering, a cloth diapering guide, and Jennifer Gross-Loh’s feature on elimination communication.
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