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Old 20.03.2012, 12:29
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Re: Swiss Chocolate vs. Cadbury eggs

This thread reminds me of what awaits me in San Francisco where they have replaced the word 'snob' with 'foodie'. No one can simply enjoy mac and cheese anymore without it descending into some kind of argument over which chef's version is better and more authentic.
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Re: Swiss Chocolate vs. Cadbury eggs

I used to love cadburys-anything chocolate and was a chocolate snob to anything non-cadburys (like nestle easter eggs! ). then i discovered lindt. but now I have discovered Läderach I don't think I can go back! As for easter chocolate though, cadburys mini-eggs are always good, and I would definitely still say that any cadburys chocolate easter egg is better than the blocks of choc in my opinion! Though Cadburys Spiras are still the best!! bring them back!!
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Old 20.03.2012, 13:03
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Re: Swiss Chocolate vs. Cadbury eggs

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This thread reminds me of what awaits me in San Francisco where they have replaced the word 'snob' with 'foodie'. No one can simply enjoy mac and cheese anymore without it descending into some kind of argument over which chef's version is better and more authentic.
With the consequence that you can get some really great food in San Francisco and the surrounding area.
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