cheery_j. wrote:Toothy wrote:If anyone from New Zealand is willing to join in, I'd be begging some Whittaker's peanut slab which is simply to die for! *drools*
Hmmmm - peanut slabs...
Can I still join? (cheery_j., Germany)
The local sweet specialty is Lebkuchen (not quite like gingerbread). It's not the season, though. The really good artisan gingerbread makers won't be selling anything before October. Of course there's always beer.... Or sausages...
jtrhoades wrote:So, it's a chocolate bar with peanuts in it?
A good one I'm assuming?
jtrhoades wrote:Leia Tortoise wrote:From a region famous for it's French Oak... not sure I can eat that.
Really? I didn't know that, for me the region speciality is rather chestnut tree...
Yep, apparently Rémy Martin uses it for the barrels it ages it's Cognac in.
Not sure if it's the only wood they use, but if it is that means that the Louis XIII, way to expensive, Cognac they make is aged in that oak.
Would be interested in the licorice sherbet that Bill from The Goodies eats/ate.
Also called "sorbet", which comes from French "sorbet"
pip wrote:Always reminded me of Holy Communion from back in my catholic days
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