Posts Tagged ‘chocolate’
How could Cadbury drop “Easter” from its traditional “Easter Egg Hunt”?
If your favorite chocolate had only half as much sugar, yet tasted the same, would you be happy? I’d do cartwheels, and the Nestle company has found a way to achieve just that by altering the structure of the sugar. My taste buds and I will enjoy every extra morsel in a little more than a year, but we will be the final arbiters as to whether the promise of the claims is met.
Hail another moment of what should be red-faced embarrassment for scientists, health food addicts, and government decrees! It turns out that people who eat chocolate at least once a week see their memory and abstract thinking improve.
It’s good for your heart, reduces stroke risks, and helps protect your skin from the sun. Eat more chocolate!
This is my idea of a true dream machine — a 3-D printer which prints in chocolate! Stop that — it is a real machine.
Who is surprised that a three-year study of coverage reveals that network TV focuses almost entirely on the secular aspects of Easter? Anyone? Who is surprised the Texas objects to religious billboards? On private property? Whether you choose to recognize it or not, religion is under attack, and not just by Islamic extremists, but by the viciously secular progressive movement, which includes most bureaucrats and government officials.
On a more cheerful note, read about the efforts of a Florida physician to share his knowledge of the Shroud of Turin, and drool over the gorgeous Easter eggs French patissiers and chocolatiers produce for this celebration.