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someguy184 wrote:Screw the diet. This stuff looks too good. I've been staring at the page for 30 minutes trying to decide whether to order it or not, then I realized I was drooling a bit. Of course, I haven't eaten today, and one is never supposed to shop on an empty stomach, but I justified the purchase with the idea I'll give away some of the order of 3 as Christmas presents. Or I'll just get extra fat and happy eating ninety bucks worth of toffee.
Good luck with holding on to any of this toffee until Christmas. I suggest you wrap and deliver it immediately (with "Do not open until December 25" warnings, of course). Otherwise, as soon as you finish the portion you've alloted to yourself, you'll be sneaking "just one piece" on a regular basis. The people who say this is like crack? They're right (though I of course have no direct experience with crack to compare it to - you get the idea). This is the best toffee I've ever had.
I started out on Burgundy but soon hit the harder stuff. Bob Dylan, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
How on earth did I get 9 QPs?
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I'm in for 3. Couldn't resist a good toffee. And the reviews seem glowing.
Hopefully my parents will appreciate the generosity when I share some with them.
109 woots and counting...
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I have a question for the Brandini folks or one of the lucky 'rats. For the 1-pound box, is it a single, 1-pound piece of toffee, or is it in smaller pieces that just aren't as small as the bites? I'm just wondering about how messy and/or difficult to eat the big slab might be. Thanks!
more than enough wine.woots!
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mlhelm wrote:I have a question for the Brandini folks or one of the lucky 'rats. For the 1-pound box, is it a single, 1-pound piece of toffee, or is it in smaller pieces that just aren't as small as the bites? I'm just wondering about how messy and/or difficult to eat the big slab might be. Thanks!
It's not a single slab. It's broken into pieces. Normally along the lines of 1-inch square - altho' not really square. You can always use a knife and break it smaller.
cjsiege & CpprCr8: A girl & a car, living the w.w dream!
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oooh....so NOT on my diet plan
over 40 shirt.woots (and an apron), and I don't have a thing to wear...
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I have somehow been able to avoid wine.woot for a while now. I guess ultimately, I have my brother to blame as it's him that has been getting me more and more into wines. Slowly but surely, I've watched the different wines come and go, not knowing enough about them to take a stab at one. Monday that all changed, as I snagged up some of the Tøøthstejnn before it sold out. Now, here I sit, clicking the damned button again... wine.woot strikes again... sigh...
12 Bags of Crap and counting!
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Toffeeking wrote:Hey we are here to please. We can make this request happen. The big problem is the heat in the desert this time of year. In fact we are still in the 100's. Brandini Toffee has no additives and should be refrig. always. Give us a note with your order and if you want all the toffee chocolate free or just some, as you may want to give some to friends. May take us a couple of days, but we are here for you!
Waitaminute! You can do toffee without chocolate? That's not what the kids said....
Juvie: 30+24+4; Sellout: 6+7+0
Drunk: 69+94+15 wine, 20+29+4 non-wine
Rugrat: 0+0+0; Refunded: 2+3+1
(as of 2011-03-02)