Chocolate chickens on the menu for breakfast this morning.
Sticking and gluing.
Well it’s that time of year again. It’s Easter Bonnet Parade time and it’s just Gruff making his hat this year as Evie is making an Easter Egg for her competition.
This year’s creation has involved an awful lot of glue and cotton wool…
Where did you get that hat?
The art of eating chocolate.
To all fellow lovers of chocolate there need be no excuse to indulge in a nibble or three of your favourite chocolates.
Easter Sunday means that Mammy has to step back and silently grind her teeth while her ravenous offspring devour their bodyweight in chocolate.
But they have surpassed themselves this year indeed and have displayed three most distinct ways of snaffling their Easter eggs.
We have the hamster, cram as much into your mouth as physically possible while making horrendous gasps for breath every ten seconds.
Then we have the ambitious all in one technique, doomed to fail as mouth has yet to catch up with ambitious plan.
Finally, the multi handed approach, the most dangerous as this technique can keep going all day and can strip an entire family of its chocolate stash.