White House Candy isn’t brand new, but it’s fairly new. I just got the chance to stop and look it over, and I’m not sure if I’m glad or sorry. The reason being: The candy is freakin’ delicious! Also: pricey. Because: freakin’ delicious.
Thursday Doors is the brainchild of Norm Frampton, photographer extraordinaire. Visit Norm’s site, look at his wonderful photos, scroll down, and click on the blue frog link to enter a world of doors … er … of the world. YES, I SAID A WORLD OF DOORS OF THE WORLD. Yes, if I edited your book, I would totally highlight that and suggest you rewrite it, eliminating one of those “world”s. Hire a lawyer and sue me.
ANYWAY, White House Candy bought two small buildings and built a connection between them. They didn’t just bang up a hall, though; they made beauty while they were at it.
Ready to visit? Here we go!
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Did I buy some? Why, yes, I did. Was it good? Yes, it was. Was it worth the price. That’s a 10-4, good buddy. I got a small(ish) slab of dark chocolate with almonds in. The chocolate melted beautifully in the mouth, with a full richness, dark but not bitter. Even the almonds, which are usually just there for the crunch, held their own and blended with the flavor of the chocolate. I usually hold chocolate in my mouth until it all melts, then crunch the almonds that are left behind. With this, I chomped right from the start, because the flavors belonged together.
Two tongues up!
A WRITING PROMPT BASED ON MY POST: A character discovers a wonderful taste sensation.