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Sunday, February 5, 2012

Storytelling Sunday – the chocolate fountain

storytelling feb

A kilo of chocolate in the chocolate fountain seemed like an awful lot of chocolate but with 15 people and bowls of marshmallows, plum, apricot and orange it soon disappeared. 

Joining up with Sian’s Storytelling Sunday – the photo and a few words version. 

22 comments:

Amy said...

My hairdresser was just telling me this week how good these are .. twice in the one week - a message for me I am sure!

alexa said...

Oh, and I haven't even had breakfast yet! Looks luscious ...

Chipper said...

We were given one once and decided we would eat far too much chocolate if we kept it. So we passed it on to someone else with more self control than me! But they are so much fun.

heart.hearth.home. said...

That looks amazing! It would be dangerous for a chocoholic like me to be anywhere near to one though, so I will just ogle your picture!

Lynn said...

Yum Yum!

Alison said...

The worrying thing is that I could very probably have got through that myself!!!
Alison xx

Peachy Stream said...

Yum - these are seriously good!

K said...

mmmmmmmm, that looks absolutely delicious, though I have to admit I have avoided buying one as the thought of the washing up & the wasted chocolate puts me off.

Ruth said...

I imagine that it must be really rich ...

Sian said...

Oh, yes, that's the perfect combination of a photo and a story in a few words! And what a very tempting looking fountain it is too..

Thanks for joining us this month Helena, it's great to see you

Deb @ Paper Turtle said...

YUM!!! Now I need chocolate...

furrypig said...

We were bought a choccie fountain a few years back and it remains unused in it's box! I think it would be really messy... am I wrong??? Is it all worth it???

Melissa said...

Wow, that photo & the one sentence certainly tell a great story . . . and it looks yummy, too.

Lizzie said...

Awww... so nice!! We bought DS a chocolate fondue, for his annual Christmas party. It's been used two years in a row now and goes down very well! This time I melted dark and white chocolate, then carefully poured them into the fondue dish, so there was a half-and-half effect. That caused great excitement. J. and his friends had a wonderful time, dipping in their skewers, bearing bits of fruit (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, mandarin segments, grapes) and small biscuits etc. They were quiet for five whole minutes!
That chocolate fountain looks wonderful, but sounds sticky and gooey - not to mention expensive. Lovely though! Now then, is dinner ready yet?

scrappyjacky said...

It would have disappeared here as well!!

Jo said...

Wow, my mouth is watering :)

Jimjams said...

Yum :o)

Maria Ontiveros said...

Excellent picture story today!
Rinda

Gail said...

It looks yummy - always a favourite of mine at buffets but would be deadly in our house. :)

Scattychick said...

They are fab we had ours going at a party and this little group of teenage girls were gathered around it all night long lol

Amy said...

I'm drooling just at the thought, goodbye diet! Haha.
xXx

Missus Wookie said...

Looks amazing but messy to me. Fab photo - really tells the story.