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  1. Lou

    You’d think the horse would look happier about the peanut butter feeding, huh?

    Boo to Kiwifruit flavoured ANYTHING, I feel about the Kiwi like you feel about the orange. Ick yuck nastynastynasty.

    Oh wow those cupcakes look incredible – I really can’t wait until Amber does a wedding recap!

  2. Gary

    Mmm…coffin chocolate 🙂

  3. Whispering Gums

    I love the sound of Genghis Khan … And it’s wonderfully colourful entrance.

    Tell Amber to hurry up with the wedding story/ies!! Please!

  4. Johanna GGG

    oh you aaaaare having fun! the artisan 2chocolate store sounds like fu1n – I think3 the corn choclate would have paired well with a chilli chocol4ate ice cream – just in case you have beeen wonderingu64gntij8hy6t5ggggggggggij – and that is as much as I can say with sylvia’s help4

  5. Choc Chip Uru

    Hahaha they make ‘scary’ candy better every year 😀
    And sweet corn ice cream? Now that sounds delish!

    Choc Chip Uru

  6. leaf (the indolent cook)

    Chilli in the eye is terrible stuff. Sweet corn ice cream in the mouth, however, is very nice indeed. Both speaking from experience. Also, that wedding cupcake looks fabulous!

  7. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    Aww, it seems you’re totally in foodie wonderland!! 😀 The ice cream varieties sound so fancy, I haven’t heard of half of them before! The most exotic thing I ever tasted in this regard was licorice ice cream which actually wasn’t even bad. 🙂 🙂

  8. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I always thought that anatomically correct was better. After all those mystery mounds on dolls always seemed a bit suspect. Or is that just me? 😛 Oh and I love Singaporean sweet corn icecream so I’m intrigued by this one! 😀

  9. Hotly Spiced

    I can’t wait to hear about the wedding! I do hope you post a photo of the bride. I love the look of the chocolate nuts and that halloween chocolate creation is certainly nothing I have ever seen before xx

  10. Helen (Grab Your Fork)

    Sweet corn ice cream is awesome! And I’m sure I would have eaten at least 21 of those sesame pancake things 🙂

  11. Hannah

    Mongolian grill! I used to love eating at those, but then the nearest one closed down and I went vegan, further complicating things. It used to be so much fun, despite the fact that my sister unfailingly managed to get sick every time we went. Ah, memories…

  12. Kirsty

    I have never had any desire to go to the US of A before, but I tell you Hannah; your photos, words and in particular – restaurant frequenting is changing my mind drastically! Keep ’em coming, I will live vicariously through you and Amber 🙂

  13. Heather @ Sweetly Raw

    Kansas City appears to be one happening place! I think I need to go there just to eat all the delicious food (eating at new places is one of my fave parts about traveling). Ah such sisterly fun! I met my soul sister in Australia so I know the feeling! Keep the fun posts coming (and lots of choccie things 😉

    1. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

      I think you need to come here too, Heather! 😉

      1. Heather @ Sweetly Raw

        If that’s an invitation you must be prepared for me to land on your doorstep Amber! 😉

        1. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

          I’ll have a bowl of kale chips ready for you! 😉

          1. Heather @ Sweetly Raw

            I will seriously come for a food fest with you one day Amber! Count my words as long as the offer stands 😀

  14. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    I love the you choose they cook philosophy. Those dough things look yum. But the cupcakes look amazing!

  15. ChopinandMysaucepan

    Dear Hannah,

    I think the horse is actually excited about the peanut butter because anatomically, we can even see his erection too, no?

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  17. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Those statues are brilliant – Europe needs to get on board with men feeding peanut butter to animals instead of sticking with their traditional styles 🙂 And Ghengis khan definitely looks like Wok to Walk, but a bit more fancy and quite a bit more fun (make your own!)…plus, those chocolate almonds look a bit like the ones I loved in Madrid (but better photographed 🙂 ). So much deliciousness! I am, however, harbouring some concern about the hot sauce in your eye. Ouch.

  18. Noelle (@singerinkitchen)

    I am so envying these foods and outings! How great!

  19. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Those wedding cupcakes look heavenly!! & my mind is blown by that sweet corn sorbet. Blown! Only in americcccccca do they have such fabulous, kooky flavours.
    Heidi xo

  20. Debi

    I do hope you got some of Christopher Elbow’s chocolates! I keep hearing wonderful things about it!

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  22. Louise

    Corn ice cream? You are a thrill seeker aren’t you? You certainly have very brave newly wed friends…. There’s a boar that is identical I think in Macquarie St in Sydney.

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