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  1. hannah

    I LOVE that salt and nibs chocolate and you must try the pink pepper and citrus flavour – it’s soo unusual and yummy! And I’m totally with you on wanting Trader Joes outside the US – how long til it comes to the UK??????

  2. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    Yes, Trader Joe’s outside the US please. Specifically in TO 😉

    Glad you are having such a lovely time! We’ve had such nice warm weather for you here!

    I love sea salt in chocolate. The combination of sweet and salty can’t be beat!

  3. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    These posts get better and better. It’s like there is an infinite amount of good chocolate out there and you are finding it all and drawing it to my attention.

    I laughed at the ups and downs, too, although I am a tad concerned about the bleeding head in the change room :S (Hopefully the blood didn’t go on your new perfectly fitting jeans?!)

  4. Sarah B @ Bake + Bike

    Chocolate covered cocoa nibs!!! Reignites my desire for Trader Joe’s in Canada.

    Nice waterfront photo 🙂

    I totally forgot the Santa Claus parade was happening and tried to bike across University Ave in the midst of it. Silly me.

  5. Lou

    I want those nibs.

  6. Choc Chip Uru

    Mmmmm I need those nibs right now! 🙂

    Choc Chip Uru

  7. whisperinggums

    Love your up-down post … inspired!

  8. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Now you see I’m not a huge fan of cacao nibs by themselves but coating them with chocolate? Big fan, huge!!!

  9. Marta@ What should I eat for breakfast today

    I’m sorry for your hand, but still everythins together sounds like a good experience. And the chocolate – yes yes yes!

  10. Emma

    Speaking of toppling off the couch, Psychic Cat has taken to doing that. She sleeps in a sleeping bag that we leave on the couch for her during the day. But she apparently moves around inside of it a lot, to the point where I have seen her slowly tumble off the couch and onto the floor several times. She’ll then emit a little ‘mrrrrow!’ and continue sleeping.


    Since you had capitalized the Rush in ‘Rush tickets,’ I at first thought you were headed to a Rush show. You are in Canada, after all. My fella loves Rush. I love that he loves them, but I definitely don’t love them myself:)

  11. Hotly Spiced

    I also hate trying on clothes and want to be able to buy everything on my list in the first store I enter. I’ve also come out of a change room bleeding. Someone left one half of a security tag on the floor (the needle half) and I put my heel down on it and that needle went an inch into my foot. There was more than just copious blood – there was pain! Glad there’s a lot going on in Toronto to give you hysterics! xx

  12. Johanna GGG

    I feel the same way about my blog backlog – must get it posted because I know I will have lots to post about my forthcoming scottish trip – just not enough hours in the day – though am glad your are finding time for laughter and enjoying the view

  13. Heather @ Sweetly Raw

    Looks like a lot more ups than downs in Toronto! And much delicious choccie eating going on 😉

  14. Ali

    I have your same tolerance to clothes shopping….nothing worse than going shop to shop finding clothes to buy! I miss jeans shopping in Canada (and US)….always found something to buy…and always at a reasonable price! I’m hanging on to my North America jeans for as long as I can!!

  15. Catherine

    That madecassé chocolate sounds amazing!

  16. Bianca @ Confessions of a Chocoholic

    I see those nibs at TJs but haven’t purchased them yet. But seeing that you like them – and I trust your chocolate tastes – I will try them myself soon 😉

  17. Doreen Pendgracs

    Glad you’re enjoying Toronto. It’s quite the city!

    In all the chocolate I’ve eaten all over the world, chocolate made with beans from Madagascar is unquestionably my favourite. There’s something about that flavour …

  18. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Boo no ballet tickets!! I so need a good fitting pair of jeans. On my wish list! Hope your hand is ok, lovely. Yay for winning nibs!!!!! 🙂
    Heidi xo

  19. Sig

    Yay for Toronto!! And this chocolate looks and sounds it would be delicious….mmmm nibs. (Is it weird that I constantly get nibs and ‘nips’ confused in my head?? Maybe I’m starting my obsession with boobs too early :P)

  20. Agnes

    I just ate the Madécasse. (It’s lovely.) And it’s like we’re connected through chocolate. AWWWW.

  21. Debi

    OOOOH! I was going to take a picture of the Madecasse I had and tell you to try. 😀 The cinnamon & sakay was amazing. I was thinking of you when I bought it because I told you I would try chocolate with spicy pepper in it again and this one was AMAZING! I tried the grapefruit & pepper, too, but not as good as the cinnamon & sakay. 😀

  22. Debi

    I will never send you orange flavored chocolate…now that I know you don’t like oranges from your NYC Chobani adventure. 😉

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