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  1. Maureen | Orgasmic Chef

    I’m cool with lemon myrtle I’ve grown that and love it but Jindilli nuts? Who’s ever heard of those? I want to try some! 🙂

  2. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Dorito flavours in chocolate are not, truth be told, something I’m very sure about either. The lemon myrtle bar sounds lovely though! As for jindilli, I’d like macadamias more if they went by that name 🙂 I’m also thinking that pistachio is actually a really cool name for a child…but perhaps I’m a bit tired too because I’m quite certain the child wouldn’t agree.

  3. Catherine

    Hannah, are you still tired? Christmas is always such a crescendo hey? Ps I just wrote a blog post about How to Love th Cold. With tips!!
    Love lemongrass so that would be for moi too.

  4. Jess

    Ooh, Doritos chocolate, how delicious. 😛 That reminds me of the time that I had foie gras in Paris (I wish I hadn’t had foie gras but it came as an unexpected part of a meal I ordered) and I was like “Hmm, tastes like… Cheezels? Wait, no, seriously, this has very strong and distinct notes of Cheezels”. I couldn’t get past that.

  5. Ashley

    Doritos chocolate…what is this?! Now I definitely want to try…

  6. Helen (Grab Your Fork)

    Ha I bet there are several Pistachios enrolling in elementary school next year. And jindilli nut = macadamia is my fact for the day!

  7. janet @ the taste space

    You are too cute. One may not name their kid Jindilli, but how about a pet? We have a long list of potential cat names: Chickpea (female), Garbanzo (male) and recently added Miso and Mochi after hearing about Kristi’s cats!

  8. Shenandoah Vegan

    I’m interested in that little flying critter on the Bush Tomato Chocolate. How is that little thing involved in the candy? Same question for that pic of the old man on the Lemon Myrtle candy.

  9. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    You my dear lead an exhausting life- but one so full of joy and amazingness it’s almost worth the exhaustion yes?

  10. Johanna GGG

    you eat chocolate to prepare for parties? hilarious! And you do sound incredibly busy but in a good fun smiley way – hey you don’t even seem to have time to notice the weather! And your joyous chatter is just delightful! Enjoy and hope you get some rest

  11. Hotly Spiced

    You do sound incredibly busy. I didn’t realise you were working so much. I love lemon myrtle and have used it often to flavour poultry but never thought to enjoy it with chocolate – I’d like to try this xx

  12. whisperinggums

    I never knew that macadamias were also called jindilli nuts. Amazing what you learn reading blogs, even one’s own daughter’s. (BTW We will get onto tasting the two Yarra Valley chocs we bought soon. If we knew they wouldn’t melt in transit they’d be yours but as it is, well, we’ll just have to eat them ourselves.)

  13. Dayna

    That jindilli chocolate is so WEIRD! I think you deserve a break, and by that I mean finding a way to vacation in Kansas City again, so you can come on adventures with Amber, Trish and I. 🙂

  14. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Well in that great Australian tradition, Jindilli would probably be shortened to Jill so that’s not so bad. Cashew would be shortened to Cash and macadamia to Mac!