Sunday, September 30, 2007
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Friday, September 28, 2007
Thursday, September 27, 2007
“Yes, that's right, there will be FREE Chocolate at the next Monkey Toast, on Sunday, Sept. 30th. You won't want to miss it as we welcome special guests, comedian Fraser Young, film critic Richard Crouse, and the man with all the chocolate, Hershey's Canada President, Eric Lent.
Monkey Toast: The Improvised Talk Show. David Shore and The Gladstone Hotel present the biweekly improv comedy inspired by guest interviews. This week with a special guests, comedian Fraser Young, from Reel To Real, film critic Richard Crouse, and President of Hershey's Canada, Eric Lent, interviewed by Shore. This show's improvisers: Lisa Merchant, Paul Constable, Jennifer Goodhue, Sandy Jobin-Bevans, Herbie Barnes and Carolyn Taylor.
Sunday, September 30. 8pm
The Gladstone Hotel Ballroom
1214 Queen St. WestPAY WHAT YOU THINK (after the show, pay what you think it's worth)
Hope to see you there,”
"...the best comedy deal in town." - Now Magazine
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
What I was interested in trying was that cheese looking ball.I can tell you that my guess was correct; it was ball like and cheesy. It wasn’t the greatest thing I’ve ever eaten, but it was a fun adventure none the less.
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Sunday, September 23, 2007
Speaking of lollypops we hope to be adding the new “lollypop” section to the review categories soon.
Thursday, September 20, 2007
For those that aren’t really into books, PEI is the birthplace of Lucy Maud Montgomery author of Anne of Green Gables. So as you can imagine there’s a tone of merchandise with that little red head girl on it. I was surprised at how few candy treats there where with her on it so at the site of this bottle I had to have some.
Well I obviously wasn’t that excited because I took it home shoved it in the fridge and pretty much forgot about it until recently.
Monday, September 17, 2007
Secondly thanks to this helpful site, I’ve discovered the hidden bear in the Toblerone logo. So members enjoy, and the rest of you will just have to go out and get your own bar.
I also love the fact that I can decorate my room with a scary poster, well maybe slightly startling… ok it’s pretty much not scary at all. Let’s examine the more terrifying aspects of this box.
Well there are bats on the box, that’s pretty scary. I mean who isn’t even a little freaked out by bats? After all some do actually suck blood, that’s pretty creepy.
The scissors could be really sharp. One could get a nasty cut, and that would expose some blood, and who knows maybe one of those bats may fly down and it only gets worse from there.
Fangs, that’s scary and… wait a minute Count Chocula doesn’t have fangs, he has buckteeth! This is pathetic, how is he supposed to instil chocolaty fear with buckteeth?
Sunday, September 16, 2007
Friday, September 14, 2007
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Sunday, September 09, 2007
Also (on a side note) I just thought I’d let you know that I’m getting some serious spam right now so if you need to contact me or anybody at Candy Critic the absolute best way is to use the e-mail form.
Now a day they offer a huge selection of types of Oreos these golden Oreos being one of the newest.Allison told me that they had already came out with these a while ago and they where known as Ops Oreos (or something like that). I have to be honest I worry that cookie companies are going the way of many of the chocolate bar companies with variations of old treats instead of new ones. It’s not interesting and to me a little boring.
Wednesday, September 05, 2007
Tuesday, September 04, 2007
Monday, September 03, 2007
Thanks for your patients.