July 2013 archive

Thame Food Festival

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Fruitful Blooms Star at Thame Food Festival

Amazing Chocolate and Rose Centrepiece

Amazing Chocolate and Rose Centrepiece

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to experience what the children in Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory did?  Flowers, plants and foliage that you can eat?

Well wonder no more, as Fruitful Blooms founder Anita Thakker will demonstrate at Oxfordshires award winning ‘Thame Food Festival’ on September 28th.   This really is the stuff from her ‘pure imagination’ as she shows visitors the intricacies of the detailed work that goes into each and every Fruitful Blooms creation.

OK so lickable wallpaper won’t be on the menu but edible flowers, leaves and even vases and sculptures are Fruitful Blooms specialty.  On the day visitors will be able to watch Anita create a chocolate sculpture and some of their floral pieces will also be on display.  For those keen to experience the true delicate and exquisite taste of Fruitful Blooms chocolate, there will be a selection of their brand new chocolate infusions.  Visitors will be treated to a garland of dark chocolate with ginger and white chocolate infused with rose petals and edible glitter, to name but a few, and some which are still under wraps!

Special Gift for Mothers Day

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Chocolate vase and Flowers

Chocolate vase and Flowers

Chocolate’s perfume is one that immediately sets the mouth alight with expectation. The waterfall of memories of the melted delicacy filling your mouth with it’s rich dark uniquely sweet signature lives inside every one of us. Experiencing chocolate just once stains the rest of your life’s culinary experience with seeking something that can even match the liquid gold sensation melting on one’s tongue. The scent, simple clear, sweet smelling and almost creamy, the expectation rises as the temptation nears one’s mouth. At the instance the cool surface of molded chocolate alights upon the tongue, the myriad flavors make themselves known individually and as a whole.

 

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