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28 Aug 2008 11:51 #25039

Well, Justin, now won't that just be something to hear if I start talking like that? :wink:

Thanks Lorchen, you're so sweet......and I'm so excited!

Dana in Olive Branch, MS
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28 Aug 2008 08:52 #25037

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:D Well, ain't y'all the lucky 4??????? Lorchen, you're so "sweet" to treat these 4 Yanks to the Malthesers. Gals, you're going to love 'em. Yes, they are very much like Whoppers; but I agree that Whoppers are not quite as good. But I've got to warn you, too many and you'll start talking the Queens English, Cockney, Kettering, Corby, or even Scouser. So be warned Ann, Dana, Patti, and Wanda, you're families may not know who's cooking dinner the night you receive them in the post. Who know's, you might even find yourself preparing summer pudding for desert.

Love you Lorchen; thanks for bringing back fond memories from my 6 week trip England, Scotland, and Wales.

Justin
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28 Aug 2008 07:12 #25034

Whoppers sort of equal Maltesers... but Maltesers are sooooooo much better YUM!!

Our specialty grocery stores around here sell UK candy so periodically, DH will bring me home a box or two.
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28 Aug 2008 05:27 #25030

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I think you are right. It does sound like they are describing Whoppers. Yummy. Those who get them will have to tell us if that is correct. Lorna
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28 Aug 2008 05:03 #25029

I think our Malt Balls or Whoppers are the American version of these delicious sounding candy. I love Malt Balls and I won't tell on you all on the Fit and Trim Forum.
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28 Aug 2008 03:48 #25028

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Good morning!

First, let me apologize to Justin for highjacking his special place in order to spread a little joy with the help of Malthesers. :)

So, the lucky ones are: Ann, Dana, Patti, and Wanda. Yes, I know, that's four, and I CAN count up to four, even though I work in special needs. Giggle....... I'll just have to get another bag. They'll be posted on Monday. Airmail from the UK can take anything between 3 days and 10 days. I have Ann's snail mail address. Please, Dana, Patti, and Wanda, let me have yours ( mailto:hannelore_nunn@hotmail.com )

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27 Aug 2008 23:20 #25026

Oh boy, can I be number three? I would love that......and I'm with Patti.....please don't tell........ :D :twisted: :D

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27 Aug 2008 22:15 #25024

Yes please but please don't tell the folks on the fit and trim thread! :twisted:
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27 Aug 2008 20:03 #25018

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Ann got in first, so one of the bags of Malthesers is hers. Just two more looking for a home now. :)

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27 Aug 2008 18:02 #25011

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Well, that homeycomb centre is slightly malty in flavour, hence 'Malthesers'. :)

I've been shopping tonight and picked up some Malthesers. So, I'll send a pack to the first three who say 'Yes, please' here. :)

Don't put your snail mail address in your message. Send that to me direct via the message link in my profile.

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27 Aug 2008 09:19 #24987

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Oh my, good thing they aren't found around here. I would really have to have self-control! :lol:
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27 Aug 2008 07:12 #24979

So that's what a Maltheser is! I used to get them in Canada (I grew up in northern MN on the Canadian border). They were one of my favorite treats as a child - hate to tell you how many years it's been since I had one!
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27 Aug 2008 06:27 #24975

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Oh my! My mouth is watering just thinking of the combination. CHeryl
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27 Aug 2008 04:37 #24971

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:) Hey Ritzy

I haven't had any for a while but if my memory serves me correctly they are balls of honeycomb with a thin coating of chocolate. They just melt in your mouth, and are gone too quickly. Yum yum!!


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