This month's box spoke to my heart.
It was mostly chocolate.
The first thing we opened:
had me like...
In 1849, the Austrian baker Oscar Pischinger found great fortune with a very simple creation. A super thin, light wafer cookie that flew off the shelves. To make the cake, the thin wafers were laid on top of each other, with a delicate coating o chocolate spread between each wafer. After a stack of 12 wafers were added, they were covered in a melted chocolate coating to finish off the cake.
I was so excited to try the Pizza Rolls!
I ate one...
Then Scott ate one....
Then I gave Callie one....
But you know what? They totally redeemed themselves.
The next day I tried another one, MAMA DIDN'T RAISE NO QUITTER!, and they weren't that bad.
And honestly, all of the rest of the stuff was good, and it was just chocolately. It was all kind of the same...until the last thing:
I could eat this every day.
Apple Strudel, ya'll.
Here are the rest of the snacks, all yummy:
Next month, Japan!
I am nervous, the booklet said something about a Chocolate-Covered Cheeseburger?!?!?!?
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