Snaggletooth loves Easter, he’s nibbled many a hot cross bun. He also enjoyed Ferrero eggs, yellow bunny Peeps and egg shaped Peeps.
Recently Snaggletooth has had a very sweet tooth. He’s eaten lemon meringue iced buns, Cadbury’s Creme Eggs, a MaltEaster bunny and a Cadbury Dairy Milk Bunny.
I once persuaded my husband to throw the horns at Cadbury World for a photo which I adore. Happy Easter everyone!
Recently Snaggletooth has been finishing off things left from Christmas (Nell Gwynne mulled cider* and a Nerds holiday rope) and eating pink things (Peeps bunnies and Sweetarts cherry ropes). He doesn’t advise you to follow his diet plan, it’s only suitable for giant disembodied heads.
*For some unfathomable reason I was dressed as Nell Gwynne as a toddler in 1977 as part of a playgroup fancy dress event for the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. I can only assume that my Nan had to come up with a costume at very short notice and decided to focus on the orange selling part of Nell’s career rather than the being the mistress of Charles II part of her career. Also, it was the 1970s and a bylaw had been passed stating that everything must be either orange or brown or unable to stand up to the scrutiny of future generations.
This week is still very much eating things left over from Christmas territory so Snaggletooth has had after dinner mints (at lunch time, he doesn’t stick slavishly to convention), tasted the dark rainbow of darkside Skittles, munched the heads off some Festive Friends biscuits and nibbled a big bar of Galaxy chocolate.
Christmas 2017 is approaching fast and Snaggletooth looks forward to some decadent foodstuffs over the next week or two. This week he’s eaten earl grey tea, Turkish delight (this is also one of my mum’s favourite nibbles), a fairy cake decorated with a jelly snowman and some jalapeno and lime flavoured cheddar cheese. The cheese was purchased from a stall at Salisbury Christmas market named “Cheeses of Nazareth”.