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.
Today (6th January) is National Shortbread Day so Snaggletooth is enjoying the buttery sugary combo of flavours. He’s also recently eaten jelly baby snowmen, dark chocolate with marzipan and tomato ketchup flavour crisps. He has no plans to start a healthy diet in 2018.
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”.
This week Snaggletooth has been eating wonderful German spiced Lebkuchen which taste of Christmas, sweet chilli smoked salmon (how posh!), Tunnock’s dark chocolate tea cakes and a fine selection of traditional British biscuits.
This week Snaggletooth has been eating Jelly Tip chocolate from New Zealand (a big thank you to my cousin James and his wife Emma for this), syrup sponge pudding and custard, lemon meringue pie and a rock lollipop.