This made me hungry. Nimer J -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Fred's Head Companion - American Printing House for the Blind Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2009 08:53:45 -0600 (CST) From: Fred's Head Companion <fredshead@xxxxxxx> Reply-To: Fred's Head Companion <fredshead@xxxxxxx> To: nimerjaber1@xxxxxxxxx Fred's Head Companion - American Printing House for the Blind <http://www.fredshead.info/> Link to Fred's Head Companion <http://www.fredshead.info/>Chocolate Gifts of Braille <http://feeds.feedburner.com/%7Er/FredsHeadCompanion/%7E3/535638378/chocolate-gifts-for-blind-or-visually.html>
Posted: 09 Feb 2009 07:58 AM CSTAre you searching for that perfect gift for your blind or visually impaired friend or coworker? How about a chocolate bar with braille on it?
At Choco Braille you can order the following chocolate bar and other great chocolate items:
Choco Braille Greeting Cards * Size: 7" x 4" * Weight: approx. 5 oz ea. * Braille-embossed with one of 13 assorted Braille greetings * Individually enclosed in plastic & in a sturdy, fancy gold window gift box. * Enhance the gift by adding nuts & music * Available in either Gourmet or Sugar-Free * Milk, Semi-sweet or White chocolate availableThey also offer Chocolate Guide Dogs, the Easter Bunny and Valentine's day chocolate hearts.
Choco Braille Phone: 718-461-1873 Fax: 718-321-0217 Email: chocomelt@xxxxxxx <mailto:chocomelt@xxxxxxx> Web: http://members.tripod.com/%7EChocolates/greeting_bars.htmlThe History of Chocolate and The "All About Candy" websites <http://feeds.feedburner.com/%7Er/FredsHeadCompanion/%7E3/535638379/history-of-chocolate-and-all-about.html>
Posted: 09 Feb 2009 07:57 AM CSTThe approach of Valentine's Day always makes us think of chocolate (well, actually, so does almost everything). Read all about how it became both an industry and an all-consuming passion.
"The tasty secret of the cacao (kah KOW) tree was discovered 2,000 years ago in the tropical rainforests of the Americas. The pods of this tree contain seeds that can be processed into chocolate. The story of how chocolate grew from a local Mesoamerican beverage into a global sweet encompasses many cultures and continents."
Click this link to learn more about the History of Chocolate: http://www.fieldmuseum.org/chocolate/history.html <http://www.fieldmuseum.org/chocolate/history.html>.
Have you ever wondered how licorice is made, how candy canes get their stripes or how many jelly beans are sold each year? Find out the answer to these questions and more as the National Confectioners Association tells you All About Candy.
What a great web site for young and old alike. You will find chocolate trivia, recipes, holiday ideas, a history and timeline of candy, some survey data, if you want to know about candy, this is the perfect site! Best of all, the site is screen reader friendly.
Click here to visit All About Candy: http://www.candyusa.org <http://www.candyusa.org>
M&M'SWe couldn't talk about candy without mentioning M&M'S. There have been many colors and sizes over the years but children and adults still love them.
Click this link to visit http://www.M&M's.com <http://www.M&M%27s.com> and don't forget to read The Story of M&M'S <http://us.mms.com/us/about/history/story/>.
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