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Friday, April 25, 2008

Finding Your Bliss

***WINNER PICKED 4/28 WITH RANDOM.ORG*** ***CONGRATULATIONS, KRISINDA (non-blogger)!!!***
her comment: Giving my son chocolate for the 1st time this Christmas. He had found it in his stocking and bought it to me. The second he tasted it, he ran back and grabbed handfuls for me to open.

RUNNERS-UP:
Alithea
LilyK
Rockin' Mama
Michelle



Tomorrow, I'm supposed to be hosting a House Party to sample Hershey's Bliss, a new line of chocolates from the trusted old favorite. Of course, my friends all suck and I've only gotten one confirmation, so it's apparently going to be a playgroup with two four year olds and an insane amount of chocolate…so I'm cordially inviting all of my Bloggy Carnival friends to share in the rich, chocolatey wealth.



Hershey's Bliss comes in three varieties: milk chocolate, milk chocolate with a meltaway center, and dark chocolate (my personal fave). Each piece is wrapped in jewel-toned foil. It might be too special to leave out for the kids, although Roo is pretty good at finding it no matter where I hide it. It's schmancy enough to serve to your lady friends, should you have a book club or kaffee klatch that requires such things. Overall, it's CHOCOLATE, people. Silky, melty, divine. Yum.



To enter and win some Hershey's Bliss of your own (one bag of each flavor!), please comment on this post with your favorite chocolate memory. Four runners-up will also receive some Hershey's Bliss swag, including shopping list notepads and pens.

Entries will be accepted through April 27th and I'll pick the winner using Random.org. US/Canada readers are eligible. Only one entry/comment per person, please.

Make sure you leave an email address in your comment or that you have one accessible on your blog so you can be contacted if you win! Or, you may choose to check for your nickname at Prizey.Fetch, a new site that compiles winners in one convenient place:

151 comments:

  1. My favorite chocolate memory was from this Easter. I don't give my daughter a lot of chocolate so at Easter I left her have a 2.5 oz chocolate rabbit. She had it EVERYWHERE on her! I think the majority of it was on her cheeks and thank goodness I hadn't put her Easter dress on yet for pictures. It was so adorable though.

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  2. Chocolate! :)
    I guess my favorite chocolate memory is making s'mores over a bonfire we had in our back yard. My brother and his now wife were being really silly that one time and smearing chocolate all over each other's faces!

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  3. Oops, forgot my e-mail address in that last comment. :(
    misshoney_bee(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  4. mmm... baking brownies with my sister, triple fudge with pecans, yum my favorite =) Thanks for offering this.

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  5. When my 2yr old was about 8 months old my then 2yr old gave him some chocolate behind my back. When I found him he was happily covered in chocolate head to foot and grinning. It was so cute.

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  6. My favorite chocolate memory is when my first boyfriend bought me a huge bag of Lindt truffles. I thought that was the height of sophistication!

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  7. Can it be a recent memory? Like yesterday? Cuz my roommate was making chocolate-covered matza (for Passover) when we spur of the moment decided to dip marshmallows and peanuts in the melted chocolate as well. It was a sweet (pardon the pun) time with two great friends.

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  8. Shelly, that is so funny, the exact same thing happened to me with my first boyfriend. Same brand and everything, I thought he being was sooooo fancy. =)

    mitanari@yahoo.com

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  9. My favorite chocolate memory is eating tons of chocolate when I was pregnant!

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  10. My mom would buy be a big chocolate peanut butter bunny every year for Easter!

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  11. For birthdays my mother used to make Mrs. Fields chocolate cakes. The frosting is beyond delicious. I should probably make one sometime soon...


    hello DOT scarlett AT gmail DOT com

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  12. my fav memory would be baking cookies with my daughter email me alloye2000@yahoo

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  13. My favorite chocolate memory is when I was recovering from anorexia, and I was very nearly force-fed York Peppermint Patties -- first one per evening, up to ten per day -- and then finally back to real food. It's a sad memory but also a favorite, because if it hadn't worked, I would have lost custody of my children.

    Thank you for this chance to win chocolate, one of my favorite foods! :)

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  14. cool blog! my favourite chocolate is anything by cadbury, particularly their marshmellow easter eggs!

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  15. My fondest memory is of chocolate cheese. Yes, it was chocolate cheese. It tasted kind of like fudge. We found it at one of those road side tourists stores. I haven't been able to find it since.

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  16. My favorite chocolate memory is this one year my father and I got very messy while baking chocolate chip cookies for the family Christmas party and some extra to give to neighbors, etc. Now-a-days he doesn't have the enrgy to do it anymore and I do the task alone but it was that last time with him was the messiest and best time I've had with my father in a while.

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  17. tvollowitz@aol.comApril 25, 2008 7:54 PM

    My dad used to hide the hershey kisses and tubs of milk chocolate frosting in the back of the fridge. I would find them and sneak pieces of yummy milk chocolate!

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  18. We went to Dave and Busters a few years ago and ordered a chocolate fondut. It was really delicious and I'd never had something like that where you can dip a bunch of different things. We're thinking of getting a chocolate fountain for our wedding.

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  19. wow, how to pick a favorite? i'll just put the most recent chocolate memory - last night while entering as many bloggy giveaways as i could :)

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  20. My favorite chocolate memory is of S'Mores. Wherever, whenever, just s'mores!

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  21. My favorite chocolate memory is of being in middle school and at a friends house. A bunch of us kids were having hot chocolate as a snack and one of the kids made me laugh so hard the hot chocolate came out my nose. I didn't think it was so funny then but I appreciate the humor now and my kids always ask me to tell them the story. Thanks
    Beck2jeff at adelphia dot net

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  22. Mmm... Chocolate! Let's see, chocolate memory? Oh! Baking a no egg, chocolate wacky cake for my parent's anniversary as a surprise when I was a teen! Soooo fun!

    mpatry[at]telus[dot]net

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  23. When I was a teenager, we lived in a rural area. The sign that said our exit was ahead 1 mile always seemed to us to be closer than that. So one night on the way home from Wal-Mart, Mom and I decided to measure it. Somehow, with both of us watching extra-closely for it so we could hit the trip meter at just the right moment, we missed the exit! The next exit took us to some back road. Mom was popping the Hershey's Kisses we'd just bought, as fast as I could unwrap them! We did finally find our way home, but we still marvel over how we could possibly have missed the exit that night! lol

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  24. My favorite chocolate memory was when I was in junior high. I had a bag of Hershey's kisses on the counter to take to school for a project of some kind. In the morning I discovered NO BAG. I got incredibly mad at my chocoholic dad for eating my entire bag of chocolate, even though he denied it. My mom was mad too since she had to run me to the store early to get a new bag.

    Later that day our dog started pooping metallic silver paper. He had eaten the entire bag, plastic, chocolate, paper and all. Our dog was fine thankfully, it could have turned out really badly! But I owed my dad a really big apology for getting so mad at him!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  25. My favorite chocolate memory is having ice cream with my grandpa when I was very small. I got a scoop of chocolate on a sugar cone. I took one lick and the ball of ice cream fell to the floor. I wanted to cry, but my grandfather immediately got me another cone. I took one lick off this 2nd cone, and it too fell right on the ground. This time I did cry, but thinking quickly, my wonderful grandfather got me another scoop of ice cream....this time in a dish!!


    Great giveaway. Thanks for your generosity.

    fairydancer40[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  26. Chocolate - must have some effect on my memory because when I think about it, all I see is deep rich brown and not anything else!

    Though I vaguely recollect long survival hikes with my dad and chocolate at the end of them as the reward. And hot chocolate at the end of long moonlit survival walks in the snow.

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  27. Wow, a favorite chocolate memory?? The first one that stands out is when I made chocolate chip muffins to take as a breakfast to a grown-up sleepover I went to. At least I intended to save them as a breakfast treat... they were such a hit that there were none left come morning. :-)

    Thank you for the chance to win! Yummy stuff. :-)

    author_erin(at)lycos(dot)com

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  28. Several years back-- I saw an ad in a magazine for a free sample of truffles. I'm not sure if I called or sent a postcard-- but I ended up with 2 magnificent, to die for truffles. Oooooooh, so melt in your mouth good!

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  29. Sometimes when it was cold, Mom would make us this breakfast of biscuit and chocolate gravy. The gravy was actually more of a thin syrup that she'd make from Hershey's Cocoa. She'd also give us a cup of homemade chocolate.

    hafner611 {AT} gmail {DOT} com

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  30. I guess my favorite chocolate memory is making chocolate chip cookies with my kids. They love the cookies :).

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  31. Thanks for giving away one of my favorite food groups! Years ago, I used to work for Godiva and being able to, required to actually, eat chocolate all the time was heaven!

    But a good memory I have is of DH and I when we were first dating. I had mentioned in a phone conversation that I was craving Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and he came over later and brought me a bag of the minis! I thought it was sweet. I'm having a last minute giveaway too. Please stop by.

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  32. my favorite chocolate memory is baking cakes with my sons. when we are done they love to lick the left over icing (like all kids) and its soo cute to see the chocolate smeared all over their faces!

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  33. my favorite memory is finding a whole bunch of wrappers in the kitchen and then finding my son in his bedroom with chocolate all over his face and hands.

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  34. Baking cookies with family-good times
    KawaiiNeko2008 (at) aol (dot) com

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  35. My favorite chocolate memory is my daughter's first b-day, complete w/ chocolate cake!

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  36. When i was in 3rd grade, my grandparents took my family on an Easter cruise. We got a lot of Easter chocolate and I packed it in my cruise ship bag. I took the bag on the first port (in the hot Caribbean sun). All my Easter chocolate melted & my bag was ruined. I learned a very important chocolate lesson that day & have not repeated it. Thanks!

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  37. My favorite chocolate memory is going to Hershey Park and getting free candy!

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  38. It's kind of a sad memory, really, but the only very vivid memory I have of chocolate: I got one of my favorite things, a chocolate orange, in my Christmas stocking, just like most every year. You know how to eat those, right? First you whack it nice and hard on a firm surface, to dislodge all the pieces inside. Then you unwrap it and eat it.
    Well, I whacked this particular chocolate orange on one of my favorite dinner plates. Not a table top or a desk, nope, a dinner plate. And you know what happened? It instantly broke into perfect pie-shaped pieces. And my chocolate orange didn't break at all...I had to whack it again.
    Poor, poor dinner plate.

    Thank you for the giveaway! I'm dying to try these chocolates now that I know about them!

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  39. yumm please enter me thanks for entering my giveaway too!

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  40. My favorite chocolate memory is eating chocolate covered strawberries with my now husband when we were at a dance in college.

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  41. My favourite chocolate memory is from my childhood when my dad bought me and my best friends some Lion bars. They are only available in Europe now and I miss them terribly...but I still have fonds memories of it.

    fertawert AT yahoo DOT com

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  42. When I was a child, my doctor used to give me a Hershey's chocolate bar at the end of our visit. I remember him letting me open his desk drawer to get it.

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  43. Making brownies with my mom when I was a toddler, then getting to eat them warm out of the oven after my bath!! I love passing along these sweet traditions to my own children.
    Thanks!

    meg.wilson@gmail.com

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  44. My favorite chocolate memory is when my brothers and I all had chicken pox and my mom let us lick the brownie batter off the beaters...such a treat!

    Thanks for doing the giveaway!

    mccammacks(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  45. Sign me up! Those look so good! nw_wife(at)hotmail(dot)com My favorite chocolate memory is when my mom would make chocolate pudding cake and serve it hot from the oven with vanilla ice cream. Only on very special occasions!

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  46. When I went into labor with my last daughter, my guy friend would go out everyday and get me a box of Godiva's. It was such a nice treat in the hospital!

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  47. My favorite chocolate memory is S'mores. I went to Camp Fire Girl camp when I was 7 and tasted them for the first time. I still remember how ooey and gooey they were. I have had many S'mores over the years, but none tasted as good as my first one.

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  48. I'd love to win this great giveaway.
    One fave chocolate memory is of using Hershey's bars to make Smores around the campfire every summer when we go camping. It's a wonderful treat for all.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  49. as a kid ...dipping hershey bars in jif..yum

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  50. My favourite chocolate memory was from when we toured a candy factory in Oregon one time. They had a chocolate waterfall in their entryway, just like Willy Wonka had. Of course it was all for show. They said it would have been too nasty to eat, but it made a good display.

    I would love to be entered in your drawing. Chocolate is a prize that will get my attention ever time.

    Michelle
    michelle (at) northofthe49 (dot) com
    www.northofthe49.com

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  51. I am so not the baking kinda mom but my best chocolate memory happened a few weeks ago. I have a close friend who is that kind of mom. Well she had once made this thing called Oreo Balls(aka truffles). Those things are to die for. well she talked me through making my own batch over the phone and boy let me tell ya....IT WAS DA BOMB!!! I am still so proud of me :~)

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  52. We put Hershey's chocolate with marshmellow over graham crackers and melted them.

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  53. Even when we are really, really broke, my husband will bring me M&Ms when I am pms'ing. It is really sweet of him! Of course for him it is probably just smart.

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  54. My niece had a metabolic disorder so she wasn't allowed chocolate, it could be fatal in the right amounts. One day her mom and I were talking and she got into my bag of Hershey kisses. She had never even tried to eat chocolate before, she knew it was bad for her, but that day, for some reason she popped one in her mouth. As soon as the taste hit her, her eyes got big, she lit up all over, and says "mmmmm, MOM, CHOC is sooooo good!" Luckily, one piece isn't fatal, and since she's had a liver transplant that cured her of the disorder, so now, she eats all the choc she wants! lol.

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  55. My favorite chocolate memory was the time I first tasted baking chocolate. It was so bitter that I spit it out!

    a.l.goldsby@mac.com

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  56. mmmmmmmm! CHOCOLATE!

    pink_piranha at mergoddess . net

    Thanks

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  57. My favorite chocolate memories include making chocolate chip cookies with my mom and bonding while eating chocolate fudge brownies with my dad.


    gotfire (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  58. Giving my son chocolate for the 1st time this Christmas. He had found it in his stocking and bought it to me. The second he tasted it, he ran back and grabbed handfuls for me to open.

    krisindam at mac dot com

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  59. Favorite chocolate moment? Every time I put a unique piece of chocolate in my mouth and I feel it passionately melt... is just a special moment!
    bedreamy(at)gmail(dot)com

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  60. Chocolate yummm!!! One fun memory I have is when I was a teenager, some friends & I had gone to Hershey Park for the day, it ended up raining for awhile in the afternoon, it was thunderstorm type stuff where we figured it would pass over & we could go back to the rides, but while it was raining we went through the free Hershey chocolate tour 3 or 4 times just to keep getting the free hershey kiss at the end (& to pass the time) LOL.

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  61. Favorite memory would be eating the chocolates from the heart shaped box my grandpa would give me every year for Valentine's Day. Great giveaway! Count me in. bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  62. It's hard to choose, but one of my favourite chocolate memories is of when my mom's friend taught me how to make truffles. I was about seven, and I felt very grown up.

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  63. My favorite chocolate memory is actually a sucession of memories. I grew up about an hour and half from San Francisco. Every few years my uncle and aunt would take us on a daytrip there. A major highlight was going to Ghiradelli square and having a very expensive very luscious hot fudge sundae. YUM! I went a few years ago with my husband while visiting from out of state and that sundae was still just as good as I rememeber it!

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  64. teaching my kids to make brownies! we always sprinkle the top with chocolate chips before we bake them :)

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  65. my fave memory...being pregnant and not caring how much chocolate I ate!

    dotti
    tree_stump50@yahoo

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  66. For our first Valentine's with kids, my DH special ordered two POUNDS of chocolate from a specialty place in NY to be shipped to us--I savored a piece or two a day for a LONG time...

    Thanks for the fun! Chocolate makes the world go 'round, you know :)

    f dot chen at comcast dot net

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  67. when i was little I FOUND MY EASTER BASKET WHEN I WASN'T SUPPOSED TO... AND THEN SAT BEHIND THE COUCH, ATE THE WHOLE THING AND PUT IT BACK EMPTY!

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  68. A chocolate-y memory? Hmmm! An online-friend of mine came to visit me, and he brought me from Germany...guess what! Some yummy chocolate. :)

    InternationalFreebies.net == internationalfreebies AT gmail DOT com

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  69. My favorite Chocolate memory would have to be Easter Sunday when I was a child. Our baskets were always on the kitchen table, and full of chocolate treats (including a bunny, of course)!

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  70. My favorite chocolate memory is of holloween when my brothers and I would attack the many apartment buildings close to our house and would go from door to door showing off our costumes to each tennant and would get loads of candy and a few extra oohs and aahs from the elderly people.

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  71. I have a Dark Chocolate Bliss dissolving in my mouth as I type this.Terrific taste and tantalizing texture!

    klayton@nc.rr.com

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  72. My foavorite memmory is eating ice cream with my grandmother and watching the soap operas with her during the summer

    danny32560@yahoo.com

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  73. My daughter used to hate chocolate when she was little and her tastebuds hadn't sorted out their signals. So my favorite memory would be the day she reluctantly agreed to try a piece of my Hershey's bar. The way her little face lit up made my heart just melt.

    dragonmum69@yahoo.com

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  74. I can't pass up chocolate. My favorite chocolate memory is actually from the seventh grade. I had a "boyfriend" around Valentine's Day who got me one of those gigantice Hersey Kissses. I just remember feeling so special. Of course we probably "broke up" a week later, but I still remember being the envy of my friends and really enjoying all that chocolate.

    egreca [at] hotmail [dot] com

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  75. My favorite chocolate memory is the choclate candy bars my grandpa had hidden in the drawers of his dresser. That was always his special treat for us. I'll never forget it.

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  76. my favorite memory would be the first time my daughter ate chocolate. It was all over her :0) What a mess, but it as so cute.

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  77. My favorite chocolate memory is my dad making me chocolate bisuits with hershey's cocoa when I was young. Even at 41 he will still make it for me if I ask him to. Hershey's chocolates...... please pinch me.......I think I have died and gone to heaven ;as I sit here slobering just thinking of winning this wonderful gift

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  78. My favorite chocolate memory is being swamped with work and at lunch being able to eat my favorite chocolate bar to be able to make it through the rest of the day. LOL. Thank you for this. catlover82@sbcglobal.net

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  79. sharing a chocolate bar with my sister when we were 2 and 3 years of age

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  80. My favorite chocolate memory is of when my dad took us as kids to a candy store and bought us chocolate covered honeycomb candy.

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  81. A Great Big Chocolate Easter Egg is my favorite choco-memory!

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  82. my favoritte chocolate memory is going on the ride in hershey park and getting a piece of chocolate when you get off. Then we walked into the enormous store FILLED with chocolate. Best day ever!

    qtelee143@yahoo.com

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  83. My favorite chocolate memory is when I was a little girl and my mom was baking and using the unsweetened Hershey's syrup in a cookie recipe. She had to leave the room for a minute and told me not to try it because it doesn't taste good. I thought "chocolate not tasting good....right". I dipped my finger in and tasted it and YUCK!! She came back in about that time and giggled like crazy!

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  84. My favorite chocolate memory is finding an easter egg nest in the antique unused stove in May...!

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  85. Few Easters ago my Mother in law made chocolate Cream pie (with cool-whip and chocolate pieces on top)as an in your face to my brother in laws girl fiend/now wife...she THINKS she a Queen and she Don't like chocolate cream pie (everyone else does though)

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  86. My favorite chocolate memory was when my teenage daughter was about 3 and I taught her how to make chocolate dipped strawberries. We ended up with more chocolate on our faces and hands than there was on the strawberries.

    renee
    penguinchick@comcast.net

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  87. I was an evil kid...when my brother was asleep, I'd pour chocolate syrup in his bed to make it look like diarrhea..haha.

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  88. Roses are red
    Violets are blue.
    Please pick me
    And I'll love you!

    From the biggest chocoholic evah!

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  89. My favorite memory is of chocolate covered coconut eggs that an old friend of the family use to make for me when I was a little girl. These were the best.
    Thanks for this giveaway. Love chocolate!

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  90. The first time I received a box of chocolates was when I was around 10years old, my Dad gave me a box of chocolate covered cherries for Valentine's Day.

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  91. about an hour ago..that was yummy :)

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  92. my favorite chocolate memory was when i took my niece to the mall. she was so bored LOL so we walked into a see's candy store to buy a lollipop and they gave us a free chocolate as usual. that sure cheered her up! it's amazing what chocolate can do.

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  93. My favorite chocolate memory was when I was a child. On Christmas morning I would run downstairs to look in my stocking that was hung on the fireplace. Inside was always my favorite cholate santa wrapped in foil. Those were the days!

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  94. We went to the Hershey Factory several year ago and went to Hershey Park. It was over 100 degrees while we were there and of course all the chocolate we bought was melted in a big hunk but we refrigerated it and simply broke off a piece when we wanted it.

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  95. When I was little, I use to love the Hershey's peppermint patties. For Christmas one year Santa brought me a stocking full of those peppermint patties. It took me a long time to eat them all. After that I didn't like them all that much. :)

    Now they are my son's favorite, and I will be sure that Santa doesn't bring him a stocking full. I don't want him to get sick of eating them like I did. LOL

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  96. My best chocolate memory has to do with my engagement to my husband. He proposed to be at Christmas Candylane in HersheyPark, PA because that was also where we went on our first date three years earlier. It was gorgeous with all of the twinkling lights and chocolate smells in the air. Every time I eat Hershey's, I think of this moment.
    emilymae33@hotmail.com

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  97. My favorite chocolate memory is the first time I had a pecan mudslide from Diary Queen.

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  98. My most vivid memory is that when I was 8yrs.old,it was Christmas,I was sick and the doc said no candy.Well, all of the other kids sat and ate their candy in front of me.But about a month later I was able to eat mine and they wanted some.They were told that they couldn't because they didn't listen and had ate theirs in front of me.They were made to sit and watch me eat mine! Ha,Ha !

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  99. My favorite chocolate memory is when I went to the Hershey spa and had the chocolate wrap.Yummy

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  100. My favorite chocolate memory is years ago when my Dad arrived home late with a box of cherry chocolates and my mother grabbed them from him and jumped up and down on the box. What a waste of cholate--my favorite food!
    pms3237@aol.com

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  101. My favorite chocolate memory was from this Easter.

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  102. My favorite chocolate memory is when the hotel brings you fresh chocolates to have before bedtime.
    naabbott@aristotle.net

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  103. My favorite chocolate memory was going to Walmart at 3 am back in college to buy white chocolate bunnies, clothes hangers, soy sauce, and a birthday card.

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  104. My favorite chocolate recipe is when growing up, my Nana used to make me the MOST wonderful, choclately, milkshakes! I just remember her putting vanilla ice cream and TONS of chocolate! Then, I'd add more chocolate syrup!!

    chefdaddy79@yahoo.com

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  105. When I was a kid, my mom would buy the "real" semi sweet chocolate chips. I made the discovery one day that our dog, a beautiful boxer named Tammy, also loved "my" chocolate chips!!

    I would ask for chocolate chips daily and lead Tammy around the back yard with them; of course eating the whole way!!

    Thanks for this, that was a fun memory


    anne_c_taylor@hotmail.com

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  106. running all over creation trick or treating

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  107. I used to live in a town about 45 minutes from Hershey. As a child, every so often at the bus stop we could smell chocolate in the air, which was magical. It is one of my favorite childhood memories.

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  108. The Hershey Kiss tour at Hershey Park is my favorite chocolate memory.

    carissaad at gmail dot com

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  109. It had to be when I got my first chocolate bunny for Easter. I couldn't believe I was allowed to eat that much chocolate at once. Awesome!

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  110. My favorite chocolate memory is of my Mom attempting to make fudge for the family. It wouldn't harden, so we called it "spoon candy" and it was still delicious!
    guysrose at aol dot com

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  111. Making homemade fudge with Mom using the recipe from the old Hershey cocoa tin.

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  112. Every Easter my grama put a solid orange chocolate bunny in my basket. She cut it into pieces and froze them so I could have it all year. I miss those bunnies.

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  113. my favotite memory is aunt annies chocolate pie she always made on sunday. it became an addiction and a treasured memory.

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  114. I fondly remeber chocolate and peanut butter Hershey's eggs.

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  115. my favorite chocolate memory is my first one pound chocolate easter bunny. That thing seemed bigger than I was. In my mind I'd be able to eat it all in one sitting because my father cautioned me not to. Instead I could barely eat one fourth of that bunny but boy did I love it

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  116. an interesting chocolate memory, they were selling these amazing chocolate malts at school, and i didn't finish it, but wanted to save it, so i put the top on and put it in my backpack, well, i guess the top popped off and the chocolate malt exploded all over my book and folders, it was pretty funny, and everything smelled like chocolate, i licked most of the stuff clean ;}

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  117. My favorite chocolate memory was going to my aunt's house - she'd always have a chocolate something waiting for me from See's Candy. :)

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  118. MY FAVOURITE CHOCOLATE MEMORY IS THE FIRST BOX OF CHOCOLATES MY HUSBAND (THEN BOYFRIEND) BOUGHT FOR ME.

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  119. Any chocolate memory is a good memory for me - I used to love making buckeyes as a kid. I was fascinated by the paraffin. I still love anything with chocolate and peanut butter.

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  120. a chocolate memory of mine was i used to work in this place that was right across the street from this amazing chocolate shop, everyday me and my friend would get like half a pound of chocolate, and we sat in bliss eating our chocolate, it made work awesome!

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  121. My favourite chocolate memory is making Chocolate Chip Cookies with my Mom and Sister :)

    aab60@grandecom.net

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  122. I remember my mom making us chocolate pudding on special occaisions....I still love it as an adult, since it brings back such sweet memories

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  123. probably as a kid remembering the huge baskets at Easter time filled with chocolates :)

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  124. My fav chocolate memory is making and eating homemade chocolate covered cherries at christmas.

    Tonya

    tmf315@hotmail.com

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  125. I remember as a child, my dad worked for a grocery store. He brought home a 10lb chocolate Easter Rabbit that one of the sales representives brought to him. We were so shocked and could not believe it. That bunny lastest so long. It was yummy!
    Dobies1@msn.com

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  126. Deanna LaMartinaApril 27, 2008 8:07 PM

    My favorite chocolate memory is my dad making us hot chocolate at Christmas time the old fashioned way. We'd always watch the sky hoping to see Santa.

    deeelama[at]gmail.com

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  127. My date asked me if I wanted a kiss and simply produced a Hershey's chocolate kiss.

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  128. My absolute favorite chocolate memory involves my two oldest children.They were 3 and 2 at the time. I was busy doing laundry when I realized it was WAY too quiet. I found them covered from head to toe with chocolate powder!It was a HUGE mess,but I laugh about it now!

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  129. My favorite chocolate memory was having a big Hersheys chocolate bar and a jar of peanutbutter. It was oh so good.
    Nanette
    nanoart@yahoo.com

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  130. Baking my first chocolate cake for my Father.

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  131. When I was a kid we toured the Hershey factory in Pennsylvania. I remember we saw a HUGE Hershey Kiss and at the end they gave us a bunch of chocolate.

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  132. My favorite chocolate memory is just from last year--I went to Hershey, PA with a group of friends and we rode this little train ride through these tunnels with singing cows--it was SO funny!

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  133. I was at camp in Junior High when I first heard of S'Mores. MMMM

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  134. eating chocolate with my gramma!

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  135. my grandmother,mama reen,made the best chocolate fudge and she always had some made.

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  136. When I was in elementary school our schoolbus driver always gave each of us a chocolate marshmallow santa and a mini carton of orange drink when the dropped us off at home on the last day of school before Christmas. I think that was so sweet! Thanks for the contest!

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  137. My favorite chocolate memory is when I was little I used to eat peanut butter cups all the time(and I still do!). My grandfather cut a heart out of a piece of wood and built a peanut butter cup pyramid. It was wonderful and it's one of my favorite memories of him!

    jasartmar@yahoo.com

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  138. My favorite chocolate memory is of S'Mores. Wherever, whenever, just s'mores!

    jackiepcfl@aol.com

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  139. I visited Hershey Park in PA, USA. The air smelled like chocolate! I had a great time on the rides and tours. It was Heaven for a chocoholic like me and I'll always remember it. Going up the Kissing Tower was a bit scary, but well worth it.

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  140. My favorite chocolate memory is for Christmas, my husband always buys me Godiva chocolates. It's one of the best chocolates out there. You always remember the ultimate taste of good chocolate. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  141. my favorite memory was easter egg hunts when i was young. there was chocolate hidden all over the house.

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  142. Every Easter there was a hand-made chocolate covered egg that had our name on it in our baskets. We knew it would be the best thing in there!

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  143. when i was a kid i ate a whole box of choclate and almond bars i was sellin for softball i got in big trouble

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  144. I hosted one of these Hershey Bliss chocolate parties. Sorry nobody showed for yours. We had chocolate martinis and fondue! Soooo good.

    2 1/2 shots of half and half
    1 1/2 shots of chocolate liqeuer
    1 1/2 shots of vanilla vodka
    1 1/2 shots of creme de cacao

    Mix in a jigger, pour into a hershey syrup laden chilled martini glass, top with whipped creme and garnished with chocolate shavings...yuuuum~!

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  145. My favoriet chocolate memory is eating a large melted Hershey bar with spoons with my 4 year old daughter and how much she enjoyed it.

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  146. hubby laying hersheys kisses out saying "I LVOE YOU" on valentines day

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  147. Hi Naomi!

    My fav memory is making the store bought chocolate chip cookie dough with my friends and eating the dough without ever making the cookies!

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  148. My favorite memory involves visiting my grandmother once I became an adult. Even though I was all "grown-up," she'd still bake a fudge pie when I was on my way over. Nothing else quite tasted like love to me then.

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  149. My favorite chocolate memory is dipping marshmallows into the chocolate fountain at my sister's wedding reception.

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  150. I remember having strawberries dipped in chocolate in Palm Springs. Glorious.

    kathleenyohanna@hotmail.com

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