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Thursday April 27, 2006
07:06 AM

110 volt eggs

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My mum's Finnish family visited them recently, so in an Easter parcel I got sent some chocolate eggs, the classic Fazer Mignon in a special "110 V" edition. V for "vuotta" as, apparently, the eggs have been produced for 110 years in Finland. They take a chicken egg, remove the egg, then fill it with a tasty nougat chocolate, then plug the hole with sugar. This is to me so obviously a clever (and tasty) way of doing a chocolate egg, that I'm surprised that I haven't seen the concept in other countries. Perhaps it is patented? Or does this particular easter tradition exist in many other places in the world?
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