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HIDE AND SEEK

The grand – children have arrived

For their chocolate surprise

Easter eggs lined up

For everyone

Around the house

Play hide and seek

Grandad hide’s and children seek

Then they’re given their Easter treat

By Thomas Sims

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EASTER T

Easter time is upon us

Spring has come at last

Displaying all her beauty

Like a carpet she has cast

 

Out of the dreary winter

With colours of every shade

A breath-taking panorama

That Mother Nature has made

 

Frogs in the Lilly ponds

With frogspawn all around

Soon there will be tadpoles

Jumping up and down

Birds are also busy

Building with haste and zest

Making ready for new life

As they build their precious nest

 

 Children prepare their Easter bonnets

Decorated with chicks eggs and glue

Display them at the Easter Parade

For the delights of me and you

 

It’s a time of new beginnings

To focus on new things to do

 Be more positive in your thinking

To create a better future for you

 

Malcolm G Bradshaw

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That’s no yolk! ‘World’s largest Easter egg’ weighing 4 TONS and over 27ft high unveiled in Argentina

Weighing in at over four tons, a contender for the world’s largest Easter egg was unveiled to a crowd of chocolate lovers in Argentina today. 

Twenty-seven bakeries worked for two weeks to make enough chocolate for the gargantuan concoction wheeled in to the Chocolate Festival in Bariloche.

Towering over 27ft high (8.5m) and 16ft wide (5m), the sweet treat required a reported 8,800lbs (4,000kgs) of chocolate, hovering over a sea of spectators who gathered for a taste.  

 
World's largest: Pastry chefs unveil a chocolate Easter egg towering over 27ft tall at the Chocolate Festival in San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina

World’s largest: Pastry chefs unveil a chocolate Easter egg towering over 27ft tall at the Chocolate Festival in San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina

The major of San Carlos de Bariloche, Omar Goye, was present at the festival, where the Easter egg was to be certified by the Guinness Records as the world’s largest.   

 

Chocolatier Diego Ferraris told Esenciapatagonia.com the Easter egg was assembled using a wooden mold as foundation for the chocolate spread.

 

Crowds: Hundreds gathered at the City Centre for a taste of the monster egg

Crowds: Hundreds gathered at the City Centre for a taste of the monster concoction

 

Sweet treat: Spectators fills the square to admire the Easter egg

Sweet treat: Spectators fills the square to admire the Easter egg

 

 

 

 
 

People gather at the Civic Centre of San Carlos de Bariloche, in the foothills of the Andes

Chocolate coma: A reported 8,800lbs (4,000kgs) of chocolate was used to create the egg

 

Chocolate coma: A reported 8,800lbs (4,000kgs) of chocolate was used to create the egg

Pastry chefs, led by master baker Hugo Sosa, attached blocks of chocolate to the frame. 

The chocolate egg is said to have beaten the previous record for the world’s largest, built in Belgium, which stood 8.32m (27.3ft) high.

But temperatures in the region meant crowds didn’t have long to admire the egg before it started melting. 

Dripping: Pastry chefs began breaking the egg for the crowd as the surface began to melt

Dripping: Pastry chefs began breaking the egg for the crowd as the surface began to melt

 

Time for a taste: A chef breaks off pieces of the Easter egg for the crowd

Time for a taste: A chef breaks off pieces of the Easter egg for the crowd

 

 

 

 

Sugar high: Children have a bite of chocolate from the egg

Sugar high: Children have a bite of chocolate from the egg

 

Sugar high: Children have a bite of chocolate as chefs hand out heaping tastes to the crowd

 

 
 

Shell: A wood frame was used as foundation for the tons of chocolate used for the giant egg

Shell: A wood frame was used as foundation for the tons of chocolate used for the giant egg

 

Shell: A wood frame was used as foundation for the tons of chocolate used for the giant egg

Chefs used cranes to break off chunks of the chocolate and hand them out to the crowd as the sun beamed down. 

The Chocolate Festival has lured chocolatiers and chocolate lovers to the region since 1969 with events, races and other chocolate-themed activities. 

The festival this year ran from March 31-April 8.

THERE MUST BE  ONE BIGGER OUT THERE SOME WHERE

BUT WHERE  WHY NOT TELL ALL ABOUT IT

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