Thankfully, I have now completed my demolition-of-the-chocolate-spread project.
The final chapter was played out over dinner this evening and followed a serving of Waitrose’s own Fresh Chorizo and Manchego Cheese Ravioli (fyi currently on a two for £4 special offer). If you haven’t tried this ravioli and are ever stuck for something which should please both adult and childrens’ palates (our kids at least), this is a bloody good choice.
We just drizzled it with olive oil and a bit of fresh basil but I think if you had more time than we did this evening, a fresh tomato sauce would also complement it really well.
I digress (albeit for a worthy cause).
The naughty little chocolate tooth wasn’t quite satiated after the ravioli and then I remembered the chocolate spread (again…déjà vu?). There was nothing pretty about what happened next. It involved the jar’s entire contents (chocolate with hazelnut, lemon and coriander), and a knife. The three-year-old got in on the act (she has plenty of time to grow up and learn that this is not how you eat at the dinner table) and so did a jar of organic crunchy peanut butter.
I also had a one hour Pilates class this evening and am back on the body-temple tip. At the very least I’d say it cancels out the naughty thing that happened with the chocolate. Right?