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Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Cikolata

When Anna Grace and I went to the store the other day I decided to buy some candy bars so that I could take a picture of them and write a blog. Strange, I know. After we got home I realized that Brian had taken the camera with him on his golf trip. I bought the candy bars on Saturday and resisted the intense temptation to eat one or more of them until he returned yesterday. I took the pictures last night...and surprisingly enough I still haven't eaten one! After this post they might be calling my name though! So, drum roll please, introducing...


Yami - Milk chocolate covered crispy rice and nougat bar
Wanted - Milk chocolate covered crispy rice and caramel bar


SOHO - Milk chocolate covered soft nougat and caramel bar...Milky Wayish
Maximus - Milk chocolate coated nougat bar with caramel and peanuts...Basically a Snickers...and the packaging even looks like one

And believe me there are plenty more where that came from. They have just as many if not more kinds of candy bars than we do in the states. They do have some of the same ones we have...some of the ones offered by M&M/Mars. Snickers, Milky Way, M&M's, Mars. Also several Nestle products. They are more expensive than the Turkish versions though. Now...which one shall I eat for my snack?

5 comments:

Gina said...

Ever put a Snickers bar in the freezer for a few minutes before eating it? Just don't leave it in there for over 20 minutes, or you might break your teeth eating it.

I say have the "Wanted" bar. But the "Soho" sounds good too....I personally like anything with coconut in it. (like Mounds or Almond Joy)

scmom said...

MAXIMUS!!!

becky marshall said...

Eat them all!

erinleigh said...

haha one of my teammates made an entire excell spreadsheet of every candy bar she could find in Turkey and rated them on a scale that she invented herself. I'll have to see if I can find it for you...

Dixon Ailesi said...

I ended up not eating any of the candy bars! I waited too long, and my kids got home from school. Four kids and four candy bars means mom didn't get one!