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a candy that usually has a center of fondant or fruit or nuts coated in chocolate

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I brought some red and green bonbons along for you.
Among their best-sellers are the BBQ silog, a modern twist to the popular street food, as well as desserts like charred cassava cake and chocolate bonbons with fish sauce and salted caramel.
The Simon Howie haggis range at Asda has everything from PS2 bonbons to original, veggie and gluten-free haggis at PS2.
The chocolate, part of a limited edition of 1,000 bonbons, has a filling of saffron threads, white truffle, vanilla from Madagascar and gold flakes.
In recent days the editor has been hunting far and wide for a packet of ginger coconut candy bonbons. Please email if you know where they can be purchased and put him out of his misery.
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'If we take a very typical and traditional fruit,' she theorized, 'and make little chocolate balls with local fruits like guava, coconut, pineapple we can make Venezuelan bonbons (small candies coated in chocolate),' she suggested to her family.
Priced at Dh2400 for professionals, the course will aim to show chefs how to 'create, present and savour chocolate pralines and bonbons' the way the award-winning author of the major reference book 'Ramon Morato Chocolate' does.
Cocosia has a selection of chocolate bonbons with praline and ganache, infused with flavours ranging from earl grey and jasmine, to yuzu, fleur de sel and fruits.
VIANNE Rocher (Juliette Binoche) and her six-yearold daughter disrupt a small French village when they appear from nowhere and open a chocolaterie, crammed with intoxicating drinks and bonbons which re-awaken the locals' ' long dormant passions.
It's best to dip into this disc as you would a collection of bonbons - there are plenty of flavours,from the lush romanticism of Ivre d'amour ("Intoxicated with love") to an incenseladen Ave Maria via the sombre Twilight.
Folk loved Bonbons, Rhubarb and Custards, Chocolate Limes, Aniseed Twists, Sarsaparilla tablets and Merry Maid caramels.
CLASSICAL: An all-French programme from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra tonight with Bonbons, featuring Bizet's Suite from L'Arlesienne, Ravel's Piano Concerto and Valses Nobles et Sentimentales, and Three Pieces from Romeo and Juliet by Berlioz.