Godiva Milk Chocolate Easter Egg:
My first experience of Belgian chocolate was during a protracted period working in Brussels. I spent nearly ten months living in a beautiful Art Deco hotel – the Metropole and every night when I went to bed there would be a small square of chocolate on my pillow. I had great intentions of saving the chocolate and taking it home. But, temptation always seemed to get the better of me and I don’t believe I ever took a square back to the UK.
Godiva chocolates come from Belgium, where in 1926 Pierre Draps, the founder, started to make pralines. His creations quickly became popular and were sold in the smartest department stores in Brussels. Today, Godiva is a brand synonymous with quality Belgian chocolates and I loved taking part in the recent Godiva chocolate challenge and then going along to see the finalists creating their dish live on stage.
I was lucky enough to take away some wonderful Godiva chocolates to sample…and I am delighted to say that one London-Unattached reader is also going to be VERY lucky. Godiva have offered me this fabulous Easter Egg to give away to one of you.
If you’d like to take part, just let me know in the comments below what chocolate signature dish you would have made yourself or would have liked to try for the Godiva chocolate challenge. Then, follow the rafflecopter through as normal, remembering to tweet and follow Godiva for extra entries.
a Rafflecopter giveaway