Chocolate heaven…

Dairymilk chocolate bar partially unwrapped
Cadbury's Dairymilk
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[dropcap]I[/dropcap] am in chocolate heaven right now, HUGE, and I mean HUGE thanks to Lee Newman the driving force behind Stouffville Academy of Music & Dance, the beating heart of the performing arts scene in Stouffville, for picking up some imported Dairymilk from a shady corner store somewhere in the Scarborough area. It’s all very clandestine, if I say too much all the expat Brits in the Durham region will be stampeding to her door ready to demand names, locations, apply thumbscrews, etc. Things could get ugly… so Lee, from the bottom of my Dairymilk-deprived heart…


Whitby Shores, Whitby, Ontario

By Aisha Ashraf

Aisha Ashraf is a nomadic Irish writer of creative non-fiction and poetry, currently based on the traditional territory of the Anishinabewaki, Haudenosaunee, and Mississauga First Nations, in Ontario, Canada. Her work has been published in River Teeth, The Huffington Post, and the UK’s Independent and Daily Telegraph newspapers.


    1. I was dribbling while I ate it! I shared it with my husband (still shocked at that selfless sacrifice!) and he agreed, UK chocolate is so much richer than the stuff we get here. It was such a treat!

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