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I dunno but I would love to know this also...I love peanut butter...put it together with chocolate and OH MY GOSH!

I am from the burbs of Chicago...St. Charles to be exact. Geneva is a sister town, and they have a downtown area that is simply charming. On one of the old streets, 3rd street, there are all sorts of antique shops, restaurants, knick-nack shops and alike, and there is a chocolate store called Grahams chocolate shop - homemade everything.

And - sticking on topic - there are these HUGE peanut butter cups homemade - they make them in this big window that you can watch them from ont he street - you can also see them from inside the store making the chocolate everythings.

So good.

Click: http://www.grahamschocolate.com/index.html

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hmmm - as it appears if you are eating good food with the ones you love you will be living life to its fullest, surely laughing and smiling throughout!!!

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My Great-aunt Ceil makes THE best, but I'm pretty sure she's not going commercial anytime soon. But, it does give me the idea that the best are homemade. She won't give me the recipe, though.

I think she uses peanut butter, butter, confectioner's sugar, and some other stuff, in the filling. It might be worth looking up, old cookbooks from the 40's and 50's might even have it.

It certainly would be a fun trial and error run, trying to make the best peanut butter eggs ever.

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