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Ringing in the Easter

Easter goodies on offer at Flurys in Park Hotel.

THE WEATHER may be heating up real fast, but don't despair, there's a treat round the corner. Yes, it is Easter this Sunday and there's plenty of eating besides overdosing on eggs and hot cross buns. As with Christmas, many traditions have contributed to what Easter is today, it is also a time for throwing out the old and taking on the new. For many it is merely an excuse to eat too much chocolate!!

If you haven't already succumbed to the vast array of Easter goodies on offer, then a visit to Flurys at Park Hotel will break the most iron will. Narang, the young, 20-something chef specialises in making anything and everything ranging from Chocolate eggs and Rum Balls to Farmhouse Loaf and Muffins.

Flurys is a legacy of Mrs. and Mr. J. Flury, who first set up the Flurys tearoom in Calcutta in 1927. Its special cakes, breads and chocolates are made from traditional European recipes. Easter sweets are not exclusively reserved for after-meal eating. In fact, they are often eaten almost any time of day! The dessert after dinner rule is often forgone in favour of a more welcoming one: dessert all day long. Whichever rule you would like to adhere to, Flurys at the Park sure has a wide array of goodies to add a little variety to the Easter celebrations.

Choose between Nougat eggs, Peanut Butter Eggs, Coconut Cream Eggs, Real Chocolate Eggs and Fondant Eggs. Narang's whimsically decorated eggs loaded with chocolates are bound to make you happy and Easter is a time to hope for peace and happiness. Perhaps you can check with Narang if he can make you an egg-filled Easter Egg. Visually attractive, the excitement does not stop at the arty exterior. Fillings include Valencia, Hard Nougat, Honeydew, Marzipan sweets and Burnt Almond, all famous Flurys chocolates. You've got it all here - big eggs, small eggs, eggs on their own and eggs with eggs in the middle.

Desserts and sweets are not quite necessities, but they endure as one of those little extra things that sprinkle joy into our lives, specially if you have a sweet tooth! Moreover Easter means hope and rejuvenation, a time to be happy, so take a look at Flurys traditional Easter preparations - Easter cookies, Easter cakes and Easter breads like Hot Cross Buns, Cherry Easter Rings and Easter Babas with icing - these are a steal and particularly yummy! The goodies are attractively priced - Hot Cross Buns at Rs.10 apiece, so also the Easter Babas and the Bunny cookies at Rs.150 per kg. Delicious chocolate curls, hearts, flowers, strawberries, butterflies and bunnies - these are just the beginning of your dessert adventures at Flurys.


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