Edible Arrangements

I heard a lot of bad things about the company, but a sweet friend sent this beautiful fruit plate today for my recovery, and I can’t complain :slight_smile:

The Granny Smith is perfectly tart, the strawberries ripe & sweet, the pineapple as well, and the chocolate crisp and rich (I haven’t tried allll the fruit yet, tho). Maybe it depends on the local outfit that fills the order?


Looks good to me, although the grapes look a little under-ripe.

I haven’t tried those yet… no chocolate! :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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You must’ve lucked out.

I would run out and go buy some lottery tickets.

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Quickly, name 6 random numbers between 1 and 100.

Thank you.


Speedy recovery.

(Edible arrangements for myself :pig: :pig: (oink,, oink, best food in the world for an oinker.)


Sounds like a good hypothesis. Maybe the prep matters too? I have received the fruit bouquet type—with the fruit speared on sticks—and that wasn’t nearly as appealing as your fruit plate.

Wishing you a strong and swift recovery.


Oh, wow! Those look fabulous :star_struck: :star_struck: :star_struck:

I would like to order one ‘shrimp boquet’, please. Possibly on a weekly basis.


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I’m guessing you’re right about it depending on the diligence of the local shop doing the job, but that said, I’ve used their service several times for different friends/family members and it’s always been good.

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