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Easter Egg heaven in Tuam

Wednesday, 12th April, 2017 11:08am

Story by Siobhan Holliman
Easter Egg heaven in Tuam

Frank Reynolds with his monster Easter Egg.

Easter Egg heaven in Tuam

Frank Reynolds with his monster Easter Egg.

SIXTY-five or 66 is too young to start doing nothing!
That’s the view on life of a man who has stepped back from the busy world of business and now, in a semi-retired state, spends his days making chocolate.
It’s a job that many of his lip-licking customers would gladly sign up to, to be by his side. And, as he pours out two cups of steaming hot chocolate Frank Reynolds has a broad smile when he devilishly tells me he enjoys it “a bit”.
The comforting smooth, velvet texture on the tongue matched with an explosion of loveliness on the tastebuds is something few of us can resist. Chocolate has to come top of the list in terms of the off-for-Lent list and those who have been doing their very best to resist temptation have been gazing through the windows of Frank’s chocolate shop Orange.

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