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Edible Arrangements NASCAR® VICTORY CELEBRATION DIPPED BANANAS Review

by The Review CrewJune 11, 2013

[dropcap]O[/dropcap]ne of the best gifts you can give your dad for the 2013 Father’s Day is the Edible Arrangements NASCAR Victory Celebration Dipped Bananas.  It’s actually a lot more than bananas.  You get :

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  • Cantaloupe Wedges
  • Flag-Shaped Pineapple
  • Grapes
  • Honeydew Wedges
  • Kale
  • Orange Half Slices
  • Semisweet Chocolate Dipped Apple Wedges
  • Strawberries
  • White and Semisweet Chocolate Dipped Bananas

They are all tucked in the NASCAR Car vase, or a NASCAR Checkered Flag Vase (depending on availability).  The fruit is washed, cut, dipped in chocolate (as indicated on the list) and put on skewers.  They arrange them like a bouquet and deliver it to your door.  Don’t freak out the Kale is just a garnish (think of it like baby’s breath in a floral arrangement).  It’s way better than flowers for dad because most dads could give a rat’s A(** about flowers, but fresh ripe fruit… dipped in chocolate?  Fahget about it.  Not to mention it goes well with booze!  (There is an idea for them, lol pairing this with various liquor for the delivery and call it a DUI!)

Anyway we give the Edible Arrangements store in Aurora, IL and this fruit idea/arrangement available at all Edible Arrangement locations 5 out of 5 stars. This is great stuff and lasted about 10 minutes in our office after the photographer brought it over.  Oddly we didn’t use their photos LOL because we got the checkered flag vase, and most of you will get the car unless that location runs out.  We didn’t want to create any confusion, so please don’t email in asking about the checkered flag vase or the Nascar racecar! You get one or the other depending on availability.

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