Let us take a moment now to respect the holiday. Jesus died on a cross for us, and so it is only fitting that we commemorate this event with a chocolatey candy cross.
Much like Scorcese's "Passion of the Christ", this candy was quite controversial when it first came out, so I ran out to buy it. Since then, it has become an Easter mainstay. Apparently, the uproar wasn't loud enough to stop the wheels of progress. I'm actually a little surprised.
In any event, it's a nice addition to the gallery. Click here to see the start of my spiritual journey as I proceeded to explore all that this candy had to offer.