Clearly we both need to be spending more time in Brazilian grocery stores, because the little yellow and red wrappers that caught my eye belong to some of Brazil's most popular candies, truffle-like balls of cashew cream surrounded by a crispy wafer and coated in chocolate. Those "love serenades" are everything I've ever wanted in a candy: creamy, sweet, chocolatey, crispy, just a little salty. No highbrow bittersweet chocolate, no Earl Grey-infused ganache, and best of all, no peanuts or pistachios or macadamia nuts in sight. And because they're distributed all over the U.S., the non-Fancy Food Show attendees among us can get ahold of them, too—including my mom, who's about to receive several packages in the mail. Just call me the best daughter ever.