Adventures On the Chocolate Trail: Atlanta, Portland, Seattle
In my recent travels speaking about On the Chocolate Trail, I have been able to sample some unusual chocolates and related products. Consider these:
From Chef Brulee amazing colors make the bon bons and the matzah very appealing.
*Chocoley A source for making chocolate creations, including molds, compound chocolate , kits, utensils
Cacao‘s most amazing hot chocolate selection
The Meadow‘s selection of chocolate bars from around the world
Dilettante for chocolate truffles, mochas, cakes and martinis.
Theo‘s for factory tour and shopping in the store.
Of Chocolate Exhibits There is No End: Part 2
Just as the Detroit Institute of Arts closes its wonderful Bitter|Sweet display of chocolate, coffee and tea, no need to despair. New York offers three additional exhibits. Setting aside the wondrous and elegant chocolate shops, at least three local museums currently exhibit artifacts related to the history and consumption of chocolate. For now, the newRead more ›
Chocolate, Coffee, Tea and Me
Thank you to the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit for the invitation to speak at their event Chocolate, Coffee, and Judaism created in conjunction with the Detroit Institute of Arts exhibit “Bitter|Sweet: Coffee, Tea & Chocolate.” Not only did I have the opportunity to meet a curious audience, I also presented with Professor Howard LupovitchRead more ›
Super Food Chocolate for Super Bowl Sunday: Three Recipes
Try these super-easy-to-make chocolate treats for Super Bowl Sunday. They are especially appropriate since they include the super food, cocoa nibs. Your guests and family will happily dip into these savory and sweet temptations. The recipes are easily adaptable for small gatherings or large parties and will appeal to all ages. Prepped days ahead, theseRead more ›
Election 2016: Winning Fudge Brigadeiros
The candidate’s wife and women supporters made these Brazilian chocolate fudge truffles to win him the campaign. He loved them. She made them. Post World War II food shortages in Brazil meant a lack of sweets. Fortunately, cocoa powder and condensed milk were available and combined to create the nationally beloved bonbons named brigadeiros (Portuguese).Read more ›
Some Previous Posts
(in alphabetical order)
- Adventures On the Chocolate Trail: Atlanta, Portland, Seattle
- Anschluss Launches Bartons Passover Favorites 77 Years Ago
- Bat Mitzvah Wants Fair Trade Israeli Chocolate
- Bringing Buckeye Candy to Experts
- Can’t Live Without Chocolate?
- Chocolate Expo
- Chocolate Made My Lunch: Nashville
- Chocolate Signals
- Fathering Chocolate
- Hunting for Chocolate: Fancy Food Show, NYC, 2016
- It's Chocolate Season
- Labor Day in our Chocolate
- Local Chocolate in the South
- Minding Our Chocolate
- On the Chocolate Trail in Brooklyn
- Saluting Military Chocolate
- Seriously Tasting Chocolate
- Smiley Chocolate
- Ten Teaspoons of Sugar in My Chocolate?
- That Time Jews Smuggled Chocolate to France — and a Recipe for Basque Chocolate Cake