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11 Reasons To Always Have Chocolate Chips in Your Pantry

Canned goods, condiments, and eggs are just a few pantry essentials we hear about most often. And while making a last-minute black bean omelette with yellow mustard sounds delicious interesting, we...

How do I keep chocolate desserts cold while traveling?

by queencandy 5 years ago

I need to keep a large quantity of chocolate covered desserts cold for a trip of about an hour and in 90+degree weather. Texas is hot. What would be the best way to transport everything? Wo...

Chocolate bloom?

by Splendid Spatula 2 months ago

Made some lovely lebkuchen about two weeks ago, from Classic German Baking. Coated 'em in chocolate, into the tin they went. Opened the tin this morning, aargh, the chocolate has some bloom! The...

best flourless chocolate cake recipe?

by Lynndsey Rigberg 10 years ago

Hi Chowhound cooks, I want to make a flourless chocolate cake for my friend and in researching recipes, I find that the ingredient amounts swing wildly from recipe to recipe....I can't get a gri...

Chokola Bean to Bar | Taos, New Mexico

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 2 months ago

From Taos Pueblo https://www.chowhound.com/post/pueblo-bread-taos-pueblo-1087607 , I headed back to my hotel to check-out. But not before investigating the source of the early morning whiff of caca...

My chocolate is too thick...

by twodales 13 years ago

Can I thin it with a bit of liquor ? It's dark chocolate and I want to use it in a mold. Thanks all.

Hard Caramel Recipe (like Nips or Werthers)

by lisaleira 3 months ago

I'm hoping to make CBD candies for two ill relatives that wouldn't try it if it's not in a tasty edible. I want to make my own to make sure I use the highest quality. I also want to make something ...

George Washington Cake?

by cgarner 9 years ago

My husband grew up in Germantown in the late 50's and early 60's. He has fond memories of George Washington Cake (it's kind of a spice cake chocolate icing or frosting, I'm not sure) sold in large ...

Brown sugar Grahmcracker crust, or Chocolate crust?

by jword2001 12 years ago

The best pie crust i have ever tasted was a brown sugar graham cracker crust,used on the Bahama Breeze key lime pie...it's crisp sweet,and buttery, does anyone have a recipe for something like this...

Thank you Chocolate chick!

by tweetie 13 years ago

Finally got around to trying the caramel recipe you shared with me a few months back and it's a winner! I love the simplicity of the method. Your instructions were spot on and this will now be my...

Heating a chocolate bar a little?

by KUF 4 months ago

Hi. I am looking for a way to cut bigger slabs of 8 mm dark, milk and white chocolate into smaller bars for ease of production. Instead of pouring them into individial molds I would like to cut the...

Freezing Chocolate Truffles

by jasmine 13 years ago

Can you do it? If not, how long will they stay fresh. Thanks.

Chocolate bread

by gargupie 4 months ago

Lately I’ve been in love with the chocolate rye roll from Ole and Steen, a chain Danish bakery, called Chokorug. Is there other bakeries in nyc that sell similar type of chocolate bread, preferably...

Table Talk with French Master Gabriel Kreuther

The Chowhound Team
by The Chowhound Team 6 months ago

Chowhound is beyond honored to welcome Gabriel Kreuther for this next edition of our Table Talk series. From cutting his teeth in top restaurants across Europe to an indelible mark already left her...

Does anyone remember this candy bar?

by lvecch 13 years ago

I've asked many people about this over the years, and no one has any recollection of it, but here goes: a solid chocolate bar made up of three thin layers - one milk, one dark, and one white. I don...

Chocolate Pudding Just Won't Set

by GenoveseC 5 years ago

Hi. Does anyone know why once I put my homemade pudding in the fridge, it turns soupy? While cooking, it smells and tastes delicious. I pour it into a bowl and it's pretty thick. I'm thinking i...

Fair Trade Helps Farmers, But Not Their Hired Workers

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 6 months ago

" . . . Meemken spent several months filling in that blind spot, interviewing farmers and their hired workers in 50 different cocoa-growing cooperatives in Ivory Coast. About half of the cooperativ...

Powdered Chocolate Frosting Mix?

by vvvindaloo 9 years ago

My mother, a chocolate frosting fanatic, tells me that there was once a superior alternative to frosting in a tub (aside from making it yourself, of course): a mix to which you added butter and wat...

Mutari Chocolate: Bean-to-Bar Factory & Cafe in Santa Cruz

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 7 months ago

Last fall, my brother and I stopped by Mutari Chocolate to wait out traffic. The factory-cafe smells absolutely wonderful when you step inside. We decided to share the Tasting Flight, $15, of sing...

Rogue Chocolatier GoFundMe

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 8 months ago

" . . . We are seeking to engineer a planned closure of Rogue Chocolatier and a corresponding transition of our equipment and knowledge base to a new owner in a cocoa producing country with the pri...