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Chocolate

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Easter Chocolates for Grown-Ups

Looking to fill a grown-up Easter basket? This high-end Easter candy is fantastic. Quick, name your earliest memory of Easter. Probably it involves the grape flavor of purple jelly beans, peeling pastel...

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Angelina's hot chocolate

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by Hilary 17 years ago

Last year I fell in love with this hot chocolate and was lucky enough to discover that I could order the stuff directly from Paris for less than 1/2 of the price that I could get it from Chocolat i...

Best source for chocolate cakes by mail

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by Charles Passy 17 years ago

Or cakes in general... Any thoughts? I'm looking for something really decadent.

Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans

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by Swingline 17 years ago

I am looking for a store in NYC that sells chocolate covered coffee beans. I was hoping to find a store rather than an on-line resource. Any ideas?

tempering chocolate

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by Wendy Lai 17 years ago

This Christmas holiday I'm attempting to make fancy chocolates as home made gifts to friends and family. I know chocolate needs to be tempered to get that sheen and stay solid at room temp. But I...

Chocolate of the Month

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by Julie H. 17 years ago

Does anyone know of a high quality chocolate of the month club to send as a gift? Thanks.

Speaking of chocolate

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by Ruth Lafler 17 years ago

A while back someone posted a link to Domori -- an Italian company making varietal chocolate. I was thinking of ordering some for Christmas (for the novelty if nothing else). Has anyone tried t...

Cookies topped with chocolate stars??

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by Googlequestion 17 years ago

I need recipes for those cookies topped with chocolate stars, but I don't even know what they're called. Does anyone know about those and have recipes or know Web sites with recipes? I'm hoping t...

Unsweetened chocolate for baking

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by Val G 17 years ago

Looking for a good unsweetened chocolate to use with my favorite brownie recipe. My Mom always used Baker's brand. I'm looking to upgrade. This needs to be solid chocolate, not cocoa. Thanks

Cote D'Or Chocolates

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by isa 17 years ago

An excellent store for chocolates, nuts, cookies and other foods is ECONOMY CANDY, 108 Rivington Street in Manhattan. They carry Cote d'Or chocolates

I'm dreaming of chocolate cake

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by Caitlin Wheeler 17 years ago

I have a dream of chocolate cake -- light fluffy, chocolaty, with that perfect buttercream frosting. I am in possession of Callebaut bittersweet chocolate (purchased for the bargain price of $3.95...

Magnolia - Chocolate Mousse Recipie in Previous Thread

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by Emily Cotlier 17 years ago

I posted that chocolate mousse recipe in the previous thread for you--then realized it was buried. Oh dear. It's there!

Any opinions on Domori chocolate?

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by Karl 18 years ago

I've tried their Grand Blend chocolates and quite like them, but haven't tried any of their other products. An extra bonus is the little owner's manual you get with every chocolate bar. Has anybo...

chocolate (sugar)

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by chuck 18 years ago

Generally, what is (or should be) the difference in sugar content between semisweet and bittersweet chocolate? Other differences? Thanks.

Passover chocolate pudding?

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by Julie H. 18 years ago

Does anyone know if a Passover chocolate pudding can be made from potato starch instead of corn starch? Thanks.

Hot Chocolate

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by Michael Yu 18 years ago

I just saw the movie "Chocolat." Can't stop thinking about the hot chocolate Juliette Binoche was serving up to everyone... Anyone have ideas/recipes on how to make real good, thick hot chocolate...

chocolate chip cake recipe???

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by camille 18 years ago

Does anyone have a chocolate chip cake recipe that I can bake for my boyfriend's birthday on Saturday? (It's his childhood fave; needs to rival his mom's recipe, which I have but is so dry!) Cake ...

Bitter-sweet/Semi-sweet chocolate

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by Ron 18 years ago

Any difference between bitter or semi sweet chocolate when baking? Can't seem to find bitter-sweet chocolate but lots of semi. Recipe calls for bitter. Can I use semi and get same results?

Cote D'or Chocolate

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by Jim Leff 18 years ago

wow, major discovery. I found Cote D'Or chocolate (the best mainstream Belgian brand of bar chocolate) available inexpensively via mail order. They also sell amazing Belgian beer...this is the comp...

ordering ibarra chocolate via internet

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by Jim Leff 18 years ago

use link below Link: http://www.santafeschoolofcooking.com/catalog/cookinfoods.html

El Rey Chocolate

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by Emily Cotlier 18 years ago

Hey there. Lately, I have been dreaming fondly of El Rey chocolate, a specialty chocolate made from what I can only assume are extra-sexy cocoa beans from Venezuela. It comes in thin bars and mass...

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