October 15 to November 10, annually
Celebrating all things chocolate. And all things that pair with chocolate, cooking with chocolate, thinking outside the chocolate box… and more
27
Nov
2011

Flavours of Chocolate

Dark Chocolate, Milk Chocolate, Semisweet chocolate, bittersweet chocolate, white chocolate. The difference between chocolate flavours is based on the processing and ingredients included in each chocolate formula. Real chocolate only has a short list of ingredients so read the label carefully.
24
Nov
2011

White Chocolate Martini

White Chocolate Martini is a delicious festive drink, as "festive" as the festival of chocolate. This martini lends itself to a beautiful presentation and a choice of many garnishes - from raspberries to chocolate shards, chocolate covered cherries, strawberries and more.
22
Nov
2011

Cacao Trees, Pods, and Beans

Chocolate grows on trees. Yes, in a manner of speaking chocolate does grow on trees. The Cacao Tree produces fruit. The fruit of the tree encloses the seeds or beans, which starts the journey of chocolate. The festival of chocolate educates, showcases, and tells the story of all things chocolate and more
20
Nov
2011

Artisan Chocolate celebrated at Festival of Chocolate

Artisan chocolate is like a good bottle of wine. It is made by master chocolate makers who use the finest cacao beans to create a delectable symphony of flavors. It may come from a specific bean, from a single origin or even from a single estate. The Festival of Chocolate showcases artisan chocolates and more.
11
Nov
2011

Chocolate face mask recipe

A Chocolate mask nourishes and moisturizes your skin which leaves your skin soft and glowing. Chocolate is filled with antioxidants that rejuvenate the skin.
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