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Sarah Hart
  • Portland, OR
  • United States
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FCIA meeting Jan 15th in San Francisco

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff Jan 6, 2011. 2 Replies

brix hydrometers/ refractometers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shane Essary Jul 15, 2010. 6 Replies

 

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Peter replied to Sarah Hart's discussion hilliards Little Dipper and the end of 100 watt lightbulbs...
"Pet stores sell heater/ceramic bulbs in a wide range of power (used to keep dinosaurs warm). Perfect for chocolate applications."
7 hours ago
Candy F. Cole replied to Sarah Hart's discussion hilliards Little Dipper and the end of 100 watt lightbulbs...
"Grainger carries the replacement bulbs, part ID is 5UCW0.  I contacted Hilliards and they recommended this bulb.  I bought 4 for under $15.  They say they provide 20,000 hours.  Hope this helps! "
13 hours ago
Sarah Hart might attend Clay Gordon's event

Salon del Cacao y Chocolate & La Ruta del Cacao at Sheraton Hotel & Convention Center

July 3, 2014 to July 9, 2014
INTERNATIONAL SPONSORED REGISTRATION IS CLOSEDThe 2014 Salon del Cacao y Chocolate will take place in Lima from July 3rd through the 6th.The Ruta del Cacao trip departs from Lima on July 7th and returns to Lima on the 9th.  The event represents over 40,000 cocoa growers from all regions across Peru. This is an sponsored invitation for international buyers and other trade and media professionals in the cocoa industry.The organizing committee will sponsor those qualifying guests with the…See More
Feb 11
Aura replied to Sarah Hart's discussion hilliards Little Dipper and the end of 100 watt lightbulbs...
"The Edison bulbs are $11 at restoration hardware "
Jan 29
Jonathan Edelson replied to Sarah Hart's discussion hilliards Little Dipper and the end of 100 watt lightbulbs...
"I wonder if "edison screw base heaters" would work.  These are porcelain resistance heaters that have the same sort of screw base as a lightbulb. http://www.tempco.com/Catalog/Section%207-pdf/Edison%20Bulb.pdf Rather more expensive…"
Jan 29
Adam G. replied to Sarah Hart's discussion hilliards Little Dipper and the end of 100 watt lightbulbs...
Jan 28
Sarah Hart posted a discussion

hilliards Little Dipper and the end of 100 watt lightbulbs...

I have a Little Dipper from when I first began my business 10 years ago. We still use it for specialized batches of things and for milk or white chocolate. My question. What is the work around for 100 watt lightbulbs once they are completely unavailable? We stockpile them whenever we find them but....
Jan 28
Joe Suhrada replied to Sarah Hart's discussion Wanted: shaker table in the group Classifieds - For Sale or Wanted
"Go on Ebay and look for a Syntron Jogger. Sometimes they need a little cosmetic love like formica glued to the top. See this auction for example. Sometimes you buy them for less than $30.00 They work gangbusters and they never…"
Oct 29, 2013

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Dark, Milk, White?
Dark
Most memorable chocolate experience:
Back in the 80's a boy friend came over to visit and popped a piece of Lindt dark chocolate in my mouth. It was the first time I had had reasonably "Good" dark chocolate. The passion for that man waned but not my love for dark chocolate!
My favorite chocolate is:
subject to change! Among them: Domori's porcelana, Devries Costa Rican 80%, Bonnat Chuao, but who can pick just one?

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At 7:53pm on April 28, 2010, Juliana Bounds said…
Hi, Sarah. I figured it wouldn't hurt to try and make contact with another chocolatier in Oregon. I have tried, no just here (I'm in Southern Oregon), but even online, and I got nowhere. Your work is beautiful and so unique -- and I love your shop's name!!!! You have become one of my inspirations and I can't wait until my next trip to Portland to stop by and taste your chocolate! Any way, if you're okay with someone asking you questions, could you drop me a line and let me know it's okay? I am starting as a chocolatier and would love to get some insight from people like you...(no luck so far. One person was actually VERY rude and snobbish about networking...oh, well.) Thanks!
At 9:07am on March 7, 2010, mhdi driss said…
hi sarah i m a coffee roaster in morocco i aim to roast cacao and make chocolate but not idea please could you help me thanks
At 9:01am on March 7, 2010, mhdi driss said…
hi
At 4:18pm on February 6, 2010, Gwen Borders said…
Thanks for the Alma Chocolate info. When I get requests from my customers to ship chocolate to different states, I often refer them to the local artisan chocolatiers, so that the person receiving the gift can buy the chocolate again locally. Very altruistic I know, but that's how I was raised :)
At 3:20pm on February 6, 2010, Gwen Borders said…
Hi Sarah!

What is the name and contact info for your store? I would love to learn more about you and your work. I promise not to copy, because that is not my style :)
At 11:18am on January 20, 2010, David Beer said…
Hi there, Sarah!
At 12:06pm on August 5, 2009, Mark J Sciscenti said…
Hello Sister Sarah, Glad you had a good time down here. Sorry to have missed you as well. I ended up working really long hours that week (and the next). The only work I've had for a couple of months... The situation is better (yea!) although not finished. Hopefully next month I will be getting a new website. Still have yet to find a suitable place where I may make chocolate...

Be well! -Mark
At 1:40pm on June 12, 2009, Curtis Vreeland said…
Hi Sarah: Maricel is full of knowledge. Her book, The New Taste of Chocolate, is well written and illustrated. Hope all is well with you, Curtis
At 3:28am on May 1, 2008, sabrina hicks said…
uhh..if i'm late for work tomorrow, it's because of this website. tcho? yumm..want to try.
At 4:17pm on April 22, 2008, Holly & Paul Stabin said…
Sarah, I'd have to check with the Cotton Tree Lodge as the trip is wait-listed. The first step would be to register on our site www.ChocolateLoversTravelClub.com - it's free. After you do that, I'll check on availability and get back with you. All the best, Holly
 
 
 

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