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May 2008 Blog Posts (4)

Its been several weeks since I first posted an in the meantime "Profiles in Chocolate" has struggled to find interested shop owners that will even take a look at unique our concept and chocolate mold…

Its been several weeks since I first posted an in the meantime "Profiles in Chocolate" has struggled to find interested shop owners that will even take a look at unique our concept and chocolate molds , I have tried my very best to find propectius companies both locally and nation wide ,but it been very hard go ...



Like Mr. Jim Sanders we would greatly appreaciate Clay's help in helping our company's begining in the chocolate area such as finding investors or companies that wish to… Continue

Added by Megan Hardgrave on May 20, 2008 at 10:31pm — 3 Comments

MUST WE MUSHROOM?

May 19th, 2008

Accepting chocolate with crubled bacon bits was a stretch for me. Love chocolate and god knows, love bacon, but the unusual combination from a very fine American chocolate company made me suspicious. When I tried it, I gained insight. It’s not that chocolate doesn’t go with bacon conceptually because what is bacon after all but a lot of animal fat & salt & a little piggy essence. What made this bar so very, very bad was that the bacon tasted like Baco-o’s (those… Continue

Added by Susie Norris on May 20, 2008 at 10:11pm — 8 Comments

Review: Santander - Colombian Single Origin 70% w/ Cacao Nibs.

Santander gets an immediate plus in my book for being of the few companies (El Rey is another - Venezualen) that is based in the country of origin. It also is fair trade, small farmer, and kosher.



It has an extremely smooth flavor and mouthfeel, and is not at all bitter. It is one of the most flavorful chocolates I have eaten, complex, with strong fruity undertones, criollo without a doubt.. The cacao nibs give it a subtle bitter crunch, which is a nice contrast to the smoothness of… Continue

Added by Herbert on May 19, 2008 at 6:47pm — 2 Comments

CHEFS & CHAMPAGNE IN LA

Not just any chefs, my friends, but the best chefs in LA were on the street at Melrose Place in West Hollywood last night. The guests - fashionistas & foodies from Europe, New York, LA - were decked! I’m neck-craning - where to look? Beautiful people or beautiful food? Ah, the food! Under white tents, elegant amuse bouce and bite size specialties popped out from the chefs' tables - marinated big-eye tuna from Sona, rock shrimp shooters from Zov’s… Continue

Added by Susie Norris on May 6, 2008 at 5:00pm — 2 Comments

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