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The future of chocolate

Last year in July, Suzie Hoban came to Kortrijk for a visit at my place, see her writing on her blog:

http://www.cupcakeq.com/blog/2011/7/9/chocolate-vercruysse.html

Later she started her own business in Colombia, where she is now a chocolatier in Bogotà: Guau!

The City Paper "business" asked her to do some preview of the future of the Colombian chocolate. Read her story:…

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Added by Vercruysse Geert on May 31, 2012 at 2:11pm — No Comments

Emmanuel Hamon won "The most beautiful Chrismas Log cake 2011"

 

Emmanuel Hamon, French Pastry chef has just won the contest of "The most beautiful Chrismas Log cake 2011". contest organized by Macarons& Gourmandises (N°1 French media and online dedicated to pastry / chocolate high end). For this second edition, Emmanuel Hamon did…

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Added by emmanuel hamon on November 25, 2011 at 7:48am — No Comments

Portrait Patisserie Hamon Brest in Pastry site "Macarons and Gourmandises"

 It is an honor for us to be the 5th "portrait…

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Added by emmanuel hamon on July 11, 2011 at 7:52am — 1 Comment

May 19-22 Salon de Chocolate Ecuador at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica Ecuador

Just got the schedule for the Salon de Chocolate, which is held now for the third year and sponsored by the Franco-Ecuadorian Chamber of Commerce. I was invited to participate as I was last year, but had to decline since we are too busy. Also, just was not convinced that spending a couple of hundred dollars (since it's not really an invitation but a paid chance to participate), with a "successful" turnout of maybe 700 people, would be good for business. Unfortunately, there's just not that…

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Added by Jeff Stern on May 17, 2011 at 10:15pm — No Comments

Day of Delicious



The biggest celebration of Dia de Los Meurtos or Day of the Dead in America is at Hollywood Forever cemetery in Los Angeles. Part art walk, part street festival, all souls are welcome. The tradition is rooted in the ancient civilzations of Mesoamerica (Maya, Aztec and more) and are the same ones that developed chocolate from their native cacao trees. People decorate alters with memorabilia, marigolds, candles, bread and sugar skulls to attract… Continue

Added by Susie Norris on October 26, 2009 at 4:30pm — No Comments

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