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A journey around the world with 7 chocolate stops





It was my first tasting "for official purposes".

To address the invited representatives of several European countries I've decided

to present 7 European chocolate manufacturers and, in order to reveal the

appeal, uniqueness and variety of chocolate, to choose 7 single origins from around

the world. The most difficult task was to mach them in an…

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Added by Kristina on March 21, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments

Now Try This #3 Bee Squeezin's

Now Try This #3



Bee Squeezin’s



This will be a dark chocolate spirits filled ganache using in a light milk chocolate shell. My “light milk” is about 40%-45% cocoa, “dark milk” is around 55% in my workshop.



A friend of mine who owns a café/nightclub locally is also known for the mead that he makes . This is wine from honey. It sounds as if this wine might be sweet but to make it he uses a strong champagne type yeast and then ferments the wine until dry; no… Continue

Added by Frank Schmidt on February 27, 2009 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Now Try This

Now Try This:



Um ! Yum! Dark Milk Chocolate Port Ganache in a Dark Chocolate Shell



I used Papua New Guinea origin chocolate for this molded treat. The Dark Chocolate shell was a 66 % cocoa with half vanilla bean per 5 lbs of liquor. After pulling off 2 lbs of dark I added enough sugar and milk to give me a 60% dark milk at 15 % milk.



If you’ve not worked with home roasted chocolate, just know this: I used a good rich dark chocolate that was not too bitter for… Continue

Added by Frank Schmidt on February 8, 2009 at 7:24pm — 1 Comment

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