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Gina Mulcahy

6" enrober for sale anywhere???

Posted On:  Saturday April 18 2015, 12:09 PM
Posted In: Where to Buy
Last Updated By: @Clay Gordon

Looking for a used 6" (ish) enrober for sale. Don't need a pre=bottomer just enrobing and possibly cooling tunnel but thats not even necessary.. Crossing my fingers!
Aileen Mand

Want to buy a 10" Hilliard Enrober with...

Posted On:  Friday April 17 2015, 1:41 AM
Posted In: Where to Buy
Last Updated By: @Peter3

Hello Chocolate Lifers,   If anyone has a 10" Hilliard Enrober with Pre-bottomer and Cooling Tunnel (total length 22 ft) for sale, please contact me through here or directly at…
James Hull

cocoa bean cut test, advice and help...

Posted On:  Thursday April 16 2015, 5:37 PM
Posted In: Tech Help, Tips, Tricks, & Techniques
Last Updated By: @Sebastian

Hi everyone, read on here that it is a good idea to do a cut test of the fermented cocoa beans when they arrive. So i took a 100g sample of the cocoa bean and started chopping them up. I have a…
Clay Gordon

International Chocolate Awards Call for...

Posted On:  Thursday April 16 2015, 12:38 PM
Posted In: News & New Product Press
Last Updated By: @Clay Gordon

The competition will be accepting submissions until April 24. Judging will be held in the New York City area shortly thereafter. For information on eligibility, how to enter the competition and…
Lisabeth Flanagan

Butter Pecan & Caramel Milk Chocolate Cake

Posted On:  Monday April 13 2015, 12:46 PM
Posted In: Recipes
Last Updated By: @Lisabeth Flanagan

Lightly sweetened, indulgently buttery. This cake has just enough sea salt to give you that 'salted caramel' taste. With home-roasted pecans and a caramel-ganache, it is the perfect dessert for any…

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Hello everyone,For quite some time now, Ive been in love and fascinated with theobroma cacao, the plant. Whose seed was once used as currency in pre-columbian civilizations in South America I live...

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It's fascinating hearing how someone from California can uproot and run a plantation and chocolate making in a solar powered space in Panama. Dave Cerutti and his wife are doing an amazing job with...

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Check out the photo albumfrom the weekend. [ Note: I am working on a new approach to blogging, which is to put all the photos in an album and to write detailed notes for each photo. Blog entries...

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...and finding it (eventually).A morning in Georgetown leads us on a wild goose chase! But chocolate always comes through in the end.Read on!

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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...

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The whole Idea of Chocolate Week in the UK has been to build awareness for the growing artisan and high-end chocolate world in the UK (not just London) and drive foot traffic into the stores rather...

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To cocoa butter or not to cocoa butter?That is the question...We did an experiment to provide an answer to thistime old question (ok, sure, were borrowing from Shakespeare). For this experiment, we...

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Fundamental to my personal "quest for the world's best chocolate bar" are the chocolate tasting parties! Up to this point I have hosted nine such parties. Each one has been incredibly fun! However,...

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Cacao sense is common senseMost of our practices are based on common sense, keen observations and experiences gained throughout the years of our operations. In the farm, we have existing shade...

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I am looking for a chocolate manufacturer who can make my specialty line of drinking chocolates for private label. I am having no luck searching on the nets... Anyone out there with ideas? Thanks,...

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