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It can be a little bit tricky to modify your child's candy intake sometimes. Like most things that involve your kids, you might need to use just a little bit of creativity to find the most successful methods. Here are a few ways to make saying "no" at the checkout line something you can check off the grocery list:
Since its first documented use around 1100 BC in a bitter drink enjoyed by the Mayans and Aztecs, the seed from the Theobroma cacao tree has been enjoyed by people everywhere. In the 19th century, an emulsification process created by John Cadbury turned this seed into the delectable treat now known as chocolate. Continue reading
What’s more romantic than a box of chocolates this Valentine’s day? A box of chocolates paired with the finest tawny port wine or a barrel-aged stout beer with a rich and dark chocolate bar might just do the trick. Whether you are an oenophiliac or can’t have a romantic meal without a microbrew setting the mood, there is a chocolate to be paired with it.
With Valentine’s Day round the corner, you will be looking for that perfect gift to impress your sweetheart. Well, it can be a tough choice if you do not have a list to choose from. This is a special day – a day of expressing love – and a great way to proclaim your feelings is through a thoughtful gift. Here are ten tips to choose the right gift or doing something meaningful for your sweetheart that he or she will adore you even more.
What better way to show your feelings than with a sweet surprise? There are infinite ways you can use candy creatively and uniquely to tell someone how you feel about them. Here are 7 ways to use sugary decadence to show the people in your life just how much they mean to you.
It does not matter if it is Valentine’s Day or not, there are some combinations that just work. Like jelly is to peanut butter and tomato is to basil, chocolate is to wine. Successfully paired, chocolate and wine play sweet off of savory for an explosion of new flavor you would not experience otherwise.