Now you can have your chocolate and eat it too - Even on a diet!
Dark Chocolate Is Healthy Chocolate!
You can have chocolate and still lose weight!
Dark chocolate is also known as "bittersweet" or "semisweet"
chocolate. One (1) ounce of dark chocolate per day is allowed on most diets.
Dark chocolate (not white chocolate or milk chocolate) is good for you. There is no question
that chocolate procures pleasure for those who eat it. -
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Chocolate Glossary - Types of Chocolate
All chocolate is not created equal. When shopping for your chocolate look at the label to find the percent
of cocoa butter contained in the bar.
Chocolate Substitution Chart
Need a quick substitution for chocolate? Here are some chocolate substitutions, but remember not always do they work as well as
the original recipe ingredients.
Hot Chocolate History
The terms Hot Cocoa and Hot Chocolate are often used interchangeably, but technically they are as
Milk Chocolate and bittersweet chocolate.
Recipes and Secrets for Making Hot Chocolate
These delicious and easy-to-make hot chocolate drinks are a must to serve your family and friends.
How To Melt and Temper Chocolate
Learn how easy it is to make these
Chocolate Clay Roses:
These delightful chocolate roses can be used as edible decorations for a cake or to create a basket of blooms. This edible clay can be also used
as a modeling clay for making other figurines and objects. The soft pliability makes it easy to work with.
These chocolate roses are so easy to make that even
children enjoy making them.
Mardi Gras - Fat Tuesday
February 17, 2105
I think that I may say that an American has not seen the United States until he has seen Mardi Gras in New Orleans. - Mark Twain, American writer (1835-1910)
Mardi Gras is French for "Fat Tuesday." It is the day before Ash Wednesday, a day of
celebration and partying before the rigors of Lent's forty days of fasting and sacrifice. Learn about the history of different New Orleans's dishes
and use my recipes to duplicate them?
In some rural areas of Louisiana, masked and costumed
horseback riders participate in what is called the Courir de Mardi Gras,
which means "run of Mardi Gras." Routes can be as long as sixty miles, and
the riders may visit as many as thirty (30) households. Today, people come from all over to watch the riders start
their Courir de Mardi Gras. They also are there to greet the riders after
the run and to help cook a large gumbo with the food that was collected. The
festivities end promptly at midnight, the beginning of Lent.
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New Orleans Recipes and History