A chocoholic's dream.
This cake is no-bake, a great advantage during warm months.
This mother's day we raise our chocolate treats, in all their glorious shapes and cacao content, in celebration of our mothers, real and symbolic.
Tequila, Fried Chicken, Chocolate Cake, Whiskey and Oysters. What more does anyone need, really?
By Sam Dean, Bon Appétit We like science as much as the next guy, but historically, it hasn't been the most consistent when it comes to telling u...
Irish Brown Bread, or traditional Irish Soda Bread is a staple of the Irish.
A no-bake treat that's ready in 30 minutes
In its original form, the Lamington, a cake that originates from Australia, consists of individual squares of sponge cake.
White chocolate is to me the un-chocolate, the anti-chocolate, the phantom zombie impostor chocolate that goes around looking and feeling and teasing you into believing that it will taste like chocolate, but lacking color, complexity and mystery.
When we're craving serious cookies -- cookies that make us feel good, that make everything feel right -- we turn to chocolate cookies. Here are 10 of our favorite.
Before I had kids, I possessed many ideas about what kind of parent I would be. Below are ten of those assumptions -- and the reality that followed, post-kids.
Chocolate mousse: elegant, airy, rich in flavor but light in texture, sophisticated but also simple. If ever there was a sexy dessert, chocolate mousse would be it.
Unwrap the world of chocolate and things aren't always sweet. The cacao plant's legacy is ancient and complex, while the business surrounding it is bitter, messy and even ruthless. Its future, meanwhile, is both exciting and uncertain.
Moms today are at a new crossroad, and Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In has initiated a fresh conversation about women and work. It's seems to me, however, that what's still missing from the conversation is an appreciation for the unique perspective and life skills of mothers.
The 1975, which took SXSW by storm, has been making waves thanks to their single "Chocolate" off their current EP, Music for Cars, which was released earlier this month.
Have you ever played the game of free association? Someone says a word, then you say the first thing that comes to mind? I played a version of that last week to take my mind off the mailbox during the Week of Reckoning -- waiting to hear if my son got into college. I did it using visual cues while attempting to go about my everyday life.