Step away from the bagged chips and pick up a knife.
Passover's chocolate layers new causes onto age-old themes of freedom, peoplehood and monotheism. Recent campaigns have responded to the need for chocolate that is both kosher for the festival and also fair trade certified. Until 2012 it was not possible to find both.
Make this superfood mousse whenever you need a healthy chocolate fix!
I'm not going to lie, these pudding shots require about 75% of your heart and soul.
Nothing has ever been more worth it.
Oatmeal breakfast bars packed with protein, peanut butter and chocolate. What more could you want in breakfast, really?
You know it's always fascinating to watch the beginning of the next really big thing. Well, that's what it was like at the Watermark Conference today when Hillary Clinton, the former Secretary of State, took the stage.
Yes, it's a twist on the 1969 film starring Suzanne Pleshette and Charlie Cartwright "If it's Tuesday, this must be Belgium," about a group of American tourists zipping through Europe on a bus tour with barely time to see anything.
It's sophisticated. It's indulgent. And it really only takes a bar of chocolate (or two).
Presidential chocolate was part of each breakfast at the Mt. Vernon home of George and Martha Washington, where Martha sat at the head of ...
For Valentine's Day, we dug through the Democracy Now! archives to bring you these 20 stories. 1. Love Has No Color Just two years ago, a group of...
We still hear the question "What did you give up for Lent?", which is wonderful since it means the tradition is still alive. But, is the "giving up" in adulthood meaningful?
On this Valentine weekend, do something heartfelt, something courageous. Stand up for something or someone you believe in, whether it's a big act or a little gesture. Take action on something you've dreamt of doing. Make it real. Exercise your unique heart wisdom.
The perfect from-scratch hot chocolate is just 3 pantry ingredients and 10 minutes away.
The only thing better than dessert is chocolate dessert.
Getting the amount of flavonols that were useful in the study group from chocolate would involve eating so much chocolate that whatever protection you'd gain from these beneficial molecules, you'd lose from the harms associated with sugar and calorie overload.