If you're looking for any excuse to indulge in chocolate without feeling post-pleasure guilt: you're in luck! July 7th is National Chocolate Day.
You can call it cookies and cream, cookies 'n cream, or Oreo, but those are minor details.
I won't pretend I'm a true soccer fan, but I love the World Cup. It has to do with country versus country, and how much it means to the players and fans of those countries. Having been fortunate enough to have visited several foreign countries, my method of choosing who to root for is quite simple.
Sister Christa-Maria extolled the benefits of their chocolate business identifying something very feminine about chocolate, something specific to the taste, something about the look. It fits better with women, she thinks.
Before I started this chocolate factory I was a criminal defense lawyer specializing in the most serious felony cases. That was challenging. This is more so.
This cake is universally loved because it is intensely chocolatey, extremely rich, and has the appearance of something quite difficult to make, giving it effort points among your guests, even though you will know better.
Chocolate will never let you down or make promises it can't keep.
America still has a major weight problem, and now, it turns out, there are different types of belly fat to worry about -- one of which you can't even see. The distinction is important.
Joe Whinney of Theo Chocolate with farmers in the Democratic Republic of Congo A beloved staple in many a household, chocolate has taken on a riche...
This gluten-free/vegan chocolate cake fits the bill.
Crossword puzzles, word scrambles and other "brain games" are popular choices for people trying to preserve their memory. Yet, recent research shows these activities are not challenging enough.
Even though it's a city known for amour, Paris is also passionate about its chocolate. We only stepped through the doorways of a handful of shops, but the decadence and rich texture combined with the tangy fruit compotes and nutty pralines leads us to believe that there may be more chocolate treasure to find.
As a child in bomb-pocked London, chocolate symbolized Sadie's tie to family, to luxury and to a vague recollection of life without war.
Men, we are led to believe, don't like chocolate unless it comes in the form of a Yorkie bar, but women are supposed to treat it as if it is crack cocaine.
These donuts were born of my late-night mind wanderings.
You'll find that with a jar of matzo toffee on the table, it disappears more quickly than you would have imagined.