- 20/06/2016Strawberries on toast with a layer of honey sweetened cream cheese glazed with warm strawberry jam. Double strawberry toast, double yum!Double Strawberry Toast - DelishPlanwww.delishplan.com Strawberries on toast with a layer of honey sweetened cream cheese glazed with warm strawberry jam. Double strawberry toast, double...
- 16/06/2016This quick and easy chocolate-hazelnut & raspberry toast makes a healthy and delicious snack or breakfast!Chocolate Hazelnut & Raspberry Toast - DelishPlanwww.delishplan.com This quick and easy chocolate-hazelnut & raspberry toast makes a healthy and delicious snack or...
- Producer06/06/20163 Ingredients Serial: Episode 2As you saw last week, I'm sharing with you one of the serials I did at my WordPress blog. This is a "pantser" story -- purely spontaneous, with the plot driven by "ingredients" (things) readers requested at my blog. In my imagination I always...
- Producer05/06/2016A Penchant for the Best – Le Chocolatier Extraordinaire The Japanese are, for lack of a better word, obsessed with quality. They have a knack for seeking out the best in the World. They know how to cut through the marketing spiel and identify the pinnacle of craftsmanship. Whilst the whole World is...
Comments06/06/2016 #7 Ken BoddieChild labour is reportedly a common problem with coffee also, @Dean Owen, and, I understand, in the sugar cane fields of El Salvador. If you come across "Belching out the Devil" by Mark Thomas, it's well worth a read. The sub-title is "Global Adventures with Coca-Cola". 📙#606/06/2016 #6 Dean Owen#5 Only through a window of a Japanese patissier in Tokyo. It would be nice to see where the cocoa beans come from too, but I fear the industry really needs to get to grips with slavery and child labour that appears rampant in the supply chain for big corp manufacturers like Nestle and Mars, especially in Ghana and the Ivory Coast.05/06/2016 #2 NO oneYour dogs are gorgeous! "Place one square on your tongue and let the warmth of your mouth melt the chocolate until the liquid caramel oozes out." Dean Owen you are almost torturing me with these words, so descriptive! I went to Belgium and I'll have t go again to try Marcolini's chocolates since I only had Leonidas. Chocolate...sigh..05/06/2016 #1 Ken BoddieYou got me at quality control, @Dean Owen, and then a double whammy when you mentioned chocolate. 🕵 ☕️ The wife and I are often seen these days either sipping a locally conched chocolate drink (typically from the Noosa Chocolate Factory) or purchasing from the local Lindt retailer. Unfortunately we don't have anything that comes close to the exotic menu to which you refer in your post, but you did bring back memories of our time in Brussels a few years back. Perhaps you are also aware of the very real 'feel good' characteristics of chocolate? https://kkloukin.web.cern.ch/kkloukin/chocolate.htm
- 18/05/2016Custard & White Chocolate Cookies - KitchenMasonkitchenmason.com These Custard & White Chocolate Cookies are the greatest flavour combo EVER! British to the core, they're simple to make & quick to disappear...
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Bélgica chocolate amado en todo el mundo ! https://ExploreTraveler.com
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- 20/04/2016No Bake Chocolate Drops With Easy Caramel Sauce #DelishPlanNo Bake Chocolate Drops With Easy Caramel Sauce - DelishPlanwww.delishplan.com Chewy chocolate drops drizzled with an easy homemade caramel sauce and topped with chopped nuts! No baking...