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New 27" 68cm 5Tiers Stainless Commercial Hotel Chocolate Fountain High Quality $179.99

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12kg Commercial Electric Chocolate Tempering Machine Melter Maker /5 Melting Pot $163.99

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New 27" 68cm 5Tiers Stainless Commercial Hotel Chocolate Fountain High Quality $179.99

New 27" 68cm 5Tiers Stainless Commercial Hotel Chocolate Fountain High Quality

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New 27" 68cm 5Tiers Stainless Commercial Hotel Chocolate Fountain High Quality $179.99

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Independent Online [07/07/18, via Independent Online]
5 things you didn't know about chocolate Chocolate can taste like more than just chocolate! Fine chocolate is complex (like wine) and has over 600 flavour compounds. These flavours are all determined by the soil; climate, the way it is roasted and conched can all change the way the chocolate [...]

[07/09/18, via The Daily News Online]
A sweet history of chocolate: MARS officials give the low-down at GCVM In 1867, Henri Nestlé created a process to condense milk and, in 1876, Daniel Peter made the first milk chocolate bar. Rodolphe Lindt, another Swiss chocolate manufacturer, made the conching machine and used a process which smoothed out the gritty  [...]

Santa Barbara Independent [07/19/18, via Santa Barbara Independent]
Unwrapping the Bean-to-Bar Boom In 1879, after decades of development by such names as Nestlé and Cadbury, the Swiss chocolate maker Rodolphe Lindt invented the conching machine, which produced the texture and taste of chocolate that we know today. By the early 20th century, cocoa  [...]

Maritzburg Sun [07/27/18, via Maritzburg Sun]
Deliciously decadent – 4 surprising facts about chocolate cakes In 1879, my very favourite chocolatier, Rudolf Lindt, pioneered a process called conching to produce a smoother and more silky chocolate that could be used for baking. Thank-you Mr Lindt. This transformed “chocolate cakes” from white or yellow cakes to [...]

The last stage of manufacturing chocolate is Conching & Tempering. One of the most important steps in producing qua… t.co/ISjMDoq7VF 

Dark Chocolate Bonbon crafted with Elvesia 74% Grand Cru cacao. The extended conching method of this lovely chocola… t.co/LMq78tbehb 

The Science of Chocolate The Science of Chocolate
Published by Royal Society of Chemistry 2017
ISBN 0854046003,9780854046003
175 pages
Confectionery and Chocolate Engineering Confectionery and Chocolate Engineering
Published by John Wiley & Sons 2016
ISBN 9781118939765,111893976X
792 pages
Chocolate Chocolate
Published by Dorling Kindersley Ltd 2016
ISBN 9780241288054,0241288053
224 pages
Chocolate, Cocoa and Confectionery: Science and Technology Chocolate, Cocoa and Confectionery: Science and Technology
Published by Springer Science & Business Media 2012
ISBN 9789401179249,9401179247
904 pages

Date Night? Try The Conche, Leesburg's new chocolate-doused restaurant - Loudoun Times-Mirror

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The melting point for chocolate is around 86-90 degrees Fahrenheit, so below body temperature, which means chocolate literally melts in the mouth. Add some low lighting, trendy chocolate and cream-colored décor, a splash of bourbon, and The Conche is Leesburg’s new chocolate-themed wingman. Located in the Village at Leesburg, The Conche seats 72 people, with 12 at the bar and the remaining 64 seats at charming banquettes and tables in the main dining room. When patrons walk in they immediately see the conche, a machine invented by Rodolphe Lindt – as in Lindt chocolate – in 1879 to agitate a chocolate mixture and properly distribute the.

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Home Today Is The Chocolate Chip Cookie Is The State Cookie For Which Two States?... - South Florida Reporter

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In 1937, Ruth Graves Wakefield of Whitman, Massachusetts must have been curious what a little bit of chocolate would add to her cookies. While working at the Toll House Inn, she added cut-up chunks of semi-sweet Nestle chocolate bar to a cookie recipe. The cookies were a huge success and in 1939 Wakefield signed an agreement with Nestle to add her recipe to the chocolate bar’s packaging. Semi-sweet was the original flavor of chocolate chips. Today the chocolates come in bittersweet, semi-sweet, mint, white chocolate, dark chocolate, milk chocolate, and white and dark swirled. The imagination is the only thing limiting what recipes chocolate can be used. Today chocolate chips are used in a variety of baking methods from sweet to savory.

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Filling up on chocolate pudding with strawberries

If you like chocolate and strawberries, Kozy Shack has a new dessert that's right up you alley - bowls of creamy chocolate pudding studded with pieces of strawberries. Most members of the Times-Union Consumer Panel enjoyed the dessert, but a couple gave it a thumbs down.A half-cup serving of the refrigerated pudding contains 150 calories, 2.5 grams of fat, 105 milligrams of sodium, 24 grams of sugars, 10 milligrams of cholesterol and no trans fat.Instead of eating the dessert as a pudding,...

Hometown Tourist: Fresh Coast Chocolate

November 10, 2017It’s a treat that so many love to savor: chocolate.But have you ever gone chocolate sampling?Hometown Tourist takes us to Fresh Coast Chocolate Company in downtown Traverse City to see how craft chocolate is made and how you can grab a sample.“We share space with mammoth, in a lot of ways they have their bar area. We have our actual manufacturing here so you can see us making chocolate. This is kind of going the way with chocolate, coffee, craft beer, craft spirits, it’s a...

Chocolate’s tasteful revolution

Walk into Claire Burnet’s kitchen in Swanage, on the Dorset coast, and you will find all manner of produce: watercress, mint and black garlic, perhaps, from nearby farms; jars of honey from Bob, the local beekeeper; a range of artisanal spirits, including Twisted Nose, a small-batch gin from Winchester; and maybe a Blue Vinny cheese from Woodbridge Farm, an hour’s drive away.Nothing strange about that, you might think: chefs all over Britain are seeking out local, seasonal produce as...

The pioneers of Switzerland’s ‘Chocolate Revolution’

.article_content h3 { color: #000000 !important; } How did a country without a single homegrown cocoa bean become one of the world’s leading chocolate manufacturers? swissinfo.ch explains how the history of chocolate as we know it is the history of Swiss innovation, immigration, luck – and love.The $100 billion (CHF100billion) global chocolate industry has certainly come a long way since the days, some 3,000 years ago, when inhabitants of central and southern America would...