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Designed for the professional and budding professional chocolatier alike, the Revolation 2 is a conventional space efficient tabletop tempering machine, which ...

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Otago Daily Times [12/17/17, via Otago Daily Times]
A family business That's the gospel according to the classic mid 2000s television advert for Cadbury's bite-sized chocolate-coated chewy treat that has been called a national treasure. But before pineapple lumps, before jaffas and even before Cadbury came to New Zealand [...]

The Straits Times [08/05/17, via The Straits Times]
Craft chocolate is all the rage It is white and has a rich, buttery texture that resembles white chocolate in taste and appearance. Couverture chocolate: Chocolate that is made up of at least about 30 per cent cocoa butter, which makes it easier to melt and is ideal for forming thin [...]

Toowoomba Chronicle [09/04/17, via Toowoomba Chronicle]
First look at The Moose: City's cocktail, chocolate parlour "All the gelato has been imported from Italy, all the churros have been imported from Spain, the chocolate tempering machines are from France, the chocolate itself will be coming in from Belgium," Mr Goldie said. "Some of the stuff we will be making [...]

NEWS.com.au [05/01/17, via NEWS.com.au]
Michelle Lukman reveals her golden ball dessert on MasterChef Australia Michelle Lukman (@michelle_lukman) May 1, 2017. “I hope this dish can show the judges all the techniques that I've learnt and taught myself,” she said. “I like cooking any kind of desserts, really. Like, no-one's actually taught me how to cook, so I [...]

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A recipe for disaster! Heston's 100 STEP dish proved a nightmare for MasterChef contestants in last night's finale ... - Daily Mail

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Heston's 100 STEP dish proved a nightmare for MasterChef contestants in last night's finale. Contestants on last night's MasterChef finale faced a 92 step dessert Created by Heston Blumenthal it proved too much for Matt Sinclair The dish looks like a hard-boiled egg on top of noodles You can now try your hand at the challenge - see the... com By Josh Hanrahan For Daily Mail Australia. It has almost 100 steps and provided a nightmarish end to last night's Masterchef finale. Well, when it makes last year's 55 stage 'toughest dish ever' - as judge Gary Mehigan then described it - look easy, the answer is obviously the earlier choice.

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Enterprise Offers Sweet Success - Pro Bono Australia

Breaking national NFP news Jobs and career opportunities Conferences and events from across Australia Plus: Sign up today and receive a FREE copy of our Executive Webinar: Government Relations for Not for Profits - A Tactical Approach. “We started off as a very cottage-focused business, very small and with a focus on the immediate community here, and over time kind of worked out the products that our people can make without the supervisor being the person to make it, so the...

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Halal chocolate takes off among Muslims with a sweet tooth

(c) 2017, Bloomberg.Muslim countries are turning into fast-growing markets for chocolate, and one Asian country is betting more people around the world are going to want candy and goodies that comply with the religion’s strict food laws.Malaysia doesn’t grow much cocoa, but it has become the continent’s No. 2 processor by grinding beans imported from neighboring Indonesia, the largest producer outside of Africa and home to the world’s biggest Muslim population. With a majority of its own...

World's rarest chocolate heading to Australia

As chocolatier Igor Van Gerwen brings a square of the world's rarest chocolate to his lips, he ceremoniously inhales its aroma and his face melts with pleasure, as if he, himself, has a soft, fondant centre.Belgian-born Van Gerwen has exclusive rights to introduce the most sought-after chocolate on the planet, Fortunato No.4, to the Australian market.In fact, he's bought a whopping two tonnes of the same stuff New York's Anthony Bourdain and his mates in the US use to produce the Good &...

Chocolate Spike brings fresh taste to Christiansburg

#ndn-video-player-1.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }#ndn-video-player-2.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }Special to The Roanoke TimesWhile "visions of sugarplums" may dance in the heads of youngsters in the New River Valley this season, those with more exotic tastes will be happy to know that Eugenie Ranck's candy company, the Chocolate Spike, is expanding just in time for the holidays.A longtime fixture of...

Halal chocolate takes off among Muslims with a sweet tooth

Muslim countries are turning into fast-growing markets for chocolate, and one Asian country is betting more people around the world are going to want candy and goodies that comply with the religion's strict food laws.Malaysia doesn't grow much cocoa, but it has become the continent's No. 2 processor by grinding beans imported from neighboring Indonesia, the largest producer outside of Africa and home to the world's biggest Muslim population. With a majority of its own people classified as...