Special thanks to Wilton for sponsoring this video. I got a lot of requests to do another challenge video with my sister Mo! Let us know down below what other ...
This RSS feed URL is deprecated [...]
A texture, taste and legal challenge: Chocolate start-up shirks sugar for dates So what is the benefit in using dates as a sweetener? “Sugar is sugar - you're right,” she told FoodNavigator. “What we question is: why does chocolate have to be made with refined white sugar, just for the sake of tradition and its [functional [...]
via Food Business News]
A defining moment for craft chocolate “There are some key characteristics that are hard to define and quantify, but key characteristics and common threads between chocolate makers who define themselves as craft or fine,” he said. “The first one is a passion for the flavor, the true [...]
via The Detroit News]
Breaking news: Chocolate is good Chocolate also can be compared to wine, four experts agreed Wednesday in Hamtramck, since it might have detectable notes of things like blueberries, honey or oak, and some people can be really pretentious about it. But much as cheap Champagne is just [...]
Ruby KitKat waits to sell in US as Barry Callebaut secures FDA marketing permit “Ruby chocolate is already called chocolate outside of the US… but the FDA has a code of federal regulations that define food categories based on what ingredients can or need to be in there, the maximum or minimal amount of certain ingredients and the [...]
RT @AenderLara: I decided to go for 4 types of aspect ratio 4: 2, 3: 2 or 16:10, 16: 9 and 19.5: 9 (The chocolate bars or new phones gene…
@Sathnam @TheSTMagazine oh God, nothing on earth would convince me to move out of London. I define civilisation by… t.co/rvsSMOrT1p
© Photo: Shutterstock / Africa Studio White chocolate pieces on gray background. Hiding in some of your favorite desserts (like our favorite cookies of all time), you'll find a candy impostor. It's an ingredient that is sweet but has a hidden secret: white chocolate, the chocolate that's not chocolate at all.I know you might be thinking, how could that possibly be true? Well, it turns out that, culinarily speaking, white chocolate doesn't quite live up to its name.By definition, true...
Mhairi and Stuart Craig are originally from Scotland, but today they call the arts and crafts community of Arden, Delaware home.Mhairi, a registered nurse, had always had an interest in the relationship between diet and health. Stuart, with a doctorate in biochemistry, had spent a career in food and nutrition science. Both were satisfied in their careers, but were looking for something to do as a hobby.Along came chocolate-making and particularly, how to make dark chocolate with unrefined...
Chocolate has long been recognised as, and remains, a common cause of intoxication in dogs accounting for 25 per cent of acute presentations for intoxication.1 2 Case numbers in Europe and the UK have been reviewed, mostly based on reports to poisons centres.3–6 Chocolate toxicity results from the methylxanthine theobromine present in cocoa bean products, causing gastrointestinal (eg, vomiting), cardiovascular (eg, tachycardia) and central nervous (eg, agitation and seizure) signs.7...
We’ve all been there. You’re at a party or some other social gathering, and someone’s unattended dog chows down on a whole plate of chocolate while nobody’s looking — or possibly while everybody is looking. It’s a stressful scenario because chocolate is literally the number one thing we all know to keep away from dogs. Next thing you know, you’re giving your dog a few milliliters of hydrogen peroxide and it vomits up the Hersey’s bar onto the floor a few minutes later. The odds of this...