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post #16 of 19
I don't have much around me but I do have a health food store, maybe I can look in there. My SIL has her own restaurant and goes to the shows at the Javitz Center in NY. She invited me along but wound up not being able to go. Point of my blabber being was that I planned on getting some good chocolate there. I wanted to experiment with chocolate but wound up putting the Wilton melts back, I've heard they aren't that good and I couldn't do it, chocoholic that I am.


Everyone in my family loves tea! Isn't it grand! Cold and hot, year round. I hope my daughter will like it someday. Do you have those big "bucket mugs", we call them, Antonia? Dainty cups are pretty but they don't serve the purpose....you need one of those big 12-16 ounce buggers! thumbs_up.gif
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post #17 of 19
try to find a heavily alkalized dutch-processed cocoa, the more alkali the cocoa contains, the darker it gets, but also more bitter.

check out the "black onyx" cocoa on this site:
http://www.savoryspiceshop.com/spices/cocoa.html

and this site claims that their jet-black cocoa is what makes oreo cookies so black:
http://www.jena-maries.com/?page=product_detail&id=21
post #18 of 19
hahaha, Zamode!!

I have a HUGE mug I drink my tea from, steeped using 2 tea bags at once if the day starts really badly!!! icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
post #19 of 19
I just made the chocolate rolled cookies and they are yummy! Used Herseys cocoa.
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