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It made her the easiest person in the world to shop for. But we cannot allow guilt-ridden scarfing. As the maker of the fine La Grande Dame and other champagnes, and one who eats more than restaurant meals a year, her credibility about fine food and drink while maintaining weight stands up to scrutiny. Here are four of my favorite family recipes embracing chocolate.

Les Mangeuses de chocolat

Bringing back chocolate from BelgiumSwitzerlandor any good French chocolatier was mangruses sure way to her heart. It became a Spanish sensation. The tendency goes with an attitude that should be changed. Not that enjoying chocolate is a competitive sport.

If you like Belgian chocolate, I recommend Piron chocoat Evanston, Illinois, from which I purchase vast quantities of chocolate each year. Europe has remained a continent 0 f chocolate fanatics ever since. Go to Executive Times Archives.

For those not near the chocolate boutiques flow appearing in most American cities, it is possible to chocolt high quality online, such as dark, rich, delicious Valrhona.


One look at her cbocolat, her lips, her eyes, commanded a hush in the house. Texture is also vitally important to character: Only with cultivated pleasure can you enjoy chocolate in the clear light of day. Steve Hopkins, April 23, For the man from Lyon was, by French standards, extraordinary—few of us could eat as much and still eat it properly.

The joke in our family became that there was now proof of at least one person in France who had eaten more chocolate than my mother.

Nothing is sinfully delicious. The recommendation rating for this book appeared. Chocolate came to Europe via the New Worldin the age of more than one discovery.

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If we are going to eat bread and chocolate and we are and not get fat and we are notwe need to use our heads, as Dr. Click on title or picture to buy from amazon.

Next comes fermentation and two rounds of drying, followed by roasting and a few more delicate procedures before one obtains the cocoa mass. From that mass, three products are extracted: The proof of adequate attention and skill will be in the pudding, literally. It created an inferior product loaded with bad fats, and as a result, many Americans have never in their lives tasted the real thing. Too often, American women eat on the sly, and the result is much more guilt than pleasure.


My mantra of quality over quantity is doubly important when applied to something as potent as chocolate. After that, the direction 0 f global conquest was reversed, at least gastronomically.

Maximize the rewards of pleasure while minimizing the costs. The simple suggestions she makes, and uses herself, may be shunned by those who are looking for a way to eat large quantities of food and not get fat. It was still very bitter and peppery, but it was mixed with vanilla, honey, and flowers and served cold and foamy, usually at the end of a meal along with the tubes for smoking tobacco.

But our own version may be traced to the later pre-Columbian civilizations, around B. The Olmecs — B.

Les mangeuses de Chocolat

Quality chocolate is labor-intensive and complex. They also eat bread we fought a revolution over it! Go to Book Shelf. I took it in good fun, except when a comment was made about women who eat their chocolate en cachette in private. For French women, cocolat real thing remains dark chocolate, bittersweet or, even better, extra-bittersweet, which is the purest, with the highest percentage of cocoa solids—the stuff that makes chocolate taste chocolatey.

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