A huge part of starting in bean to bar chocolate is learning how to taste, in fact ideally you learn it as part of trying your first bar. But less discussed is why we taste the way we do, and I think understanding the why is just as important and honestly makes things more fun. So let’s dive in! (Though as a heads up this…
Because you likely don’t hate white chocolate – you likely hate fake white chocolate.
Wish you could visit a chocolate festival, only you don’t live near any or it’s April? Well you can totally have a mini-chocolate festival from the comfort of your own home! Here’s how!
Today I’m bringing you ways to save money on bean to bar chocolate. Because while bean to bar chocolate is the most ethical type of chocolate we’ve got and it’s dang awesome, it’s also generally the most expensive. So here are the ways I personally save money, and I hope they can help you out.
In cheese and chocolate pairings, there are no rules, only deliciousness.
Let’s start the new year with testing out a mystery chocolate box! (Spoilers inside!)
So the NW Chocolate Festival is coming up on November 9! Here’s your guide for making the most of this awesome weekend – and eating the most chocolate.
Yes, you’ve been eating your whole life, it’s not rocket science. But here’s the thing: craft chocolate is meant to be savored. The makers are going in assuming you know how to taste, and the chocolate is made accordingly. (Hershey and other mainstream makers are very much not making that assumption, and it shows if you try tasting them with both styles.) Once you know…
Because in Seattle, ice cream is the thing year round!
If you’re coming to Seattle, you’ve likely been told you’ve got to take a ferry. But where to? And, more importantly, what desserts can you get? Welp, let’s talk boats.