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Fritos 

While David Lebovitz was dreaming of "white chocolate-coated Fritos" one of his Austin, Texas, cooking class participants presented the group with these chocolate-covered Fritos with chipotle pepper sprinkled on top. Photo courtesy of David Lebovitz via Flickr.com.



Beef Jerky

Anders Sandberg loves experimenting with food, and in August 2007 his combination of beef jerky and milk chocolate proved to be a success. He started with mixed reindeer/elk jerky and used a melted Lindt's Excellence Chili Bar for a blend of spicy sweetness. Photo courtesy of Anders Sandberg via Flickr.com.







Carrots

While this looks delectable, how scrumptious can raw carrots covered in chocolate really be? This dessert, made by Chef Sean Brock from McCrady's Restaurant in Charleston, South Carolina, is brown-butter caramel ice cream and cocoa crumbles, all topped with the fresh-from-the-garden, chocolate-covered carrots. Photo courtesy of Joan Perry.





6 comments:

Patricia Rockwell January 25, 2010 at 2:46 PM  

I have had chocolate-covered pretzels! To die for!

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The Accessory Lady January 29, 2010 at 10:39 AM  

I love chocolate covered blueberries, but I'd like to try it on sesame sticks! :-)

RE Ausetkmt February 2, 2010 at 2:23 PM  

I made chocolate candy lastnite. tonite I'm going to cover some nuts, dried cherries, dried cranberries, and some rice cereal. I plan to make a mix of the chocolate covered fruit and nuts and to eat the cereal by itself on icecream. since I bought a chocolate pot I've made quite a few chocolates and I think I'll keep making them if I get more recipes. how bout a special on Chocolate Turtles and Candymaking.

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Who am I?

Hi.
My name is Anna.
I am a HUGE lover of Chocolate.
I eat it, I research it, and I live by it.

By day I am a dietician, ironically as it may seem.
By night, I am obsessed with the various aspects related to chocolate.

A Day Without Chocolate is like a day without Sunshine.

Anna

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