Your favourite chocolate

NielsenE

Active Member
#21
Then there's always L.A. Burdict's chocolate mice, dipped in dark hot chocolate until the start to lose their shape... mhmmmm, string tails make them perfect for dipping... Hmm maybe should pick up a box tomorrow on the way to the comp :)
 
#22
you guys are killing me! I am soooo hungry and I go from the random thoughts thread w/ Fascination talking about hot fudge sundaes to here..... chocolate! one of my biggest weaknesses....


favorite chocolate...... well any kind will do if it's around (trust me, if I know it's around, it won't be there for long, lol) but my favorite are the passionfruit truffles from Godiva.... the combination of the passionfruit and the dark chocolate inner layer of the shell is out of this world. unfortunately they only make them around valentine's day..... crossing my fingers that they have them again this year too
 

Spitfire

Well-Known Member
#24
Nestle's Crunch; have always loved those.

Perhaps my favorite way of enjoying chocolate is hot cocoa with a teaspoon of instant coffee mixed in.
 

Peaches

Well-Known Member
#25
I have to always remember to have other sweets or olives can also be a substitute.
Olives as a substitute for chocolate, eh? Now that's different.

I don't care for chocolate, generally. Really don't like truffles.

Now and again I like dark chocolate covered orange peel or candied ginger. By Neuhaus.
 
#29
Olives as a substitute for chocolate, eh? Now that's different.
Yes, it took us a while before we really understood that he didn't like chocolate (since boys are a bit late to speak). He's very happy with some olives if we don't have any sweets.

Any good quality chocolate is good for me. I just try not to eat too much cause I get pimples.
 
#30
Favorite Chocolate

OMG, I could bathe in chocolate. Best I've ever had is from "Maison de Chocolat". Everything they have is to die for. They have a shop in NYC and when I'm feeling indulgent, I order them to treat myself. Second fave is my homemade Bourbon Balls - best of both worlds - dark chocolate and Makers Mark!
 
#33
OMG, I could bathe in chocolate.

well, you actually could. Victoria's Secret makes (not sure if they still do) one of those 3-in-one shampoo/body wash/bath bubbles (like the stuff they sell at Sephora). One of the scents is a chocolate one, and it actually has real chocolate as one of the ingredients. It smells really really good too.
 
#35
Take chocolate in general, around the world, of myriad varieties, subtract really cheap easter chocolate that tastes like car wax, and bingo, you have my favorite chocolate.
 
#37
Another favorite of mine (besides Thorntons) is the Godiva liqueur line of products. Any and all work for me...
  • Godiva Chocolate Cream Liqueur
  • Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur
  • Godiva Cappuccino Liqueur
  • Godiva Original Chocolate Liqueur
MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Paula
 

mamboqueen

Well-Known Member
#38
I had never had this until today...and because of this thread! I bought a heaping box of Neuhaus assorteds from Marshall's (boy, that store has just about everything that can get me in trouble ... I bought a bottle of hot sauce called "PAIN - 100%", too) and I love the chocolates. In fact, I think it's time for #3....to be washed down with a Diet Pepsi.
 
#39
Another favorite of mine (besides Thorntons) is the Godiva liqueur line of products. Any and all work for me...
  • Godiva Chocolate Cream Liqueur
  • Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur
  • Godiva Cappuccino Liqueur
  • Godiva Original Chocolate Liqueur
MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Paula
ditto on that. I have the whole collection in my liquor cabinet!

btw, wrt the chocolate covered olives...I saw a valentine's day card once that had a cartoon of a science lab on the front with a male and female scientist surrounded by tons of food covered in chocolate. The front of the card said "how they settled on chocolate covered strawberries: the chocolate covered watermellon wouldn't fit in the box and chocolate covered olives are just gross"

(well, it was something along the lines of olives - can't recall now :oops:)
 
#40
I've been thinking I'd like to make candied orange peels to go with my Christmas cookies this year. And of couse they will be coated in delectable chocolate. Anyone else made this before? I understand you soak the orange peels for quite a long time???
 

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