I've been saying this for years.
Spoiler Alert - It's Not What You Think. A preference for bitter or sweet is driven by genetic response to the presence of psychoactive chemicals.
Nope. Nothing actually new, and (surprise?) some misinformation to boot.
On what may eventually come to be known as "RUBY Tuesday" - September 5, 2017 - chocolate industry giant Barry Callebaut introduced, in Shanghai, a fourth type of chocolate ... RUBY Chocolate.
And Secret Chocolate Obsessions. What are YOURS?
Creating the entry rules and judging guidelines for a chocolate competition is harder than it might seem
It is always fun to work up chocolate and beer pairings. I find it a lot easier to create happy marriages between chocolate and beers than with wines ...
A new must-visit destination for chocolate in Paris.
It'll likely be well received. Japan ha a near obsession with KitKats.
While definitely NOT a low-calorie beverage - it is very tasty, and very versatile
In the two weeks since I posted my first story about Ruby chocolate (And Ruby Makes Four - a New Flavor and Color Join the Chocolate Family) there has been a lot of chatter and controversy globally surrounding Ruby