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Opinion by CheetahGirl5147 posted over a year ago
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This WAS My Chocolate Bar


Someone: I dunno but....

╠╬╬╬╣ Who took half of her chocolate?!

Someone Else: I DID!!!!! >:D

Someone Else Else: I took some >:D ╩╝


Me: Problem Solved :D 
Fan fiction by mrunalstar posted over a year ago
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The yummy delicious and most tasty insertedwith brown heavy cream is one n only chocolate which million of people love to eat.it has won heart of million of people.It is fantacy 4 all .The word chocolate is derived from "xocolatl" that means sparkling water. For the elaboration of chocolate is necessary to follow some steps. The first thing you realize is the washing and roasting of cocoa beans, the aim is to increase the aroma and to promote the loosening of the skin of the seed. A brush system allows you to remove the skins and any other impurities or foreign bodies. Then, in large rotating fields, the beans are roasted for a few minutes, eliminating the moisture and acidity, while fostering the development of aromas. To finish, they grind the cocoa beans and that’s how chocolate is made.
Chocolate is the king of food that everyone likes to eat. Although we do not know the process of making it, we all love chocolate.
Some people think that is that there is white and brown chocolate. But the truth is that with chocolate does not exist. What we call white chocolate is a mixture of milk with other ingredient that gives it a solid consistency and some how chocolate...
Article by Ultra_Violeteer posted over a year ago
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Eating Chocolate

The sought-after reprieve
From everyday monotony.
{Can I have some?}

The sight,
That first glimpse
Of the beautifully dark surface.
{It’s amazing.}

The touch,
The mind numbing smoothness
Like waves washing over a hard rock.
{It’s unbelievable.}

The sound,
The hard deep “SNAP!” of it breaking
So you know it can be shared.
{But you won’t.}

The smell,
That underlying bitter scent
And the heavy, masking, sweetness.
{Just take a bite.}

The anticipation,
The chocolate is near
You think, should I? Dare I?
{Please do, yes, eat it.}

The taste,
That milky, rich, sweet flavor
A tang of thick bitterness,
And then in a gooey gulp, it’s gone.
{Oh, it’s so good.}

The After-taste,
The sense subsides
You fish around with your tongue.
Fan fiction by Hellowittykitty posted over a year ago
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I walked down the bakery store, just coming back from work. I sniffed the fresh air of the bread, which tasted delicious. My boyfriend, Antoine was strolling along with me, talking the night away. I paid absolutely no attention to him, just dreaming about chocolates and their flavory tastes. Creamy vanilla, white, caramel fillings.....delicious! Antoine gently tapped me on the shoulder, unaware if I was listening. He smirked at me when I lied and said yes, which caused him to continue. I sighed, I wonder if all he thought about was his job. Tax papers, faxes, emails, he never had time for us. Sometimes, he would leave in the middle of a date to accept a call or stop a kiss to write back an email. I loved Antoine, but I didn't know if he felt the same way. On the way back to our apartment, I spotted Chef Gust-eau's finest chocolate eatery. My mouth watered at the sudden sight of chocolate. Antoine spotted me and asked if we should have our date there. I shook my head yes enthusiastically, causing him to chuckle heartily. I wanted to devour those tasty treats in the front window. He grabbed my hand gently and led me inside Chocolate Heaven.
Article by kapaina posted over a year ago
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Mother Earth has discovered a great object, cocoa bean, God made some people smart enough to figure out how to make chocolate. Now all thanks the Mother Earth and God we have a great thing - CHOCOLATE. If anyone dosen't like chocolate, then, no offense, but thats a little problem. Chocolate fans will always strive to convince people to enjoy the majestic 'chocolate'. For we will gain more and more chocolate fans every year but will also lose alot...if you know what I'm kinda trying to express.

Article by happygirl22 posted over a year ago
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Hi! I'm going to tell you some fun facts about chocolate. I got these facts from the internet. Well, lets get started! :D

Did you know?

A recent study indicates that when men crave food, they tend to crave fat and salt. When women crave food, they tend to desire chocolate.

Aztec Emperor Montezuma drank 50 golden goblets of hot chocolate, dyed red and flavored with chili peppers, every day.

Chocolate syrup was used for blood in the famous 45 second shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s movie, Psycho, which actually took 7 days to shoot.

The average American consumes more than 10 pounds of chocolate every year.

76% of Americans say the ears of the chocolate bunnies should be eaten first.
5% think chocolate feet of the bunnies should be eaten first.
4% think the chocolate tails should go first.

One ounce of milk chocolate has only a little more caffeine than the amount of caffeine in a cup of decaffeinated coffee and white chocolate has no caffeine.
Review by kapiltiwari posted over a year ago
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Well reviews are evaluations of a products, or services shared or published by customers who have used that particular service or products, Reviews are the most important and first thing a customer finds when he wants to choose something from a product to services, Hence reviews are most important part of today’s business, Well in this era we have about 60% of the trading on world wide web, where the products can not touched or seen directly, many customers mind or decisions change once they have read the reviews, These link can develop or crash a business enterprise, To provide this facility there are many websites out there which provides forum to share the review on particular product or service.

This helps a enterprise to gain more goodwill among customers which will indirectly help increase in sales.

When it comes to website or online stores the hosting is the most vital among other resources of the website, with numerous hosting services available in the market it a hard task to find the best. therefore hosting is a vital part for your website. it becomes important...
Fan fiction by MineTurtle posted over a year ago
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"Lindy, I'm a chocoholic.I'm addicted. I can't help it!" Rachel confessed.
"What? Oh, Rach. How did you become a chocoholic?"
"Well, here's how it happened:
5 years ago, my dad started abusing me. My mum tried to stop him, but she couldn't do anything. Yet she kept trying. It led to fighting, which led to the divorce. Dad moved away, and started dating again 8 weeks later. When mum found out, she was devastated. But a week later, she realized she was in love with one of the guys at her work. They started dating, and he's a great guy, he really is. But no one can ever replace dad. Anyway, after about 6 months of dating, dad got married. I was at his wedding. But instead of it being happy, I was miserable. Not long after, mum married her new boyfriend. It was the same experience. Dad invited me over for lunch 3 weeks after, and his new wife has kids. They are the brattiest kids I've ever met. Then we had to move into her husband's house. He also has crazy kids. And now mum and dad are driving me crazy about me having to set a 'good example' for my half-brothers and sisters. I got depressed and started eating chocolate to cope. It's now become and addiction, and...
Fan fiction by MineTurtle posted over a year ago
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Rachel ran. She ran from her house. Past the sweet shop. Past the police station and hospital. She ran all the way down to the lake, tears trickling her face.
When she got down to the lake, she went straight to her secret place. She got there and sat down, letting the tears flow freely. How can I tell her, she thought. Tell Lindy that I'm addicted to chocolate? How?

Lindy had silently followed Rachel all the way. She lost Rachel at the park, but she knew exactly where her bestie was. So she went to Rachel's secret place. As she expected, Rachel was sitting there. Lindy came and sat down beside her.
"What's wrong, Rach?" Lindy asked, her voice full of love and concern. She put her arm around Rachel, but she shrugged it off. "C'mon, Rach."
"Why do you care about what I'm crying about."
"Because you're my bestie and best friends care about each other." Rachel turned to look at her, eyes moist, and her face stained with sorrow. She opened her mouth to speak, but she just collapsed into Lindy and started bawling her eyes out.
Article by sunshinedany posted over a year ago
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Chocolate Cherry Trifle

-Ingredients :1 large chocolate pound loaf * black cherry jam * 60ml Kirsch+ 60ml Brandy * 700g drained black cherries
-Chocolate Custard:90g Dark chocolate,minimum 70% cocoa solids, chopped * 250ml milk * 250ml heavy cream *6 egg yolks *85g sugar *25g cocoa
- Topping : 250ml Double cream *Dark Chocolate Shavings
Special Equipment: Large wide trifle bowl
- Method:
1.Spread the chocolate cake slices with the cherry jam, and layer the bottom of a large wide trifle bowl. 2.Pour the Kirsch+Brandy over the cake sandwiches, and then top with the drained cherries. Cover with cling & let it sit, while you make the custard.
3.Melt the chocolate in the microwave. Set aside. In a saucepan gently warm the milk and cream. Whisk the yolks, sugar, and cocoa in a bowl. Pour the warm milk and cream into the bowl whisking it into the yolks and sugar mixture. Stir in the melted chocolate, pour the custard back into the saucepan and cook over a low heat until the custard thickens, stirring all the time. The custard will thicken as it cools and also when it's chilling in the refrigerator. Pour into a bowl to cool and...
Fan fiction by MineTurtle posted over a year ago
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'You seriously gonna eat that WHOLE block of chocolate?' Lindy asked, wide eyed.
'Yeah. Why not?' Rachel replied biting into it. 'Oh, sorry. Did you want some?'
'No,no. It's just...a whole bar of chocolate? Get real!'
'Okay, so I'm a bit of a chocoholic. But what's it to you, Lindy?'
'Listen, Rach...' her voice trailed off. They were silent for a moment, Lindy trying to choose the right words to say. 'What, Lindy?'
'It's just...' her voice finally broke. 'Too much chocolate is not good for you. I guess I'm just a bit scared. You've been eating a lot lately, and I'm a bit worried,' Lindy said bluntly. Rachel was knocked back by this statement. She was silent for a minute,and then finally said 'Lindy, why do care how much chocolate I eat? I mean, you already have other stuff to worry about. Why worry about me?'
'Because I care about you.'
'Why do you care?' Rachel was getting a bit aggravated.
'Because I love you. Why are you acting this way, Rach? You've never spoken to me like this before. What's wrong?' Rachel stiffened up, put the chocolate down, gave Lindy a cold, hard stare for 30 seconds, then spun around on her heel and stormed...
Article by doniaraafat posted over a year ago
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Spend an interesting sightseeing tour to Pyramids via one of our Cairo tours and discover Memphis; the capital city of old Egypt, Sakkara, the great Pyramids of Giza and the giant Sphinx. Also you will explore the Valley Temple.

Cairo Day Tour to Giza Pyramids, Memphis and Sakkara Pyramids Trip

Leisure Travel Egypt guide will pick you up from the hotel you are staying in to start your historical and fascinating tour of the legendary Egyptian pyramids. Your tour will start with a visit to the ancient Pyramids of Cheops, Chephren and Mykerinus. Then continue to the great sphinx which consist of human pharaonic head and the body of a lion where a visit to the Valley Temple;which belongs to king Chephren is included , Then you will head to Sakkara to visit the step Pyramid of Zoser, the oldest stone structure which belongs to Pharaoh Djoser, end your tour with a visit to Memphis the ancient capital city of Old Egypt which was originated by the Pharaoh King Menes around 3000 BC. It features a range of antiquated temples, a Royal Palace and Ramses ll Statue, later transfer back to your hotel.
News by chocol8-fetish posted over a year ago
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Heart Shaped Banana Chocolate Mud Cake
Recently a friend asked me to make a cake for his 5th anniversary to his partner.

There was no way I was going to say no, so I asked him what type of cake would they both like.

He told me they wanted a certain kind of chocolate mud cake.

So I did my research to find a recipe to use as a guide and quickly discovered that no-one had ever made this recipe according to my Google search.

I knew immediately that I had to make it and be the first to have it on the internet.

Here it is for you to try - link
Guide by randomcreeper posted over a year ago
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First, dont wash yourself for 2 weeks... yeah you'll smell but that turns guys on!
Then, when you're ready to look amazing, put a thick layer of foundation on (it has to be 5 shades darker than your normal skintone) making sure to leave an obvious line down the side of your face.. dont put any on your neck, only the face!
Purple eyeshadow is the way to go! Apply a thick layer from your lashes till you're only 1mm away from your eyebrow!
Apply black eyeliner on both your waterline and directly underneath your eye. It gives a real ghetto, I'm a teen kinda look!
Lipstick... If youre blonde, go for a hot pink that stands out! If you're black/ginger, go for a dark rouge kinda colour... it makes your hair look amazing! If you're brunette, go for a pale pink.. but use a brown lipliner! It makes your lips look bigger!
Hair, Back-comb it all! Every sinle strand has to be brushed in the wrong direction! Then when you thing it has enough volume... Try to straighten it... it'll puff in just the right places.. trust me the guys will be wiped off their feet!
Opinion by sunshinedany posted over a year ago
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1) for your heart
- eating a small amount of dark chocolate two or three times each week can help lower your blood pressure because dark chocolate improves blood flow and may help prevent the formation of blood clots.
2) for your brain
- increases blood flow to the brain as well as to the heart, so it can help improve cognitive function
- contains several chemical compounds that have a positive effect on your mood and cognitive health.
3) controling your blood sugar
- dark chocolate has a low glycemic index,meaning it won't cause huge spikes in blood sugar levels
- the flavonoids in dark chocolate help reduce insulin resistance by helping your cells to function normally and regain the ability to use your body's insulin efficiently
4) because
-contains a number of vitamins and minerals that can support your health like •Potassium and Copper (help prevent against stroke and cardiovascular ailments) •Magnesium (helps prevent type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease) •Iron (protects against iron deficiency anemia)
Article by Draculaura10 posted over a year ago
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It takes less than a minute .
Work this out as you read .
Be sure you don't read the bottom until you've worked it out!
This is not one of those waste of time things, it's fun.

1. First of all, pick the number of times a week that you would like to have chocolate (more than once but less than 10)

2. Multiply this number by 2 (just to be bold)

3. Add 5

4. Multiply it by 50 -- I'll wait while you get the calculator

5. If you have already had your birthday this year add 1762 ..
If you haven't, add 1761..

6... Now subtract the four digit year that you were born.

You should have a three digit number

The first digit of this was your original number
Opinion by adamjohnclarke posted over a year ago
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He would describe in lurid detail how the flakes of chocolate covering the small irregular lumps of his treats would slowly dissolve onto his taste buds sending sickly sweet shivers down his spine … the chocolate coat enrobing the creamy truffle filling would finally explode upon his tongue and ooze a sickly, sugary viscous mixture of liquid cream, cocoa and butter. His choices were lavish: white chocolate with thick buttery filling and chipped flakes, double cream and Jamaican rum encased in a dark chocolate dressing, satin smooth champagne milk chocolate dusted in lavish layers of powdered cocoa, coffee flavoured cappuccino balls sprinkled with almonds, puréed strawberry and toasted coconut dusting. He perused the cabinet of the patisserie with orgasmic stirrings...


Lit by the baking sun of Southern Italy and surrounded by a bleak landscape of charred cinders, on the rooftop of an unremarkable roof terrace, consumed by a fetish of gastronomic wonders, ‘The Heat of the Mezzogiorno’ is the fiercely political debut novel by Adam John Clarke.
Article by wakana posted over a year ago
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The earliest record of chocolate was over fifteen hundred years ago in the Central American rain forests, where the tropical mix of high rain fall combined with high year round temperatures and humidity provide the ideal climate for cultivation of the plant from which chocolate is derived, the Cacao Tree.

The Cacao Tree was worshipped by the Mayan civilisation of Central America and Southern Mexico, who believed it to be of divine origin, Cacao is actually a Mayan word meaning "God Food" hence the tree's modern generic Latin name 'Theobrama Cacao' meaning ‘Food of the Gods’. Cacao was corrupted into the more familiar 'Cocoa' by the early European explorers. The Maya brewed a spicy, bitter sweet drink by roasting and pounding the seeds of the Cacao tree (cocoa beans) with maize and Capsicum (Chilli) peppers and letting the mixture ferment. This drink was reserved for use in ceremonies as well as for drinking by the wealthy and religious elite, they also ate a Cacao porridge.
Guide by charilaos posted over a year ago
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Yield: 6 servings (serving size: 1 soufflé and about 2 tablespoons sauce)

Cooking spray
1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar, divided
3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 1/4 cups fat-free milk
3 ounces bittersweet chocolate, chopped
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 large egg yolk
6 large egg whites

1 tablespoon butter
1/3 cup sugar
2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa
1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
1/2 cup fat-free milk
1/2 ounce bittersweet chocolate, chopped

Position oven rack to the lowest setting, and remove middle rack. Preheat oven to 425°.

To prepare the soufflés, lightly coat 6 (8-ounce) soufflé dishes with cooking spray. Sprinkle evenly with 2 tablespoons sugar. Set aside.

Combine remaining 1/2 cup sugar, 3 tablespoons flour, 3 tablespoons cocoa, and salt in a medium saucepan over medium-high heat, stirring with a whisk. Gradually add 1 1/4 cups milk, stirring constantly with a whisk; bring to a boil. Cook 2 minutes or until slightly thick, stirring...
List by a26133 posted over a year ago
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here are few bits of chocolate
3 Musketeers
Big Turk
Cadbury Creme Egg
Charleston Chew
Cherry Blossom
Coffee Crisp
Nestlé Crunch
Crispy Crunch
Hershey Creamy Milk Chocolate
Jersey Milk
Junior Mints
Kit Kat
Malted milk
Mr. Big
M & M's
Oh Henry!
Reese's Peanut Butter Cup
Spotted Dick
Sweet Marie
The Nutty Professor Bar
Zero bars
please tell me if u know anymore
Guide by EL_MaNu posted over a year ago
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Last year I made them for my ex-boyfriend on Valentines Day... I really liked them!

For ca 60 pralines you need:

For truffle filling:
300g halfbitter chocolate coating
100g butter
100g cream

For flavour:
bourbon vanilla
orange abrasion
cayenne pepper
bitter almond aroma

For coating:
full-cream milk chocolate coating
white chocolate coating
finely chopped nuts (e.g. hazelnuts)

For filling:
complete nuts (e.g. hazelnuts, almonds)
dried fruits

1. truffle filling
- heat the cream in a pot and let the butter and the halfbitter chocolate coating melt in it slowly
- attention: it shouldn't boil!
- add a flouvor if you like e.g. the bourbon vanilla, some cinnamon, the orange abrasion, cayenne pepper, bitter almond aroma or Cointreu
- fill in the fluid truffle filling in a bowl covered with plastic wrap or a baking plate and let it cool in a fridge for at least 3 hours
Opinion by rahma posted over a year ago
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Good Living
is an act of intelligence,
by which we choose things
which have an agreeable taste
rather than those which do not.

The 12-step chocoholics program:
-Terry Moore

Strength is the capacity to break a chocolate bar into four pieces with your bare hands - and then eat just one of the pieces
-Judith Viorst

Giving chocolate to others is an intimate form of communication, a sharing of deep, dark secrets
-Milton Zelman, publisher of "Chocolate News"

A chocolate in the mouth is worth two on the plate.

If it ain't chocolate, it ain't breakfast!

There's nothing better than a good friend, except a good friend with CHOCOLATE
-Linda Grayson, "The Pickwick Papers"

"Liquidum non frangit jejunum." ([chocolate] liquids, amongst them, do not constitute a break in fasting.)
Opinion by x-xmEx-x posted over a year ago
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well here are some reipes for chocolate cake

Fudgy Chocolate Layer Cake

1 1/2 cups sugar
1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
3/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 cup buttermilk
3 large eggs
2 1/2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
6 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened
1 cup hot coffee
1 1/4 pounds bittersweet chocolate, finely chopped
1 cup heavy cream
2 tablespoons light corn syrup
5 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened
1 tablespoon sugar
1 tablespoon water
MAKE THE CAKE: Preheat the oven to 325°. Line the bottoms of three 8-inch round cake pans with rounds of parchment paper. Spray the pans and the parchment paper with vegetable cooking spray.