The New Taste of Chocolate

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ISBN: 9781580089500
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 246
Author: Maricel E. Presilla
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.

Download and read online The New Taste of Chocolate in PDF and EPUB Updated with new chapters on the environmental and geopolitical impact of cacao production and the latest health findings, a visual reference incorporates new photography and 30 original or revised recipes for chocolate foods ranging from the sweet to the savory.


The New Taste of Chocolate

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ISBN: 1580081436
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 198
Author: Maricel E. Presilla
Publisher: Springer Science & Business

Download and read online The New Taste of Chocolate in PDF and EPUB Looks at the history, science, and production of the cacao bean; presents a guide to tasting chocolate; and includes recipes for such items as chocoate torte, chocolate jasmine ice cream, hot chocolate, and brownies.


A Taste of Chocolate for the Soul

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ISBN: 9781449734640
Release Date: 2012-01
Number of pages: 232
Author: Carol Kennedy
Publisher: WestBow Press

Download and read online A Taste of Chocolate for the Soul in PDF and EPUB Do you like chocolate? Do you find it sweet, delicious and satisfying? God's Word can be the same. Once it becomes part of your daily diet, you will hunger for it. Like chocolate, God's Word is sweet, satisfying and delicious. Dr. Carol claims chocolate as her modern parable, and shows the reader how the Word sweetens relationships and calms situations. Find God at work in over 100 stories. Smile and cry at "Thanks for the Soldiers." Feel your heart strings tugged while reading "The Granmum Bag."


The Great Book of Chocolate

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ISBN: 9781607742395
Release Date: 2011-07-27
Number of pages: 176
Author: David Lebovitz
Publisher: Ten Speed Press

Download and read online The Great Book of Chocolate in PDF and EPUB A compact connoisseur's guide, with recipes, to today's cutting-edge array of chocolates and chocolate makers from former Chez Panisse pastry chef David Lebovitz. In this compact volume, David Lebovitz gives a succinct cacao botany lesson, explains the process of chocolate making, runs through chocolate terminology and types, presents information on health benefits, offers an evaluating and buying primer, profiles the world's top chocolate makers and chocolatiers (with a whole chapter dedicated to Paris alone!), and shares dozens of little-known factoids in sidebars throughout the book. The Great Book of Chocolate includes more than 50 location and food photographs, and features more than 30 of Lebovitz's favorite chocolate recipes‚ from Black-Bottom Cupcakes to Homemade Rocky Road Candy, Orange and Rum Chocolate Mousse Cake to Double Chocolate Chip Espresso Cookies. His extensive resource section (with websites for international ordering) can bring the world's best chocolate to every door. A self-avowed chocoholic, Lebovitz nibbles chocolate every day‚ and with The Great Book of Chocolate in hand, he figures the rest of us will too.


The True History of Chocolate

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ISBN: 9780500770931
Release Date: 2013-06-28
Number of pages: 280
Author: Sophie D. Coe
Publisher: Thames & Hudson

Download and read online The True History of Chocolate in PDF and EPUB “A beautifully written . . . and illustrated history of the Food of the Gods, from the Olmecs to present-day developments.”—Chocolatier This delightful tale of one of the world’s favorite foods draws on botany, archaeology, and culinary history to present a complete and accurate history of chocolate. It begins some 4,000 years ago in the jungles of Mexico and Central America with the chocolate tree, Theobroma Cacao, and the complex processes necessary to transform its bitter seeds into what is now known as chocolate. This was centuries before chocolate was consumed in generally unsweetened liquid form and used as currency by the Maya and the Aztecs after them. The Spanish conquest of Central America introduced chocolate to Europe, where it first became the drink of kings and aristocrats and then was popularized in coffeehouses. Industrialization in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries made chocolate available to all, and now, in our own time, it has become once again a luxury item. The third edition includes new photographs and revisions throughout that reflect the latest scholarship. A new final chapter on a Guatemalan chocolate producer, located within the Pacific coastal area where chocolate was first invented, brings the volume up-to-date.


Chocolate

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ISBN: 0816524645
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 195
Author: Meredith L. Dreiss
Publisher: University of Arizona Press

Download and read online Chocolate in PDF and EPUB The story of chocolate, from its discovery as a food source to today's gourmet chocolate recipes and European chocolatiers.


On the Chocolate Trail

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ISBN: 9781580234870
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 237
Author: Deborah R. Prinz
Publisher: Jewish Lights Publishing

Download and read online On the Chocolate Trail in PDF and EPUB The next time you pick up a piece of chocolate, consider that you are partaking in an aspect of Jewish history. Explore the surprising Jewish connections to chocolate in this historical and gastronomic adventure through cultures, countries, centuries and religions. Rabbi Deborah Prinz draws from her world travels on the trail of chocolate to enchant chocolate lovers of all backgrounds as she unwraps tales of Jews in the early chocolate trade to how Jewish values infuse chocolate today. She shows the intersections of Jews, pre-Columbians, Catholics and Protestants along the chocolate trail and the lasting rituals involving chocolate that the world¿s faith traditions still share. Tasty tidbits include: ¿ Chocolate making in seventeenth-century Amsterdam, home to the largest and wealthiest Jewish community of its time, was known as a special Jewish industry. ¿ Bayonne chocolate makers today advertise that Jews brought chocolate making to France. ¿ Chocolate Hanukkah gelt may have developed from St. Nicholas customs. ¿ Jews pioneered chocolate in North America as successful and well-known American colonial Jewish merchants such as Abraham Lopez and Nathan Simson traded cacao and manufactured chocolate. ¿ A born-again Christian businessman in the Midwest marketed his caramel chocolate bar as a ¿Noshy,¿ after the Yiddish word for ¿snack.¿ ¿ Jewish values of caring for the needy, pursuing economic justice, protecting the environment and promoting sustainability feed into the organic and fair trade chocolate businesses of today.


The Economics of Chocolate

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ISBN: 9780191039904
Release Date: 2016-01-21
Number of pages: 496
Author: Mara P. Squicciarini
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online The Economics of Chocolate in PDF and EPUB This book, written by global experts, provides a comprehensive and topical analysis on the economics of chocolate. While the main approach is economic analysis, there are important contributions from other disciplines, including psychology, history, government, nutrition, and geography. The chapters are organized around several themes, including the history of cocoa and chocolate — from cocoa drinks in the Maya empire to the growing sales of Belgian chocolates in China; how governments have used cocoa and chocolate as a source of tax revenue and have regulated chocolate (and defined it by law) to protect consumers' health from fraud and industries from competition; how the poor cocoa producers in developing countries are linked through trade and multinational companies with rich consumers in industrialized countries; and how the rise of consumption in emerging markets (China, India, and Africa) is causing a major boom in global demand and prices, and a potential shortage of the world's chocolate.


Discover Chocolate

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ISBN: 1592403085
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 160
Author: Clay Gordon
Publisher: Gotham

Download and read online Discover Chocolate in PDF and EPUB A connoisseur's guide to acquiring and consuming the world's best chocolates is a lavishly illustrated reference that provides information on cocoa-growing regions, makes recommendations for pairing chocolate with wine, and addresses the latest claims about the health benefits of chocolate. 20,000 first printing.


Chocolate

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ISBN: 9781861897039
Release Date: 2009-09-15
Number of pages: 128
Author: Sarah Moss
Publisher: Reaktion Books

Download and read online Chocolate in PDF and EPUB Chocolate layer cake. Fudge brownies. Chocolate chip cookies. Boxes of chocolate truffles. Cups of cocoa. Hot fudge sundaes. Chocolate is synonymous with our cultural sweet tooth, our restaurant dessert menus, and our idea of indulgence. Chocolate is adored around the world and has been since the Spanish first encountered cocoa beans in South America in the sixteenth century. It is seen as magical, addictive, and powerful beyond anything that can be explained by its ingredients, and in Chocolate Sarah Moss and Alec Badenoch explore the origins and growth of this almost universal obsession. Moss and Badenoch recount the history of chocolate, which from ancient times has been associated with sexuality, sin, blood, and sacrifice. The first Spanish accounts claim that the Aztecs and Mayans used chocolate as a substitute for blood in sacrificial rituals and as a currency to replace gold. In the eighteenth century chocolate became regarded as an aphrodisiac—the first step on the road to today’s boxes of Valentine delights. Chocolate also looks at today’s mass-production of chocolate, with brands such as Hershey’s, Lindt, and Cadbury dominating our supermarket shelves. Packed with tempting images and decadent descriptions of chocolate throughout the ages, Chocolate will be as irresistible as the tasty treats it describes.


A Taste of Cowboy

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ISBN: 9780544275003
Release Date: 2015-04-07
Number of pages: 256
Author: Kent Rollins
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Download and read online A Taste of Cowboy in PDF and EPUB Accompanied by entertaining stories and poetry, an authentic cowboy and TV veteran presents a guide to comfort food that gets creative with pantry ingredients to create such dishes as Sweet Heat Chopped Barbecue Sandwiches and Bread Pudding With Whisky Cream Sauce. 35,000 first printing.


Peppers of the Americas

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ISBN: 9780399578939
Release Date: 2017-08-01
Number of pages: 352
Author: Maricel E. Presilla
Publisher: Lorena Jones Books

Download and read online Peppers of the Americas in PDF and EPUB A beautiful culinary and ethnobotanical survey of the punch-packing ingredient central to today's multi-cultural palate, with more than 40 pan-Latin recipes from a three-time James Beard Award-winning author and chef-restaurateur. From piquillos and shishitos to padrons and poblanos, the popularity of culinary peppers (and pepper-based condiments, such as Sriracha and the Korean condiment gochujang) continue to grow as more consumers try new varieties and discover the known health benefits of Capsicum, the genus to which all peppers belong. This stunning visual reference to peppers now seen on menus, in markets, and beyond, showcases nearly 200 varieties (with physical description, tasting notes, uses for cooks, and beautiful botanical portraits for each). Following the cook's gallery of varieties, more than 40 on-trend Latin recipes for spice blends, salsas, sauces, salads, vegetables, soups, and main dishes highlight the big flavors and taste-enhancing capabilities of peppers.


Bitter

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ISBN: 9781607745174
Release Date: 2014-09-16
Number of pages: 272
Author: Jennifer McLagan
Publisher: Ten Speed Press

Download and read online Bitter in PDF and EPUB The champion of uncelebrated foods including fat, offal, and bones, Jennifer McLagan turns her attention to a fascinating, underappreciated, and trending topic: bitterness. What do coffee, IPA beer, dark chocolate, and radicchio all have in common? They’re bitter. While some culinary cultures, such as in Italy and parts of Asia, have an inherent appreciation for bitter flavors (think Campari and Chinese bitter melon), little attention has been given to bitterness in North America: we’re much more likely to reach for salty or sweet. However, with a surge in the popularity of craft beers; dark chocolate; coffee; greens like arugula, dandelion, radicchio, and frisée; high-quality olive oil; and cocktails made with Campari and absinthe—all foods and drinks with elements of bitterness—bitter is finally getting its due. In this deep and fascinating exploration of bitter through science, culture, history, and 100 deliciously idiosyncratic recipes—like Cardoon Beef Tagine, White Asparagus with Blood Orange Sauce, and Campari Granita—award-winning author Jennifer McLagan makes a case for this misunderstood flavor and explains how adding a touch of bitter to a dish creates an exciting taste dimension that will bring your cooking to life. From the Hardcover edition.


Chocolate in Mesoamerica

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ISBN: 0813029538
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages: 542
Author: Cameron L. McNeil
Publisher:

Download and read online Chocolate in Mesoamerica in PDF and EPUB New models of research and analysis, as well as breakthroughs in deciphering Mesoamerican writing, have recently produced a watershed of information on the regional use and importance of cacao, or chocolate as it is commonly called today. McNeil brings together scholars in the fields of archaeology, history, art history, linguistics, epigraphy, botany, chemistry, and cultural anthropology to explore the domestication, preparation, representation, and significance of cacao in ancient and modern communities of the Americas, with a concentration on its use in Mesoamerica. Cacao was used by many cultures in the pre-Columbian Americas as an important part of rituals associated with birth, coming of age, marriage, and death, and was strongly linked with concepts of power and rulership. While Europeans have for hundreds of years claimed that they introduced “chocolate” as a sauce for foods, evidence from ancient royal tombs indicates cacao was used in a range of foods as well as beverages in ancient times. In addition, the volume’s authors present information that supports a greater importance for cacao in pre-Columbian South America, where ancient vessels depicting cacao pods have recently been identified. From the botanical structure and chemical makeup of Theobroma cacao and methods of identifying it in the archaeological record, to the importance of cacao during the Classic period in Mesoamerica, to the impact of European arrival on the production and use of cacao, to contemporary uses in the Americas, this volume provides a richly informed account of the history and cultural significance of chocolate.


Chocolate Wars From Cadbury to Kraft 200 years of Sweet Success and Bitter Rivalry

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ISBN: 9780007325566
Release Date: 2010-10-28
Number of pages: 352
Author: Deborah Cadbury
Publisher: HarperCollins UK

Download and read online Chocolate Wars From Cadbury to Kraft 200 years of Sweet Success and Bitter Rivalry in PDF and EPUB The delicious true story of the early chocolate pioneers by the award-winning writer, and direct descendant of the famous chocolate dynasty, Deborah Cadbury