Watch me on YouTube! Creativity lives in my blood and I call myself an artist. On Monday I chatted on Instagram Live with Sanna Forslund in Sweden about all things art and chocolate. Here is the link to watch the interview on Sanna’s YouTube Channel where you can see our whole conversation. You can alsoContinue reading “I was interviewed.”
Hard to believe we are up to 50 items in my goal to highlight 10 holiday gift ideas each week for the next 6 weeks that you and your chocolate loving friends will enjoy. There are so many great gift ideas for anyone who enjoys chocolate, here are ten more ideas. 41 Social Enterprise EastContinue reading “100 Gifts for Chocolate Lovers”
As you remember, my goal is to highlight 10 holiday gift ideas each week for the next 8 weeks that your chocolate loving friends will enjoy. I do hope you are enjoying these gift suggestions and would love if you shared with others you think would enjoy this blog. Continuing on last week’s post, hereContinue reading “100 Gifts for Chocolate Lovers”
100 Gifts for Chocolate Lovers, part two of ten. Need help finding the perfect gift for the chocoholic in your life? Check out all these Christmas, holiday, and gift ideas.
Make a DIY chocolate tasting to send in the mail to a friend. A fantastic way to share chocolate, brighten a friends day, educate someone about chocolate, and give a smile. This simple DIY chocolate tasting is easy to put together and doesn’t take much time.
A year long chocolate journey with 365 squares of chocolate. A bite every day for a year. Follow along as I create art from the wrappers of chocolate I eat.
How to set up a chocolate tasting with what you have on hand. It’s almost Mother’s Day. There aren’t any last minute runs to the mall, this post helps you set up a chocolate tasting with what you have on hand to make Mom’s day special.
Creating a chocolate tasting flight – truffle, drinking chocolate, brownie, and ice cream sauce – with a chocolate solera.
A chocolate adventure in Toronto, where I judged the International Chocolate Awards, took an IICCT class, and visited some chocolate shops.
I may have eaten quite a bit of chocolate. A year ago, I made a New Year’s Resolution to only purchase Canadian Chocolate. I didn’t tell all of you about that, but I did indeed stick to that resolution. The only time I bought other chocolate was when I was in Hawaii, and then IContinue reading “2019 What a year!”