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Chocolate in maine course meals?
April 23, 2006
1:32 pm
New Member
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April 23, 2006

Last year my cooking obsesion was lavender. The flavor in foods was verry new to me and I had to find what could be don with it.
This year, Its chocolate. I am intrigued with useing the flavord chocolates to add richness to maine dishes. The idea to me is exciteing and I wonder what results it will bare. I am now haveing trouble finding recipes. Searching on the web leaves you with a million results for chocolate confections. I wander if anyone here would have some tried and aproved recipes for maine dishes useing the asorted flavord chocolates. A web site or perhaps a book title would do as well. A few to start with would be best though. I am especially intrested in trying chillie first and BBQ seeing as how I am a chillie fanatic and BBQ is simple enough. Any more exotic flavor recipes would be nice. Thank you.

May 22, 2006
3:11 pm
Stockholm, Sweden
Forum Posts: 592
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August 6, 2006

Fusion Chocolate is a new book by Frédéric Bau, the celebrated head pastry chef and director of L'Ecole de Valrhona.
The book is available in English, French and Spanish.
[url][/url] You can buy this book in Europe (Germany and Spain) for less than 100 Euro excl. pacakage and posting.

"Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos" (Maricel E. Presilla)

"Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos" (Maricel E. Presilla)
June 2, 2006
3:40 pm
london, United Kingdom
Forum Posts: 308
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March 17, 2005

Go check there - traditionaly mexican savory chocolate sauce for main course called "mole", and it is quite hot.

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