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Movie Chocolat recipe?
May 13, 2006
4:50 am
itsmecheryl
Roseville, USA
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[:I] I feel kinda silly but man I LOVED that movie! Id like to know if any of you out there have an easy recipe for the hot chocolate with the chili in it?

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May 31, 2006
9:38 pm
bmarieknees
Roanoke, USA
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http://www.foodfit.com/cooking….._feb12.asp

I have been scrounging around for this recipe too and this is the only thing i have come up with so far. good luck with it!

May 31, 2006
10:52 pm
Bala C
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I’ve been in touch with Joanne Harris (Author of Chocolat) to find out … it is in her book – The French Kitchen – page 237. The book also has the recipe for “Nipples of Venus” – page 220.

Bala :)
http://www.thechocolatecellar.co.uk

Bala :) www.thechocolatecellar.co.uk
June 3, 2006
3:00 pm
green
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quote:


I feel kinda silly but man I LOVED that movie!


You should not feel silly about that, there’s nothing like the combination of a good-looking man and chocolate to make a girl feel good ;)

And for a recipe, try adding a tad of cayenne to your regular hot chocolate (and perhaps making it with cream or heavy milk to get it nice and thick…)