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Death by Chocolate: Sea Salt Chocolate Peanut Clusters

I should probably be writing about composting and hay bale gardening this cool spring morning, but I’m going to share a recipe for chocolate peanut clusters instead–I know, … 421 more words

Cooking And Food Preservation

Pipe Dream #321: To Make a Time Investment - Angostura Rock Candy + Botanical Chocolate Cupcakes

These ballerina beauties took a good two weeks to procure. They are the longest cooking patience experiment of my life. Observe them well. It is well worth it. 377 more words


Dark Chocolate Truffles

Aside from saving me tons of money (I am a bit of a “regular” at some of New York’s best — and most outrageously priced — chocolate shops), the thing that I love about these boutique-quality, dark chocolate confections is that they make a great base recipe for other types of truffles. 322 more words

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Strawberry Rosé Gummy Hearts

For Valentine’s day we decided to forgo the chocolate and make it all about strawberries and Rosé wine. On their own, strawberries and Rosé seem to go together like peanut butter and jelly. 305 more words


Dairy-Free, Soy-Free Chocolate Covered Strawberries

So easy to make and so delicious!

1 clamshell strawberries
1 package dairy-free, soy-free chocolate chips (like Enjoy Life)

Rinse the strawberries and pat them dry with a paper towel. 79 more words

Dairy-free Recipes

Salted dark chocolate coconut balls

I love making candy. And the candy I usually make consists of coating chocolate over some type of sweet treat inside.

Since I tend to lean more towards peanut butter filling (which I’ll save for a post for another day), I decided to try something a little different recently, and used coconut as my candy filling. 249 more words


Everything You Ever Needed To Know About Being A 'Boy' Or A 'Girl' From 'The Book Of Knowledge'

The Book of Knowledge” is a series of children’s educational books first printed in 1926 by The Grolier Society in New York that captures the often politically incorrect, blissfully naive, and outright guiltless world view of publishers at the turn of the 20th century.   967 more words

The Book Of Knowledge