Chocolate Chocolate

I have been dreaming of chocolate night and day. For some reason I have been in a chocolate mood this month. I am not sure why, maybe it’s because of all this Valentine’s talk and my desire to know if store-bought chocolate is better than home made chocolate.  After checking out a box of Russel Stover’s Assorted Fine Chocolate, I was even more enthusiastic about improving on my chocolate truffle making skills.

It’s the day after Valentine’s and chocolate is still on my mind. To keep me going in this crazy Wintry weather and to have a reason to stay indoors where it is warm and cozy, I have been reading a fantastic book on Chocolate. The book Chocolate Chocolate, is written by the Park sisters who after the passing of their father, found solace in their childhood dreams and in chocolate.

Frances and Ginger Park decided to open a luxurious chocolate boutique in Washington D.C called….. you guessed it. Chocolate Chocolate. Their book talks about their story: Two sisters, tons of treats and the little shop that could. Read the book! If you love chocolate, you’ll will love their book.

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