February 9, 2016 at 9:06 pm (chocolate)
Tags: Amy Martinisko, chocolate truffles, Tanner Martinisko, Trinity Raw
There I was, zooming into the NorthCoast Co-op on a mission — you know how it is, you just want to get in and get out as fast as possible. But there…out of the corner of my eye…I spy Tanner Martinisko and he is sampling something that I realize has the word chocolate in it…so I veered off course!
Tanner help out a jar with some light brown orbs in it — they were oval-ish, and reminded me of chocolate coated almonds. I took one, popped it into my mouth expecting to bite into a crunchy almond and my teeth sunk into the soft rich chocolate. Seriously, as I am typing this I am salivating with the memory of it.
With all of the talk of “good food” and “bad food” — of course I’ve developed a theory — haven’t we all? I think that the food that we eat should be the very best we can afford — and if you are going to poke some food in your face, it should really matter and satisfy you. For some reason I could eat a lot of really crappy chocolate — but when I eat good chocolate I am satisfied by eating just a little — and this is the case with Trinity Raw truffles. Popping one small truffle in when the afternoon requires a little somethin’ somethin’ — it really hits the spot.
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Bottom of the jar of Trinity Raw truffles…
August 14, 2015 at 12:02 am (chocolate, Honey)
Tags: Cacao Cocoon, chocolate and honey, Elissa Verdillo
What would it be like to mix luscious chocolate and honey together into a bar that is more satisfying that anything that ever came in one of those brown wrappers? Cacao Cocoon is making it happen! Elissa Verdillo here with Zach and Sol came down to KHSU to talk about the journey to make some of the best chocolate you will ever taste. Listen Here and say the name over and over again…it will make you happy — and…
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November 12, 2009 at 4:12 pm (chocolate, Eat Local Humboldt, local food production)
Tags: artisan chocolate, beer truffles, chocolate
A trip to Drakes Glen at the Arcata Food Works Suite 115 revealed a world of molten chocolate and the delicious chocolate smell wafted from the door as we entered. Sandy Nakashima greeted us and when we commented on the smell she revealed the sad truth…she can seldom smell chocolate anymore. Check out their website: www.chocolatedragon.com Our interview with Sandy —
72% Dark chocolate Bars
Did you grow up watching "I Love Lucy" and want to work in a candy factory? This may be as close as I get...heaven for a day!
Molten deliciousness...like in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory...only I guess it doesn't travel in rivers through the factory...darn!