This is the second episode we did in July of 2020 and didn’t get edited until December. Kinda late, I know. Plus, there aren’t any new ones done to edit. So this is it. Is The Chocolate Break dead? Will the phoenix rise from the ashes? Maybe. Maybe not. Enjoy. Actually – really enjoy this – the more enjoy, the better chance of more episodes.
Episode #90: Udderly Lonely
Tony’s Choco Lonely White Chocolate Raspberry – Belgium
Can’t even extoll how amazingly good this one way, despite all the weird label stuff. As it turns out, there actually is a big issue in Africa with human rights abuses when it comes to cacao harvesting. Jacked up – chocolate is supposed to make people happy. But this stuff certainly made us happy.
Well, today is Thanksgiving. I listened to a documentary about what is considered the ‘first’ Thanksgiving, – which lasted three days, food was shared, and games were played. Well, that wasn’t referred to by them as Thanksgiving. The first one that was referred to as Thanksgiving was marked with the head of a slain Indian warrior put on a pike and put on the main structure in Plymouth. Et tu, Charlie Brown?
Note: my brother and I do not condone heads on sticks or dismemberment of any kind unless medically necessary. Thank you.
Another round from the Northwest Chocolate Festival! Sooner or later I think you’ll be seeing a whole slew of varieties from this event – the companies were very kind and gave us so many samples. Not only that, they’re really good! Let’s check out two more!
Bakery Nouveau -United States
We want to be best friends with the guy who gave us these. Seriously. Both varieties we sampled were top notch and just extraodinary!