Link Library: Chocolate History and Education
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LINKS Chocolate History and Education
- Chocolate and Cocoa Recipes and Home Made Candy Recipes
A Project Gutenberg vintage cookbook produced by Walter Baker & Co., Ltd.
- Historic Royal Palaces to reveal 300-year-old Chocolate Kitchen at Hampton Court Palace
A culinary chamber of Hampton Court Palace, known as the Chocolate Kitchen, will reopen on Valentine's Day, 2014
- Hot Cocoa vs. Hot Chocolate
Although many people use the term "hot cocoa" interchangeably with "hot chocolate," there's a big difference between the two.
- How Stuff Works - Chocolate
A wonderful lesson in where chocolate comes from, for both children and adults. The article is enhanced with great photographs, especially of the cacao seed pods and the actual cocoa beans.
- Chocolate Bytes
The Gourmet Chocolate of the Month Club has pulled together some fascinating facts and figures about cocoa trees, from which we obtain our precious cocoa beans.
- Chocolate Chemistry
Chocolate Chemistry includes my favorite recipes I have collected over the years. There is an special emphasis on diets such as diabetic diets, low-carbohydrate diets, low-sodium diets and much more. Come on in and enjoy your visit.
- Chocolate History Time Line
How well do you know the history of chocolate? Travel back to 2,000 B.C. and work your way up to modern times.
- Chocolate Makers Extraordinaire
This extensive article by Pam Williams takes a look at many of the major manufacturers, and talks about the history and production of chocolate. It's an interesting overview of the chocolate world from one chocolatier's point of view.
- Chocolate Museums of Europe
Durant Imboden guides you through the wonders of chocolate museums in Europe. If you are planning a trip abroad, you must visit Durant's site first!
- Cloister's Reviews
Cloister has thoroughly reviewed 30 types of chocolate, and given them a rating from 0 to 5. No doubt this man loves his work.
- Epinions Members Review Sabra Liqueur
This is a chocolate orange liqueur, which is only made in Israel. Before you go to the trouble of trying to find a bottle, you might want to read what others think about it.
- Eric's Chocolate Store Reviews
Eric shares his opinion on many brands of chocolate, as well as comments and information about various shops.
- Science in School: The Coffee Challenge
How can different brands of chocolate be objectively compared, and how can quantitative data be obtained from such comparisons?
- The Lore and History of Chocolate In Latin America Best of the Net
A re-telling of an ancient story from the northern Andes, involving a deity named "Sibu", cacao seeds, and humanity. Wonderful illustrations accompany the story.
A site dedicated to reviewing the providers of chocolate, pastries and other sweet gourmet foods. They review mostly independant makers rather than large chains; many of their reviews are for stores based in Canada, but some apply to widely available choc