Tag Archives: Fancy Food Show
Tisano Chocolate Tea – Review
Tisano and their chocolate tea were on my radar before I hit the floor of the Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco. I was intrigued by the “chocolate tea” after reading a brief summary of the Tisano company. I … Continue reading
TCHO Chocolate Review
I’ve followed and tasted TCHO since they started with their “Beta” versions of their chocolate. They say many things on their website and in their marketing and have a lot of smooth talk. “TCHO is where technology meets chocolate; where Silicon … Continue reading
I was in San Francisco for the Fancy Food Show recently and came across something unexpected. There was a small food fair at the local church to raise money for charity so we headed on over. We didn’t know what … Continue reading
Winter Fancy Food Show 2010
This past weekend we were off to San Francisco for fun and frolic at the NASFT Winter Fancy Food show where I discovered some new tastes while eating myself silly! I love San Francisco and to have the show in … Continue reading
Snap, Crackle, Chocolate!
This past January at the Fancy Food Show, we discovered all kinds of new and tantalizing items to tease our palate. Some were improved items from previous years, but other companies brought new ideas to the table. This fresh approach is what … Continue reading
Mast Brothers Chocolate – I
I have been trying to get in touch with Mast Brothers Chocolate for some time. After hearing about them, I bought some of their chocolate in San Francisco while attending the Fancy Food Show in January. I liked the style … Continue reading
Chocolate in Brooklyn
I was going to visit NY so I started looking up chocolate places I wanted to visit for research. Some friends live in Brooklyn and luckily there was an article that came out very recently that helped me on … Continue reading
Claudio Corallo coming to Drexelius Chocolates!!!!
The incredible chocolate of Claudio Corallo will soon be available right here and not a moment too soon! I remember hearing about and trying Corallo chocolate for the first time. His approach is simple. He lives at, works on and … Continue reading