Tag: Chocolate

Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate. Did we say Chocolate?

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            Image Source and Recipe: BBC Good Food While looking through our Pinterest board in search of a good dessert idea on a cold February evening, I couldn’t help but notice how many chocolate recipes were on there.  I’d say about half.  Hmmm.  I guess we do love our chocolate. […]

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Easter will be here before you know it!

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        I looked at my calendar this morning and thought—wow, is it REALLY March 12th? …Seems like just yesterday I was bringing in the New Year. Then another thought crossed my mind. Do we REALLY only have t-minus 19 days until Easter?  Talk about time getting away from you. [Insert guilt of […]

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It’s Chocolate Season !

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Wait.. you’re thinking.. “it’s Thanksgiving Season, Holiday Season, Shopping Season, but Chocolate season?” Yes, Chocolate Season at Touch of Europe… because we only ship our Touch of Europe Gourmet Chocolate during cold months to ensure you get the freshest, best condition product in your shipment. So this time of year, we can’t WAIT for the […]

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Mademoiselle de Margaux – Truly Special Chocolate

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Mademoiselle de Margaux is a French company, founded in 1969 in Margaux, in the Medoc Region on France. The company is known early on for their chocolate and liqueur fruit confections and their chocolate bars mostly used for baking. Their oldest product is the ‘Guinette’ a cherry bonbo in liqueur surrounded by chocolate – luscious! […]

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Advent and Advent Calendars

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Advent (from the Latin word adventus meaning “Coming’) is observed in many Western Christian Churches, a time of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of the Nativity of Jesus at Christmas. It is the beginning of the Western liturgical year begins on Advent Sunday. The progression of the season is often marked with an […]

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