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Jim Eber is a veteran writer and collaborator specializing in food and business marketing. He has worked with many companies and publishing houses. Beyond this book, Jim is currently working with the Fine Chocolate Industry Association on the launch of the Heirloom Cacao Preservation Initiative. Much to his wife's past chagrin - but current delight - this is his first book on chocolate.
Pam Williams has been involved in the chocolate industry since 1981 when she opened her first chocolate endeavor, the chocolate shop: au Chocolat. In 2003, she founded Ecole Chocolat Professional School of Chocolate Arts which delivers high quality educational programs to students all over the world. Pam received the 2011 Fine Chocolate Industry Association's Recognition of Excellence in Service to the Industry.
An excellent book of which the author has exposed vital facts whereby serious readers can educate themselves and deepen their passion on this much valued subject! Read morePublished 3 months ago by stuart dorey
Fantastic book. Very well written, full of interesting ideas and quotes from people in the business. Truly inspiring! Read morePublished 8 months ago by M.larsen
Great book. Very though provoking. But no mention of John Nanci (The Alchemist), who essentially started the small batch craft chocolate Renaissance?Published 10 months ago by Toby G.
This is the very best book on chocolate I have ever read !!!! It is clear that a tremendous amount of research went into the writing of what I consider a easy-to-read text.Published 13 months ago by Let Them Eat Cupcakes
Well written for the mst part and covers much of cacao on a very simple level with much more emphasis on latter sections devoted to fuzzy concepts of passion about the chocolate... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book details the context of fine flavor chocolate - explaining it not only as a sweet treat but also as an art and area for justice.Published 23 months ago by Mike Master
As a chocolate nerd, I came across this book while writing my very own chocolate book as well. A fun, humorous read, it seems to be the missing link in my own research. Read morePublished on June 9, 2013 by heather