know you only read The Chocolate Bible
for the articles, but will your friends believe you? After all, this stunning book is so overflowing with luscious photographs of chocolate in all its delectable varieties, shapes, and forms that it's hard to believe one could get any
reading done under the circumstances. Still, if you can tear your eyes away from the illustrations, the text in this beautiful reference work is well worth perusing. From the history of chocolate in the first chapter to the recipes featuring a savory rather than sweet version of the bean in the last, The Chocolate Bible
lives up to its name as the
Consider unusual dishes such as Noodles with Chocolate or Mexico's wondrous combination of chiles and chocolate to make Mole sauce; how about a recipe for modeling chocolate--a substance you're meant to play with, not eat--The Chocolate Bible has them all. Recipes for macaroons and tortes, wafers and candies, cakes, fillings, and beverages are at the heart of the book, but even if you never attempt a single one, you'll still get hours of pleasure just leafing through the pages--reading the articles, of course.
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