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Notes on top chocolates from around the world

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GUARDIAN PHOTO BY VIRGINIA MILLER

Among the best chocolates I've had in the world are from Paul A. Young, one of the world's best chocolatiers whose three London shops stock supreme examples of what fresh truffles and exotic bars should be. Go funky with Marmite truffles, or his herbaceous peppermint leaf. Whatever you do, when in London, don't miss it. Young penned Adventures with Chocolate, a visually striking book that explores the ins and outs of chocolate making from the art of combining beans to yield the best flavor profiles, to making the perfect ganache. Primarily, it is a cookbook, utilizing chocolate in recipes from boozy drinks or teas to savory dishes and desserts.

www.paulayoung.co.uk

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Comments

i love chocolate, i taste very delicious, and any other Truffle candy. although it make people fatter and fatter, i can't resist its tempt.

Posted by ihairbase on Oct. 10, 2013 @ 8:24 pm

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