It melts in your mouth, a smooth and silky texture. It rolls along your tongue and awakens your senses. It makes you giddy with its seratonin-like feel-good molecules. It can be both sweet and bitter. Hershey, Godiva, Lindt, Valrhona. USA, Belgian, Swiss, French. But a chocolatier is not a chocolatier is not a chocolatier.
And pure chocolate is to mousse as stringband is to symphony. The deconstruction of a whipped, velvety articulation that defies definition. Nuanced enough to delight varied palates.
To wit: Carolina Chocolate Drops.
Ingredients: Beat box, fiddle and banjo. Simple, no?
And what they can do with a jug and kazoo:
Sweet and bitter, yet comfort food.
Keep wrapped tightly and store in cool, dry place. Allow to slowly melt on tongue. Relish the lingering finish. Warning: may cause addiction.
Mouth watering, esp the picture...ReplyDelete
Wow this is a great resource.. I’m enjoying it.. good articleReplyDelete
Now this is getting weirder by the moment. I have a live CCD recording and dig it, probably on the same footing as I dig chocolate and the OCMSReplyDelete