Synopses & Reviews
This new world taste travelled around the globe from its origins as an early colonial commodity to chocolate bars for US soldiers during Operation Desert Storm. Anyone who loves chocolate will love this book.
If you know anyone who likes chocolate or perhaps you care to try some yourself, this book has it all. Rogers begins her prose by telling us about the history of chocolate, or how this New World taste traveled around the globe. From its origins as an early colonial commodity to chocolate bars for US soldiers during Operation Desert Storm, Rogers takes you and your taste buds through an array of aromatic delights. From Old-Fashioned Steamed Chocolate Pudding to Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Balls (they melt in your mouth), everyone who has ever appreciated chocolate must have this book.