May the odds be ever in Vosges's favor.
This Valentine’s Day, you might want to resist the heart-shaped charms of the Whitman’s Sampler.
He's opening a chocolate factory in the Brooklyn Army Terminal in Sunset Park.
The new chocolate bar doesn't come cheap.
More chocolate, more Nobel laureates per capita.
They'll be selling books, pastries, and confections, as well as hosting events.
There'll be chocolate trees, though unfortunately no rivers of the stuff.
It has become "ground zero" for a new underground economy based on trade in chocolate syrup.
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Sichuan peppercorn ganache, for one.
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Chocolate maker Ed Engoran also has a new chocolate cookbook that enjoys praise from Barbara Fairchild.