Making Artisan Chocolates

Making Artisan Chocolates

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Forget milk chocolate molded into childish candy bars. Today's chocolate candies use chocolates with high cocoa content and less sugar then previously available and are molded into highly decorated pieces of art. Once only accessible to pastry chefs and candy makers, home cooks can now purchase high-end domestic and imported chocolates in their local specialty stores. The recent availability of bittersweet chocolates coupled with our access to a global food market and unique ingredients has created an increased interest in artisanal chocolates. Drew Shotts has been at the forefront of this renaissance because of his daring use of unique flavor combinations not typically associated with chocolates, such as chili peppers, maple syrup, and spiced chai tea. Making Artisan Chocolates shows readers how to recreate Drew's unexpected flavors at home through the use of herbs, flowers, chilies, spices, vegetables, fruits, dairies and liquors.Even if you know that 61 percent of a chocolate tablet came from the cocoa bean, that 61 percent could be broken down in ... Remember that in a pure dark chocolate truffle, the dominant flavor will be the chocolate, so choose one with the flavor ... A good way to start is to try the plain chocolate to see if you like how it tastes.

Title:Making Artisan Chocolates
Author:Andrew Garrison Shotts
Publisher:Quarry Books - 2007-01-01


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