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By A. Sebastian Fortino | Wednesday Feb 1, 2012
Since 1992, Martine’s Chocolates has been a staple on the Upper East Side of Manhattan at Bloomingdale’s, when Martine Leventer presented a new concept in the making of sweets, heralding the "open kitchen concept."
By Matthew Wexler | Tuesday Dec 20, 2011
Ditch that dry Panettone this holiday season and instead indulge in something that will melt in your mouth. EDGE recently tasted our way through the 14th Annual Chocolate Show in New York City and unearthed the sweetest confections for you.
Friday Nov 18, 2011
Xocolatti is truly a family affair. 23-year old Shaineal Shah’s mother Mona is not only his business partner, but an invaluable creative force behind the brand.
Sunday Sep 4, 2011
Xocolatti, the standout star of the 2010 Chocolate Show, announced the opening of their inaugural shop in the heart of Soho. Two years ago, Shaineal Shah, the 23-year-old visionary behind the brand, launched a highly successful online presence.
Tuesday Aug 16, 2011
Chocolate. The very word conjures images of rich, almost illicit indulgence, but add the zing of fresh raspberry and the seduction of the palate is complete. Enter Chocolat Razberi by Stoli.
Wednesday May 11, 2011
After more than a hundred years in the wilderness of Ecuador, one of the most highly valued varieties of cacao ever known is once again, producing exquisite chocolate prized by chefs around the world. Felipe Maya reports.
Monday Feb 28, 2011
2 Chicks with Chocolate and The Chocolate Library cordially invite you to join them for a sweet indulgence tasting of 2 Chicks with Chocolate’s delicious chocolate collection on Saturday, March 5th from 12pm-6pm and meet with their chocolatier.
Tuesday Dec 21, 2010
Just in time for the holiday season, The Chocolate Library is now open in New York City’s East Village at 111 St. Mark’s Place, between First Avenue and Avenue A - featuring hard-to-find artisanal confections from chocolatiers around the globe.
By Matthew Robinson | Wednesday Aug 11, 2010
Gazing out at Lake Geneva (Lake Leman to the locals), you might think you have died and gone to heaven. The pristine water matches the azure skies, interrupted only by reflections of Mont Blanc and other examples of Nature’s wonder.
By BETH J. HARPAZ | Friday Jul 30, 2010
Four centuries in 30 minutes. That’s what tourists get in trendy DUMBO. The history of this offbeat Brooklyn neighborhood includes Dutch settlers, George Washington, Walt Whitman, the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges, and a 21st-century chocolate shop.
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