To the true chocolate lover, chocolate is an event all by itself no matter where it’s enjoyed. But if you want to travel and experience chocolate along the way, come along as we explore chocolate away from home.
Dallas Chocolate Festival 2017
There were over 60 vendors at the festival, many of whom made and sold small-batch handcrafted chocolates. Full review here...
Chocolate in Jefferson, Texas
Come visit Jefferson, Texas to enjoy quaint B&B inns, antiques shopping, enticing restaurants and plenty of chocolate! Full review here...
McKinney is the location of one of the most charming historic downtowns in Texas. If you are anywhere near this town, make it a point to stop and visit. Full story here...
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Bourbon Chocolate Pecan Pie gives a new twist to an old favorite. It turns a deadly sweet dessert into a rich treat fit for royalty.
In my perpetual quest to find the perfect chocolate mousse, I've discovered it's all about the air bubbles.
For rich, fresh roasted flavor, you can't go wrong with A Hill of Beans coffees, both flavored and straight roasts.
Discover the wonderful taste of sugar-free chocolate that even diabetics can eat. It’s low carb and teeth-friendly, and it's even high in fiber.
One of North Texas’ best-kept secrets, McKinney, Texas has a delightfully charming historic district full of activities for the whole family, including chocolate.
Izard Chocolate is the first bean-to-bar chocolate maker in Central Arkansas who makes out-of-this-world artisan chocolates. Bourbon Pecan Caramels…yum.
This cookie experiment explores which makes better chocolate chip cookies - chocolate chips, or chopped, dark chocolate. The answer will surprise you!