Now through mid-April, New York will host the world's biggest Easter egg hunt, and it's super-fancy.
Tomorrow, pastry genius Dominique Ansel will debut his new garden dessert, inspired by the pot de crème. If you can't wait (or can't get to Ansel's Manhattan bakery), here are six fantastic versions of the classic French dessert to make at home.
Growing evidence shows that eating chocolate regularly may have real health benefits. Here are 10 great ways to eat it.
Last week, food and music nerds gathered in the Austin Convention Center at South by Southwest. Representing food were Brooklyn’s bean-to-bar chocolate-making pioneers Rick and Michael Mast, a.k.a. the Mast Brothers.
If you’re cooking with chocolate, it’s hard to make something that’s not delicious. Here are 9 fantastic ways to use it.
Sweet, creamy, often ending in -tini and served with a sugared rim, typical chocolate cocktails don't deserve much respect. But these do.
Three Little Halves blogger and illustrator Aleksandra Mojsilovic reimagines party prep with affordable, edible table displays created on Kraft paper.
From bacon to peanut butter, inspired entrepreneurs are heating up much more than chocolate and milk this winter. Here, five strange and wonderful takes on hot chocolate.
With four days to go, piq chocolates needs less than $500 to successfully fund a $25,000 Kickstarter campaign to make custom chocolates. If you've always wanted to be immortalized in chocolate, they can do it. The Austin-based company lets customers design squares, bars and small 3D chocolates online and then produces them for delivery around the country. They plan to get chocolates to backers by mid-December so this is a chance to create a holiday card that no one would ever toss. Because they can eat it!
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Credit Mr. Chocolate, Jacques Torres, with turning crispy cereal into a not-too-unhealthy candy-snack hybrid. He sells chocolate-covered corn flakes at his eponymous shops in New York and shared the recipe with F&W. Requiring just two ingredients and a microwave, the crunchy sweets would make an awesomely quick addition to a Halloween party. Follow the step-by-step guide in this new slideshow from Matthew Armendariz of mattbites.com: How to Make Chocolate Corn Flakes