Chocolate: The Exhibition
was created and developed by the Field Museum
to inform and educate us on all things chocolate: from the story of the cacao seed in ancient Mayan and Aztec culture, to the history of making and eating chocolate. Think you've got chocolate covered? Then take the Chocolate Challenge
! (And the chocolate you see here? Check out The Fudge Pot
in Old Town. Real. Good. Chocolate.)
I definitely agree! I think it has to be the most important food group! Especially at Xmas, Easter, Valentines, Groundhog Day, 3rd Wednesday of every month, anytime my Leafs win a hockey game..etc.ReplyDelete
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I really don't care for chocolates. I know, I must be an alien. Atleast my brother is sure that I'm an alien.ReplyDelete
An exhibit? I could sink my teeth into that one.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Northbay, Web-oj and Jim!ReplyDelete
Northbay, excellent suggestion!
Web-oj, you are a rare person indeed if you can resist the lure of chocolate (and pay no attention to your brother--at least that's what I do to mine...drives them nuts)
Jim, too funny!
Wonderful topic for a post. Chocolate is an everyday food and I agree it is one of the basic food groups. I like mine either dark or milk chocolate; I guess I'm just a promiscuous.ReplyDelete
I almost couldn't get past the photo. Chocolate is true elixir of the gods.ReplyDelete
Lol, Clueless! and Kate, anything to do with chocolate, I agree...ReplyDelete