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    not really my specialty but when I do have a chance to cook I love to make tasty chocolate chip cookies which can be pretty simple depending on how you look at it. As long as you use the right ingredients and cookware that will guarantee awesome final results from these delicious cookies. Also you will need to make sure to blend the perfect measure of ingredients thoroughly it will give them the right consistency. Baking chocolate chip cookies is fun and simple, using some very basic ingredients and

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    How to make a chocolate angle food cake Have you ever had something fluffy, light, and delicious well that just what you get from a chocolate angle food cake. I am going to explain how to properly bake a chocolate angle food cake from scratch. First you gather ingredients and equipment. You will need ¾ cups of sifted cake flour, ¼ cups of unsweetened coco powder, 1 ½ cups of sugar, 12 large egg whites, Pinch of salt, 1 ½ teaspoon cream of tartar and ¾ teaspoon vanilla extract. Make sure you

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    smell of warm chocolate chip cookies engulfs you. You run upstairs to see them fresh out of the oven calling your name. I am sure all of you can visualize this situation. Well after this, you will be able to make the smell of warm chocolate chip cookies come true. This chocolate chip cookie recipe is my aunt’s recipe that my mom has made often and has taught me how to make now also. I will explain the basic steps to make delicious chocolate chip cookies that are also really easy to make. First thing

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    Cowgirl Research Paper

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    Cowgirl Chocolates has come up with a unique spin to chocolate. You may have had milk chocolate, dark chocolate, even white chocolate, but I bet you’ve never tried spicy chocolate. The creator of cowgirl chocolate, Marilyn, has three basic form of her hot and spicy chocolate which are: individually wrapped truffles, chocolate bars, and a hot caramel sauce. Marilyn has had many offers to sell her chocolate but the problem each owner has had was the heat of the chocolate. Marilyn’s efforts to expand

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    My essay is about the climax in the book The Chocolate War. In this essay will describe events that built the climax and what resolved it. Jerry is first introduced in chapter one. Jerry is at football tryouts. Although Jerry is taking hit after hit: he does not give up. The coach is very impressed by Jerry’s effort because he never gives up, so the coach asks Jerry to come back the next day. At football practice, the Vigils sit in the bleachers and make fun of Jerry. “Singled out by the Vigils, a

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    There is no doubt that chocolate has become one of the most favorite food types and flavors in the world. Chocolates come in different shapes and they are popular for different holidays, such as chocolate bunnies and eggs on Easter, chocolate coins on Hanukkah, Santa Claus and other holiday symbols on Christmas, and hearts on Valentine's Day. In this essay, I will explain how you can make your own chocolate Easter eggs in your home. Equipment and preparation part is the most crucial part. Go to craft

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    All You Want to Know about Chocoate Essay

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    About Chocolate Introduction The reason I decided to do my research paper on chocolate was so that I could learn more about this delicious treat. Chocolate is a combination of ground cocoa and sugar bits in a rich cocoa butter. This fatty delicious cocoa butter melts at exactly 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, which is exactly the same as our body temperature. That is the reason why when you bite into a solid piece of chocolate it melts in your mouth within a few seconds. But before chocolate does

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    Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience about the production of chocolate Central Idea: Explain how cocoa beans are processed to produce the chocolate we all know and love Method of Organization: Chronological Visual Aid: Before my introduction and before class begins, I will have a chocolate collection for people to choose from as a snack. It will not be handed out during my speech so that it will not

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    Chocolate is a candy containing lots to almost no sugar. It is loved across the whole world and Americans buy an average of 2.8 billion pounds of chocolate a year. So chocolate is very famous, but how is it made. Chocolate was originated from central America. It is made from a cacao bean. Chocolate goes through a long process, it starts with picking a cacao bean from a tree which are usually found in humid tropical areas. The cacao bean is picked then taken to a factory where it is roasted in hot

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    About 60 billion pounds of chocolate are sold in the US alone, 58 billion pounds of chocolate are sold the week before Valentine 's Day, and an average human consumes about 12 pounds of chocolate in a year. When taking all these numbers into consideration, you begin to wonder what makes chocolate so good? Does it have something to do with a certain desire that can be triggered through chocolate? Studies shows that chocolate has the ability to trigger the feeling of love or sexual desires. This got

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