July 19, 2009
Nice 1970's Mallo Cup Wrapper
Love Mallo Cups? Then you need to check out ILoveMalloCups.com
Photo via Jason Liebig's Flickr Photostream
July 16, 2009
Feed your chocolate addiction - Free Shipping on TCHO Chocolate
Amazon's offering free shipping on any of the chocolate a day items from TCHO.
TCHO-A-DAY is a new product from TCHO, packaged in convenient 8 gram bars in easy-to-open clear jars. If you eat 10 pieces though, like I do, it defeats the purpose. But it is so good. They come in 30-, 60-and 90-daycontainers
- Premium, dark, decadent, craft chocolate from San Francisco's only chocolate manufacturer
- Assortment of "Chocolatey," "Fruity," "Nutty," and "Citrus" chocolate
- No nuts in "Nutty" or fruit in "Fruity" just the inherent flavors of our carefully selected cacao beans
- Dairy-free, gluten-free, nut-free, vegan and all natural.
Check out TCHO products
July 15, 2009
July 13, 2009
70-Piece Chocolate Collection in Steel Colored Box
Trendy Steel Colored Chocolate Box With Velcro Lock (70 pieces)
70 remarkably divine chocolates all hand crafted by award winning master chocolatiers virtuosos of their craft. Each masterpiece will seduce your senses with an array of alluring aromas incomparable flavors and tempting textures. You can even select each and every chocolate for the ultimate personalized assortment.
And it has a cool steel colored box, something you don't see every day with chocolates.
July 9, 2009
Most Disturbing Use of Candy for "Art" Ever
If you want to...check out Stephen J Shanabrook's candy artwork. He is a New York and Moscow-based artist who uses food both as medium and metaphor. Using commonplace materials and forms generally seen as benign indulgences-- sweets, chocolate, and cotton candy -- he brings about disturbing new meanings, exploring the intersections of desire, violence, permanence, and death.
from the aptly titled eatmedaily.com
July 1, 2009
CandySnob's Monthly Roundup for June 2009
Random Candy Stuff
Chocolates Inspired by Latin Philosophers
CIOCCOlatini are chocolates representing the most famous Latin philosophers, each one with a particular spice. The product won the Chocolate & Design Contest 2007.
From Playdesign via NOTCOT