Tuesday, December 11, 2001


today's the 3-month mark of the world trade center horror:



but this somber note aside, let's talk about a great place to get hard-to-find chocolate: the canadian hypergourmet. finally, you can get bonnat and marquise de sevigne with relative ease. as for the domori, well, i still don't think it's as great as advertised!

and check out that dark chocolate tasting special: looks like it would be a good deal for most people, for whom these chocolates are simply unavailable or range up to US$4.50 a bar! since the bars are mini ones, you don't have to feel quite so guilty about ordering the large special. also, those menier (now owned and retired by nestle but once famous for its lovely advertising poster of a schoolgirl writing on the wall), poulain 1848 (now owned by cadbury), dolfin, and cemoi chocolates are quite difficult to find. . . . though the dolfin can be ordered from the salt-lake-city-based cocoa cooperative.

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