Monseigneur having eased his four men of their burdens and taken his chocolate, caused the doors of the Holiest of Holiests to be thrown open, and issued forth.
There, Monseigneur turned, and came back again, and so in due course of time got himself shut up in his sanctuary by the chocolate sprites, and was seen no more.
Oblige me with some more chocolate, Peak, and don't wait.
And now, Mr Varden, all exaggeration and embellishment apart,' said Sir John Chester, confidentially, as he sipped his chocolate, 'what kind of place IS Newgate?
The knight finished his cup of chocolate with an appearance of infinite relish, and carefully wiped his lips upon his handkerchief.
Liza opens her mouth to retort: he pops the half chocolate into it].
LIZA [who has disposed of the chocolate after being nearly choked by it] I wouldn't have ate it, only I'm too ladylike to take it out of my mouth.
On the piano is a dessert dish heaped with fruit and sweets, mostly chocolates.
Think of chocolates, and taxis, and gold, and diamonds.
If you're good and do whatever you're told, you shall sleep in a proper bedroom, and have lots to eat, and money to buy chocolates and take rides in taxis.
The chicken was tough, the tongue too salt, and the chocolate
wouldn't froth properly.
Phil silently got up, tossed her box of chocolates
away, went up to Anne, and put her arms about her.
More than a dozen specialists will set out their stalls at the first Brindleyplace Chocolate
Festival, which is free and runs between 11am to 6pm on Saturday, October 22.
In Belgium, which is the chocolate
capital of the world, the king and queen not only eat our product, but they endorse it," says Gary Rollar Jr.
A Valentine's Day large box (32 pieces; 14 ounces; $75) contains a varied assortment of fabulous chocolates
, among them fleur de sel caramel, cassis strata, Ecuador varietal, Colombian varietal, burnt caramel, lavender vanilla, Kona coffee, sesame nougat, chocolate
-covered candied orange peel, jasmine tea and Piedmont hazelnut.