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Synonyms for chocolate

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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.
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.
Italian researchers found that only dark chocolate boosted blood antioxidant levels.
Whether you have found yourself ogling the assortment of gourmet truffles at a confectioner's shop or grabbing the nearest candy bar in the supermarket checkout aisle, you know that cravings for chocolate demand immediate satisfaction.
Chocolate and cocoa powder are derived from beans that contain hefty quantities of natural antioxidants called flavonoids.
Since 1982, the owner and her crew have been creating handmade and hand-wrapped treats with Belgian and Venezuelan chocolate.
In the case of Sigmund, the skill and conceptual audacity involved in drawing a portrait with chocolate sauce is mediated by the final product: a photograph.
Diva Chocolates[TM] Chocolate Fondues comes in three exciting flavors:
Ice cream treats sure to help consumers think outside the chocolate box.
The book includes 30 chocolate and 30 vanilla recipes.
5 plastic bags (sealable, quart-size) ** chocolate (1 M&M, 2 whole Hershey's Kisses, 2 Hershey's Kisses cut in half) ** thermometer * 5 plastic cups (8 oz, or 250 ml) ** *2 milk jugs (4 L, or 1 gal)-one filled with 27[degrees]C (80[degrees]F) tap water, and the other with 40[degrees]C (105[degrees]F) tap water ** watch or timer ** tablespoon ** paper (graph and plain) ** pencil
Research at the University of California, Davis, has found that chocolate carries high levels of chemicals known as phenolics, some of which may help lower the risk of heart disease," wrote the Copley News Service in a November 2000 article on "Simple Stuff that Can Add Years to Your Life.
The Treasure Surprise Egg "cracks" open to reveal an assortment of filled eggs, solid squares, and milk & dark chocolate bunnies.
Rodriguez, 19, was sprinkling each ball of white chocolate with candy sprinkles.