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Scenes from the New York Chocolate Show

The 15th Annual Chocolate Show filled the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea. About 50 companies represented, from names we know and love (Francois Payard, Brooklyn Dark, Valhrona) to those who are a bit of a find (Co. Co. Sala, Eclat, Jer's), to those doing good for the world with cooperatives and earth-friendly ingredients (Gnosis, Kallari, Cooperbahia). They brought the classic, the classy, and everything in between. More

Food Artisans: Cacao Prieto

By vertically integrating (owning or having an involvement in every company along the supply line) his chocolate company, Daniel Prieto Preston of Cacao Prieto is able to focus on the quality and flavor of the product at every step in the process. More

Sugar Rush: German Chocolate Cake at Death & Co.

They don't usually do desserts to-go at Death & Co., but ask nicely and the kitchen just might find a little plastic container to house their German Chocolate Cake ($9). It's nothing too inventive, just the traditional version (plus a drizzle of dulce de leche) done very well. And sometimes that's exactly what you crave. More

Behind The Scenes At Kee's Chocolates, NYC

Kee's Chocolates in New York's Soho makes some of our favorite chocolates in NYC, and in more than 50 flavors; we can't get enough of it. Owner and chocolatier Kee Ling Tong left her corporate job many years ago in pursuit of a more fulfilling and hands-on career. Nowadays you can find her in the kitchen churning out batch after batch of chocolates, all made by hand. We spent a few hours in the kitchen with Kee herself to see how some of her popular chocolates are made. More

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