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How Your Chocolate is Packed for Shipping

Quite often, visitors to our website, www.LakeChamplainChocolates.com, are looking for a chocolate gift to send to their friends and families so a question we are frequently asked is if we gift wrap. We try to convey to our customers that while we don’t gift wrap in the traditional sense, we do take great strides in […]

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National Grouch Day – Celebrate (or Commiserate) with Chocolate

Ok. I missed an important holiday on my list of reasons to celebrate earlier this month. But, in light of the holiday itself, I suppose it’s fortuitous that I did. You see, I just found out October 15th is National Grouch Day. I tweeted people on Twitter yesterday to forewarn them. Thus not only would […]

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The Sculpture is Gone!

First of all, let me say I'd been meaning to post this all last week, but as you can judge from Leann's earlier posts about Halloween chocolates, Pumpkin Spice Truffles, and Winter Hot Chocolate, things here have been quite busy!  But I was determined to share this before all the leaves have fallen and snow […]

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A picture is worth a thousand……mmm’s! Liquid Chocolate!

Each day I come to work and I’m met with the wonderful smells that exist only in a chocolate factory. It’s heaven for the olfactory but as for sharing it on a blog, no dice until they come up with smell-o-puters or e-smell. So, I’m going to do the next best thing and give you […]

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Chocolate Tips – How to Store Chocolate

Its’ that time of year when people are visiting from out of state and buying lots of chocolate. So, inevitably, the question about how to store chocolate arises. Many people still think they should store it in the refrigerator while others aren’t aware that it is possible to freeze it. While we recommend you eat […]

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Blackstrap Molasses Cookies with Chocolate Chips

Just in time for Autumn, I made a batch of soft molasses cookies last night. Spicy and soft, they came out pretty yummy and the recipe was extremely simple. As always, I want to credit my source as this is not a recipe I made up. I did change it a little for my preferences […]

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To err is human, I’ll eat it! Oh, and more on Pumpkin Spice truffles

I love new employees. Not only because it’s fun to meet new people but because when they work in the factory or in the factory store café, I win. You’re wondering what I mean. I’ll tell you. New people don’t walk through the door of our factory store café knowing exactly how to make our […]

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How to Make Chocolate Fondue

A perfect treat for this time of year (and right on through to say, oh, I don’t know, next June?!) is chocolate fondue. As a big fan of any type of fondue, you can imagine how high chocolate fondue ranks on my list. Right at the top. And when it’s done well, it’s over the […]

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12 Reasons to Celebrate in October

After the great reception for my post of random (and maybe applicable) reasons to celebrate in September, I’ve decided to bring you an updated list for October. Honesty, do we really need a reason to celebrate? Well, some of us do. So, for those of you who fall in that group, this list is for […]

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Chocolate Turkeys and Spice Cake Recipes – Hmmm….. Mmmm!

I feel I need to say up front that just going on first impressions, the two subjects of todays blog do not appear to be directly related but they are. I promise. Earlier this week, I received a copy of Hobby Farm Home magazine in the mail. It’s a nice looking magazine, glossy cover with […]

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