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An Entry from a Chocolate Intern

Once again during my college experience, I am doomed to revisit the “freshman fifteen.” Well, to put it lightly, as the newest intern for Lake Champlain Chocolates, I am destined to the “chocolate fifteen.” First indication of destination “chocolate fifteen” came from my mother, who instead of congratulating me for my new position exclaimed “be […]

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My chocolate cyber identity!

  Be warned. This entry has very little to do with chocolate. I read other people’s blogs all the time and just like with DJ’s on the radio, I always wonder what the writer looks like. For some reason, I feel certain I can guess their looks by their tone but the reality is I’m […]

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Ghana, Lake Champlain Chocolates and World Cocoa Foundation

  Back in May, Jim Lampman (LCC owner) and his daughter Ellen (she also works at LCC doing purchasing and sourcing of supplies) visited Ghana with the World Cocoa Federation. They toured Chocolate Plantations and were able to see the processing of chocolate straight from the pod. Some of the photos they took really brought […]

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Lake Champlain Chocolate on Vacation?

Things have been so busy since the last time I wrote, I didn’t realize how much time had passed. If only the entire winter could go that quickly! I know all of you snow lovers out there are shaking your heads, wondering how I could wish the season away but it’s not the snow I […]

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New Years Resolutions made easy (and fun!)

Happy New Year! It’s the last day of the year and I never know how I’m going to feel about it. Did I accomplish enough this year ? (never) Will next year be better? (Oh please please please!) Was this year really that bad? (It had it’s moments.) What do I hope to have happen […]

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Health Benefits of Chocolate

A chocolate bar a day keeps the doctors away! Research Reveals: Chocolate May Be Good for You Recently studies on chocolate have been published that illustrate the many health benefits it provides. For nearly half a decade chocolate lovers have been told to avoid this treat, but as we further our research on the everyday […]

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Joy to the World!

Did you find yourself losing the spirit of the Season but getting caught up in the frustration and stress this year? I certainly hope not. In my rush to make things perfect for the holidays, I have to say, I didn’t feel the holiday low that often hits without warning. I didn’t find myself yelling […]

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Go ahead – bite my head off!

I have a chocolate Santa but I’m not sure which part to eat first. If he were an Easter Bunny, it’d be a no-brainer. Ears. Definitely the ears. If it were a peanut butter cup, I’d eat the edges first and then go for the peanutty middle. If it were a Five Star Bar, I’d […]

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This week just gets better!

OK. Second very exciting thing to happen this week. We are finally offering our Belgian chocolate pistoles online.  For those who don’t know, pistoles are chocolate chips. (Until I started working here, I didn’t know that.) Anyway, in the past, we’ve only offered the pistoles in our stores but people kept writing and asking about […]

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A Chocolate Adventure

After much planning, training and detail-wrangling, it’s finally finished and ready to go. And we’re so excited. What are we excited about? I’m glad you asked! We are starting an exciting weekly program with our partners at Smugglers’ Notch Ski Resort. It’s called “A Chocolate Adventure” and it’s a one-hour program on chocolate, focusing on […]

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