Brussels is quickly gaining a reputation as city with its small town charm, trendy bars and restaurants, fabulous food, great nightlife, fantastic shopping, numerous museums, and other attractions. No trip to Brussels is complete without sampling the world-class chocolate for which Belgium is known. In a country with more than 2,000 chocolate shops, this is an easy mission to accomplish. This city is not just the capital of Belgium but unofficially also of the EU, and the home of a quiver of international organizations (NATO, the European Commission, the European Parliament and, of course, the European Brewery Convention).
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These chocolate sneakers Were made for the 25th anniversary of the Nike Air Force. They look cool in dark chocolate. In chocolate are 3 models of Nike: Nike Dunk, Air Trainer, and Blazer.
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A chocolate fountain is a machine for serving chocolate fondue. The chocolate flows gently along the sides of a cascaded fountain. The basin is heated to keep the chocolate in a liquid state. The fountain can also be used for much more than just chocolate. If you have a chocolate fountain, you need to buy some chocolate. You can use any type of chocolate that you like, but you may have to add some oil to get a good consistency. Add 1/2 cup of good vegetable oil to each pound of chocolate. For the best flavor use coconut oil.
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2/3 cup heavy cream
12 ounces semisweet chocolate, small pieces
1 vanilla extract
1/3 cup cocoa
1/5 cup brandy
Bring the heavy cream just to a boil. Remove from the heat immediately. Add the chopped chocolate, brandy and vanilla extract and stir until the mixture is completely smooth. Roll the mixture quickly into balls and than roll the ball in the cocoa powder and chill.
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