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Foodie Finds from around the world with
one thing in common: CHOCOLATE!
Brownies and Bars
Brownie lovers, prepare to swoon: New
varieties of irresistibly decadent brownies
and bars will have you sneaking snacks
whenever the mood strikes. They’re chocolate
at heart and bursting with peanuts, coconut,
cream cheese, pecans, walnuts, and more.
Frederic Blondeel
Chocolate Bars
Blondeel, a world class Belgian chocolatier, roasts
cacao beans from such exotic locales as Vietnam,
Peru, and Ghana to masterfully craft everything
chocolate should be—smooth, rich, intensely
flavored bars with traces of hazelnuts, pistachios,
peanuts, almonds, and what we’re convinced is heaven.
New York Strip Steaks
Give the flames of your grill something worth
leaping over. Thick, juicy steaks lovingly rubbed
with hints of sweet from hand-grated Mexican
chocolate and a pinch of cinnamon carefully
blended with spikes of Guajillo, Ancho, and
Chipotle peppers. Also available with Cocoa
Espresso rub.
Raaka Chocolate Bars
Handcrafted in Brooklyn from
responsibly sourced unroasted cacao
beans, Raaka bars send your senses
swirling on a trip around the world—
roasted nibs from the Dominican
Republic, cocoa from Bolivia, New
Hampshire maple syrup, and even
chocolate aged in bourbon casks all
make their way into these bars.
Tejas Chocolate Bars
Of course Texas-made chocolate
began with cacao beans roasted in a
barbecue pit. Now the husband-andwife team at Tejas hand-roast premium
cocoa beans from Boliva, Ecuador,
Belize, and Madagascar in clay brick
ovens for rich taste.
Cacao Prieto Chocolate Bars
More than a century of expertise goes into each bar
hand-made by the Prieto family using single origin
Dominican cacao beans from the family’s farm. Crafted
with all-natural ingredients with notes of Spanish
chamomile, orange blossom, rich berries, and much more.
Prestat Chocolates
Brothers Nick Crean and Bill Keeling handcraft
chocolates fit for a queen. Literally. A favorite of Her
Majesty the Queen of England and Her Late Majesty
Elizabeth the Queen Mother, Prestat bars, truffles,
and thins make giving in to your chocolate
cravings an easy act of elegance.
Wine and Chocolate Pairings
Admit it. You’ve been in the Wine Department eyeing the chocolate—
or vice versa—and you’re just about ready to take the leap to the
ultimate indulgence. Consider this the nudge you need. The rule of
thumb is simple enough: Rich, intense chocolates need rich, intense
wines, and the darker the chocolate, the darker the wine.
Humble Pie Cabernet with
Valrhona 85% Dark Bar
Doppio Passo Primitivo with
Willie’s Cacao Madagascan Gold Bar
Cornicelli Casa Rossa Red with
Michel Cluizel 45% Milk Bar
Chocolate Cheese Balls
These are the delicious new creations you didn’t know you wanted.
• Chocolate, pistachio, and cherry with cream cheese
• Chocolate, orange, and hazelnut with goat cheese
• White chocolate and raspberry with goat cheese
For maximum enjoyment, serve with plain crackers and let the
chocolate take center stage.
RoRo’s Chocolate Chip Cinn-A-Rolls
Add some excitement to your relationship—your breakfast relationship. Handrolled with cinnamon and real chocolate chips, then drizzled with a semi-sweet
chocolate glaze for a treat that all but dissolves in gooey goodness at first bite.
Available in Frozen.
Brandini Toffee Poppers
Chocolaty Snack Mix
Sweet meets savory, with a dash of
spice. Whether eaten by the handful
or the bowlful, you’re in for a blend of
nuts, pretzels, rice squares, sesame
sticks, and bits with a high
crunch quotient, all dribbled
with white and milk chocolate.
Barefoot and Chocolate Spreads
Dip, smear, drizzle, glaze, blend, whisk,
eat-straight-from-the-jar. Repeat. The
possibilities are endless with these little jars
of organic, all-natural chocolaty happiness
flavored with almonds, coconut, and hazelnuts.
And speaking of endless possibilities:
Shortbread, pineapple, strawberries, pretzels,
cake, milk, pudding, pancakes…
Central Market Truffles
Almost too good to be true: Imported French chocolate molded into mounds
of the most decadent chocolate you’ll find anywhere, then dusted with the
finest cocoa powder for a treat that’s practically perfect in every way.
Choose from Original or Caramel.
Puffy popcorn brushed with a glaze of
handmade toffee, then misted with
fine dark chocolate, and freckled with
freshly roasted almonds for a cravequenching combination of sweet and
salty for those who want the best of
both worlds.
Anthony’s Mousse Cake
Three dense, luscious layers of rich, spongy decadence frosted in
chocolate buttercream, ganache, and chocolate shavings are just so
good you have to taste it to believe it. Anthony created his mousse
cake 16 years ago in our Westgate Bakery, and it has been an in-store
tradition ever since. Available in 9-inch, 6-inch, or Mini.
Chocolate Crinkle Cookies
Our Pastry Chefs brought together unsweetened
Callebaut chocolate and genuine Madagascar vanilla
for a match made in dessert heaven. Their headturning appearance comes from a touch of powdered
sugar sprinkled over the dough at just the right
time. This favorite makes friends with just about
anything—milk, coffee, tea, ice cream, or even just a
few seconds’ heat.
Chocolate Cherry and
White Chocolate Apricot Breads
These slightly sweet, freshly baked breads pair well
with coffee, tea, or milk. Dark and white chocolate
are at their best teamed with tangy cherries and
chunks of sweet apricots, respectively. Serve simply
warmed with butter, or create the most indulgent
French toast ever to meet a slice of bacon.
Cooking School
Discovery Series: Chocolate & Wine
Our resident expert shows you how to pair two of our favorite things—wine and chocolate.
You’ll sample: Cornicelli Casa Red, Humble Pie Cabernet, L’Oliveto Pinot Noir, Riondo
Sparkling Sheeraz, Doppio Passo Primitivo, and Paringa Shiraz.
For a complete listing of classes, visit the Cooking School page at
What’s In Store
Chocolate Crawl
Friday, February 6 / 5 – 8 PM
We’re transforming our aisles into a chocolate wonderland. Indulge your
sweet tooth, and sample some of the world’s finest premium chocolates
and chocolate items at tasting stations throughout the store.
Reserve your spot on the Cooking School page at