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Chocolatines

The fine offerings from Chocolatines are a truly masterful blend between visual presentation and flavorful medleys.

As the website explains, "It began with a love for aesthetic beauty and a tasteful indulgence of fine foods and exotic travels – from Nepal, Morocco, Thailand to Costa Rica, Czech Republic, and Paris. Then, Chef Rieko Wada wanted to share the flavors and cultural experiences from her globe-trotting experiences with other epicureans through chocolate concepts and creations that carried her signature style."

Recently, I had the opportunity to sample some of Chocolatines' fare for myself.

The chocolates were neatly packed in a cardboard box along with a gel pack to keep them cool. Besides the obvious care that went into the order, I also appreciated that the enclosed gel pack was not only non-toxic, but also biodegradable.

While it was obvious from the website that their products were beautiful in appearance, I was eager to learn whether or not the exotic flavors would truly blend. Included in the package were such exotic offerings as:

Chocolate-Dipped Bacon Strips (recommended accompaniment: a Shiraz),
Chocolate Dipped Bacon

Rose Gold Chocouture Edible Diamonds, and the Four Piece Classic Collection, consisting of Chai Tea, Pink Peppercorn, Passion Fruit, and Pistachio.
Chocolatines 4pc Classic

Chocolatines 4pc Classic

After a delightful tasting period, I can assure you that these creative combinations turned out to be every bit as pleasing to the taste buds as they were to the eye.

While some flavors may take a leap of faith to try, there is no doubt these amazing morsels are a revolutionary twist on the traditional box of chocolates. With affordable offerings beginning at a mere five dollars, one can have their Choco-Couture without the designer price. For more formal occasions, Chocolatines offer a wide assortment of gorgeous and extravagant products such as sixteen piece samplers, chocolate dipped strawberries (in season), and numerous others, all only a click away!

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Sarabeth's Kitchen

In 1981, Sarabeth and Bill Levine opened a tiny bakery-kitchen to make and sell her preserves and baked goods. A few tables and chairs were soon added, first for breakfast and then for lunch. The little store, with its unique charm and wholesomely delicious products became an instant success with discriminating New Yorkers. By popular demand Sarabeth's (East) made its debut in 1983, followed by Sarabeth's (West) in 1986. Both restaurants began serving dinner as well as breakfast, lunch and brunch. In 1991, Sarabeth's was honored to become the first private restaurant for the Whitney Museum of American Art where it still serves lunch and brunch to art lovers from around the world. Sarabeth's Bakery at the Chelsea Market, a wholesale/retail bakery and café began operations in 1998. 2005 saw the opening of Sarabeth's largest restaurant in New York City's most prime location, Central Park South, between Fifth and Sixth Aves., just steps from the famed Plaza Hotel and across the street from Central Park. Sarabeth's Key West also debuted in 2005 in its landmark location. Both new restaurants have proven extremely popular. More restaurant locations are now in the development stage. When you are in New York City or Key West, Florida, please come visit us. It's worth the trip!

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Savorique

Thanks to their unparalleled culinary qualities, Savorique's Artisan producers have received National media recognition from Oprah, Gourmet Magazine, New York Times and Saveur, to mention just a few. These reviews and press buzz support our criteria for extraordinary products at all levels.

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David's Cookies

Today, David's Cookies is the leading provider of fresh baked cookies on the Internet, and continues to win awards including getting voted one of Good Housekeeping Magazine's 10 Best Mail-order Goodies for Giving (or Serving), December 2007 for their mini cheesecake selections. The David's Cookies brand is also growing by leaps and bounds in the corporate gifting industry, with new additions to their cookie gift basket selection, giant message cookies and other great gift ideas.

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Blue Bell Creameries

It all started on a hot summer day when local farmers decided to establish the Brenham Creamery Company and make butter from excess cream brought in by area farmers. A few years later the creamery began making ice cream and delivering it to neighbors by horse and wagon. It was in 1930 that the company changed its name to Blue Bell Creameries after the native Texas bluebell wildflower.

A lot has changed since those early days. Horse drawn buggies have been traded in for refrigerated trucks and the creamery no longer produces butter. Today, Blue Bell produces around 50 different ice cream flavors, including its number one seller, Homemade Vanilla, numerous frozen snack items and a No Sugar Added and Light line of ice cream.

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