The temptations of chocolate are legendary. No food is more richly satisfying or possessed of such miraculous qualities. The taste of chocolate can stir passions or evoke treasured memories. Originally consumed as a highly spiced drink that was thought to have aphrodisiacal powers and known to the Aztecs as "food of the gods," chocolate was introduced in Europe in the sixteenth century and was for centuries an elegant aristocratic indulgence. In the hands of inspired pastry chefs, chocolate has made fortunes and built empires. Nowadays, chocolate in all its guises is an intrinsic part of our lives, something many people cannot live without. Each of these luscious notecards presents a mouth-watering image of the world's favorite confection, accompanied by a sinfully good receipe. Inspired by The Book of Chocolate, available from Abbevilles Press. (12 notecards, 12 envelopes, 3 each of 4 images, 5 x 5")
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