The History of Parisian Patisseries

Paris is simply a paradise for culinary lovers. However, once you’ve had a taste of the city’s finest eateries, you may be wondering where to go to sample some of its tastiest treats. (more…)

6 Chocolate Desserts From Around The World

Whether it’s to satisfy sweet cravings, deal with a relationship breakup, or to celebrate Valentine’s Day, chocolate is almost always the answer. That’s how much chocolate is prevalent in popular culture. It brings us closer and comforts us, even when fighting just for that very last square of a chocolate bar. It’s of no surprise then that it’s the world’s most popular decadence. Here are some chocolate desserts from around the globe you would simply die for. (more…)

American Chocolate Cake and German Influence

Kraft foods spokeswoman Patricia Riso said that the company had used a chocolate bar bearing the brand name “German’s” for its chocolate cake recipe. The bar was developed all the way back in 1952 by Sam German, a confectioner from England who worked for Baker’s Chocolate Company. (more…)

Your Very Own Chocolate Cake Day

A luxurious and rich chocolate cake is the pinnacle of any birthday celebration. That’s especially the case if it’s one of those with a delicious strawberry filling. Once you’ve had a single bite, you’re in heaven. Chocolate cake is great for other occasions, too. In fact, chocolate can be the perfect treat on any day, and at any time. (more…)

The History of Chocolate in America

While there is no officially recognised holiday for chocolate cake, there probably should be for something this popular. Here’s a short history of how chocolate and chocolate cake has evolved into becoming a popular staple in U.S culture. (more…)