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While cooking you can dip into the turbulent history of cocoa and find out about the pain and pleasure of chocolate, from the cocoa producers to the chocoholics; from the early history to today's world, with a look at advertising and seduction along the way; and from the might of the big chocolate companies to the gathering force of fair trade.
The book includes:
* Fifty recipes from around the world
* Stories, illustrations and factfiles
* Recipe photographs from an award-winning studio
The Bittersweet World of Chocolate explores the story of this delectable food. It reveals an eventful history and explains why more of us are buying Fair Trade chocolate. Accompanied by 50 recipes from around the world, such as turkey in chocolate sauce, orange and chocolate biscuits, fondue and cheesecake, this book gives a chocolate boost to the mind and the body.
I look forward to the day when a much larger percentage of [cocoa] that we grow is sold at a fair price. This will happen because people will read book like this Bittersweet World of Chocolate. More consumers will want it, governments will support it and
ultimately companies will see it is right.
Kwabena Ohemeng-Tinyase, Managing Director, Kuapa Kokoo (Cocoa Co-op) Ghana
This beautifully illustrated recipe book gives new ideas for delicious dishes to make with fair trade chocolate.
An ideal gift for chocolate lovers.
Size 21cm x 21cm, 176 pages, paperback.
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