Friday, 6 December 2013

Food on Friday: Chocolate – Round II

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In the early days of Food on Friday we did Chocolate, but there weren't that many recipes in the collection.  And knowing, what great lovers of chocolate are out there, I felt we should give it another go.

Chocolate goes well with:

almonds
honey
amaretto
ice-cream
brandy
liqueurs
butter
macadamias
caramel
marzipan
cherries
milk
chestnuts
muscat
cinnamon
oranges
coconut
pastry
coffee
pears
cognac
pecans
cream
pistachios
dates
port
dried fruit
prunes
eggs
raisins
figs
rum
hazelnuts
sour cream
sugar
vanilla
Walnuts

So just add your chocolate wonders by putting your name and the name of the dish into the first Mr Linky box and pasting the url for your post about the dish into the second one.

There are no other rules – but I do encourage you to check out some of the other dishes.  To help you choose which ones you want to look at it more detail, I will be pinning the dishes to this Pinboard.

As always, I disclaim all waistline effects from reading all these recipes! 

Happy chocolating! (And, yes, I know that's not a real word)


54 comments:

  1. Thanks, Carole. First to comment this time!!!

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  2. Fabulous topic! My favorite, actually. Hope everyone enjoys the one healthy and one decadent recipe I posted.

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  3. Carole,
    I've got such a hankering for chocolate, and no clue what I want to make for my birthday treat--so thanks for a bunch of new ideas!

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  4. Thanks for hosting Carol and also thanks for the email reminder. I've brought a decadent chocolate cassis cake. Hope you have a lovely weekend.
    Sam

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  5. My chocolate biscotti are a bit of a PITA to make--most of my stuff is pretty easy--but they are oh SO worth it and lovely for the Holidays.

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  6. I've added a weird one (bacon & choc chip cookies) but it really works, honest !

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    1. That's a GREAT combo Cheryl. There's a candy bacon recipe floating around too...covered in gobs of chocolate. Have you seen it?

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  7. Thanks for the invite!! Posted my Chocolate-Pomegranate-Ginger Bark!

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  8. Chocolate! Brilliant theme! I added our Pumpkin-Chocolate Chip Muffins with Caramel Swirl, Oatmeal-Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Snack Bites, and our very newest post that just went up today (perfect timing!) - No-Bake Chocolate- Coconut Peanut Butter Bars. Thanks, as always! :D

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  9. Carole, I can't wait to see what is posted. I need inspiration for something new and exciting for a holiday cookie exchange next week. Thank you for hosting this timely topic.

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  10. Thanks for hosting, Carole! Added my Dark Chocolate Peppermint Bark Cookies. Have a great weekend!

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  11. I'm dropping off my Five Minute Chocolate Mousse recipe! It's so good and easy!

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  12. Mmmmm, Chocolate!! Thanks as always, Carole! x

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  13. Yeah! I love chocolate...thanks for hosting.

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  14. Hi, I couldn't decide between two recipes I love, so I posted both of them. Thanks, as always!

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  15. Wow, what a great topic! I have so many ideas, but I only linked two of my more recent ones. Thanks so much for hosting!!

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  16. ahhhh Chocolate! It fixes everything :)

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  17. I love chocolate and shared an old family favorite, Heavenly Chocolate Delight that has been revamped using real food. Thank you so much for hosting - I hope you enjoy!

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  18. I added another chocolate recipe - I love chocolate and like to make it as nourishing as possible!

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  19. I linked a few of my most recent posts/recipes, though I could go on and on and on....

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  20. I'm going through all of these... yum!

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  21. Just in time for Christmas, I've posted some incredible chocolate truffles. It is definitely the season for chocolate.

    Thanks, Carole!

    Mimi

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  22. Rocky Road Fudge has been posted! It is SO easy, gluten free, and you need enormous willpower to resist!

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  23. I've brought you two savoury dishes - a pork ragu and a chilli con carne - that both use a tiny amount of chocolate, but an amount that makes all the difference! I've also brought my fabulous Chocolate & Beetroot cake, plus some totally scrummy Chocolate and Cherry pots! Mmmmmn - chocolicious!

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  24. Just one of my many, many chocolate brownie recipes!

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  25. Thanks for the invite! I shared my gluten free Ghirardelli chocolate brownies.

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  26. Thanks for the invite! Chocolate is my favorite!

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  27. Thank you for hosting another great week! I am loving the chocolate recipes!

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  28. Chocolate........my favourite!

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  29. Thanks for hosting again, you have the best ideas for link ups.

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  30. Hi Carole~ Great Party!! Lynn@ Turnips 2 Tangerines
    (I put the wrong name on one of the links I added, I put Angel Food Candy/Seafoam Candy and it should be Peanut Clusters. Sorry:(

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  31. Gosh - it took a while to find a post for this one. I like chocolate so steer clear of it. My recipe is my first go at Heston. Cheers.

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  32. I shared the cake I made for my husbands birthday last month - chocolate sour cream Bundt cake. Secret ingredient...... Coffee!!

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  33. Thanks for hosting. Brought over my moist chocolate chip cake. Enjoy!

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  34. Love your Friday features! I shared Aunt Barbara's Brownies! They are delicious and so easy to make!

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  35. Looks like a pretty delicious collection so far! I added my Banana Split Smoothie.

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  36. Oh my goodness! Chocolate heaven here!!!

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  37. Thanks for the invite again. I'm not much of a chocolate fan, but I do make some things chocolaty. Love the Pinterest link, some of the photo's make me mouth water.

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  38. I've linked up a White choc cookie and a Beet chocolate bundt cake. Hope you'll like them.

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  39. I think chocolate is good for you!! Yum.

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  40. Chocolate - you said the magic word!!
    We have soooo many chocolate recipes to share - I had such a hard time choosing. :)
    Thank you for hosting this round up - I can't wait to see what everyone shares!!

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  41. Elisson's Edible Asphalt - best hot fudge sauce ever!

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  42. I knew today would be popular! Good choice, Carole. Happy weekend! Cheers.

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  43. Thanks Carole. Don't try them all!

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  44. It took me all week, but I finally got back with my recipe. Nanimo Bars are most popular in Canada and I found a cookie version which I enjoy making and then eating. I don't lilke the store version of the bars as the chocolate isn't as nice, but these cookies hit the spot.

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  45. Hi Carole! I haven't been around in forever. It is nice to link about again and see how big your parties have gotten!! Thanks for the invite :)

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  46. Hi, Carole. I tried to link up over the weekend and kept getting messages that your blog no longer existed! I got a little worried about you. Glad to see it was just a glitch.

    Thank you for all the chocolate ideas. Very much appreciated!

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Your comments are most welcome. Cheers