Sure this season's big lip color is a dark chocolate cherry tone, but we still have a deep devotion to orange—specifically for Giorgio Armani Ecstasy Lacquer in Tangerine. Here's why. Giorgio Armani Ecstasy Lacquer in Tangerine, $38, nordstrom.com First, lets talk about the color. Show More Summary
It's just sitting there taking up room in your fridge. No, not the kale you're trying to like. That half-eaten jar of peanut butter But if you're sick of sandwiches (and dipping dip dark chocolate straight into the jar elicits strong...Show More Summary
How have we never thought to eat dark chocolate and almonds like this before?
A skull with a clown nose. A soccer ball completely covered with nipples. Ants carrying flags and peace signs like activists. A Che Guevara made of soup beans, a Freud consisting of chocolate sauce. In Dark Mirror. Art from Latinamerica...Show More Summary
Behold the ultimate evolution of the chocolate cake: Four layers of dark chocolate cake enveloped within dark chocolate mousse and finished with dark chocolate ganache. Bon appetit!
These are the real crackberries — lucious, sweet, tart, and made to turn a classic camping dessert into a new winner.
Pralines are on the menu for Armani/Dolci’s big 40. In celebration of the Armani Group’s big day, it’s releasing a specialty box of confections featuring a dark chocolate shell and raisin, dark brown sugar, apple, honey or walnut… The post Armani to Release a Special Anniversary Chocolate Set appeared first on Selectism.
Yesterday we saw some stunning chocolate wedding cakes. However, there is a dark side to chocolate - and I'm not talking the extra tasty dark chocolate side. (mmmm) No, I'm talking about Unfortunately Poo-Like Usage of Ganache Decor,...Show More Summary
By +Alzheimer's Reading Room A naturally occurring compound found in dark chocolate and red wine might be able to slow or stop the progress of Alzheimer’s disease. A compound in red wine, resveratrol, that appears to have anti-aging effects could become a new way to treat Alzheimer's disease, early research suggests. Show More Summary
From leafy greens to berries to dark chocolate
This week’s bestsellers are brought to you by gooey chocolate chip cookies, ice cold glasses of milk, and our affiliate sales data. We also have a tie for number ten between Mercy by HelenKay Dimon and To Love a Dark Lord by Anne Stuart.
Resveratrol, found in red wine and dark chocolate, may stabilise Alzheimer's disease – but at doses equivalent to 1000 bottles a day
A new study has found tantalizing evidence that a highly concentrated form of a compound found in red wine and dark chocolate might be able to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.But it’s likely that it’s because the compound is tricking the body into acting as if it’s not eating at all.Read full article >>
No one will dispute the fact that chocolate tastes good. Now, two new studies have added to the growing controversy over whether eating chocolate really can play a role in improving your health. The flavonols in chocolate can lower blood...Show More Summary
Scientists have studied the link between what you eat and your mood for some time and a number of things seem clear from the research. Dark chocolate? Full of something that increases your sense of well-being. Fruits high in antioxidants? Also a possible natural antidepressant. Fried foods? Not so much.Read full article >>
Clips of kids doing anything in slow motion is comedy gold, and this video is absolutely no exception. Splendid Chocolate completely nailed their latest advertisement for their dark chocolate when they put kids on camera to taste it - in slow motion and set to ominous music. Show More Summary
See their bitter, sweet expressions
Kids really can't help but express how they're feeling, and when it comes to trying new foods, we're so thankful for that. These children tried dark chocolate for the first time, and it was captured in slow motion in an ad for Splendid Chocolate. Show More Summary
A medium-bodied red blend with aromas of violets and macerated plums; the flavor profile offers blackberry jam and hints of dark chocolate. An elegant description that beautifully encapsulates three of the five major senses and describes the glass of wine I recently enjoyed. Show More Summary
With age comes many things: wisdom, skepticism, wrinkles and a palette for dark chocolate. But kids? They just don't understand Splendid Chocolate had several kids try its dark chocolate, capturing their disgusted reactions and proving...Show More Summary