Goldenberg Peanut Chew art

Via Neil, here’s a fun piece about a piece of art made entirely of Goldenberg Peanut Chews. The artwork is 2 feet by 4 feet and weighs 26 pounds. I wonder how they keep it from going bad while it’s on display.   It reminds me of Jelly Belly art. I took the below photo at the Jelly…

Truffles from Southern Season

My boyfriend’s gym is located right next door to A Southern Season, a gourmet food mecca that’s proven to be a great candy source. It’s also quite the temptation whenever I drop-in for a workout, as the gym exit is right by the chocolate truffles. That’s how I wound up with a couple of impulse…

Chuao Chocopods: Maple Bacon and Orange-A-Go-Go

I got these two Chuao Chocopods, Maple Bacon and Orange-A-Go-Go at last year’s Sweets and Snacks Expo from Chef Michael himself, along with a Popcorn Pop ChocoPod that I previously reviewed. Orange-A-Go-Go was described as “candied orange harmoniz[ing] with the essence of bergamot orange in dark chocolate”. The individually wrapped pod had a dry sharp snap…

Hot Chocolate Modifications

The NY Times recently rounded up a list of places to get hot chocolate in New Jersey. Even if you don’t live in the area, you can get some inspiration for adventurous ways to enjoy your hot chocolate – mixed with cheese, made with coconut milk, or eaten with mushroom flavored marshmallows, anyone?

Koala's March - Review

Lotte Koala’s March Cookies: The Same As Hello Panda?

Lotte Koala’s March Cookies are “chocolate crème filled cookies” that can be found in Asian grocery stores in America. I recently got a free box from the folks at MunchPak, along with Koala’s March competitors Hello Panda (which I reviewed already). In fact, those two candies are very similar; I’ll explain. The pillow-shaped cookies are imprinted…