INSIDE THIS ISSUE
NOTE: We publish multiple blog posts previews for each issue, to give you an idea of what you’ll find inside. Scroll down below to see which posts we’ve already published for the June 2017 Issue.
JUNE 2017 ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS
On the Chocolate Regular: Endangered Species
Recipe of the Month: Dark Chocolate Vegan Ice Cream with Turmeric
Marisa’s Chocolate Adventure: More Than Just a Label (Part 4)
Chocolate University — Chocolate’s Melting Point
Ask a Chocolate Expert with David Menkes
Editor’s Corner — Is Summer Like a Box of Chocolates?
Marisa’s Chocolate Adventure — San Diego Botanic Garden Chocolate Festival
Chocolate News: Chocolate Heart Health, a Russian Crime Syndicate Steals a Ton of Chocolate, & More...
On the Cover / Credits
JUNE 2017 PREVIEW
In celebration of World Chocolate Day, here’s a free recipe straight from the June 2017 Issue of Chocolate Connoisseur, with special thanks to Alak Vasa at Elements Truffles for sending over this refreshing, cool creation for the summer!
Add an Annual Subscription at 20% off to your Shopping Cart and immediately save 25% on any LetterPress Chocolate Offer — our last chocolate offer until September! Both the sale and the LetterPress Chocolate Offer end at 8am Pacific Time on Tuesday June 27th.
Nestled in North San Diego County is the sleepy town of Encinitas, located ninety-five miles south of Los Angeles and twenty-five miles North of San Diego proper, a garden paradise, home to Southern California’s most delightful Chocolate Festival…
Summer is here, save the chocolate! Rene Zimbelman talks melting point, shipping chocolate during the warm weather months, and the return of GMO cacao(?!), in June’s Chocolate University…
Catch the debut of our Ask a Chocolate Expert feature as super chocolate maker David Menkes (LetterPress Chocolate) gives us his penultimate chocolate short list and describes the first steps to take on your path to chocolate connoisseur…
On the Chocolate Regular returns this month, just in time to help you save the planet, one chocolate purchase at a time. See how a trapped baby dolphin, a fired cook, an inquisitive daughter and a zoo elephant helped create Endangered Species Chocolate.