Chocolate in bar form, from it's humble production years at the turn of the century, has gone hand-in-hand with military rations throughout history. From the America's first World WarW , when soldiers were given chocolate bars in abundance, as a cheap source of energy and nourishment. The unfortunate thing about chocolate is on it's own is most definitely guaranteed to meld into a puddle of chocolaty goo in the palm of your hand, or if carried close to your body too long.
During the Spa
Today I asked for inspiration, and it landed by way of a reader question: I want to do pastry professionally - Any Suggestions?
It is not a stupid question. If more people asked valid questions I believe the world would run so much smoother.
I suggest that you do some research. This is not a personal attack, I have just seen allot of people complain about this work and it is really too bad - because some of us are in it for more than money, to express our creativity.
If you are interest