In this richly illustrated book guaranteed to make your mouth water, you’ll discover many fun and delicious things you can do with chocolate.
There’s so much more to chocolate than a candy bar or a frosted topping. This book reveals a whole world of chocolatey creativity out there for you to experiment with, and you’ll soon be whipping up creations such as:
Dainty chocolate cups
Bonfire-roasted banana splits
Gourmet spiced hot chocolate with all the flavors
Chockful of delicious richness, the recipes in How to Eat Chocolate will inspire greed, gluttony, and self-indulgence—all the virtues that a self-respecting chocoholic holds dear—while the colorful retro-inflected illustrations make the book an irresistible gift.
About the Author
Sarah Ford has written many giftable bestsellers, including 50 Ways to Kill a Slug, What Would Unicorn Do?, Be a Flamingo, The Chinese Zodiac, and It’s the Little Things. She lives in Cheltenham, United Kingdom. Stockholm-based illustrator Kari Modén has a stellar client list that includes Bonnier Fakta, Cosmopolitan, Die Zeit, Dorling Kindersley, Elle, GQ, Tatler, the Guardian, The New Yorker, and the New York Times.