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Will Write for Chocolate

What price a woman’s soul?  In my case, chocolate.  Well, really good chocolate.  Guy of Gandolf’s Fine Chocolate is offering a free piece of chocolate to anyone who writes a web-review.  So I’m doing a blog posting about him. I … Continue reading

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Cocoa and Lavender, Milk and Honey

After the farmers’ market I stopped at Milk and Honey, the goddess store.  Yes, the town has a goddess store.  What can I say?  In an earlier post I mentioned that they were going to start serving tea and coffee … Continue reading

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Viva Cocolat

I stumbled across this chocolate café the cold, rainy Friday I went to Petaluma to take pictures.  The cafe is in a long, rather narrow storefront. The pleasant friendly woman behind the curving counter is the owner.  She told me … Continue reading

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The Second Chocolate Post of 2010

On Valentine’s Day I stopped at the Mendocino Chocolate Company shop in the village of Mendocino to pick up a truffle for the Sig-O.  We don’t actually observe Valentine’s Day, but I said I’d blog more about chocolate, and here … Continue reading

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The First Chocolate Post of 2010

Sonoma Chocolatiers Infusions tea shop 6988 McKinley Sebastopol, Ca 95472 If I post twice a week, and there are 52 weeks in a year, then I should do 104 postings a year. In 2010, at least ten of those will … Continue reading

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El Sol

            I got this fiery, geometric woven wall-hanging at the Sebastopol farmers’ market Sunday.  The  booth is called “Sacred Land.”  I hadn’t seen Sacred Land before; maybe I just missed it since I have such a predictable routine at the … Continue reading

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