For as long as I can remember, the flavor of chocolate has been an obsession, a craving, a calling.
I believe that chocolate is a trophy flavor.
Who would turn down an enormous cookie, all buttery and chewy, touched with brown sugar and stubby with chips or chunks of chocolate?
Chocolate is an elemental flavor. In a compelling way, its presence draws you into a recipe and, at a pivotal moment, into dessert.
When chocolate is combined with familiar baking staples, something miraculous happens: what you pull from the oven is irresistible, darkly alluring, astonishing.
In its every essence and form, when it's chocolate, it dazzles and enchants.
And isn't that divine?