Every year millions of foreigners Brown on 14 February for Valentine's day. This tendency has grown very popular lately, especially with high-quality chocolate (our number of chocoholics). However, even in modern times, there are some things you need to consider before You run out and grab a gift of chocolate.
Fresh chocolate is better to get
Make some chocolate in the chocolate maker's largest candy for busy seasons (December to February) as soon as the summer. This means that some chocolate coated you can buy a few months. Also, some chocolate made from preservative-added that allowed Brown to stay good longer, but can affect the taste.
To get around this we recommend that you buy from the local chocolate or candy store, bread, which can produce fresh chocolate treat you (or at least one which is only a day or two). If you send Your chocolate to someone far away, check to see if there is a good local place that can deliver your fresh chocolate and reduce the chance of accidents.
Nothing beats homemade gifts
For a personal touch you can make your own chocolate-box give your Valentine. Don't worry if you're not a whiz in the kitchen-even if your gift does not change at all, it will get extra points because you can make it especially for them. There are many books, magazines, and Web sites to turn to for help and guidance so that you don't have to go it alone. This is an opportunity for you to customize the chocolate to make them extra special by adding Your Valentine's day your favorite fruits, nuts, alcohol, flavor, etc. See the "chocolate truffle" below for a good way to make your own homemade gifts.
The shape of love
While the General characteristics of the liver is often used for chocolate box gift form, you can use any way to pull your Valentine, like flowers. You can be creative with cookies cutters or stencils decorating icing or chocolate flavors, such as ECG, smiley, or bow to Brown. Also consider the various ways you can dress up gift box with Ribbon, flowers, love poems that are hand written, etc.
Chocolate milk is not only chocolate
While most Americans favor milk chocolate, don't be afraid to use chocolate in your gift, for example, you can make a mixture of 1/2 milk chocolate and 1/2 dark chocolate. If you are not sure whether he loves chocolate from your Valentine may want to go to the taste of the chocolate simisoit light and sweet. If you want to go for the chocolate then go with bittersweet dark chocolate.
Generally, the higher the percentage of cocoa, bitter chocolate will taste better. If you are using unsweetened chocolate or baking, you will want to mix it with something else, such as cream and sugar to help reduce the level of intensity.
Timing is everything
Very important to provide the proper amount of time for your Tan. If you buy the chocolate you need to get your orders early to avoid the rush. Some places have a cut-off date would take command love, especially if it involves shipping or local delivery. If you want to make chocolate You might want to try a practice run to work out kinks that may come and help you get familiar with the recipes of any kind.
Chances are good that you'll do better next time you go through the recipe, you can make any changes you think will taste good for your Valentine. Make sure that you can get the ingredients you need from the store where you can holiday rush often run out of local supply of chocolate, sugar, and other ingredients. If you buy chocolate, store them in a cool, dry, dark, not in the refrigerator.
Lots of chocolate, little time
There are a variety of gifts that you can give chocolate: chocolate truffles, Bonbons (shell of chocolate with a cream Centre), cakes, Donuts, candy, cookies (chocolate, chocolate chip, chocolate dipped, etc.), fruit/nuts/pretzels/whatever dyed Brown, and many more that you can buy or make, so let your imagination run wild.