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Try A Moses That Melts In Your Mouth

These chocolates are a truly religious experience.

02/09/2015
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We always suspected eating chocolate to be a religious experience. Now it is just official.

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A Sweet, Ethically-Sourced Passover

Kosher chocolate goes fair trade in a partnership between T'ruah and Fair Trade Judaica.

03/07/2014
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Courtesy of Fair Trade Judaica

Kosher S'mores Indoors

A pro roaster won't settle for anything less than perfection.

07/30/2013
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S’mores, in my snobby opinion, are a delicacy. You can’t simply put marshmallows and chocolate over a graham cracker, stick them in the microwave or toaster oven, and call them s’mores.

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Ah, golden goodness!
Notice the yummy gooey inside... and the powdery hands.

Missouri’s Kosher Chocolatier

A Christian chocolate-maker honors his Jewish roots.

07/30/2013
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At a glance, that Askinosie chocolate bar sitting on the shelf at Eli’s Manhattan looks a lot like all the other organic, small-batch foodstuffs so in vogue these days. But the Askinosie product has a far richer backstory than your average pricey, artisanal sweet — starting with the heksher.

Shawn Askinosie runs a school lunch program for a school in Kyela, Tanzania. Photo courtesy Shawn Askinosie

Earth Day Treats

Bring back childhood with cup o' dirt and ants on a log.

04/22/2013
Food & Wine Editor

Today is Earth Day, the annual celebration and honoring of the environment, when we examine the ways in which mankind could help our planet for future generations. As a kid, Earth Day was also about delicious snacks. My favorite ones, which I still eat occasionally, are cup o' dirt (sometimes known as mud pie without the crust) and ants on a log.

Celebrate earth day with ants on a log! Fotolia
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