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Stocking Stuffer Guide

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Caring for Chocolate Molds

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 As we get closer to the holiday season, many of you will be using chocolate molds to make festive candy for your friends, family and coworkers. Proper care of your molds is important, the last thing you want is bacteria to form and to have to throw the mold away.Here's a short video from our YouTube channel explaining the cleaning process.- Maggie

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Apple Crisp

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While apples are still plentiful, I couldn’t resist sharing another one of my favorite recipes for the season. -Maggie   APPLE CRISP PREP TIME: 20 minutes       COOK TIME:  30 minutes      SERVES 10-12 INGREDIENTS 1 dozen apples 1 cup flour 1 cup brown sugar 1/3 cup butter  1 tablespoon butter DIRECTIONS Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Use the one tablespoon of butter to coat a 9x7 oven proof dish. Peel and slice apples and place in buttered dish Sprinkle with cinnamon and nutmeg. Cover with foil and bake for 30 minutes.  While that’s baking, mix sugar and flour, then add...

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Chocolate for a Cure

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Every October, Western New York and the nation takes a moment to reflect and do what they can in the fight against breast cancer.So many have lost a loved one or watched a loved one struggle with cancer, including many of us here at the shop. That’s why our Chocolate for a Cure fundraiser is so important and close to our hearts.For the third year, we are holding our Chocolate for a Cure fundraiser throughout the month of October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.All this month, we’ll be selling custom-made, pink-topped nonpareils and pink sugar cookies, with one hundred percent of...

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October 2014 Newsletter

Posted by Anna Hartog on

Chocolate for a Cure is back! In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we are once again having our Chocolate for a Cure fundraiser. Each year, we sell pink nonpareils and pink sugar cookies with one hundred percent of the proceeds going towards cancer research at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. We started this fundraiser in 2012, in memory of our cousin, Andrea Pizzuto, who lost her battle with breast cancer October, 2011. Andrea was diagnosed in 2006, while pregnant with her only son. She chose to hold off treatment until after he was born. Her passing has left a void in our...

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