Mexican chocolate is made from dark, bitter chocolate mixed with sugar, cinnamon, and sometimes nuts. The end result is a "grainy" less smooth product. Chocolate is frequently purchased in "disks" although it is also available in bars and syrups. Learn about the history, uses, and recipes.
We've done some sleuthing to find some of reader's favorite uses for this old-time chocolate treat. Find creative uses for chocolate wafers including the history of this little chocolate cookie.
Learn about traditional chocolate pots including history, styles, use and where to buy.