Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Chocolate Giveaway: Week #2

This week I'm giving away a signed copy of Jungle Crossing, a bobble-head tortoise, and a mouthwatering selection of Theo chocolate bars: Vanilla, Coconut Curry, Chai, Bread & Chocolate, Nib Brittle, and Coffee. If you're ever in Seattle, a Theo chocolate factory tour is a terrific way to spend an afternoon. Free samples!


Chocolate Tidbit: The earliest evidence of the Maya's use of chocolate comes from a ceramic jar dating back 600 B.C.E.

To enter this week's contest, please leave a chocolate-related comment by October 5, 2009. Winner will be chosen randomly--anyone in the U.S. or Canada is welcome to enter.

11 comments:

  1. OMG. Coconut curry chocolate? That might be the only chocolate on earth that I like! Please oh please oh please let me win. :)

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  2. Amy can have the coconut curry chocolate...just make mine dark. Like 80%.

    -Monelle Smith

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  3. My favorite chocolate is nutrageous. It's the peanutty, nuggoty, crunchy, chocolaty, carmely goodness. I love love your turtles.

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  4. I looove chocolate. Then again who doesnt? I am like a choco-addict. I put normal choco-lovers to shame. :) Lamely, my favorite kind of chocolate is Hersheys. (uhm, uhm good)

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  5. I love milk chocolate!!!! Not so much dark. Chocolate with nuts is also yummy!

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  6. Mm. I've tried cardamom and white pepper chocolate, chili chocolate, tea leaf chocolate, even chipotle chocolate, but never coconut curry. Love the flavours, so why not? It might be awesome. I'd be up for it.

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  7. Ahhh chocolate now I got a craving coming on but what is coconut curry chocolate? It doesnt sound too good but I'm willing to try it.

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  8. I can't remember if I told you this, but there is a chocolate place in San Francisco that has a chocolate bar with bits of bacon in it. It was actually much better than I thought it would be--sort of that sweet/salty taste. Oh, and also, my uncle and aunt own a chocolate factory...I can't remember if I told you that one, too.

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  9. I'm not in the U.S. or Canada, but I saw the word 'chocolate', so here I am. So glad I read Valynne's comment about the chocolate-bacon combo. Or I'd have gone straight to the refrigerator and ruined my diet. (I'm impressed she had the nerve to try that, though.)

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  10. There's no chocolate in the house today except for cocoa powder, so I think I'll bake brownies.

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  11. Via Facebook:

    I often picture my mother's angel surrounded by white boxes of See's chocolates :) --Terri Farley

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