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Candy Fun: Barbie Goes Chocolate

I come to you today with a Barbie bonanza. You may notice that our first Barbie is of the non-edible variety. I have a sneaking suspicion that there are some Candy Addicts lurking over at Mattel because why else would they come up with a Hershey’s-chocolate-inspired Barbie? The official explanation on Barbie’s box says: “For […]

Candy Review: Wiseman House Almond Toffee

My awesome friend Greg from Houston and his friends are total foodies. What does this mean? That they are willing to drive 3.5 hours from Houston to attend the Austin Hill County Food and Wine Festival, even if it means driving through a hurricane to get there. I am not a big fan of wine […]

Candy Event: Creating With Candy With Beth Kimmerle

The last time I headed into Dylan’s Candy Bar it was for a fairly hideous Swedish Fish event. So, it was with some trepidation that I ventured back for a media get-together with Beth Kimmerle, author of Chocolate: The Sweet History and Candy: The Sweet History (among others). Thankfully, I was pleasantly surprised by how […]

Candy Review: Spring Jelly Bean Hunt, Part III

photos in this post by Anthemic Tangle For our third entry in our Spring Jelly Bean Hunt, today we bring you original and sour flavor Starburst jelly beans! Original Flavor These jelly beans are a bit on the sweet side, but they’ve got enough flavor that you know what you’re eating. Both the original and […]

Candy Book Review: Chocolate: History, Culture, and Heritage

Not long ago, I reviewed a piece of American Heritage chocolate made by a subsidiary of Mars. American Heritage specializes in manufacturing chocolate akin to colonial recipes. But there is more to them and Mars than just making chocolate… much more. You see, since 1998, Mars has funded an academic team at the University of […]