Complete Chocolate Lover’s Guide for the San Francisco Bay Area

r s s feed

The non-denominational treat

By

I love to read newspapers. Their restricted randomness lets me discover all sorts of unexpected things without the time-sink of Internet searches.

Like this morning’s article in my local paper about chocolate Seders. It seems some synagogues are upscaling traditional Seder ingredients to a coordinated chocolate theme. I’ve never attended a Seder, but I hate horseradish, so I gotta say hooray! Out with the bitter herbs, in with decent dark chocolate. I especially love the mention of replacing the traditional (real) egg with a Cadbury’s mini-egg.

The article goes on to mention the historical connection of Jews and chocolate that is being explored by Rabbi Deborah Prinz in her blog, Jews on the Chocolate Trail, which I found a worthwhile time-sink for someone interested in travel, chocolate and history.

About cacaopod

Ronnie, an artist and designer, lives in Oakland, CA.

View all posts by cacaopod →

Date posted: March 31, 2010. This entry was posted in Chocolate around the World, News, Outside the Bay Area and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Comments on this post are closed. Contact us via email below instead.