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Who knew it would be so hard to find local, artisan chocolate during the holidays?

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Chocolate gems at a DC farmers’ market

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Here in SFBA, we have Otis Redding’s “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay” to memorialize our bay. Back East, the Chesapeake Bay has Old Bay Seasoning, a blend of celery salt, pepper and other spices, most often sprinkled on shellfish. I like it on corn on the cob and now, thanks to Chouquette Chocolates & Confections, in dark chocolate …

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Old world taste in new world capitol

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If you want a chocolate that tastes like real chocolate and nothing else, you have to make the trek to Krön Chocolatier in Mazza Gallerie, 5300 Wisconsin Ave. NW, DC. Ask for the Budapest cream truffles — they are kept in a freezer behind the counter. They are absolutely fresh, delicious and liable to be sold out. If you don’t …

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