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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Chocolate-Covered What? Eight Crazy Uses for Cacao

Posted By on Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 12:38 PM

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On the list of America's wacky food "holidays," none is quite so strange as today's, National Chocolate Covered Anything Day. Looking for a cue on how to indulge? Try one of these cacao-coated treats:


The tentacles act as little cups to soak up extra chocolate.

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  • Carmen's Cafe


We really want to make a joke about chocolate milk here.

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A Porsche Carrera is a lot sexier when it's been enrobed in chocolate, but how do you see the traffic lights?

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Bacon and chocolate = so over. Jerky is the next "it" candy meat.

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  • Hershey's


An American man was arrested in January at the Sydney Airport for smuggling cocaine inside chocolate bars. Wonder if they were Krackel bars?

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Hot peppers.

Chile and chocolate has been all the rage for a minute, so why not just apply them together in a more searingly direct way?

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Because death usually comes too slowly.

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Beef cake.

Life's short: Combine dinner and dessert in one fell swoop.

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