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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


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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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.

  • 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?


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?



Because death usually comes too slowly.


Beef cake.

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

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