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National Chocolate Covered Anything Day


1. Help a local chocolatier by purchasing his or her products.
Many people have forgotten how difficult and delicate the art of chocolate manufacturing is, because to the rise of commercial chocolate manufacture. Find a chocolatier this December 16 and try something different. You might learn that an artist dedicated to pushing the frontiers of chocolate production has competence, originality, and bravery that is a completely different, and better, experience than the same old bar you normally buy.

2.Throw a dipping bash.
Get a bunch of friends together to divide the expense of a chocolate fondue fountain—you can rent or buy one—for a truly special Christmas treat. Have the essentials on hand during the party, such as fruit, cookies, and marshmallows, but also invite your guests to bring something unusual to test dipped in chocolate. Steak? Pickles? Bugs? At a chocolate dipping party, anything goes.

3. Set up a photo shoot.
Christmas is just over a week away, the house is decked out, and the entire family is in town for a get-together, so why not take use of the opportunity to photograph your colorful chocolate treats? Strawberries, bananas, kiwis, cherries, and orange slices are all colorful as well as delicious, so include them in your holiday photos could bring a bit more spice to your Christmas images.



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