Archive for June, 2012

Vianne Chocolat Peanut Butter Hives with a Kick
Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

Vianne Chocolat 300x300 Vianne Chocolat Peanut Butter Hives with a KickPeanut Butter Beehives with a Kick are blended with honey, peanut butter and milk chocolate. The sweetness of the honey and the kick of spice from cayenne pepper give the chocolates an interesting flavor profile.

Vianne Chocolat is located in Boston and makes artisan chocolates with a touch of local flavor.  The chocolates can be found in stores in the metro Boston area and online at http://viannechocolat.com/.

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Annabelle Candy Company’s Big Hunk®
Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

Big Hunk3 300x83 Annabelle Candy Company’s Big Hunk®Big Hunk® is a chewy nougat that is sweetened with honey and filled with whole roasted peanuts. This Big bar has only three grams of fat and is one of the few candy bars that qualifies as a “low-fat” item.

Annabelle Candy Company is located in Hayward, California and is one of the largest independently owned candy bar manufacturers in the United States. Big Hunk® is predominately distributed from the West Coast to Texas and has maintained a loyal following since the early 1950s.

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Honey FAQ: How does the color of honey impact its taste?
Friday, June 1st, 2012

Honey FAQ: How does the color of honey impact its taste?

The colors of honey form a continuous range from water white to dark amber. The color of honey is related to its mineral content and is characteristic of its floral source. Light colored honey typically has a mild flavor, while dark colored honey is usually stronger in flavor. The Pfund color grader is a device used by the honey industry to measure the color of honey. The respective color designations, applicable range of each color, color range on the Pfund scale and optical density of freshly prepared caramel-glycerin solutions (USDA method) are presented on the following table.pfund scale 300x95 Honey FAQ: How does the color of honey impact its taste?

* Optical density (absorbance = 100/percent trans-mittance), at 560 nm for 3.15 cm thickness for caramel-glycerin solutions measured versus equal cell containing glycerin.

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