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A SoHo food emporium. Crazy expensive. And a shadow of its former self.
Chef Jacques Torres talks with us about why we love to eat chocolate and tips for buying and cooking with it.
One of the city's great candy makers has chocolate bunnies, eggs, and pectin jelly beans for your Easter basket.
From the talented pastry chef Francois Payard, exquisite French pastries, tarts, and bread.
Superb chocolate from master chocolate maker and pastry chef extraordinare Jacques Torres.
The City Cook can help with tips for menu planning, recipes, and budgeting your Thanksgiving dinner.
Homemade Nutella, from Can It, Bottle It, Smoke It by Karen Solomon.
A New York institution, Zabar's has evolved from being a deli to a full-service market.
A top quality national grocery chain with a growing commitment to local farmers and competitive prices.
Specialists in salt, chocolate, bitters and flowers.
A Park Slope treasure. Superb charcuterie, cheese, bread and grocery items.
New York has five outposts of this national chain that has a cult following. Three in Manhattan, one in Brooklyn and one in Queens.
On-line merchant for nuts, chocolates, coffees and teas.
The New York Times calls this "...hands down, the best chocolates in New York. Maybe the world." Decide for yourself.
Twelve food merchants together in one Midtown Manhattan landmark.
An old-fashioned candy maker with traditional sweets like peppermint patties, fudge, and perfect pectin jelly beans.
A superb chocolatier located in the Financial District. Worth the journey.
Candy and snack food from a Hong Kong food retailer.
Some of the best ingredients and merchants that helped make 2007 a flavorful year.
From Genoa, exquisite candies made using centuries-old recipes and true to the traditional Genovese art of candy making, now available in New York.
Specialists in baking and cake decorating supplies. One of those only-in-New-York kind of places. Baker's heaven.
A new chocolate shop in Park Slope. Hand-made chocolates, cocoa and other chocolate beverages, and a chocolate gallery for parties for kids and adults.
A long-loved Brooklyn Heights shop that sells coffees, teas, and chocolates.
Chocolate specialists in Park Slope and the Lower East Side.
Since 1914, four generations of the Russ family has owned and operated this beloved Lower East Side food store. Famed for smoked fish, they now also sell a full selection of imported products, including Italian olive oil and French cheeses.
A charming and tempting family-owned candy and chocolate store celebrating its 25th year on the Lower East Side. Their well-chosen selection ranges from artisanal chocolates to kids favorites to organic dried fruits.
A Lower East Side shop lined floor-to-ceiling with shelves filled with jars of candy, nuts, tea, and hundreds of things made from sugar. A place to find seasonal favorites, including many from your childhood.
This luxury chocolate maker was once the official chocolatier to the French court. Although their chocolates can make you swoon, the prices may make you allergic.
A shop that is more like an art gallery that sells exquisitely made and decorated chocolates. Very refined but the flavors can pack a punch.
Stylish and delicious chocolates, coffees and teas. The little shop also has a cafe so you can taste a hot chocolate before you buy some of the chic and flavorful sweets.
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