CHOCOLATE FESTIVAL ORANGE COUNTY on Easter Saturday Weekend offers a variety of activities including chocolate art displays exhibits, experimental chocolate tastings, street performances, chocolate sculpting, easter egg hunts, and bunny face painting. Old Town Square San Clemente Restaurants offer chocolate pancakes, chacolate tacos, chinese chocolate, and chocolate covered bananas from Spain. There is even an opportunity to make a chocolate day spa appointment. There are many snack and souvenir options such as chocolate apples and strawberries, chocolate beer and wine, easter baskets with wonderful chocolate and cheese combinations, chocolate molds, and chocolate bricks. If there is chocolate containted inside it should be at the Chocolate Festival Orange County.
Easter Saturday would not be the same without Chocolate Eggs and Rabits. They have been associated with the Christian festival of Easter throughout generations past and will be there in the future, which celebrates the death and resurrection of Christ where Jesus layed down his life for his friends so they may have eternal life with him in riches and glory. Easter and chocolate celebrates the good news to travel and multiply thoughout the world to everyone, God Loves You So Much! Through Christ, God reached down to imperfect man and made the hurdle for us to get get to heaven very low, simply ask God that you believe that Christ layed down his life for you and you wish to be saved and have erternal life, and God will forgive you and do the rest and you will have eternal life. Join in the celebration of Easter. Chocolate moulded rabbits and eggs are traditionally given in Easter events througout the world in the celebration.
Chocolate has become one of the most popular food types and flavors in the world, and a vast number of foodstuffs involving chocolate have been created. Chocolate chip cookies have become very common, and very popular, in most parts of Europe and North America. Gifts of chocolate molded into different shapes have become traditional on certain holidays. Chocolate is also used in cold and hot beverages such as chocolate milk and hot chocolate.
As Chocolate traveled from one country and place to another it was tranformed into all kinds of delicious foods. They include Chocolate candy, chocolate cake, chocolate brownies, chocolate in cookies, chocolate cupcakes, chocolate cake pops, chocolate bars, chocolate ice cream, chocolate marzipan, milk chocolate, chocolate truffles, chocolate strawberries, chocolate coffee beans, chocolate milk shakes, chocolate bacon, chocolate ants, chocolate bugs, chocolate bunnies and eggs, chocolate coins, chocolate shapes, chocolate sandwiches, chocolate pancakes, chocolate smores, chocolate pizza, chocolate water, chocolate coffee, chocolate desserts, chocolate protein shakes, chocolate root beer floats, hot chocolate, frozen chocolate, chocolate bbq, chocolate sausage, chocolate hot dogs, chocolate ice cream sandwiches, chocolate crepes, chocolate fondu, chocolate hamburgers, chocolate gravy, chocolate chips, chocolate enchiladas, chocolate kisses, chocolate on fruit,, chocolate cereal, chocolate beer, chocolate wine, chocolate liquier, chocolate on food, chocolate tacos, chocolate spaghetti, chocolate everywhere - you get the chocolate picture - people just love the chocolate!
So lets have a CHOCOLATE FESTIVAL RIGHT HERE IN ORANGE COUNTY!
Chocolate beers use “dark” chocolate or cocoa in any of its forms other than or in addition to hops to create a distinct (ranging from subtle to intense) character. Underhopping allows chocolate to contribute to the flavor profile while not becoming excessively bitter. Others mix chocolate later into the beer process and you get a more milk chocolate and white chocolate flavor.
Chocolate wines really seems to get taste buds in an uproar. Sold as dessert wines and particularly popular around chocolate-centric holidays such as Valentine’s Day and Easter, Chocolate wines generally fall into two camps. Some are port-style wines that are dark red and have, if done right, a rich, dark chocolate taste. The other style mixes cream into the wine, creating a sort of adult milk shake.