Mexican Chocolate: A Culinary Evolution


Subject:
Recipes by Region , Sweets and Sweeteners , Chocolate , Mexican

Description:
Article about Mexican chocolate, which "refers to either the round, flat disks of cinnamon-scented chocolate found throughout the land, or the foamy drink made from them." Includes a history of the "use of chocolate as a beverage, a ritual offering, and even as a form of currency, [that] was passed on from the Maya to the inhabitants of central Mexico." Also includes a few recipes. From a writer of Mexican food and travel articles.

Creator:
Graber, Karen Hursh

Publisher:
Mexico Connect

Language:
English

Source:
http://www.mexconnect.com/mex_/recipes/puebla/kgchoc.html


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