Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Khaya Now
Bite into a brownie baked fresh in South Africa by The Khaya Cookie Company-- kay'a (meaning "home" in Xhosa), and change a life. The company creates employment for the men and women of the Khayelitsha township where one million people live below poverty and one out of every four children suffers from malnutrition. The holidays are all about giving. Why not give the gift of good, honest, work--and chocolate? If you order now, Khaya promises they'll get your order to you by December 25th.

Monday, November 20, 2006

Gobble Gobble
Accent your Turkey Day soiree with these clever little four inch sculptures by Jacques Torres. Molded out of both milk and dark chocolate, the hollow birds are great for nibbling or melting down for chocolate cake when all is said and done.

Monday, November 13, 2006

Somebody's Mother's
Any kid whose mom holds the key to killer chocolate sauce is darn lucky--for the rest of us, there's Somebody's Mother's. Stirred up by Lynn Lasher, Dallas based super mom and chocolate sauce savant. Lynn's wholesome heirloom recipe is absolutely heavenly drizzled over a scoop of vanilla ice cream and designed for sneaky spoons. The packaging is tasteful, no nonsense, and sweet--the stuff good moms are made of. The set of three is the perfect gift to kiss away lifes boo boos or those pesky holiday blues.

Monday, November 06, 2006

Asian School Girl Sweets
You don't have to tote a lunch box to enjoy these treats. Tricked out in Kitty, these milk-chocolate dipped biscuits are sophisticated enough to go with that Kitty bling on your wish list.