Ni amor recomendzado ni chocolate
Neither rekindle a love affair nor reheat chocolate.
- the raw and processed foods produced from the seed of the
tropical cacao tree - is so much more than its Wikipedia
definition. Chocolate has a smell, a taste, a mouthfeel
that awakens the senses. Think mole negro, chocolate con leche,
champurrado, tejate. Better yet, high tail it to Oaxaca to give
chocolate its proper respect.
"Nothing could be sweeter than Chocolate Night in Oaxaca,"
said Planeta.com Chocolateer Ron Mader.
On Wednesday, February 29, it's a talking and tasting, delicious
slow adventure at the Instituto Cultural Oaxaca, 6-8pm.
The event in sponsored by Planeta.com, Fundación Envia
and Instituto Cultural Oaxaca and continues conversations held
Chocolate Night, Noche de Chocolate or Ushini Nax celebrates
its 4th anniversary in 2012. Social web upgrades include a
Facebook event page, livestreaming video and a showcase of geolocation
Everyone is invited to our magna celebration of chocolate and
its important role in Oaxaca and all of Mexico and the world.
Those who cannot attend in person are encouraged to celebrate
Chocolate Night in your very special way. Make your own Oaxacan
hot chocolate or mole negro.
Please join us online, ask questions, tweet questions, comment
or help translate 'chocolate' in another language. Check out
the Flickr Groups and give the pictures you like a star.