Yankee Magazine Names Best 5 Chocolate Makers in New England
“Many of Alan Crofut’s creations have an equestrian theme as a nod to his love for horses, but his big-bellied little Buddhas, chocolate stars, and frogs are all about quality, true flavors, and whimsy.”
Cocoapelli–9 Willow St., Natick, MA. 508-655-1195; cocoapellichocolates.com
“Jonathan Spillane makes each of these wonders by hand himself. His flavored ganaches are heady little delights.”
For more information and for 15 more chocolatiers, visit YankeeMagazine.com/10Things (online December 22, 2008).
The January/February issue’s Food section cooks up comfort foods (page 62), a chili recipe from an award-winning master of the genre (page 72), and buttery vegetables and pastries (page 74).
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