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UPBEAT


TIMES


BIG HOLIDAYGUIDE #2


December 7, 2019


A Chocolatiers Recipe Chambord (raspberry liqueur) Holiday Truffle


by David Gambill • info@sonomachocolatiers.com


INGREDIENTS: 9 oz fine dark chocolate (60-65% cacao) 1/2 c organic heavy cream 1/4 c Chambord (room temperature)


3 Tbs organic unsalted butter


1.5 lbs chocolate for dipping


Recommended chocolate


brands: Scharffen Berger, Valhrona, El Rey, Green and Black, Tcho


DIRECTIONS:


Melt the 9 oz chocolate in a microwave (30 second bursts, stir, repeat. When the choco- late begins to melt, stir well but not vigorously. Do not heat beyond very warm to the touch, like a hot tub.) Heat the cream just enough to melt the butter into the cream.


Pour into the chocolate and stir smoothly—not too vigor- ously. Add the room-tempera- ture Chambord. Stir only until the chocolate is a uniform color. NO LONGER.


Pour into a small ceramic or metal bowl & cover. Refrigerate


least 4 hours so the


ganache


at is


firm. Scoop the ganache using a very small scoop; place


onto parchment. Refrigerate


scoops for


20-30 minutes to reset.


Quickly roll the scoops be- tween your palms to form balls—roll too long and the balls will melt.


Put balls in covered container in the freezer for at least 5 hours. Melt dipping choco- late in microwave as above. Remove ½ the balls


from the


freezer. Drop a frozen ball into the chocolate; be sure it is en- tirely


with chocolate; remove


with


coated a


salad fork or a chocolate


dip-


ping fork. Place truffles on parch- ment to set.


When the coat- ing is set, put


finished truffles in covered container and refrigerate up to 2 weeks; freeze for up to 3 months (at room temperature, eat with 1-2 days.)


DECEMBER 2019 Weird Facts & Trivia - 2


A Feast of Carols: The Old World Carolers in Concert


Sebastopol, CA. ~ The Old World Carolers


present United a


special benefit concert at Se- bastopol


Methodist


Church, 500 N. Main St., Se- bastopol (across from Safe- way), Saturday, Dec. 7 at 2:00 p.m. Benefits local homeless and Methodist charities. $10 donation, kids free. Contact: For More Information: 707- 823-7971 ~ Rebecca Dwan info@traditionalfun.org


The average serving of milk chocolate has about the same amount of caffeine as a cup of decaf coffee.


There are an estimated 1.5 million cocoa farms in West Africa.


Cacao leaves can move 90 degrees, from horizontal to vertical, to get sun and to protect younger leaves.


Studies have demonstrated that one of the major saturated fats in chocolate does not raise cholesterol like other hard fats– meaning chocolate can be enjoyed in moderation.


Cacao beans were so valuable to early


Mesoamericans that they were used as currency.


We invite you!


away, once in awhile, and climb a


heart... and break clear


Keep close to Nature's


Owner, Jeff rey Madura


mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your


spirit clean. John Muir


All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt. ~ Charles M. Schulz Since 2009


“Since 2009 we have been delivering the highest quality breakfasts and Lunches! Come on in and taste our food... We’ll keep the Coffee Brewing for you!” ~Jeff rey


Bring the whole family!


Open 7 days a week 7:00 am ~ 2:00 pm


Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch 2901 Fourth Street


Santa Rosa ~ CA, 95409 707-546-6317


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