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010    2012031818 
020    9781580234870 
020    9781683366768 
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092    641.637/PRI 
100 1  Prinz, Deborah 
245 10 On the chocolate trail :|ba delicious adventure connecting
       Jews, religions, history, travel, rituals and recipes to 
       the magic of cacao /|cRabbi Deborah R. Prinz 
250    Quality paperback edition, 2nd edition 
264  1 Nashville, Tennessee :|bJewish Lights Publishing,|c2018 
300    xxxiii, 304 pages :|billustrations, map ;|c23 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 227-303) and 
520    "Explore the surprising Jewish and other religious 
       connections to chocolate in this gastronomic and 
       historical adventure through cultures, countries, 
       centuries and convictions. Rabbi Deborah Prinz draws from 
       her world travels on the trail of chocolate to enchant 
       chocolate lovers of all backgrounds as she unravels 
       religious connections in the early chocolate trade and 
       shows how Jewish and other religious values infuse 
       chocolate today. With mouth-watering recipes, a glossary 
       of chocolaty terms, tips for buying luscious, ethically 
       produced chocolate, a list of sweet chocolate museums 
       around the world and more, this book unwraps tasty facts 
       such as: Some people, including French (Bayonne) chocolate
       makers, believe that Jews brought chocolate making to 
       France; The bishop of Chiapas, Mexico, was poisoned 
       because he prohibited local women from drinking chocolate 
       during Mass; Although Quakers do not observe Easter, it 
       was a Quaker-owned chocolate company Frys that claimed to 
       have created the first chocolate Easter egg in the United 
       Kingdom; A born-again Christian businessman in the Midwest
       marketed his caramel chocolate bar as a Noshie, after the 
       Yiddish word for snack; Chocolate Chanukah gelt may have 
       developed from St. Nicholas customs; The Mayan 'Book of 
       Counsel' taught that gods created humans from chocolate 
       and maize."--Publisher description 
650  0 Chocolate|xHistory 
650  0 Cocoa|xHistory 
650  0 Cacao|xReligious aspects 
650  0 Cacao|xReligious aspects|xJudaism 
650  0 Cooking (Chocolate) 
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