Blog Posts - Cocoaplanet Chocolate



The Holidays (And Guests) Are Upon Us So If You're Coming To Sonoma, Check This Out!

    I live in a tourist town. I suppose I always have in one form or another. I grew up in San Francisco (where I was the little kid sticking my tongue out at tourists at the Powell and Market cable car turnaround) definitely a tourist...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Dec 14, 2016

A Fast Cooling Soup Made For Tomato Season.

   Summer has hit Sonoma and we are already knee deep in delicious sweet tomatoes. I don't think I actually ever really tasted a proper fresh tomato until we started spending time in Sonoma. Before that the only tomatoes I'd had tasted like...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Jun 21, 2016

Just In Time for This Weekends Festivities, Gluten Free (or not) Blueberry Tarts with Buttermilk Ice Cream.

     It's blueberry season here in Sonoma and the berries are available all over town at prices I just couldn't resist. I've been woking on a lot of all gluten-free, low sugar desserts for the new CocoaPlanet Tasting Room and Bist...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on May 24, 2016

Down and Dirty and Gluten Free...Edible Dirt

          The reason my posts have been a bit sporadic of late is I have been working for the CocoaPlanet people who are opening their new chocolate factory and Bistro here in Sonoma. A few months back the...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on May 3, 2016

Jacques Pepin's Birthday Cake And The Best Icing Ever. CocoaPlanet Mandarin Orange Ganache.

   Last month we journeyed down from Sonoma, and spent an evening in San Francisco at the Herbst Theatre for Chef Jacques Pepin's birthday party.  The reason for all this was our friends at CocoaPlanet were tasked with baking Chef Pepi...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Nov 7, 2015


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