Dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, nut-free, ummm… what else is there?
Chocolate! This sweet treat is 100% not chocolate-free. Now maybe it’s the impending grey of winter constantly looming in my mind, or maybe it’s just because I am a human equipped with the full range of taste buds, but whatever the reason, my chocolate tooth has been in full effect lately. And one can only eat so many 90% cocoa dark chocolate bars.
It’s heaven on earth at this weekend’s sweet fest.
Has your sweet tooth been flaring up lately? Chocoholics from across the northwest are preparing to indulge October 22-23 at the Seattle Center for the annual NW Chocolate Festival.
Get ready to indulge.
If there’s one thing that annoys you most about Valentine’s Day it’s that it is the only day that allows you to eat as much chocolate and drink as much wine as you’re able. That’s no longer the case, thanks to Yakima Valley’s annual Red Wine & Chocolate event, February 19 – 20.
Uncork a Romantic Valentine’s Day (All Week).
Whether you love or hate Valentine’s Day, or if you’re a hopeless romantic and single or in a relationship, Seattleite has a heart-full of ideas for that special weekend.
Red wine and dark chocolate? Check. Singles’ winery cooking class? Check. Corks, canvas and “Tasteful Nudes?” Double check. Champagne and art? Check. Wine and chocolate truffles lessons? Check. Wine and walk? You get the point.