Where did chocolate ice cubs originate from?
Chocolate Ice Cubes originated from the country of Germany in the early 1900s. They were invented in order to cool children down after a hot day and to provide them with a cool treat.
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German Chocolate was first made in Afghanistan. That is its origin. They are so incredibly poor in that part of the world that they consume their own excrement. The brown colour of the "food" is why it was given the nickname "chocolate." Do not be fooled! There is there is no real chocolate there. …It's really just "a big turd." Some have speculated that the reason why it's called GERMAN chocolate is because the Germans are notorious producers (and consumers) of scheisse videos. ( Full Answer )
Chocolate Mousse was one of the original flavors of Mousse, which originated in France. The actual creator of Mousse and where he or she was at the time of creation is unconfirmed.
When the National League began in 1876, the Cubs were known as the White Stockings .
The Nahuatl language of Mexico is the source of the word "chocolate." Specifically, the original Nahuatl word is " xocol Ätl ." Its original meaning is "bitter water." The word became one of worldwide recognition with the interactions between the ancient Aztec Empire and explorers and settl…ers from Spain in the 16th century. ( Full Answer )
Ingredients Serves: 12 225g unsalted butter, softened 50g cocoa powder Â½ teaspoon vanilla essence 225g icing sugar 1 tablespoon milk Preparation method Prep: 8 mins 1. In a large bowl, beat the butter with an electric mixer until creamy. 2. Add the rest of the ingredients, exc…ept the milk, and beat on high speed until smooth and fluffy. Add the milk only if the icing is too stiff. ( Full Answer )
Lorraine Lorusso was the creator of chocolate covered strawberries during the 1960's. She introduced them at a store named "Stop n Shop" located in Chicago, Illinois.
it seems as though chocolate dipped fruit may have originated in south america, as that is where the cocoa bean originated. When chocolate started appearing, it was a rather bitter concoction, so it would make sense to dip some sweet fruit into bitter chocolate for a fantastic treat .. for the ric…h, not the poor. ( Full Answer )
Information taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_chocolate_cake . . This cake is actually not a traditional German dessert. The original recipe was sent by a homemaker in Dallas in 1957 to a newspaper in Texas. It used Baker's German's Sweet Chocolate, which was created in 1852 by an En…glishman named Samuel German for the Baker's chocolate brand. Coconut is also a major baking product of the company.. The cake became quite popular and General Foods - which owned Baker's Chocolate at the time - sent the recipe to other newspapers in the country. Sales of the company are said to have increased by as much as 73%. The apostrophe and the "s" were accidentally dropped in subsequent publications, creating the "German Chocolate Cake" we know today.  ( Full Answer )
Chocolate ice cream is a wonderful creamy goodness which has tasty pleaures against your tongue as you eat it. Chocolate ice cream is so good when you are sad and when ever you feel like something tasty.
Adelaide, SA, Australia. . John Haigh obtained the knoledge and machinery required to make premium chocolate from a Swiss chocolate maker.
When Europeans went and saw the Aztecs they saw chocolate and brought it bak here but we made it sweet.
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Mexico. _____________________________________________. In addition to the first answer of Mexico; here are a few more countries where cacao tree originates (in other words where the cacao tree is grown): . India . Africa . Indonesia . Venezuela . Brazil . Belize . Costa Rica . Cuba
White chocolate ice cream is available at Waitrose and www.snugburys.co.uk in the UK, amongst other places. Alternatively you can make your own. Simply replace the chocolate in a chocolate ice cream recipe with white chocolate.
The idea of chocolate covered ants originated in Africa. Insectsare a very high source of protein, and can be a healthy dietchoice.
They began life in 1898 as the Chicago Orphans. I know they changed that to another name before they became known as the Chicago White Stockings.
Well, Mexicans made hot chocolate, but Spain really invented chocloate as we know it today.
Though today we think of chocolate as a sweet solid, chocolate began in a bitter, liquid form called Chocolatl from the Aztecs and Mayan indians. The first people who modern researchers know to have discovered cacao, which is what chocolate is made out of, were the ancient Mayans in about 250-900… CE. They grew cacao trees and harvested the beans. They would mix a paste from the beans with water, chile, and cornmeal. The Aztecs later traded with the Mayans and discovered chocolate. They drank it in a fashion similar to the ancient Mayans. Common people almost never got chocolate, in these ancient societies it was reserved for royalty! It also played a role in Mayan and Aztec religious ceremonies. In 1521, spanish conquistadors came to the Americas discovered cacoa. They realized its value and brought it back to Europe. Chocolate as the Mayans and Aztecs consumed it was too bitter for Europeans so they sweetened it with sugar. For a long time it was a symbol of elite European society and only those who were very wealthy could afford it. In France, it could only be consumed by royals. ( Full Answer )
The original Chocolate truffle was invented in 1895, in France, by M. Dufour. Today, Chocolate Truffles are made around the world from the highest quality chocolate available. There are three primary types of Chocolate Truffles: American, Swiss and European. Differences in type are due to ingredient…s. Note--Chocolate Truffles are not related at all in taste to the fungus truffle. Similarity in name is due to only to the shape of chocolate truffles being similar to that of the fungus truffle. ( Full Answer )
The origins of chocolate, which is derived fromthe Theobroma cacao tree, stretch back at least 4000years.The plant is believed to have originated in the Amazon orOrinoco basins in South America and was regarded by the Aztecs asbeing of divine origin ('Theobroma' means 'food of thegods')..
The souffle originated in France (souffle is actually a conjugation of the French verb souffler, which basically means "puffed up").
Thick chocolate comes from normal chocolate; it was fueld by the need for more chocolate in one bar or candy.
While there can be many smaller amounts of ingredients, the most common ones will be cream, milk, chocolate, and sugar.
It will vary greatly based on the ingredients, brand, type, and size of the container it is bought in.
You can certainly add food coloring to white chocolate icing to make it purple, but dying regular (brown colored) chocolate icing a color would be very difficult.
The history of ice cream goes back 3,000 years ago in China. It was first called snow ice cream, a mixture of snow, ice, fruit, wine and honey for the emperors of China to enjoy a refreshing treat. Then in 1295, Marco Polo returned from China to Italy with a new recipe of snow ice cream. The recipe …was called for yak milk and snow to make the dessert become extra creamy, which lead to the second evolution of ice cream, frozen milk. ( Full Answer )
Interesting Question. I would say Yes. However, be aware that there is another force that could hold the ice cube. That is viscosity. Viscosity is a force resists movement of fluid over a solid surface. For the cube to "float" means the weight of the cube of ice is lighter than the weight of th…e ketchup that it displaces. Two different forces going on. ( Full Answer )
Usually it had chocolate or dark chocolate frosting with some nuts mixed in or sprinkled on top. More info: Traditional German Chocolate cakes have a caramel-like frosting, with shredded coconut and chopped nuts mixed in.
1595-1605; < Sp < Nahuatl chocolÄtl [Spanish, from Nahuatl xocolatl : xococ , bitter + atl , water .]
this is probably the easiest recipe ever, I made this just yesterday for my brother's birthday. Should try it! 2 cups of sugar 1/2 cup of cocoa 1/2 cup of milk 1/2 cup of Crisco 1/8 cup of white Karo syrup Enjoy!
Marini's Candy Shop in Santa Cruz California claims to be the creator (though there is debate between some other shops)
You cannot make real chocolate icing without using chocolate of some sort. You can, however, make chocolate icing with cocoa, which is the basis of all chocolate, along with butter and sugar. You can also make imitation chocolate icing by incorporating artificial "chocolate" flavor and brown colo…ring. Carob is another product that is sometimes substituted for chocolate. Some people think the taste is similar, and it does not cause problems for anyone allergic to cocoa and chocolate. ( Full Answer )
If you really want to know how to make chocolate ice cream here's how you do it: get 2 and a half cups of heavy whipping cream, 1/4 cup of white sugar, and 2 tsp of vanilla extract and 1/4 cup of cocoa powder. blend all of these together and then chill for about 2 hours. Then put in your ice crea…m maker, there are several different kinds you can get, but we use an electric one that you put the bowl in the freezer for a day and let the liquid inside get really cold. When your mixture is ready, get your ice-cream bowl out of the freezer and attach it to the machine, and pour the chocolate liquid in and turn on. It will take about 8 to 14 minutes depending on the machine till it turns to soft serve. If you want it to be harder scoopable ice cream put it in the freezer for another 2 hours and then serve. Also you can add almost anything to this, a few marshmallows and almonds and you got rocky road, anything goes. ( Full Answer )
Chocolate is very bad for dogs, so chocolate, chocolate chip, and other flavors of ice cream that have chocolate in it will make your dog very sick. Any other flavor should be fine though. Just in case, maybe consult with your local veterinarian.
White chocolate is actually not technically "chocolate", as it contains no cocoa powder. Instead, white chocolate is a conbination of cocoa oil, milk, cream, sugar, eggs, and milk solids / milk fats.
No, not at all. Both dry ice and ice have cold temperatures and are commonly used for freezing and cooling. Ice forms at 32Â°F while dry ice forms at minus 109.3Â°F. Water ice is created when water is exposed to very low temperatures while dry ice is frozen carbon dioxide. Their main differenc…e however lies in the fact that regular water ice melts into liquid while dry ice sublimates directly from solid to gas. Simply put, dry ice is colder than regular water ice and does not have the liquid residue that regular water ice leaves when subjected to high temperatures. Check link below for more information on dry ice and dry ice makers. ( Full Answer )
There are many recipes online. The basic one consists of 6 tablespoons of butter, 1 cup of powdered sugar, 4 tablespoons of cocoa powder, and 2-3 tablespoons of milk. You just cream the butter then add in the sugar and cocoa powdered. Then add in your milk.
well it depends. there sre bits of chocolate in fredo frog ice-cream normally NO there isn't.
When it falls to the ground and a fat guy spits on it i guess :P
Beat 225g of softened, unsalted butter until creamy. Add 50g cocoa powder, 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla essence, and 225g icing sugar. Mix until fluffy. Use a tablespoon of additional milk if needed.
I am not completely sure but I think it originates from a Country which is either, Spain, Europe; Poland; Warsaw. When I was back in Europe i was drinking hot chocolate and I was going behind the doors, and seeing them make the hot chocolate. 1st They would melt this chocolate, and put it into a ble…nder. Then they added water, and the hot chocolate was made! It was very fine! It was very exciting because one of the people working there, saw me, i thought i was in trouble, you know, but i was actually invited by one of the cooks' to make my own hot chocolate. ( Full Answer )
A chocolate ice cream price varies with where the ice cream ismade, how much it costs to make it, and how warm a day it is.
The originate from Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada BTW I can't believe no one knew this I'm 12 and I knew this off the top of my head
nuetela could be a subtitute and chocolate is a rare flavor so... we really need to lower down the sugar so the surgar doesnt become fat in our bodies
I'm not exactly sure but a really good way to find out is to search," Rose Levy Beranbaum- Questions and Answers". That has a lot of good answers for these type of questions.
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Godiva hot chocolate originates from Belgium. Godiva was founded in 1926, in Belgium where they made there very first chocolates in a small little shop.
The Chocolate biscotti's originate from Italy's Roman times. The word biscotto derives from "bis", Latin for twice, and "coctum" for baked (which became "cotto" or cooked later on). The Roman biscotti were more about convenience food for travelers rather than a pleasurable treat for leisurely diners…. ( Full Answer )
Chocolate gateau is a French version ofchocolate mousse, usually made as a cake. The French invented theterm and dessert.
Chocolate (The item and material) Chocolate originated in SouthAmerica, where it was made from Cocoa beans (native to the Cacaotree). Chocolate (The word) In 1604, the Nahuatl word "xococ" cameinto place -- it meant "bitter" and "water." Soon after came theNahuatl word "xocolatl," with a similar mea…ning ("bitter" and"water"). In 1780, the spanish word "Chocolate" came about, todefine the sweet modern taste we know to be chocolate today. It was first cultivated sometime around 1100 BCE but both Aztecsand Mayans had their own word for such beverage: . Aztec: xocolatl . Maya: chocolha Both mean 'bitter water'. Answer It came from ancient Mesoamerican languages, eitherNahuatl ( xocolatl ) or Maya ( chocolha ). Both mean"bitter water", as the way of taking chocolate didn't include milk,but water, and had no sugar. After the conquest of Mexico, Spanish conquistadors took theliteral, untranslated version of the name and added it to their ownlanguage, which was a common practice at the time. Some otherexamples include "aguacate" (Nahuatl: ahuacatl ) or"jitomate" (Nahuatl: xictli + tomatl ). Both meanavocado and tomato, respectively. Then, the name "chocolate" was adopted into English from Spanish,as many other words, such as adobe , salsa or guerrilla . ( Full Answer )