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Well that is true in my house, Ryan. I like dark chocolate. Jim and the boys do not.
I think it is like red wine. It is a complex taste that is usually an acquired one. Jim tells me beer is the same way, but I'm just not seeing it.
Either that or some people are 'high tasters' and some people are 'low tasters'. I think broccoli is the acid test for that one. High tasters can't stand it and low tasters like it….or something like that. My taste has changed over the years…I like dry wine, French roast coffee, full flavored foods and dark chocolate. My idea of bland has changed and covers more things than when I was young(er).
my house too, even my daughter in law likes it and she is the pickiest eater I have ever known. Its a must have for holiday meals around here. it was at my parents dinners too.
at my house when the kids ask what's for supper,
if i say the word broccoli they cheer /laugh.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':blink:' />
Here is my take on the chocolate test: If I have a box of Godiva chocolates (which I rarely do, btw) I eat the dark chocolates and the white chocolates (and anything with fruit filling) first. That way I have all the milk chocolates and good caramelly (is that even a word? /huh.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':D' /> ) things for last.
I can take it or leave it, but wouldn't reach for it over milk chocolate.
However, I do like Layer Cake Shiraz because of the DARK chocolate undertones.
Riddle wrapped in a mystery wrapped in an enigma.
(edit: by the way the chocolate with cayenne is definitely a South American/Spanish thing. Mole sauce (popular in Mexican cuisine) is made with cocoa powder as well.)
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