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Clubs of America | May 08, 2016

Chocolate, available only to those housed in the royal courts of Madrid, Spain and Paris, France, took on a distinctly raffish note when it hit the likes of London.

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Clubs of America | Apr 17, 2016

This month’s main article is going to wander away from the norm a bit.

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Clubs of America | Mar 18, 2016

CHOCOPHOBIA: The totally logical fear that the world will run out of chocolate. There is no treatment available.

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Clubs of America | Feb 12, 2016

When the kids are fighting, traffic is bad, the boss is exceptionally unreasonable, or the funny noise the car was making turns out to be not-so-funny, reach for chocolate! STRESS: It’s been sci…

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Clubs of America | Dec 08, 2015

Perhaps you haven’t heard, but enjoying a small piece of chocolate in the morning is a great (and beneficial) way to start your day.

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Clubs of America | Oct 26, 2015

The evolution of chocolate sped up considerably at the onset of the 20th century with huge advances in the creation of chocolate bars and bonbons.

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Clubs of America | Oct 04, 2015

Cinnamon is possibly the oldest and most flavorful spice known. For centuries it has been prized for its medicinal properties.

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Clubs of America | Sep 07, 2015

Point 1: Chocolate grows on trees. That means chocolate could be considered a fruit. Fruit’s good for us, so by association, so is chocolate.

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Clubs of America | Jul 27, 2015

Turn back the hands of time to 2000 BC, and you’ll find only the Gods and ancient Egyptian royalty enjoyed a gooey treat made from the mallow plant (Athaea officinalis) that grew wild in the mar…

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Clubs of America | Jul 04, 2015

St. Lucia, a tropical Caribbean Island of incredible beauty and diversity in landscape, people and customs, lies 1,300 miles southeast of Florida, in the Windward Islands, a part of the West Indies.

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