8 edition of The discovery of chocolate found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3568.U463 D57 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||264 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||00058158|
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In , British chocolate company J.S. Fry & Sons created the first solid edible chocolate bar from cocoa butter, cocoa powder and sugar. Rodolphe Lindt’s invention of the conching machine. The Discovery of Chocolate () is the first novel published by the British author, who started his career as screenwriter, director and producer. In this historical novel, love sets young Diego on a journey to the New World with the conquistador Cortés. In Mexico, Diego discovers the delights of chocolate, which was then a beverage.
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The Discovery of Chocolate () by James Runcie Diego de Godoy is one of the lesser lights of Cortez's expedition to the New World. There, amid the treachery and carnage, he discovers chocolate and the love of its supreme artisan, a woman he calls Ignacia/5. And with her, his love, and his beloved chocolate he ends up making the true "discovery of chocolate." The book is fun to read and whets one's appetite with its description of both chocolate dishes and Mexican dishes.
Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. See all reviews from the United States/5(16). The Discovery of Chocolate is a fabulous tale, as rich and exotic as the gorgeous creation that Diego de Godoy first discovers when he arrives in Mexico with Cortes The discovery of chocolate book his conquistadors.
Diego is seeking his fortune in the New World. What he finds is love, and chocolate, and an elixir of life/5(28). ‘The Discovery of Chocolate is as intoxicating and addictive as the substance it describes. The novel is a triumph of inspired imagination ’Financial Times‘The Discovery of Chocolate is a sensual delight which does not take itself too seriously and leaves a lingering sweetness in its wake/5(3).
Although chocolate was unknown to Europeans before the discovery of the Americas, it quickly found its way onto tables of the elite. This product of the Columbian Exchange was consumed in the Americas for thousands of years prior to its first introductions to Spain by explorers and missionaries in the first half of the sixteenth century.
The Great Chocolate Discovery. Don Hernán Cortés. The story of chocolate begins with cocoa trees that grew wild in the tropical rainforests of the Amazon basin and other areas in Central and South America for thousands of years. The Maya Indians and the Aztecs recognised the value of cocoa beans - both as an ingredient for their special.
The Discovery of Chocolate by James Runcie is a sweet fable about a man, a woman, and chocolate. Imagine an immortal Forrest Gump and you have a rough idea what's in store.
It's a quick read and it's fun.A young man named Diego de Godoy sets sail for Mexico with Cortez and his conquistadors begin ransacking the lands.5/5(5).
In the book The True History of Chocolate, authors Sophie and Michael Coe make a case that the earliest linguistic evidence of chocolate consumption stretches back three or Author: Amanda Fiegl.
The history of chocolate began in Southern ted beverages made from chocolate date back to BC. The Aztecs believed that cacao seeds were the gift of Quetzalcoatl, the god of wisdom, and the seeds once had so much value that they were used as a form of ally prepared only as a drink, chocolate was served as a bitter liquid, mixed with spices or corn puree.
The Discovery of Chocolate. by James Runcie is a deliciously sweet fable about a man, a woman, and chocolate. Imagine Forrest Gump meets Pilgrim meets Orlando, and you'll have a rough idea what Runcie has brought together in this wonderful little novel.
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Diego is seeking his fortune in the New World. The history of chocolate can be traced to the ancient Mayans, and even earlier to the ancient Olmecs of southern Mexico. The word chocolate may conjure up.
In Mexico, while the Spanish armies busy themselves conquering Montezuma, Diego falls head over heels for the lovely Ignacia—and discovers the delights of chocolate. This is the gift he takes back to Isabella—but, impressive though the new taste be, Diego no longer loves Isabella, only Ignacia.
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This book may be the only way to indulge in chocolate without gaining weight. The "True History of Chocolate" is fascinating in relating the Mayan and Inca cacao rituals - chocolate was an all-purpose sauce, drink, drug, what-have-you, as the recent film "Chocolat" by: Get this from a library.
The discovery of chocolate. [James Runcie] -- A young Spaniard sets off for South America in with Cortez and the Conquistadors in search of a treasure for his love that no man or woman has ever seen, but instead falls in love with a native.
The Discovery of Chocolate is a fabulous tale, as rich and exotic as the gorgeous creation that Diego de Godoy first discovers when he arrives in Mexico with Cortes and his conquistadors. Diego is seeking his fortune in the New World.
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The Discovery of Chocolate James Runcie, Author HarperCollins $25 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. ARTICLES Buy this book In a series of vignettes that span four.Watch your favorite Discovery Channel shows and find bonus content on all things science, technology, nature, and more at I learned several things from the book.
I like how major names in chocolate that current readers (and eaters) will be familiar with are highlighted for their inventions, like Lindt, Mars, He A simply written history of chocolate that gives readers an overview of usage in human consumption from the drink of the Mayans to the eventual /5.