Friday, February 12, 2010

Coming Tomorrow: Valentine's Day Special – Hot Chocolate Stones

15 comments:

Kalena Michele said...

OOOOhhhhh, yum!

Anonymous said...

yayyy cant wait!! 1 hr and 30 minutes more to vday!
and by then, you break your promise already chef )):

Tamar@StarvingofftheLand said...

Lemme get this straight. You post a picture of something that looks absolutely delicious. It has an intriguing name. You tell us it's easy -- a last-minute option! And then you say you'll tell us how to make it ... TOMORROW. That's not sporting.

Lucia said...

Can spicy paprika do for chipotle-less countries?

Chef John said...

yes, or cayenne

Mai said...

you're funny. i love watching your videos.

Anonymous said...

great stuff!

;)

Melanie said...

This way waaay too bitter. I used powdered sugar instead of cocoa powder, instead.
What did I do wrong?

Chef John said...

these taste like the chocolate you use. You may not like bittersweet chocolate. Other than that, if the texture was right, then you didn't do anything wrong.

Anonymous said...

How long should I leave them in the frigde???

Chef John said...

until chilled, or until you need to serve. no specific time needed.

Anonymous said...

Is it a 100 % failed attempted to use milk-chocolate? My girlfriend doesn't really like dark chocolate.

Chef John said...

Never tried, but don't think it behaves the same.

Anonymous said...

These are amaaaaazing, thank you! I use hot chilli pepper though,I like that.
Surely these are romantic, but they also are peeerfect hostice gifts :)and my experience is that they are always a great succes - even those who don't like dark chocolate quite as much as I do, they really love these because of the consistensy, the mildening cream and the delicious warmth from the spice.
Keep up your great work!

ChefJohnsBiggestFan said...

Thanks to you, Chef John, my husband watched this video and MADE ME THESE last night. They are so good and its such a thoughtful gift. I can't get my hands out of em. Thank you and Happy Valentines Day to you and yours! I am making your lasagna tonight for Andrew. I made the sauce last night (the roasted kind with the ditalini) and i will use all beef. Wish me luck (again) the last one i made was incredible. Your recipe of course.