My mom tried teaching me but I simply don't have the interest. Nevertheless, I bet it's not so much of a challenge if you just acquire a recipe and use the right tools. You must also have a good background in baking as well.
It depends on how homemade you mean. We can buy cacao beans here in Peru, but chocolate made at home from it is very gritty. I guess I need to perfect my technique.
My favorite recipe for homemade chocolate candy would be Dark Chocolate Bark with Carmelized Nuts and Sea Salt. I start with good quality chocolate (such as Green & Black's). I also like to add dried fruit like cherries or blueberries. Yum!
Yes I do. My mom and dad use to make chocolate out of the house for a little business they had. I learned when i was young you to. I can make anything from plain chocolate bars, to chocolate covered cherries.
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