<p>Sampling at <a href="http://www.dove-chocolate-discoveries.com/">Dove Chocolate Discoveries</a>.</p>
<a href="http://www.roni-sue.com/">Roni-Sue's Chocolates</a>, located in the Essex Street Market.
<p>World Flavors Spices and Tea's</p>
<p>Three rums from Puerto Rico to try <i>while</i> eating chocolate!</p>
<a href="http://www.fikanyc.com/CHOCOLATE.htm">FIKA Choklad</a> isn't sensitive to those that fear clowns.
<a href="http://www.puredark.com/">Pure Dark</a>, at the Chocolate Show and in the West Village.
<p>Is watching chocolate being made like watching sausage being made?</p>
<p>Mouse chocolate from <a href="http://www.leonidas-chocolate.com/">Leonidas Chocolate</a>, Belgian chocolate with a store on Madison Ave.</p>
<p>The <a href="http://www.thespiritofliberty.com/spiritofliberty.htm">Spirit of Liberty</a>, "America's Cream Liqueur", a bourbon cream liqueur.</p>
<p>More booze! Dessert wine from <a href="http://www.quadywinery.com/">Quady Winery</a>.</p>
<p>Who knew <a butter="" co="" href="http://www.ilovepeanutbutter.com/" peanut=""> needed a mascot.</a></p>
<p>The Chocolate Witch of the West by Martin Howard and Michael Plosky.</p>
<p>Detail of the Haunted House of Lord Shock O'Lade from the French Culinary Institute.</p>
<p>Halloween Eve, getting ready for today.</p>
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