What is your first reaction when you think about chocolate and beer? What about chocolate IN your beer? Our friends at Brooklyn-based Bitter & Esters have created three incredibly delicious recipes for you to try your hand at home brewing.

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Chocolate Week was launched in London almost 10 years ago. This year, we're celebrating in the US by bringing you exciting new recipes and giveaways October 14th-20th. Happy Chocolate Week!
In part two of our five-part series of chocolate and beer recipes, Joanne Bruno of Eats Well With Others has created a wonderful brunch recipe that is perfect for a chilly fall day. Each recipe in this series includes our baking range and local craft beer as ingredients, and focuses on various meals of the day.
We're thrilled to present a five-part series of recipes created by Joanne Bruno of Eats Well With Others that demonstrates the versatility of pairing chocolate and beer. Each recipe includes our baking range and local craft beer as ingredients, and focuses on various meals of the day. Chocolate and beer for breakfast? Start your day off with these Chocolate Stout Waffles.
Community garden organizer Niraj Ray talks about the sustainable and local food movement.
Enter to win a year of Divine treats.
Divine Chocolate is delighted to announce that Kuapa Kokoo Farmers Union has nominated Ms Fatima Ali as Interim President of the Union after the passing of the elected President Madam Christiana Ohene-Agyare.
Oikocredit Director Sharlene Brown reflects on the Kuapa Farmer Tour and shares her Divine Infused Cheesecake recipe. Sharlene joined Divine staff in a two week trip with Kuapa Kokoo farmers Christiana Adusei and Afriyie Boateng to help share the Divine story.
Divine staff make dipped dates in celebration of Ramadan. Check out the recipe below and watch this video about interfaith cooperation in the fair trade cocoa farming community of Bayerebon Number 3 in Ghana.
Our staff show you how they make something Divine with this Fourth of July treat!
A new summer recipe takes Divine from sweet to savory. Check out this recipe by DC Food Blog "Kale to the Chief."