What It MeansCatillation is an obsolete word meaning: to lick one's plate. It has nothing to do with cats, except that they catillate quite a bit.
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And the final outstanding chocolate event of 2016 was our visit to the Askinosie chocolate factory in Springfield, MO, on the way to Kansas City. If you look up “artisan chocolate maker” in the dictionary, Shawn Askinosie’s picture should be … Continue reading
The short answer: No. I have about 1,400 words around the long answer. In 2016, three events stood out as potential chocolate overloads. Fortunately, none managed to quell my love of the dark stuff, but not through lack of trying. … Continue reading
“She’s prettier in person,” the middle-aged man next to me whispered. He was right. Francine Segan, cookbook author, host of the TV series Americans who Love Italy, expert on Italian cuisine, stood at the lectern wearing a beautifully-embroidered coat. She … Continue reading
We were lured to the press preview of the new exhibit, Cutting-Edge Spanish Crafts, Innovation and Design in Contemporary Crafts Industries, at the Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain by the promise of chocolate con churros. We were not … Continue reading
We had a light breakfast of pumpkin empanadas at the coffee shop attached to our casita rental office, and arrived back at the MOIFA atrium in time for the opening keynote. Jeffery Pilcher, professor of history and author of Planet … Continue reading