by The Chocolate Dictionary
Chocosophy is the wisdom of chocolates. Conventionally expressed in small but beautifully formed statements, chocosophy comments on, or advises about, chocolates. The style is often paradoxical but always with some sweetness of flavour:
- A chocolate as dark as night can make your day.
- Fullness is an empty box of chocolates.
- The formula for chocolates is: one more than the one before.
- Sometimes a woman’s greatest strength is that she is too weak to resist a box of chocolates.
- Half a chocolate is often a whole pleasure.
- When Valentines blanch, chocolates put the words back in their mouths.
- If ever your transgressions find you behind bars make sure they are chocolate bars.
- Whether they are square, conical, triangular or lozenged, it is in the nature of chocolates that they will go round.
- Bitter chocolates can leave such sweet memories.
- It’s all right to think outside the box as long as it’s not outside the chocolate box.
- If a truffle is a symbol it can also be a clash of cymbals.
- Diamonds are forever – forever dreaming of becoming chocolates.
- In an ideal world the Royal Mint would also be responsible for coining the after-dinner mints.
- If a picture is worth a thousand words, a ganache is worth a thousand pictures.
- Every chocolate is a relation of elation.
- Life should be one long succession of chocolates occasionally punctuated with chocolates.
- Truffles are both the fuel and the fire.
- In the astronomy of gastronomy all the stars are ganaches.
- If you are looking for an occasion to have chocolates, provide the chocolates and you will have found the occasion.
- There is no need to trifle with desserts when there are truffles to consider.
- The hand that holds a ganache also holds your heart.
- On the brink of satiation some chocolates appear to have no end.