We were at Good's recently for a home school field trip. The owner started the class off with an interesting question and answer session on the history of chocolate, how it is processed, and the history of his family (he is 4th generation owner). Then we viewed a video on where the cocoa beans are grown, how they are harvested, and how they become chocolate. Then we took the tour and saw the candy making in action. They had home made ice cream going in one area. Fresh fudge was prepared. And we saw a lady coating peanut butter popcorn with a drizzle of chocolate. It went through a cooling process and dropped into a box. Then we shopped. I would have loved to have picked up an ice cream cake for mothers day, but driving an hour back home, it would not have made it. But we did purchase candy and caramel corn. My favorite are the dark chocolate salted caramels, and the orange cremes. Also they had dark chocolate covered peanuts. And chocolate shaped into everything you could think of...high heel shoe chocolate, computer chocolate, and anything you could think of. Very enjoyable and very nice folks there. Next time I'm going to get an ice cream. He said the chocolate ice cream had real cocoa in it!
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