Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Give CHOCOLATE For Christmas

Would You Like To Taste The World's Greatest Cheesecake?How about making it at home? We'll Show You How!
Memories of Christmas Eves past swirl through my mind with the smell of chocolate. I'm sure they do for you too. All that baking and cooking and hustle and bustle in the kitchen. Watching my Grandmother and my Mom hurrying to get the Chocolate Atole: Champurrado, a thick and delicious masa-based chocolate drink - almost like a healthy chocolate soup and (you can't leave this one out) the Capirotada (Bread Pudding) ready for when family arrived to start our holiday fiesta.

With the Mi Chita's Mexican Chocolate Recipes Ecookbook, it's easy to turn back the clock and relive some of those wonderful memories created in your Grandmother's kitchen.
So now, it's your turn to make memories of your own with your children, family and friends.
But...times have changed, haven't they? So, how does this sound?
Mexican Chocolate Nachos with Fruit Salsa and a refreshing Mocha Milkshake
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Your kids will love you for making them feel so special. Of course if you don't have time and the kids are having a spur of the moment get-together, the recipes are easy enough for them to prepare for themselves and their friends.


Mi Chita's eCookbook was written with loving memories of my own childhood years. Sharing some of these moments in time have allowed me to keep celebrating my own cultural background and form new ones with my children.Friends and family that enjoy Southwestern cooking and traditions look forward to participating in creating new memories as well.



Mi Chita's
does this for you, and more
.
You get the story of how the greatest gift Mexico ever gave the world came to be. From the Aztecs to the present.
You get 25 specially selected recipes that guarantee to help make you the Mexican Chocolate Queen (or King) of the kitchen.
You get resources for buying Mexican Chocolate online.
You get a list of amazing books that are recommended if you are a true Chocoholic.
You get a beautiful photograph with every recipe.

Your ecookbook comes in PDF format. This means you do not have to be on the internet to access your recipes. The ecookbook is accessible to all operating systems: PC and Mac. All you need is Adobe Reader and most people already have that on their computer, but just in case you don't, we'll show you how to download the reader for FREE.

This ebook is Not Expensive. We could have had it printed and sold it for $10.00 at the bookstore.But we wanted to share something special with you and help you make new memories of your own.
So, we created Mi Chita's. Purchase it here, without waiting, at the low price of $3.95. That's right – three dollars and ninety-five cents!
Buy Now by clicking
here to go directly to PayPal and as soon as your payment clears you will get an email showing you how to download Mi Chita's Mexican Chocolate eCookbook and the Adobe Reader should you need it.

We encourage you to purchase Mi Chita's and share the wonderful recipes that you prepare in your own kitchen with your families and friends.

No kids around you say? No worries. Here's a couple of pictures of recipes you can prepare for yourself and that "special " someone.

Mexican Chocolate Creme Brulee and Rum Mousse

Can you think of a better way to impress your boss, in-laws, co-workers or neighbors than inviting them to dinner and offering this sweet ending to a fabulous meal? There is absolutely nothing that compares to making someone feel so special, just don't tell them how simple it was to prepare. If they want the recipe, send them here. Before you know it, you and your Mexican Chocolate desserts and drinks will be the envy of All Who Love Chocolate.

FREE RECIPE from Mi Chita's Mexican Chocolate Dessert Ecookbook

Cupcakes with Mexican Chocolate Ganache

1 box cake mix prepared into 24 large cupcakes

Filling:
1 cup whipping cream
6 ounces white chocolate, chopped
½ teaspoon cinnamon

Place chopped chocolate in mixing bowl. Combine whipping cream and cinnamon in a medium saucepan over medium heat. Bring cream to a boil. Pour over chocolate in bowl. Let this mixture stand briefly and then stir until all chocolate is melted and smooth. Refrigerate until chilled thoroughly, about 1 hour. Beat chocolate mixture with electric beater until fluffy, about 5 to 6 minutes.

Ganache:
8 ounces heavy cream
4 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 disk Mexican Chocolate, chopped

Bring cream to a boil. Pour hot cream over both chocolates that have been placed in a large mixing bowl. Whisk to melt chocolate. Cool for 30 minutes.

Assembly:
If you used paper baking cups for cupcakes, remove them from cooled cupcakes and turn cakes over (bottom side up) back in the paper cup.
Fill pastry bag fitted with a plain round metal tip with the white chocolate cream. Insert tip about a quarter of the point into the cupcake and squeeze the bag to fill with about a tablespoon of filling into the cupcake.
Cover the cupcake with ganache by spooning carefully over the top. If it doesn't cover completely, it's ok. If you do want complete coverage of the cupcake, you will probably need to make 2 batches of the ganache.

Finish off the cupcake by adding sliced strawberries or whole raspberries on top (or leave plain if you like, maybe a light dusting of powdered sugar is more to your liking).

This recipe and recipes for all the pictures shown (and more) are in the Mi Chita's Mexican Chocolate Ecookbook. The holidays are right around the corner and what better gift can you give to a chocoholic or yourself for the price of a cup of coffee? Hope you enjoy the recipe. There will be more coming weeks. BUY HERE

(c) 2008, Teresa Cordero Cordell

8 comments:

kesha said...

Chocolate is something everyone loves and to give someone a unique designed chocolate box with your greeting on it or your own picture really makes it something out of the ordinary. Holiday candy cane is included with each of the wreaths. Great as a Christmas gift for your home or office or for that special person for the holidays. A hanging ribbon is also included.
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Megan said...

I just got the Ecookbook and I love all the recipes. In fact, I have some brownies in the oven right now. They smell wonderful. Thanks Teresa! Now I have some wonderful mexican chocolate recipes at my fingertips. And I dont need the internet to access them. Thats a plus!

Happy cook said...

Love that cup cake with ganache.

Ben said...

I loved the book, you did a great job. I will write a review on my blog this week and hopefully that will bring you more customers :-p

Abrazos!

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Wonderful cupcakes, finger licking indeed...

Anamika:The Sugarcrafter said...

hi teresa
first time on your blog and simply adore the love for chocolate..and learned new thing about 'Champurrado, a thick and delicious masa-based chocolate drink - almost like a healthy chocolate soup...wow !

FOODalogue: Meandering Meals and Travels said...

Theresa,
How can I purchase this as a Christmas gift to be accessible to an email other than my own? And not announced until Christmas???

ChefBliss.com said...

Hi there!! Gloria's post today was wonderful and chocolatey!!! I'm so glad because I was able to buy this book and I can't wait to delve into it. It looks terrific!!! Thank you so much!!

 

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