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The History Of Chocolate 3d Gift Book
Guide price: £10
Last updated on 25th Mar 2013
The History Of Chocolate 3d Gift Book
You'll have to try hard to resist taking a bite out of this mouth watering book as it looks good enough to eat. The History of Chocolate provides a chocolate education: from its discovery to its journey around the world. Filled with recipes facts and delicious images you will be craving chocolate in no time. -R.K. Features: Learn more about one of the most famous confectioneries in the world Padded hardbound cover that simulates the look and feel of a bar of chocolate wrapped in silver foil Book and box have the scent of rich dark chocolate Over 70 pages of all things chocolatey! Comes beautifully gift boxed
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