Archive for February, 2017
This week has seen us being inundated with love and kindness.
It has been Galentine’s Day, Valentines Day and Random Acts of kindness Day – all between Monday and Friday. What a week!!
It is sad that we have to have days to remember to have fun with our female friends, to say “I love you” to our loved ones or to be kind to other people.
Of course, we don’t all need a reminder or a specific day – quite often we do all of these things without thinking about them. We give love without it having to be disguised as flowers or chocolate or being gift wrapped.
We are kind to people without having to be told today is the day for kindness.
At The Chocolate Cellar we like to think of these days as not specifically being reminders but actually celebrations and markers of the lovely people in our lives and of the goodness and kindness around us.
So we hope you have had a good celebratory week.
With friendship, love and kindness – The Chocolate Cellar Team
Spring Break! views: 30
So – our pledge of writing a regular blog sort of faded into the background as we crazily made chocolate for Mothers’ Day and Easter. We hope you managed to follow us on Instagram as we absolutely loved taking part in the #MarchMeetTheMaker Challenge – this was set by Joanne Hawker and many of our […]
Looking ahead to 2017 views: 349
So we are finally out of the chasm of Christmas and New Year – I believe it really is “back to school” for us all now! 2016 was a magical and crazy year for us – we made many new friends both personal and business. Here are some of the highlights: We took on the […]
It’s this Saturday…. views: 243
Quite often, as small independent businesses, it is easy to get lost in the day to day running of the business. There are always deadlines to be met, phonecalls to be made, leads to be followed up. The big picture can often get lost in the big buzz of business. This is why we […]
Moulds and Chocolate views: 353
Moulding chocolate is one of the topics we are often asked about when we do chocolate demonstrations or workshops. So firstly – let’s talk about the spelling. From the Grammarist website, here is clarification whether it should be mold or mould! … Mold vs. mould American English has no mould, and British English has no […]