Hershey, Pennsylvania Cookbook

Fun Treats And Trivia From The Chocolate Capital Of The World

Book Description

With this book chocolate lovers can bring home a little piece of "The Sweetest Place on Earth(R)." Packed with great recipes, fun facts about chocolate making, and interesting history about the town of Hershey, Pennsylvania, this is the perfect souvenir for chocolate fanatics of all ages and for the 5 million people who visit Hershey each year.

Adults and kids alike will have fun making such delicious sweet creations as chocolate-macadamia crunch and chocolate peanut-butter eggs as well as non-dessert items such as chocolate mole sauce and French toast made with a special chocolate bread. Readers will also learn about the origins of the various Hershey products and find out how to make Hershey Kiss wreaths, non-caloric spa indulgences such as the Chocolate Fondue Wrap, and chocolate "play dough.”

Illustrated with dozens of great old and new photos--of vintage chocolate-factory workers, Hershey's Kiss streetlamps, the roller coaster at Hershey Park, etc.-- this book will delight chocolate lovers and chocolate-trivia buffs everywhere.

About Odesser-Torpey, Marilyn

Marilyn Odesser-Torpey is a self-confessed chocaholic who has lived in Pennsylvania all her life. She has been a contributing editor to Modern Baking magazine for eight years and writes for Wine & Spirits Quarterly, Elegant Wedding, Home & Garden and other consumer magazines with a focus on food and entertaining. She is the author of Insiders' Guide to Pennsylvania Dutch Country and Quick Escapes Philadelphia. Lititz, Pennsylvania, just 26 miles from Hershey, is her hometown.