Zurich Eats: Four Samples Not To Miss in the Swiss City

Over a melting pot of cheese, travelers uncover the melting pot that is Zurich. Being right in the center of Europe, this Swiss city diversifies with a mix of cultures, people and even languages. There may be four different ways to order up a pot of fondue or a truffle or two while in Zurich, but this city without question leaves no confusion for taste buds. A visit to Zurich wouldn’t be complete without these classic eats.

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Chocolate Rains Over NYC for the 15th Annual Chocolate Show

To some, the New York Chocolate Show might sound like something of a dream. And well, they would be right. Over 150 vendors set up a table at the show, each bringing its own distinct products for the visitors. There was plain chocolate, gelato, cookies, cakes, peanut butters, wine, spices, and so much more. Every table had its own personality, and a something different to try. Most tables were there selling their products, and offered a little something to incentivize you. Some tables that stood out were Screme Gelato Bar, Fretzels, No Chewing Allowed, and Salt of the Earth Bakery.

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The Big Apple Gets a Chocolate Dip

The fall is a sweet, sweet time in New York City. This November, the New York Chocolate Show will take place at The Metropolitan Pavilion (125 West 18th Street, New York, NY) from Friday, November 9 through Sunday, November 11, 2012. This year marks the 15th anniversary of the festival, and promises to be bigger and better than ever. It takes place all over the world in cities including Paris, Bordeaux, Cannes, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Bahia, Bologne, Le Caire, Seoul, Shanghai, Tokyo, and Zurich.

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Chocolate Lovers Head to Perugia, Italy

EuroChocolate festival occurs each year in the month of October and in the Italian region of Umbria. The festival takes place in Perugia, the city known for its chocolate, and has been doing so since 1993.

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Chocolate Week Returns to London

The second full week of October promises to be the most decadently delicious seven days of the year for the UK. Yes, it's time for Chocolate Week again – bringing with it a massive range of events to London and throughout Britain.

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