Life by Chocolate

Chocolate, white, milk, dark, in all its forms forms life. Chocolate truffles, caramels, and other confections are at the core of enjoyment. This is life by chocolate because death by chocolate is the wrong attitude.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Hickory Smoked Peanut Butter source

This has been on my foodbuzz chalkboard for quite some time and I've been meaning to repost it for weeks now.

Ah, the hickory smoked peanut butter is a funny story. I was ordering it from Sysco, their pastry department, and it was just labeled hickory smoked peanut butter. No other designation. Then, as I was looking on the web, I came across Peanut Better, and they had Sunland Organic Hickory Smoked Peanut butter. I got in direct contact with Sunland, and had them ship me the Organic Hickory Smoked Peanut butter and lo and behold it was the same packaging that Sysco had. So, Sysco was not marking it as organic, even though it was.

You can search for it on the web or just follow those links. It’s a great product and I use it extensively. Hickory smoke and peanut butter, what a combination. Now, put that with chocolate and you have Life by Chocolate. Yummer.

4 Comments:

Blogger jmcrofts said...

I just found your blog after trying your Smoke on the Chocolate bar. Thanks for the info - i love the hickory smoked peanut butter.

February 27, 2009 at 2:38 PM  
Blogger Mark by Chocolate said...

And as you might already know, that organic peanut butter hasn't had any problems with contamination that other peanut butters have had.

I'm glad you liked Smoke. Enjoy. We also use the hickory smoked peanut butter in some of our mixed boxes of chocolates, both vegan and non.

Where did you get the bar? Thanks for your comment and purchase.

February 27, 2009 at 3:09 PM  
Blogger jmcrofts said...

Lexington Co-op - I'm a sucker for organic chocolates, especially the dark ones... and being local, I just couldn't resist. :)
They had a nice display right by the registers.

February 27, 2009 at 4:07 PM  
Blogger Mark by Chocolate said...

Ah, Lexington Co-Op. Great. Please continue buying your chocolate there. It's a great co-op.

February 27, 2009 at 4:17 PM  

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