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Chocolate Quotes

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“I came into this world with a relish for life and its gifts, and chocolate happens to be on of the most tempting that one can possibly imagine.”
Jeanne Bourin French writer“Chocolate is heavenly, mellow, sensual, deep. Dark, sumptuous, gratifying, potent, dense, creamy, seductive, suggestive, rich, excessive, silky, smooth, luxurious, celestial … Chocolate is downfall, happiness, pleasure, love, ecstasy, fantasy … chocolate makes us wicked, guilty, sinful, healthy, chic, happy”
Elaine Sherman American writer

“Chocolate, of course, is the stuff of which fantasies are made. Rich, dark, velvety-smooth fantasies that envelop the senses and stir the passions. Chocolate is madness; chocolate is delight.”
Judith Olney American chef“Life without chocolate, is life lacking something important.”
Marcia Colman and Frederic Morton American writers

“It has been shown as proof positive that carefully prepared chocolate is as healthful a food as it is pleasant; that it is nourishing and easily digested … that it is above all helpful to people who must do a great deal of mental work.”
Anthelme Brillat-Savarin (1755-1826) French magistrate and gastronome

“My desire for chocolate has seldom abated, even in times of great peril.”
Marcel Desaulniers American chef

“Chocolate makes otherwise normal people melt into strange states of ecstasy.”
John West

“The divine drink, which builds up resistance and fights fatigue. A cup of this precious drink permits a man to walk for a whole day without food.”
Montezuma (1480-1520) Aztec emperor

“Chocolate is a perfect food, as wholesome as it is delicious, a beneficent restorer of exhausted powder. It is the best friend of those engaged in literary pursuits.”
Baron Justus von Liebig

“Nine out of ten people like chocolate. The tenth person always lies.”
John Q Tullius

“There’s nothing better than a good friend … except a good friend with CHOCOLATE”
Linda Grayson “The Pickwick Papers”

“All I really need is love, but a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt!”
Lucy Van Pelt
From “Peanuts” by Charles Schulz

“Chocolate! Now there is a word that conjures up describable ecstasies. Truffles, bonbons, peppermint patties, lollipops, cakes, cookies and more. Breathes there a man, woman or child who has not lusted after it, devoured it, and moments later dreamed of it still?”

Elaine Gonzalez American artist

“The ladies of the New World, it seems, are mad for chocolate. We are told that, not content to drink it every moment of the day at home, they sometimes have it brought to them in church … This habit brought down on them the censure of their confessors, who ended up, however, taking their part and sharing their chocolate.”
Alexandre Dumas (1824-1895) French writer

“Other things are just food. But chocolate’s chocolate.”
Patrick Skene Catling American writer

“What use are cartidges in battle? I always carry chocolate instead.”
George Bernard Shaw “Arms and the Man”

“If I were a headmaster, I would get rid of the history teacher and get a chocolate teacher instead and my pupils would study a subject that affected all of them.”
Roald Dahl British writer