Endangered Species Chocolate, Premium Chocolate for a Good Cause

By Sylvia Burlock Edible Indy Editorial Contributor

Endangered Species Chocolate is on a mission to produce delicious, natural chocolate while raising support for endangered species and habitats. Customers can purchase Endangered Species Chocolate knowing that 10% of net profits will be donated to environmental non-profit groups that assist in wildlife conservation and habitat preservation.

The company’s current partners include the African Wildlife Foundation and The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation. Endangered Species Chocolate offers a wide range of selections from natural to certified organic dark chocolate bars that contain between 70-80% of chocolate liquor. Chocolate bars and toffees containing fruits and nuts, like cherries and almonds, are also available. Plus, while customers enjoy their chocolate, they can read about the animals they are supporting—inside the wrapper of each bar.

For more information visit www.chocolatebar.com

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Around the Kitchen Sink Radio Show Features Food for the Family

By Sylvia Burlock, Edible Indy Editorial Contributor

Now food enthusiasts can enjoy cooking in a new waythrough a live radio show. Around the Kitchen Sink, a radio show created by mother of two and foodie blogger Heather Tallman, blends family home-style cooking with healthy recipes that families can enjoy while juggling busy schedules. Tallman was inspired to create Around the Kitchen Sink out of the need to provide healthy, frugal meals for her family and to experience food in a new way.

Tallman is the creator of basilmomma.com, a cooking and family blog. Tallman is also a writer/host for Earth Eats, a public radio program and blog focusing on local food and sustainable agriculture. Around the Kitchen Sink airs Thursdays at 11pm est.

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Indy’s Kitchen Offers Professional Cooking Classes

By Sylvia Burlock, Edible Indy Editorial Contributor

This April Indy’s Kitchen is providing spring culinary classes for the public. Chef Dwight Simmons, owner of Indy Star Chefs and winner of Chef of the Year from the American Culinary Federation Greater Indianapolis Chapter, will oversee the classes. “All of our classes are hands-on, except for the Girls Night Out Seafood class, which is a demonstration course,” says Chef Simmons about the upcoming spring classes. Indy’s Kitchen will host all of the classes at 6:30 pm; reservations can be made online. Participants are taught how to prepare food as well as essential culinary skills. “We make sure to have fun making different recipes, while including certain culinary techniques for home cooking.”

For more information about registration visit www.indyskitchen.com

To learn about Indy Star Chefs visit www.indystarchefs.com

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