Good things come in small rocher nests. Rochers
are caramelized chocolate-covered almond
slivers, formed by L.A. Burdick Handmade
Chocolate into a special Easter nest filled with 8
chocolate truffles, 8 marzipan eggs and a small
chocolate bunny. Charmingly gift-boxed, it’s
||All over America, boys and girls of all ages (yes, you!) are looking with fondness, covetousness and deeper forms of desire at chocolate bunnies, marshmallow Easter eggs and other tempting paschal candy. In every town there are goodies galore that beckon. But for your calories and discriminating palate, shouldn’t you have the best?
We sought out some of America’s finest chocolatiers—artisans who not only use the best chocolate, but create the best Easter candy memories. We promise you the best candy Easter eggs, amazing bunnies and Easter baskets that will make the fussiest child or chocolate connoisseur jump for joy. We know because, for the past month, THE NIBBLE offices have been turned into Peter Cottontail’s Chocolate Testing Station.
Read the full reviews of treats from Knipschildt Chocolatier, L.A. Burdick Handmade Chocolate, Pete’s Gourmet Confections (certified kosher*) and Recchiuti Confections. Then visit these confectioners online or by phone at your earliest convenience—because hippity, hoppity, Easter’s on its way (April 12, 2009, April 19 for Greek Orthodox Easter).
*All of Pete’s Gourmet Confections are certified kosher. His Easter-themed products, while not likely to be of interest to kosher observers, just happen to come from the same kosher kitchen that has treats in general spring designs as well. He also makes kosher for Passover products.