Cthocolate


I need to find someone who can sculpt, so I can make valentines’ day cthocolates. And green fhtagn-soap.

My buddy Reiver sent me this:

cthocolate

Comments

  1. kestrel says

    Hahahaha – now you will get a million comments that say, “Who will be eaten first?”

    I had been wondering why you needed a sculptor. Now I know. Cthocolates are a very good reason.

  2. Pierce R. Butler says

    The dairy ingredients must come from Shub-Niggurath, the Goat of the Black Woods with a Thousand Young.

    Otherwise, you-know-whom will surely wax quite wroth(er).

  3. says

    Pierce R. Butler@#2:
    The dairy ingredients must come from Shub-Niggurath, the Goat of the Black Woods with a Thousand Young.

    I’ve never milked a goat, let alone an N-dimensional grumpy goat like Shubkins. Are you sure it’s a good idea?

  4. Trip Space-Parasite says

    It’s a terrible idea, which is why everyone is looking forward to you posting about it.

  5. jrkrideau says

    I’m not sure about this but I don’t think carving chocolate is a good idea. I cannot think of any chocolatier I have met (not a lot admittedly) who carved chocolate.

    I’ve never milked a goat but it does not sound all that hard. StilI I’d start out with a regular one before moving to Shub-Niggurath. The final post should be interesting, indeed.

  6. says

    jrkrideau@#6:
    carving chocolate

    I wasn’t clear. The idea would be to make an original in sculpey, then drop a silicone mold from that, pour chocolate in the silicone. Just like I do with the soaps. Most chocolate molds are metal, so they can use a cool steel mold and rotationally cast chocolate into it, to get the proper bunny-shape. I want to make solid chulhus out of white chocolate with a bit of green added…

  7. jrkrideau says

    Oh, I think I vaguely grasp the idea now. I don’t know anything about the method but it sounds sensible (well to an ignoramous)

    We are still waiting with bated breath for the reports on the goat milking.

  8. says

    jrkrideau@#8:
    We are still waiting with bated breath for the reports on the goat milking.

    I haven’t tried. If I stop posting and this blog gets deleted, you’ll know I did.

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