Saint Lucia: Chocolate in Food

Get Lost in Saint Lucia with Kelley Ferro
Chocolate in Cuisine

We all love chocolate in its…natural state. But who knew that chocolate was so delicious in other foods and dishes as well! Kelley tries out some of the inventive uses of chocolate from the island’s top chefs. From chocolate butter to cocoa dusted snapper to peppermills of cacao nibs–really nothing doesn’t go well with chocolate!

Saint Lucia Chocolate in Spa

Get Lost in Saint Lucia with Kelley Ferro
Chocolate in the Spa
Not only does chocolate do you good when you eat, it’s also great for your skin! Chocolate and cocoa are used in many of Saint Lucia’s top spas, and Kelley profiles all the best treatments.

How to Make Chocolate in Saint Lucia

Saint Lucian chocolate is known far & wide as some of the world’s best, and on the island you can find chocolate has a variety of uses. Kelley experiences chocolate not only as a sweet food, but as a savory spice. She also learns about it’s benefits for the outside of the body–at the spa. Through it’s handcrafted production methods, dating back to the beginning of the island, chocolate is much more than just a sweet treat.

Shop Modern in Cologne’s Hipster Neighborhood at Chang13

Chang is an innovative, edgy designer who creates clothes with personality. Stop by this little shop in one of the trendiest, up and coming neighborhood, the Belgian district.

Take a Boat Cruise on Cologne’s Rhine River

Let the city come to you on a scenic boat ride down the Rhine River, the city’s famed waterway.

Love Locks of Cologne

This tradition is sweeping across Europe and the cute odes to sweethearts on the Hohenzollern bridge made me want to join in the fun. See who I committed my love too!

Viktualienmarkt: Munich’s Outdoor Market

You can’t miss this market—whether you need cheese, wine or produce for dinner, or you want an al fresco picnic table lunch from one of the food stands or you want to sip champagne and eat oysters with friends after work, the Viktualienmarkt is the lifeblood of Munich, for locals, tourists and students alike.

Fruh: Cologne’s Famous Beerhall

With the most central location just steps from the cathedral, Fruh has been serving up pig knuckle, gouda & brown bread, and the city’s signature drink, Kolsch, for over 100 years.

Garmisch Partenkirchen

Garmisch-Partenkirchen–the postcard perfect Bavarian region with sky-high mountains, deep gorges, and wildflower fields.

Partnach Gorge

The Partnach Gorge surprised me. Its history as a logging transport route helped shape the region and just standing next to the rushing waters is awe-inspiring. The lower path puts you just meters above the roaring waves so be prepared to get a little wet!