⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'chocolat' von Englisch nach Deutsch
pain au chocolat
Schokocroissant {n}
pain au chocolat
Pain au chocolat {n}
Chocolat [Lasse Hallström]
Chocolat – Ein kleiner Biss genügt
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • SandpiperCI acquired and opened Hotel Chocolat in 2011.
  • Ghraoui Chocolate /ɡrɑːoʊi/ is a Damascene chocolatier established in 1805 and currently based in Budapest. award at the Salon du Chocolat, Paris.
  • The Club de Croqueurs de Chocolat (literally: "Chocolate Crunchers' Club") is an association of chocolate specialists.
  • The name of the ride is a play on words between Maus (German for mouse) and Mousse au chocolat.
  • Released as a single in 1968, the song "Le Petit Pain au chocolat" reached no. 2 in Wallonia (French Belgium).
  • Planète Chocolat is a Belgian chocolatier of artisan chocolates.
  • In this year, Aoki also collaborated with 3 Michelin Star chef, Anne-Sophie Pic, to participate in the Salon du Chocolat.
  • Victor-Auguste Poulain (February 11, 1825 - July 30, 1918) was a French chocolatier and industrialist who founded the Chocolat Poulain brand in 1848.
  • In 2014, Chocolat Frey, a Swiss chocolate manufacturer acquired SweetWorks Confections and its manufacturing facilities in Buffalo and Toronto.
  • A chocolate cake, the "Gâteau au chocolat de la Maréchale de Lannes", is named after him.
  • Philippe Suchard (9 October 1797 – 14 January 1884) was a Swiss chocolatier, industrialist and entrepreneur. He founded Chocolat Suchard in 1826.
  • In 1895, the clown duo, Foottit & chocolat (Rafael Padilla) was formed. The two played together for twenty years.
  • Current military chocolate also contains Rice Krispies or corn flakes.
  • Genin is not a qualified maître chocolatier under the French system, but is self-taught, and has described himself as a rebel.
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