Chocolate Kisses

Hello Gentlemen –

Happy Bastille Day to you all, and a belated 4th as well 🙂 Things have been well over here, just running around and trying to make the most of my summer! I consider it a fantastic success so far, all things considered – I’ve spent enjoyed plenty of time both at the beach and in the mountains, spent enough naked time in the sun to fade off most of my tan lines (there are still some there, if you look closely…) and my garden is bringing in plenty of veggies. My pepper plants actually have *peppers* on them for a change! You have no idea how happy I am 🙂

Last we sort of spoke, I was on my way to Philly, and I loved it. I didn’t really have all that much time to take in the sights, but I fulfilled my obligation as an American citizen and toured the broken bell and the money mint. The most exciting for me was the Rodin museum, and it was everything I hoped it would be. I’d love to go back fro round 2, as I barely had time to make it to the full art museum across the street! I’ve heard that there’s some good theater in Philly as well, but I didn’t get to see a scrap of it… perhaps you’ll find me back there at some point 🙂 I did find some time during my trip to take some new photos, but unfortunately not quite enough to populate a whole gallery like I like to do. So for once, the photos on my blog post are actually of me – hopefully that doesn’t confuse too many casual passerbys when they dig into my blog archives. Although, for those of you who have seen me, I’m pretty sure you can tell the difference between me and any other random internet model, lol.

Next, I’ll be headed to upstate NY – a beautiful place, especially in the height of summer. I’ll be in the Hudson Valley from the 21st to the 23rd, and then up to Albany from the 24th until the 27th. I’m looking forward to catching up with a few of my old friends, and rediscovering some of my favorite diving sites! Of course, you’re more than welcome to talk me down from the ledge and lure me inside for a few hours 🙂

Aside from that, I think that’s going to be my only foray far from home for the rest of the summer. I love New England during the summer, so why would I leave? As luck would have it, I’m also just a quick inquiry away from many of my favorite men 🙂 I do have a few local dates on my calendar though, so feel free to take a look. You’ll notice that I’m headed off to the casino again in early August, where I’m looking forward to meeting and catching up with several fascinating fellow hedonists for the evening. One is the amazingly delicious Tabitha Cook, who was nice enough to list me in her Chocolate Diamonds directory recently (I value my discretion, but appreciate the compliment :)). In honor of her, I’ve been spending some time tonight getting domestic and putting the finishing touches on my chocolate body paint recipe! I’ve made three renditions so far, which do you think that she’d like best? Which one do you think that *you’d* like best? My vote is for the chocolate chili, as I’m a fan of spicy girls 🙂

Chocolate Body Paint

Serves 2

18oz  60% or greater dark chocolate, chopped
14oz cream
1/2 bunch mint, finely chopped
1 chili pepper, finely chopped
Double shot espresso

1. Divide cream into 3 individual pans

2. Add mint into 1 pan, chili into the second pan, and espresso into the third pan

3. Slowly warm each pan to a near simmer and remove from heat, allowing flavor to infuse for 15 minutes.

4. Place dark chocolate in a small bowl and set over a small saucepan of barely simmering water. Stir constantly until chocolate melts.

5. Remove pan from the heat.

6. Divide chocolate into 3 small pots.

7. Return pans of cream to heat and, once hot, strain each pan of cream into 1 chocolate pot, creating 3 separate flavored-chocolate body paints.

I would love to help satisfy your chocolate craving 🙂 Let me know if you’d like to take a taste test!

~Mme X~

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