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Cant say I do, maybe something meaning awesome deliciousness when turned into different pies, cakes & pastries?
Nina Hollander, Broker
Las Vegas, NV
Good morning Conrad. You know how I love trivia and yes I knew this one but it looks like you already have your answer.
I love chocolate and learned something new from your question.
All I know is I love it
Good morning Conrad. I have no clue, but hopefully you will share the answer.
Make it a great weekend!
Good Saturday morning Conrad. I think I read somewhere where it originated in the Aztec culture. I believe it was a drink for the upper echelon and Kings.
No, I never thought of it, but I do know that I love chocolate.
Nope. Now you're going to make me look it up.
Conrad, chocolate always taste good. Very good question.
I think the root word is from cacao but could be wrong.
No. But, I always thought it had roots in the cacao tree.
Katina Hargrove 352-55...
i know i like to eat it..so i the origin is my stomach...or my mouth
Michael Thacker - Re/M...
Have no idea Conrad Allen ....I'll look at the answers to find out ...
Have a great day!
No, but have to say...whatever the meaning, yummy.
Great questions to read all the answers. I love that the Aztecs and Mayans drank it differently!
Not right off hand.. I know it tastes good!
No but I did notice that this question was mentioned by Bob Stewart as one of the incentives that lead to the elimination of points for answers.
No but I hope you tell us
You'd think I'd have some clue since I love chocolate so much but no, I don't.
I didn't before I read the comments from people who knew the answer!
Thanks Conrad, I learned something today, the answers are educational and enlightening..
Conrad Allen I learned something new today.
I do now!
Good morning Conrad. Nary a clue! Thanks!
Having worked for the Mars Company for years, I actually do. But I'm not telling....
I believe that Ken Jones has the right answer!
Ken Jones gave you the right answer, Conrad.
Hmm I dont know but that reminds me to raid the Halloween candy in the pantry...
I do not eat chocolate, and do not know the original meaning.
I like Ken Jones answer..... sounds good to me....
bitter or hotI think......
I thought the explorers brought it back to Europe from N America like they did with tomatoes etc.
Another word for chocolate.....yummy!
No. Maybe I will research it one day.
Can't say that I do Conrad but I'm thinking it came about during the early 1500's in Spain from what I do know.