Saturday, November 13, 2010

Countdown to Thanksgiving: Chocolate Enrobed Dried Fruits

We begin our countdown to Thanksgiving, by looking at some of our favorite Thanksgiving desserts, confections, and treats created in past years. All of the sweets we are covering are available on the orenji 2010 Thanksgiving Pricing Guide (available by clicking here). Give us a call or send us an email with questions or orders. We look forward to contributing to your special Thanksgiving gathering!

Today, we turn our attention to orenji Chocolate-enrobed dried fruit. Sold by the half-pound, this selection of fruits and chocolate is perfect for autumn, a wonderful conclusion to a Thanksgiving dinner, and a great host or hostess gift! One of our most popular Thanksgiving offerings, chocolate enrobed dried fruit is one of the many reasons we look forward to autumn every year!

The selection (which may vary) of dried fruits includes:

Dried pear halves with Belgian milk and white chocolates

 Dried Turkish apricots with white chocolate and hazelnut praline powder

 Caramelized figs enrobed in bittersweet chocolate, drizzled with milk chocolate, and sprinkled with toasted sesame seeds

 Crystallized ginger with bittersweet chocolate—a perfect palate cleanser!

 Candied Fuji apples dipped in caramel, milk chocolate, and toasted sliced almonds

 Candied Pineapple with milk chocolate and toasted coconut (pictured, back left).

Taken together, this collection of fruits, nuts, chocolate, and caramel is the perfect way to say “thank you” this Thanksgiving!

Like what you see? Check out our similar offerings on the 2010 Thanksgiving Pricing Guide, available now by clicking here!

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As we get ready for Thanksgiving 2010, we will continue to review our favorite orenji Thanksgiving creations from years past in future posts! Be sure to keep checking back!

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