"All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt." 
- Charles M. Schulz

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There was an interesting post on phrasebase.com on how to say “chocolate” in different languages. For those of you with big travel plans this summer, here’s a quick guide for you:

Albania – çokollatë

Croatia – čokolada

Czech Republic – cokolada

Denmark – chokolade 

Estonia – šokolaad

Finland – suklaa

France – chocolat

Germany – Schokolade

Greece – sokolata

Hawaii – Kokoleka

Hungary – csokolade

Indonesia – koklat

India – seemaippantai (tamil)

Iceland – súkkulaði

Ireland – seacláid

Israel – shoqolad

Italy – cioccolata (things made from chocolate), cioccolato (chocolate used to make sweets)

Japan – shokora

Latvia – ŠOKOLĀDE

Lithuania – Šokoladas

Malaysia – koklat

Malta – Cikkulata

Norway – sjokolade

Philippines – tsokolate

Portugal – chocolate

Poland – czekolada

Romania – ciocolată

Russia – sokolad

Saudi Arabia -“shokola-a-tah”  شوكلاتة

Scotland –  seocolaid

Sicily – Ciccolatti

Spain – chocolate

Sweden – choklad

Turkey – çikolata

Care to share more?

– Kris Alcantara

Today's Sugarhigh: Lavender Honey Cheesecake
Score: A! recipe and post coming soon.
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