I've always loved fruit in all forms -- fresh, dried, as cooking ingredients -- and it's kind of a marriage of these two things that I've always enjoyed. I want the blog to allow customers to share in this, giving them a look at what it is we do.
Holland, MI (PRWEB) August 15, 2008
Perfect Confections has long been known for providing quality chocolate delicacies in the realm of chocolate bark, truffles, and chocolate-dipped fruits, but they have now expanded to providing information about their confectionary arts on their new blog, http://www.ConfectionsBlog.com.
"I have a passion for good food, especially desserts -- in particular, for chocolates," says Mark Dulemba, owner and operator of http://www.Perfect-Confections.com. "I've always loved fruit in all forms -- fresh, dried, as cooking ingredients -- and it's kind of a marriage of these two things that I've always enjoyed. I want the blog to allow customers to share in this, giving them a look at what it is we do."
The blog itself will detail new products and ideas, as well as changes to the site and information about the chocolate culinary craft. "We'll be talking about the industry and industry-specific topics; new ways to use chocolates and fruits that maybe a lot of people haven't heard about," explains Mark. "We also want to comment about different health aspects of fruit and chocolate consumption, and give out different gift ideas for holidays and weddings, birthdays, things of that nature."
Mark has a long history with the idea of chocolates as a gift, and this was a strong influence on the formation of the business. "When I was a kid, we always had elaborate chocolates at birthdays and family celebrations," he says, reminiscing fondly. "This is something that was really important to my parents, and was always a part of our celebrations. Each one had some type of gourmet chocolates, and it's something I've always enjoyed; it's a very fond childhood memory."
Mark takes the long view on the business, using his enthusiasm for the confections as inspiration and doing what he can to share these delectable creations with the public. "I researched different markets and visited different chocolate shops around my hometown, and I looked at new and up-and-coming combinations of things people were buying," he explains. "I'm very enthusiastic about the site and its future, and about the new flavors that come with the seasons. There are, of course, seasonally-themed products -- fruits change year-round, and we're looking at dried cantaloupe and some different truffle combinations, but there are also marshmallow products that are a winter item. There are some products, such as chocolate-covered cherries and pineapple, which are available year-round. They make for a great combination of flavors."