Updated : 6 months ago. You should savour it piece by piece allowing each piece to melt slowly in your mouth. Let any man who finds the air damp and time long, atmosphere difficult to tolerate, let any man who is tormented by an obsession that prevents him from thinking clearly, let all those men dose themselves with good half a litre of amber-coloured chocolate and they will see a miracle. Montezuma, the brilliant Aztec ruler of the tract of land now known as Mexico, enjoyed an ambrosial post-dinner drink that was called Xocotal. Roasted cocoa beans were mixed with spices, aromatic substances and fortified with musk and ambergris believed to have aphrodisiac properties. Sometimes the hot beverage served in cups of gold was sweetened with honey. His subjects made do with a paste that blended powdered cocoa beans with corn flower. It was the Spanish conquistadors who fell in love with the exhilarating tonic and introduced fellow Europeans to the joys of what the world now recognises as chocolate. From drink to confection has been a long journey. Cocoa and chocolate stared as a drink and it was in England that milk replaced water as the base.
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Billboard ranked it the number-twenty-two song for It went on to gain notability by being featured in films, such as The Full Monty The song was originally a B-side. Not yet convinced that the song could be a hit, producer Most put it on the flip-side of the Hot Chocolate single "Blue Night". The song was later remixed by Most, who re-released it as an A-side some months later on his RAK label. The song was a hit and ultimately became the group's best-known song. In the UK the song was poised for the number-one spot, but was beaten to it by " Bohemian Rhapsody ", when on November 29, the Queen single leaped above it from number nine. A remix by Ben Liebrand hit number 10,  in turn reinvigorating public interest in the band, and prompted the release of the compilation album The Very Best of Hot Chocolate featuring the Liebrand remix which subsequently reached number one on the UK Albums Chart in February Ten years later, when it was featured in the film, The Full Monty in , it went to number six in the chart. Another US resurgence in can be credited to a Burger King television commercial in which the song played while the camera examined a Double Whopper.
July 6, 2016
For my wonderful loving husband. He who keeps me whole, makes my world grand. He who is more than I could have ever deserved, far grander than I could ever have imagined, and he loves me. Yes you see, he loves me. I am a live, I know, because he loves me.
They nicely include all the pictures we grew up with on how the book was translated and admit that isn't how it happened. He has let me be a stay-at-home mother while trying to launch my own business and has offered love and support every step of the way. And her husband now is dead and she is left to wonder about their future.