A Play on Chocolate

Mendiants are usually slabs of chocolate with nuts and dried fruit scattered on top. At Éclat Chocolate, the chocolatier Christopher Curtin has come up with a new variation he’s calling Mondiants: decoratively embossed wafer-thin chocolate disks with various fillings. The choices are dark chocolate, with fillings of cacao nibs or caramel, and milk chocolate, with a peanut butter filling.

Mondiants, $32 for 16, eclatchocolate.com.

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