The Mast Brothers, Rick Mast, left, and Michael Mast, share the secret behind their unique chocolate. Rick Mast told Miller, "Really all great food starts with great ingredients and what we have here is a bag of cocoa beans. It's the core part of our success. It's a core part of what makes great chocolate."
Michael Mast, left, with Michelle Miller and Rick Mast at their Brooklyn factory. Each batch of Mast chocolate is handled with the greatest of care up to the very end -- when they're hand-wrapped in gold foil and thick Italian paper.
French chocolate maker and 'Meilleur Ouvrier de France' (France best worker award), Georges Larnicol sails on his boat made of chocolate, in Concarneau port, western France. The 1.2 ton boat, built in the Larnicol's workshop, is entirely made of chocolate excepted the frame which is made of sugar.
Lindt master chocolatier Thomas Schnetzler puts the finishing touches to a chocolate replica of the iconic Sydney Tower on the observation deck of the tower on March 20, 2013. In celebration of Easter Schnetzler has spent over 40 hours hand-crafting the intricate tower which boasts over 300 windows and contains 12.5 kilograms of dark chocolate.