Theobroma cacao

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Theobroma Cacao [front] by Boston Public Library, via Flickr Theobroma Cacao, Plant Illustration, Botanical Illustration, Cacao Fruit, Cacao Chocolate, Chocolate Font, Baker And Co, Art Appliqué, Cacao Beans

File name: 10_03_000133a Binder label: Food Title: Theobroma Cacao [front] Date issued: 1870 - 1900 (approximate) Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 11 x 7 cm. Genre: Advertising cards Subject: Cacao; Beverages; Confections Notes: Title from item. Statement of responsibility: Walter Baker & Co. Ltd. Collection: 19th Century American Trade Cards Location: Boston Public Library, Print Department Rights: No known restrictions.

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Kerry Smith
Chocolate Cafe, Chocolate Brands, Best Chocolate, Cacao Fruit, Succulent Planter Diy, Food Wallpaper, Chocolate Packaging, Food Places, Theobroma Cacao

Download this Premium Photo about Cacao pods, fermentation, drying, and good storage for making good chocolate, selective focus., and discover more than 54 Million Professional Stock Photos on Freepik. #freepik #photo #cacaobean #cocoabeans #cacao

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Plant Illustration, Botanical Illustration, Chocolate Tree, Chocolate Pics, Chocolate Spread, Homemade Chocolate, Aztec Culture, Food Cartoon, Mesoamerican

Christine Jones explores the different ways the cacao tree has been depicted through history — from 16th-century codices to 18th-century botanicals — and what this changing iconography reveals about cacao’s journey into European culture.

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Phromwiharn Bumroongthin
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum on Instagram: "What plant’s name means “food of the gods?” The cacao tree, of course! The seeds (or cocoa beans) of the tropical Theobroma cacao are used to make chocolate liquor, cocoa solids, cocoa butter, and chocolate. Don’t take a bite out of the non-edible portion of the plant depicted in this 19th-century flower model: it’s strictly eye candy. Now on view in Nature by Design: Botanical Lessons, on loan from @amhistorymuseum." Chocolate Bar Design, Flower Model, Chocolate Liquor, Theobroma Cacao, Hewitt, Botanical Drawings, Design Museum, Smithsonian, Paintings

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum on Instagram: "What plant’s name means “food of the gods?” The cacao tree, of course! The seeds (or cocoa beans) of the tropical Theobroma cacao are used to make chocolate liquor, cocoa solids, cocoa butter, and chocolate. Don’t take a bite out of the non-edible portion of the plant depicted in this 19th-century flower model: it’s strictly eye candy. Now on view in Nature by Design: Botanical Lessons, on loan from @amhistorymuseum."

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Xatira Alizad
Botanical illustration of #cacao pod from the theobroma tree - Koehler's Medizinal Pflanze (1887) Theobroma Cacao, Chocolate Bonbon, Chocolate Shop, Chocolate Dreams, Chocolate Chocolate, Chocolate Pudding, Vintage Botanical Prints, Botanical Art, Yellow Botanical

I took a course last weekend on Botanical Illustration at the University of California Botanical Garden. I've always been interested in botanical illustration both as an observer, collector, and as a practitioner. I say practitioner because I am not an artist, but I'm practicing. I find the recording of plants in such intricate detail fascinating. There's room for creativity, of course, but the purpose of botanical illustration is to portray a true portrait of the plant and its parts with…

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Claudiane F Lepienski