With a molten chocolate fondant centre and punchy espresso martini sauce, our little bundles of chocolate joy are sure to impress at an adults dinner party, especially with coffee aficionados. A1, Designated state(s): Table 1 shows the main results of the examples confirmed by the inventors by experimentation. & Terms of Use. As a result, a bright light-brown design is instantaneously drawn on the surface of the white chocolate and also a more favorable flavor is produced due to the Maillard reaction. However, it is difficult to visually identify a design drawn merely by forming the concave portion on the surface of the chocolate. A23G 1/00 20060101AFI20081022BHEP, Ipc: The method of drawing a design (6) on a solid chocolate (2) according to claim 1 or claim 2, Application filed by Yuji Kuwabara, Akemi Kuwabara, 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PRINTING; LINING MACHINES; TYPEWRITERS; STAMPS, PRINTING, DUPLICATING, MARKING, OR COPYING PROCESSES; COLOUR PRINTING, Duplicating or marking methods; Sheet materials for use therein, Thermography ; Marking by high energetic means, e.g. In this embodiment, if the chocolate is placed at lower than approximately 10 °C for 1 to 2 days immediately after the laser irradiation, the laser-irradiated portion remains chocolate colored and the color remains virtually unchanged thereafter. Method. As a result, as indicated by 3) of table 1, the drawn portion becomes slightly scorched and the quality is unfavorable. As a result of a diligent study to achieve the above object, the inventors have completed an intended method of making a favorable drawing on a chocolate by causing a laser light to irradiate the surface of a chocolate under limited and specific conditions. MethodPrep: 10 min › Cook: 10 min › Extra time: 30 min cooling › Ready in: 50 min. In this embodiment, as indicated by 5) of table 1, it is possible to make a particularly favorable drawing. If the irradiation energy of the laser is too high, the chocolate becomes scorched. It is, however, impossible to visually identify the circles or the arcs, and thus the outline appears smooth. Chocolate drawing production method provides for preparation of chocolate mass plating, effective viscosity according to Kasson at 40C is chosen within the range 500-13000 MPa, preparation of dying basen on chocolate mass with adding of dying agent dissolved in fatty component (cocoa butter or/and its equivalent, and/or substitute, and/or palm oil), obtained dye is warmed up to 25-38C before putting on the plating with its following dying … As a result of a diligent study to achieve the above object, the inventors have completed an intended method of making a favorable drawing on a chocolate by causing a laser light to irradiate the surface of a chocolate under limited and specific conditions. LAPSE BECAUSE OF FAILURE TO SUBMIT A TRANSLATION OF THE DESCRIPTION OR TO PAY THE FEE WITHIN THE PRESCRIBED TIME-LIMIT; INVALID AB INITIO. the equivalent of a glass and a half of full cream milk in every 200 g of cadbury dairy milk milk chocolate. This is a right-handed setup; if you dip lefty, laying it all out in reverse order will be helpful. A method of drawing a design on a chocolate to irradiate a surface of a solid chocolate while sweeping the pulsed laser, and to forming a rough surface on the solid chocolate, wherein irradiation energy per pulse is in a range from 2.5E-08 to 4.0E-07 kcal/pulse and also irradiation energy per sweeping unit line length is in a range from 1.0E-05 to 2.0E-04 kcal/inch. As a result of making a drawing on the chocolate under the above laser sweeping conditions and leaving the chocolate at a room temperature of 20° C. for a day, as indicated by 14) of table 1, the drawing is unclear and unfavorable. Immediately after an engraving is made, the chocolate is placed at a temperature of approximately 20 °C for 10 to 120 minutes. Further, to engrave a picture or a character more clearly, the temperature of the chocolate is set to 10 to 20 °C in advance. It is confirmed in experiments by the inventors that the design drawn on the surface of the chocolate in this embodiment shows as gray-brown regardless of the storage temperature, and that if the chocolate is preserved at a stable temperature for the above period of time, the color remains virtually unchanged thereafter and fat bloom is not caused. As a result, as indicated by 4) of table 1, it is possible to make a particularly favorable drawing. The chocolate is irradiated by the laser under the above operation conditions and immediately thereafter placed at a temperature of approximately 20 °C for 30 minutes. T, Ref document number: In addition, it is possible to arbitrarily and quickly set a picture or a character by changing the sweeping program of laser irradiation, and thus it is suitable for high-mix low-volume production. We’ve all heard of Matilda, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and James and the Giant Peach – and the man that wrote the stories. To make the biscuit base, ... To make the cheesecake, melt the chocolate in short bursts in the microwave, then leave to cool slightly. Further, the present invention is a chocolate in which, in an outline or main portion of the design drawn by causing the pulsed laser to irradiate the surface of the solid chocolate while sweeping the pulsed laser, and thus forming the rough surface on the surface of the solid chocolate, a trace of the pulsed laser irradiation remains circular or arc-shaped. generation, High strength beer having winey beery character, CO-PRECIPITATED CARRAGEENAN/XANTHAN GUM COMPOSITIONS AND PROCESSES FOR THEIR PREPARATION, Foods Comprising Healthy Combinations of Tofu and Flour, or Tofu and Meat and Methods of Producing the Same, [An Isotonic Sports Drink for Female Athletes Fortified with Iron, Calcium and Essential Vitamins for Use in Rehydration and Nutrition During Execise and Competition], Culinary base and method for the preparation of a ready-cooked dish or a flavored drink, Production of extruded cheese crackers and snacks. On the other hand, Japanese Laid-Open Patent Publication No. Our chocolate packaging machines, chocolate wrapping machines and systems are a byword for innovative engineering and top performance. Machine Translation of JP 2000-168157, published June 20, 2000. LAPSE BECAUSE OF NON-PAYMENT OF DUE FEES, Free format text: A chocolate containing cacao mass is used, and the laser of which the rated output is 36 W is set as follows: the sweeping speed is 80.0 cm/second (31.5 inch/second); the number of pulses per sweeping unit line length is 197 pulses/cm (500 pulses/inch); and the output is 10%. However, on the other hand, if the irradiation energy is insufficient, it is impossible to make a suitable engraving on the chocolate. Taza’s stone-ground chocolate misses out the conching step entirely, which gives it a coarse biscuit-like texture closer in style to the original chocolate bars of the nineteenth century. chocolate; Substitutes therefor, Cocoa products, e.g. As a result, as indicated by 6) of table 1, the laser-irradiated portion becomes scorched and the state of the drawing is unfavorable. A23G 1/50 20060101ALI20090715BHEP, Ipc: However, it is difficult to visually identify a design drawn merely by forming the concave portion on the surface of the chocolate. AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HU IE IS IT LI LT LU LV MC MT NL PL PT RO SE SI SK TR, Ipc: Dab pea-sized dots of chocolate onto the parchment-lined baking sheet. And the higher the storage temperature, the redder and brighter the engraved portion becomes, and thus it is possible to clearly represent the drawn design. Click for automatic bibliography As yet another embodiment, laser irradiation is performed in such a manner that a pulsed laser of which the rated output is 36 W is used, the sweeping speed is set to 85.9 cm/second (33.8 inch/second), the number of pulses per sweeping unit line length is set to 197 pulses/cm (500 pulses/inch), and the output is set to 40%, such that the irradiation energy per pulse is 8.4E-07 kJ/pulse (2.0E-07 kcal/pulse) and also the irradiation energy per sweeping unit line length is 1.7E-04 kJ/cm (1.0E-04 kcal/inch). A23G 7/00 20060101ALI20090715BHEP, Kind code of ref document: Procedure for decorating or marking a surface through laser radiation and the use of a stamp sheet in this procedure. Such operations, however, are virtually impossible in industry. Deluxe hot chocolate with marshmallows recipe - BBC Good Food In addition, it is possible to arbitrarily and quickly set a picture or a character by changing the sweeping program of laser irradiation, and thus it is suitable for high-mix low-volume production. Immediately after a drawing is made, the chocolate is placed at a stable temperature lower than 20° C. for 1 to 2 days. There is a previous 3D food printer which utilizes Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) to print chocolate. A chocolate processed by the method of drawing a design (6) on a solid chocolate (2) according to claim 1. Further, when the surface of a chocolate is irradiated by a laser, the irradiated portion transpires and becomes concave. 1-108940 discloses a method of causing the focused beam of a laser light or the like to selectively irradiate and heat the surface of a thermoplastic food, and thus deforming the food by softening it or thus processing the food by performing mechanical deformation on this softened portion. Method of marking on diamond, method of production of mould insert, method of working of articles of diamonds, mould for extrusion of fibres, wires threads and similar articles, and method of marking on pearl, precious or semiprecious stone, Method, printing device and composition for decorating glass or ceramic products, Technical method for manufacturing jewelry by using hard gold, Method for manufacturing a dental restoration, Ceramics technique for color under glaze in high temp, Method and apparatus for marking glass with a laser, Method and apparatus for making a printing plate, System and method for making a golf ball having a patterned surface, Method for producing an embossing roller from silicone rubber for the continuous embossing of the surface of a thermoplastic film, Method for producing a marking on a spectacle lens, Glass material, living tissue replacement, method for preparing living tissue replacement, and living tissue replacement molding apparatus, Method for producing a glass ceramic element having a structured coating, Method for making candy in detailed designs, Synthetic resin molding and method for the manufacture thereof, Laser processing apparatus and laser processing method, Method for manufacturing optical path adjusting device of projection image display device, Process for producing a semiconductor device using a crystalline insulating substrate, High resolution ink-jet printing on edibles and products made, Information provided on ipc code assigned before grant, Supplementary search report drawn up and despatched, Request for extension of the european patent (to any country) (deleted), Lapsed in a contracting state [announced via postgrant information from national office to epo], Annual fee paid to national office [announced from national office to epo], Gb: european patent ceased through non-payment of renewal fee. This method is to melt the material by heat and then print the material layer by layer to shape. It can only represent a rough image of the object since its print precision is rough. The following examples all correspond to the operation results shown in the Table 1. The energy of the laser pulse per unit scan line length and per pulse is limited in a given range. That is, the present invention is a method of drawing a design on a solid chocolate comprising irradiating a surface of the solid chocolate while sweeping a pulsed laser, and forming a rough surface on the solid chocolate. The irradiation energy per pulse and the irradiation energy per sweeping unit line length of the pulsed laser are limited to a certain range. In contrast, if a chocolate containing cacao mass is irradiated by a laser of relatively low energy within the range specified in the present invention and is thereafter preserved at a relatively low temperature for a period of time, it is possible to draw a design that appears gray-brown due to the change of luster. This year, Christmas may be different to others, but we want to help you plan ahead, and make Christmas magical. The irradiation energy per pulse and the irradiation energy per sweeping unit line length of the pulsed laser are limited to a certain range. Furthermore, the present invention is the method of making a drawing on a chocolate, in which the design is drawn using a phenomenon that chocolate changes color when being irradiated by a pulsed laser. The present invention relates to a method of drawing a design such as a picture or a character on the surface of a chocolate, and to a chocolate manufactured by said method. Method Preheat the oven to 180C/350F/Gas 4 and grease and line two 20cm/8in sandwich tins with baking parchment. Furthermore, the irradiation conditions of the laser to irradiate the chocolate and the storage temperature of the chocolate after the sweeping may be selected within a certain range whereby it is also possible to change the color of the drawn portion, and thus it is possible to draw a remarkably clear and beautiful design. In response, as a method of making a pattern appear on the surface of a chocolate cake, Japanese Laid-Open Patent Publication No. A white chocolate similar to that used in example 3 is used, and the laser is set as follows: the sweeping speed is 18 inch/second; the number of pulses per sweeping unit line length is 500 pulses/inch; and the output is 50%. A white chocolate containing milk solids but not containing cacao mass is used, and laser irradiation is performed in such a manner that a pulsed laser of which the rated output is 36 W is used, the sweeping speed is set to 31.5 inch/second, the number of pulses per sweeping unit line length is set to 500 pulses/inch, and the output is set to 65% of the rated output, such that the irradiation energy per pulse is 3.6E-07 kcal/pulse and also the irradiation energy per sweeping unit line length is 1.8E-04 kcal/inch. … B1, Ref document number: A method for drawing a picture on a chocolate by applying a laser pulse to the surface of a solid chocolate under a limited pulse laser operation condition and a chocolate produced by the method. chocolate; Substitutes therefor, Processes of manufacture not relating to composition or compounding ingredients, Processes specially adapted for manufacture or treatment of cocoa or cocoa products, Cocoa products, e.g. Here, the values such as 1.0E-05 are represented in exponent notation. In this embodiment, as a result of a diligent study, it is confirmed in experiments by the inventors that sometime after the laser irradiation, the irradiated portion becomes reddish brown colored, and thus a clear design is drawn on the surface of the chocolate. A chocolate containing cacao mass, similar to that used in example 2, is used, and the laser is set as follows: the sweeping speed is 45 inch/second; the number of pulses per sweeping unit line length is 500 pulses/inch; and the output is 6%. Particularly, a design drawn on the surface of a white chocolate is hardly visible, and unlike other common materials, a drawing cannot be easily viewable on a white chocolate merely by being engraved by laser irradiation. In a medium saucepan over medium heat, combine cocoa, butter and condensed milk. Temper the dark chocolate, and using a small flat paintbrush, paint a thin layer of chocolate over the insides of the mould, ensuring to coat the indents and … As a result, a bright light-brown design is instantaneously drawn on the surface of the white chocolate and also a more favorable flavor is produced due to the Maillard reaction. STEP 1. (RESTON, VA, US). 1-141552 discloses a method of making a colored pattern appear by selectively heating the surface of a chocolate and thus by causing fat bloom. Further, fat bloom is not caused, and there is no particular change in the flavor, which remains virtually unchanged for at least 1 to 2 months. B41M 5/26 20060101ALI20090715BHEP, Ipc: The present invention will be specifically described below with the following examples, but examples of the present invention are not limited thereto. Further, to completely remove the thin film layer, it is necessary to irradiate the thin film layer with extremely high laser energy, and consequently the food becomes scorched and bitter, and therefore has no commercial value as a food. & Terms of Use. Further, to engrave a picture or a character more clearly, the temperature of the chocolate is set to 10 to 20° C. in advance. Furthermore, the present invention is the method of making a drawing on a chocolate, in which the design is drawn using a phenomenon that chocolate changes color when being irradiated by a pulsed laser. Try another festive flavour twist with our boozy mulled wine brownies. The laser used is a pulsed laser of which the rated output is 36 W, the sweeping speed is set to 40.5 inch/second, the number of pulses per sweeping unit line length is set to 500 pulses/inch, and the output is set to 75% of the rated output, such that the irradiation energy per pulse is 3.2E-07 kcal/pulse and also the irradiation energy per sweeping unit line length is 1.6E-04 kcal/inch. CHOCOLATE; SUBSTITUTES FOR COCOA OR COCOA PRODUCTS; CONFECTIONERY; CHEWING GUM; ICE-CREAM; PREPARATION THEREOF, Cocoa; Cocoa products, e.g. Setup is really the most important part; having everything in place before you start guarantees that you won't have an "oh, crap" moment mid-dip, and have to run over to the pantry to grab waxed paper with your treat balanced on the end of your fork. I have squares of salted c… An object of the present invention is to provide a method of making a drawing on a chocolate, that is easy and suitable for low-volume production at low cost, without using any other materials and without impairing the taste or the flavor. This method is to melt the material by heat and then print the material layer by layer to shape. FIG. Kind code of ref document: Melting chocolate is your … In response, as a method of making a pattern appear on the surface of a chocolate cake, Japanese Laid-Open Patent Publication No. This dreamy dessert oozes indulgence. This method is widely used for industrial materials such as plastic, but when applied in practice to a chocolate, its operation process is complicated and it is difficult to even form the thin film layer on the chocolate with extremely high accuracy. Therefore, none of these conventional methods of making a drawing on a chocolate provides a method that is easy and suitable for low-volume production, without using any other materials and without impairing the taste or the flavor. As described above, if a method according to the present invention is used as a method of making a drawing on a chocolate, it is possible to make a drawing on a chocolate, that is easy and suitable for low-volume production, without using any other materials such as coloring agents or chocolate of a different color, without impairing the taste or the flavor, and with a freedom of design. Further, the present invention is a chocolate in which, in an outline or main portion of the design drawn by causing the pulsed laser to irradiate the surface of the solid chocolate while sweeping the pulsed laser, and thus forming the rough surface on the surface of the solid chocolate, a trace of the pulsed laser irradiation remains circular or arc-shaped. 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