"However the use of chocolate did not become widespread in France until the royal chocolatery was established in 1776"- Barbara Norman Makanowitzky, Tales of the Table: A History of Western Cuisine. There are dozens of artisan chocolateries all over the world that use the word chocolatery both to describe their type of business and to describe where their chocolate confections are made. " The truffles are made in our chocolatery" and "Alain achieved his dream by opening the chocolatery".
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