How do you cut thick chocolate?

@cristi20 (2139)
December 17, 2006 11:56am CST
made a chocolate cookie thing and in the recepie it says to use a "heated knife" to cut the chocolate once it's cooled. I tried to boil water and stick the knife in that, but the chocolate cracked and splintered as I was cutting it. Any other suggestions? The chocolate has cake layers between it, so I need to figure out hos to cut through the chocolate coating I put around them.
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@stvasile (7316)
• Romania
17 Dec 06
Steaua - FC STEAUA BUCURESTI was founded following to a decree signed off by Mihail Lascar on the 7th of June 1947, on behalf of the National Ministry of Defense of Romania. In the summer of 1946, a few generals and high officers of the Romanian Army were seriously considering starting up a military club and an Army's football team. A few months later, in the spring of 1947, their endeavors led to the formation of the so called "Sports Association of the Romanian Army". The first leader of the football team was also its skipper, Stefan Septville and the newly emerged team had its first ever training camp. Despite the fact the new team had to take a play off for promoting to the second Division, it was brought up to the top Division, as a replacement for the team Carmen, which was excluded form the top football of Romania. The first coach of the team in its first season in the top Division was Coloman Braun-Bogdan. Soon the team was named CCA and won its first ever domestic title in Romania in 1951, under the helmet of Gheorghe Popescu, one of its honorary founding members. Between 1951 and 1961, CCA won 5 more domestic titles, till its name was changed to STEAUA, in the summer of 1961. What did STEAUA bring as an innovation to Romanian football. Steaua has always promoted the skillful, free flowing and spectacular football, played at an amazing pace, which brought the nickname "The Speedsters" for the mid 80's team . That STEAUA team became the first ever Eastern European club to win the highest trophy of the European Football, the "Cup of the European Championships" (or UEFA Champions League as it is known today). In the 1990's, our club's team won the domestic championship of Romania for 6 times and represented the country 3 times in a row in the UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE competition. All together, STEAUA BUCURESTI trophy cabinet is by far the richest in the country, as our team won 23 domestic titles, 20 National Cups and 5 Romania's Supercups.
Pfff, not my domain...Try using a saw-teethed knife (un cutit cu zimti, mai pa romaneste)
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@cristi20 (2139)
• Romania
18 Dec 06
of course...a general question;)