Lacey Redding spreads chocolate out on a marble slab to help control its temperature while her husband, Charlie, works at the stove in the Lynnwood couple’s kitchen. The Reddings started Church Street Chocolate in March and now sell their bars at boutique stores and coffee shops around Washington. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Lacey Redding spreads chocolate out on a marble slab to help control its temperature while her husband, Charlie, works at the stove in the Lynnwood couple’s kitchen. The Reddings started Church Street Chocolate in March and now sell their bars at boutique stores and coffee shops around Washington. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

She went from bored housewife to crafty chocolatier in a year

Church Street Chocolate in Lynnwood makes its bars out of some of the rarest chocolate in the world.

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