OK, so it might hint at a less than sparkling social life that we get our knickers all in a twist over a beverage, and a nonalcoholic one at that. But, baby, there is milk, and there is milk. Trickling Springs is a Pennsylvania dairy full of happy cows grazing grassy pastures with nothing on their bovine minds other than producing prodigiously rich, clean-tasting milk for some genius to mix with nice, thick chocolate to create this amazing drink (sold at Eddie's of Roland Park and Monkton Village Market, among other places). It's like no chocolate milk you have ever tasted. It's like liquid pudding, cracklike in its addictive qualities. It's fat-o-licious, and we don't care, even as we down the entire quart in its cool glass jug. Glug glug glug.