When Michael Recchiuti first put lavender and Earl Grey in his chocolates, it was revolutionary. Now chocolatiers are adding everything but the kitchen sink to their cocoa creations.To wit: Michael Mischer’s new barbecue truffles, seen here.The Oakland-based confectioner infuses local restaurant Everett & Jones’s hot barbecue sauce into a dark chocolate ganache, then coats it in his signature Venezuelan dark chocolate. The result is a hits-you-a-minute-later smokiness and tang that balances the cocoa flavor. Think of it as a savory alternative to the average truffle.And if you need a post-barbecue dessert, well, he’s got apple pie filling, too.Available at Michael Mischer Chocolates, 3352 Grand Avenue, at Elmwood Avenue, Oakland (510-986-1822 or michaelmischerchocolates.com); Bi-Rite Market, 3639 18th Street, between Guerrero and Dolores Streets (415-241-9760 or biritemarket.com). Photo: Courtesy of Michael Mischer ChocolatesUp to 65% off Isabel LuSophia Kim’s creations have a romantic sensibility tempered by straightforward design. Seamlessly add Kim’s draped dresses, knits, and tops to your wardrobe while they’re up to 65% off on Swirl.