After seeing all those gorgeous chocolate creations, you may think there is no more to the show. Oh, well there is lots more to this show! I did read from others that samples were not plentiful and you had to pay for some before but at this years show, all were free. They were usually small tastes but you were tasting all day so small was good. I had also heard that folks who tried to attend on the Sunday couldn't get in because tickets at the door were sold out. I highly suggest you purchase your tickets in advance should you attend the 2011 show. They may use the Javitz Center which would give them more room. Enough small talk...on to some chocolate......
New York, New York November 10 to 13, 2011
lovely banner as you entered the show as well as the smell was amazing
yes a chocolate train
this is like a really big tease....don't ya think? look at those truffles!!
the National Confectioners Association's Chocolate Council was on hand
Chocolate comes from the tropics where it is harvested from the fruit of cacao trees. It grows on small orchards in Latin America, West Africa and South Asia.
more truffles did you say? Le Chef Patissier is your truffle maker
these are very affordable truffles and so yummy!!
the camera really liked them as well
we had more than one sample here....as you can imagine
I did not write down the name of this stand but what amazing chocolate they had to dip with whatever your heart desires.......
these cookies looked so yummy and were packaged just lovely
the tree has arrived in Rockefeller Center! has been trimmed and getting ready for it's big event on Tuesday, November 30th from 7 to 9pm eastern standard time.......
Today's Words of Wisdom: Make Life Exciting
reposted from 09/18/10
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