DallasChocolate.org Chocolate Conference
August 27, 2011
to 5 PM
15650 Addison Road , Addison, TX
$5 - $20
The Chocolate Conference 2011 has two main components: A Showcase of Chocolate and a Chocolate Academy. The Showcase of Chocolate will be an exhibition hall where attendees can sample chocolates from all participating chocolatiers and chocolate makers. In the Chocolate Academy, attendees can hear talks throughout the day about the making, use, and history of fine chocolate. The Academy will start with the Chocolatier’s Roundtable -- a free-flowing discussion with all participating chocolatiers.
More details about the Chocolate Conference 2011 including pricing, participating chocolatiers and chocolate makers, and complete Chocolate Academy schedule will be announced at DallasChocolate.org.
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