Friday, November 30, 2012
Photos: Ogle but don’t eat the Chocolate Christmas Village at the Four Seasons
Take your family.
IRVING Imagine a chocolate wonderland, where Santa's made out of fondant and a 2-foot-tall Christmas tree is made of green sweets. That's the Chocolate Village at Four Seasons in Irving, a family-friendly display in the main lobby made by Executive Pastry Chef Randy Gehman.
As Santa comes down the chimney, you can peek inside the home to see marbled chocolate walls modeled to look like wood grain. Melted white chocolate on the roof resembles snow.
The Chocolate Village is open every day until December 31, 2012. It's free.
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