Sunday, June 12, 2011

Class Fieldtrip (Part I)








Next, we made our way to Theo Chocolate Factory, where a private tour awaited us. It was truly amazing! We saw how cocoa beans were turned into delicious chocolate bars, confections, sipping chocolates, and more!





We all got to wear these stylish hats as to not contaminate the chocolate. Aren't they awesome!









Tempering Chocolate counter method!





Samples!


Samples!


And More Samples!!!


Next we ventured to numerous bakeries around town. This was my favorite stop of the day! This Bakery is sooo beautiful! Everything was superb!


Lunch at Blue Moon Burgers


2 comments:

Mary Phares said...

Wow Marie, I just "discovered" your blog and read through many of your back posts. Looks like you've learned so much at school - I can't wait to see (and taste) some of your amazing creations! Isn't it wonderful how, knowing we're forgiven and reconciled to the Lord, we can simply enjoy the "creaturely things" that He's set before us in our vocations! Bless you - maybe one of these days, weeks, etc I'll see you in "real person" :-) Mary

Susan S said...

That looks like a fun (and yummy) trip!

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Class Fieldtrip (Part I)

Posted by Marie







Next, we made our way to Theo Chocolate Factory, where a private tour awaited us. It was truly amazing! We saw how cocoa beans were turned into delicious chocolate bars, confections, sipping chocolates, and more!





We all got to wear these stylish hats as to not contaminate the chocolate. Aren't they awesome!









Tempering Chocolate counter method!





Samples!


Samples!


And More Samples!!!


Next we ventured to numerous bakeries around town. This was my favorite stop of the day! This Bakery is sooo beautiful! Everything was superb!


Lunch at Blue Moon Burgers


2 comments on "Class Fieldtrip (Part I)"

Mary Phares on June 14, 2011 at 4:52 AM said...

Wow Marie, I just "discovered" your blog and read through many of your back posts. Looks like you've learned so much at school - I can't wait to see (and taste) some of your amazing creations! Isn't it wonderful how, knowing we're forgiven and reconciled to the Lord, we can simply enjoy the "creaturely things" that He's set before us in our vocations! Bless you - maybe one of these days, weeks, etc I'll see you in "real person" :-) Mary

Susan S on June 15, 2011 at 9:07 AM said...

That looks like a fun (and yummy) trip!