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New York Chocolate Show 11/10 - 11/13

Designs from chocolate fashion show last year.
It's never a bad time for chocolate. Especially when one prefers chocolate over roses (though I may reconsider for chocolate roses). The 14th Annual New York Chocolate Show has begun, but you've still got time.

What other plans have you made for this weekend? None? Well any plans made have been automatically overruled in the name of chocolate.

There's workshops, artwork, and couture chocolate fashion. And, of course, free samples.

I strongly recommend the wasabi-flavored or 5th Avenue Chocolatier truffles (which taste great frozen, I learned).  Also get your tickets ahead of time, and perhaps a good book to read (the lines will be long, but worth it).

14th Annual New York Chocolate Show
November 10th - November 13th, 2011
Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street
New York, NY 10011

Thursday, November 10 - Saturday, November 12, 2011: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm Sunday, November 13, 2011: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

I dragged along the other half along last year check out pictures I took to convince you to go. Or see what you're missing out.


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