From the lowlands of Mexico to the modern chocolate shops of Paris, you will explore the history, techniques, flavors, and socioeconomic power of this food of the gods. Participants taste over 20 fine chocolates in this 3-day course, learning to recognize what makes “good” chocolate good. You will compare small batch craft chocolate and commercial chocolates, and graduate from CHOCOLATE 101 with maps, tasting guides, a reading list, and tips for finding, selecting, and purchasing really good chocolate.
Adrienne Newman has recently been featured in The Austin Chronicle and shares the world of chocolate in the following articles:
Requirements: Please bring $45 to the first day of class for chocolate bars and handouts.
Please bring $45 to the first day of class for chocolate bars and handouts.
Date: May 13-May 15
Day: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (3 meetings)
Time: 6:00 PM- 7:30 PM
Location: Thompson Conference Center, Room 2.108 (click for map)
Class limit: 24
Current enrollment: 1