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Chateau Chantal Cooking Class – Grocer’s Daughter Chocolate

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February 21, 2015
12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
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Chateau Chantal


Chateau Chantal Winery & Inn
15900 Rue de Vin
Traverse City, MI United States

21 Feb 2015
Grocer’s Daughter Chocolate

If classes are full, please call 1-800-969-4009 to be added to the wait list.

Owner of Grocer’s Daughter Chocolate and Local Food Advocate, Jody Dotson Store Manager of Grocer’s Daughter Chocolate and Food Enthusiast, Michael Beery
12:30 to 5:30
February is the month of love and what better way to celebrate than with chocolate, the aphrodisiac of the ancient gods! In this class you’ll become adept at using chocolate in both sweet and savory recipes. You’ll learn a quick and easy method for making delicious chocolate truffles at home and you’ll gain techniques in using chocolate rubs and infusing both meat and vegetable dishes with select fine chocolate. We’ll begin by tantalizing your taste buds with a chocolate tasting and then you’ll prepare a 3-course dinner of chocolate delicacies including Lamb Stew in Chocolate Sauce, Pork with Apples and Chocolate, Chocolate Chili Rubbed Chicken, Harissa Pate with Nibs, Brussels Sprouts and Potatoes in Chocolate Chili Rub, Vegan Chocolate Mousse, No gluten Queen of Sheba Chocolate Cake and various Truffles.

We offer two day cooking class packages:
Cooking Classes do not require a stay in our B&B. If you do wish to stay the weekend, however, the cost begins at $275 per person based on double occupancy, accommodation and double enrollment for the weekend stay including breakfast both Saturday and Sunday morning, cooking class on Saturday, and the opportunity to enjoy the food you prepare after class as well as wine tasting and a lodger cellar tour.

All classes are approximately four-five hours and hands-on. Class begins at 12:30pm-5:30pm and includes the enjoyment of your preparations paired with our wines during class.

The price is $95 per person with 12 maximum per class. Bring an apron and a favorite knife!

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