Friday, November 10, 2006

New York Chocolate Show 1

Here's the 1st taste of last night's opening at the New York Chocolate Show! So much more to come. My stand #44 Paris Breakfest Paintings are on the wall...I did not think I would get this up. My fish line was meant for catching sharks and impossible to tie. Thank my Chocolate stars in Heaven I found some Velcro et voilà!


There was a lot of black and red at the show and I love these Recchiuti red-ribboned bars. They taste superb too. They are at stand #31..

Chocolove has great graphics too. And the inside is pretty neat also..#52 stand Here an unblurred, unmelted picture of the maker of Chocolat-Pralus, François Pralus.I'm dying to try some of his choco tea... at #74 stand. From the chocolate fashion show..many more to come! A guest chef gingerly tasting a Payard chocolate...
Here at Divalicious Chocolate you get to dip a pretzel stick into their glorious chocolate fountain! WOW at #9 stand.
To be cont...

14 comments:

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

That chocolate fountain (the last photo of your set,) I would be tempted to stick a cup underneath it...heck with that tiny pretzel stick!!

Your stand looks stunning Carol!!

chorya said...

Am simply amazed - pleasantly so!

Anonymous said...

WHOA!
This looks just too much fun for one person.
Yr exhibit looks GRAND!
SJB

Anonymous said...

I would "gingerly" like to help myself to some of this chocolate stuff too...

Anonymous said...

Hi Carol, I'm going to the Chocolate Show and will be sure to stop by your booth. I'm also going to Paris in a couple weeks. I'm so excited!

Anonymous said...

Carol, the paintings board is wonderful, how exciting it must of been.The choc show seems like it was so much fun. Sure wished I could of been there just to see youre work.
Have a great day.
Linda

Susan Schwake said...

i'm with corey, a cup o chocolate for me, forget the pretzels!

simon said...

red and black are my favorite colours....

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Anonymous said...

oh, these chocolate show pictures are just divine!

K and S said...

very nice blog!

Sixty Bricks said...

Art is so very apparent in the world of chocolate.

joanna said...

My mouth is watering. More, more!

Anonymous said...

I want to be in that party!