Tuesday, September 01, 2009

A Chocolate Evening at SF Conservatory of Flowers

Our own Seneca Klassen, who spent the summer planting his own Cacao Plantation in Oahu, Hawaii, will be speaking at the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park Thursday, September 17th, from 6-7:30 PM.

Please join Seneca as he shares information about the botany and cultural history of chocolate. You’ll also experience a “behind the scenes” visit to a hidden treasure – a fruiting cacao tree in a Conservatory greenhouse. And then… you’ll enjoy tasting of 5 origin chocolates while gaining an understanding about the importance of post-harvest processing and quality finishing.

This is part of a Chocolate Event that they are hosting as an Evening of Chocolate. You can visit the Conservatory site to learn more and purchase tickets. Space is limited.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Michael Szyliowicz said...

Thanks for posting information about this event. I’m always on the lookout for new and different events discussing the history of chocolate. Personally, I’ve developed a “Chocolate Book” discussing the history and origin of the world's favorite confection and will be sending them out in a couple months. I would love to send you a copy, if you’re interested.

12:53 PM  
Anonymous Andrea said...

I really appreciate your effort in posting this information here..Looking forward to know more events that involves chocolates! Thanks

6:56 PM  

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