13 February 2015 (Friday) & 14 February 2015 (Saturday)
13 February (Friday) / 6:00pm – 8:00pm [FULL]
14 February (Saturday) / 10:00am – 12:00noon [Remaining few quota only]
14 February (Saturday) / 1:00pm – 3:00pm [FULL]
14 February (Saturday) / 4:00pm – 6:00pm [FULL]
$380/2 persons (2 persons as a group)
Taste Library members: $310/2 persons (2 persons as a group)
Cantonese (Please remark if English support is required at R.S.V.P form)
We always refer love to chocolate because the first bite is always beautifully sweet. After the sugar coating, there are always the five tastes that come from the realistic life waiting for us. With heartwarming sweetness, shivering sourness, tearing bitterness, heartbeating spiciness and uplifting saltiness, we cherish and linger even longer with this unique personal flavour called love.
Love is blind; if we can’t see love, let’s just rely on our heart and create a unique taste of love. Tell him or her a story of love and taste with a piece of chocolate.
Class size: 12 participants (6 groups)
*Tutor Mr. Edward YIP, assistant curator of PMQ Taste Library; he’s writing and sharing one simple yet creative recipe every week in local magazine hoping to extend the meaning of food in a fun way and to merge food into different aspects of life.
*All the tools, ingredients, and packaging are included. Or make a more eco-friendly choice by bringing your own box.