Dan and Jessa answer some frequently asked customer and viewer questions on The Restaurant Show.
Elizabeth and Justin make cake pops on The Restaurant Show.
Dan and Jessa discuss Easter gifts and baskets and what The Chocolate Caper is doing for Easter on The Restaurant Show.
Dan appeared on The Restaurant Show this month to give a demo of how to make Chocolate Chantilly, the magic mousse – get the recipe from our earlier blog post here. Give it a shot at home and leave comments with your experiences!
We filmed our second appearance on The Restaurant Show on WBUW – Channel 57; on this episode, we discuss a variety of Valentine’s Day gift options for your significant other, or to treat yourself. And remember, these gift options aren’t limited to Valentine’s Day – gifts are appreciated year round! Take a look:
Our first-ever commercial has been created and aired – in this case, for Valentine’s Day! There will be more coming with live action footage, so keep your eyes posted for updates. Also, be sure to spend some time watching WBUW, channel 57, to see our appearances on “The Restaurant Show” and to catch the commercial.
Elizabeth appeared on WB 57’s “The Restaurant Show” on November 22, 2016 to discuss the Caper and some of our newer offerings. See her appearance below where she talks about our chocolates, new wines, baskets and more:
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Update: See a demo by Dan of how to make Chocolate Chantilly Chocolate chantilly – or magic chocolate mousse – is a great dessert, easy and fast to make with a great flavor profile. The technique to create chantilly was developed by the father of molecular gastronomy, Hervé This, with the original recipe posted to…
If you know us, you know that basic human rights and equality are very important to us. Among many other things, it’s one of the reasons we’ve always believed in paying a living-wage to our employees. It’s also one of the reasons we continue to be flabbergasted by the fact that equal pay for women…