Not a chance- I will repeat. NO! We presented the chocolate buddha out of respect to our intentions to be at the Sakura Matsuri part of the Cherry Blossom Festival in D.C. this spring.
The Rosendale International Pickle Festival was filled with every sort of vendor one can image that would have anything to do with a pickle or NOT. Some trash and some treasure to be found at this event. We had the pleasure of located at the Pickle pavillion and being placed in the plastic wrapped part of the pavilion too- arriving at 8:00AM and it was a 44 degrees. 6,000 people attended that day. After Elli and I sold the last bon bon to the last visitor, we were home by 6:30- which beats a two hour trek anytime of the year.
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A Q & A with the best of chocolatiers, Oliver Kita, where he explains his passion for chocolate and what brought him to where he is now.
Chocolatier Oliver Kita invites you to his chocolate shop in the Hudson Valley where he is ready to serve his delightful chocolate-covered goodies to unsuspecting ghouls!
My first wedding of the season, held at Osborn Castle also known as "Catrock" in Garrsion, New York, brought a beautiful bride in which a careful and thoughtful hand in planning all the details were part of her enjoyment. When we first met, she said, “I know …I look like Reese Witherspoon”.