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Vicki Wells The Pastry Chef at Buddakan created some great desserts

Pastry Chef Vicki Wells from Buddakan baked some great chocolate cakes at the Valrhona sponsored Demo.

Quady winery Essensia Dessert Wine goes great with dark chocolate desserts

I smuggled  a serving Vicki Wells chocolate cake out of the demo theater so I could do an impromptu pairing with some Essensia dessert wine.

Jerome Chang of Dessert Truck Works and Vicki Wells of Buddakan

Jerome Chang and Vicki Wells, two stars of the New York Pastry scene.

Giant peanut butter macaron dipped in dark chocolate from Payard

One of deals of the show $3.00 for a giant sized Payard peanut butter macaron dipped in dark chocolate.

Jacques Torres chocolates make a nice gift

Jaques Torres chocolates make a nice gift.

The New York Chocolate Show runs Nov 11-14 at the Metropolitan Pavillion.  Tickets are $28.00 if you purchase in advance and $30 at the door.  For more information about the The New York Chocolate Show visit their website here.

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