Teresa Gubbins, who recapped the event for Pegasus, says the visiting chocolate producers repeatedly urged folks there to think of chocolate like wine, and local pastry chef Rhonda Ruckman was on hand to spin the cacao-heavy chocolate into desserts.
You can check out plenty more shots from the chocolate feast here in our photo set from Diana Merrill Claussen.
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