Thursday, February 28

MSU Museum Chocolate Party Benefit 2013

"Chocolate in 3D" was the theme for the 24th annual MSU Museum Chocolate Party Benefit this past Sunday, Feb. 24, at the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center. The event helps raise the fund for care and preservation of museum extensive collections.
MSU Museum Chocolate Party Benefit is one of the few professional culinary events in the country open to the general public, with area chefs and culinary students competing to create inspired, edible masterpieces featuring the key ingredient: chocolate!
(Above) First Place of the awards for Masterpiece category:
"Alice in Wonderland"
by Justin Raha (Instructure CIM/Baker College, Muskegon)
Each year, the theme of the event is connected with the collections or exhibits at the science and culture museum at Michigan State University. This year's competition theme, "Chocolate in 3D", was inspired by musuem's recent exhibition, "Adventure in Time and the 3rd Dimension: Through the Stereoscope".
 
Great time with my friends, Lisa and Lynne :)

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