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Chocolot hits jackpot at Las Vegas Chocolate Salon Awards

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This just in from Darienne regarding eGullet member Chocolot (Ruth Kendrick):

http://ruthcooks.blogspot.com/2010/08/las-vegas-chocolate-salon-awards.html

LAS VEGAS CHOCOLATE SALON AWARDS

We are pretty excited. We won several including Top Artisan Chocolatier!!

Las Vegas Chocolate Salon Awards 2010

CHOCOLOT WON GOLD

BEST IN SALON

TOP TOFFEE

BEST TRADITIONAL CHOCOLATES

BEST MILK CHOCOLATE

TOP ARTISAN CHOCOLATIER

BEST COMFORT CHOCOLATE PRODUCT

CHOCOLOT WON SILVER

BEST FLAVORED CHOCOLATES

MOST GIFTED CHOCOLATIER

MOST ARTISTIC DESIGN

BEST GIFT SET

BEST PRESENTATION AND PACKAGING

CHOCOLOT WON BRONZE

MOST DELICIOUS INGREDIENT COMBINATIONS

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