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Philadelphia Candy Show 2022 (in Lancaster)


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Trade show.

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Prototype 3d chocolate printer. Currently works with compound chocolate; they are planning to make one that works with chocolate.  For chocolate printing they think they will need cooling and an enclosure. 

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And some sample prints.

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Just now, curls said:

Yes they are. I picked up a few scrapers from them.  🙂

Say hi to the boys from Rodney and I. We often did trade shows next to them - we'd temper their kettles so when they ran their pretzels they would look better! 

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Just now, curls said:

Lancaster Pennsylvania at the convention center.

Nice venue - PMCA is there. You need to visit with Lancaster Mike while you are there!

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Just now, Kerry Beal said:

Say hi to the boys from Rodney and I. We often did trade shows next to them - we'd temper their kettles so when they ran their pretzels they would look better! 

Will do! I talked to them today about their new / non-light bulb heated little dipper.

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Picked up some pastries from Barberet. Wanted to eat in their bistro but it is closed today.

Pistachio eclair and their coco bomb (dacquoise, mango-coconut mousse, guava gel center).

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5 minutes ago, Kerry Beal said:

Nice venue - PMCA is there. You need to visit with Lancaster Mike while you are there!

Will plan for that next time. I had forgotten about Lancaster Mike.

 

Do you have and restaurant recommendations?

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Just now, curls said:

Will plan for that next time. I had forgotten about Lancaster Mike.

 

Do you have and restaurant recommendations?

There was a great Bahn Mi place - you'll have to go back into the PMCA threads to find the name. 

 

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1 minute ago, Kerry Beal said:

There was a great Bahn Mi place - you'll have to go back into the PMCA threads to find the name. 

 

Cool! I'll check tonight and that may be tomorrow's lunch.

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12 minutes ago, curls said:

Cool! I'll check tonight and that may be tomorrow's lunch.

Looking back at a couple of them - looks like it's call Rice and Noodles. 

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3 minutes ago, Kerry Beal said:

Looking back at a couple of them - looks like it's call Rice and Noodles. 

Oh yes. I so wished we could have stayed a little longer so we could have returned for a second meal there!

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50 minutes ago, Kerry Beal said:

Looking back at a couple of them - looks like it's call Rice and Noodles. 

And they are open Monday!!! Will think of you and Anna when I have lunch there tomorrow!

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1 minute ago, curls said:

And they are open Monday!!! Will think of you and Anna when I have lunch there tomorrow!

It’s not Bahn mi though I realize looking back /  just great Vietnamese - their bun is great 

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Seeing this place - which may have been the one I was actually thinking of (noticed a picture of the placemats!) - Saigon Cafe - doesn't look like it's open Monday though. 

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48 minutes ago, Kerry Beal said:

Seeing this place - which may have been the one I was actually thinking of (noticed a picture of the placemats!) - Saigon Cafe - doesn't look like it's open Monday though. 

No worries.  I can get bahn mi and Bánh xèo in Northern Virginia. I still might try an open Vietnamese or Korean restaurant for lunch tomorrow. Lots of options in Lancaster even though a lot of places are closed Sundays and Mondays. Mainly I plan to avoid eating at a hotel restaurant. Will have fun looking thru the links you posted.

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@curls 

 

now that's a serious selection of aged Meat !

 

I would have found the price interesting , but for no other reason.

 

those burgers certainly have a selection of toppings .

 

I probably would have starved to death as I would not have

 

had enough time to decide what my selection was .

 

tasty any way Id bet.

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58 minutes ago, rotuts said:

@curls 

 

now that's a serious selection of aged Meat !

 

I would have found the price interesting , but for no other reason.

 

those burgers certainly have a selection of toppings .

 

I probably would have starved to death as I would not have

 

had enough time to decide what my selection was .

 

tasty any way Id bet.

Very tasty. And I too was impressed by the aged beef. Perhaps better not to know the price. You know that old saying, if you have to ask how much, it's too expensive for you.  😉

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