I Tried to Become a Chocolatier at Jacques Torres Chocolates
In New York’s video series, The Deep End, our video producer Madison Mills finds out out how hard it is to make it in New York by trying various careers she has no experience with whatsoever.
What does it take to make it as a chocolatier at one of the most famous chocolate factories in New York? I have no idea. While I’m an avid chocolate consumer, I’ve never molded, sculpted, or made any sort of artistic treat using chocolate. Regardless, I decided to find out. So I spent the day training with Jacques Torres at his chocolate factory in Brooklyn. It was pretty sweet!
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