November 21, 11am-13.30 pm
Stimulating the Senses: Historic multi-sensory workshop on Chocolate at Serenissima Hotel (Chania, Crete).
Chocolate laces, tasty utensils, demostration of the Mayan and Aztec techniques, recipes from 15th to 18th century and tales about chocolate and chocolate fanatics.
The bittersweet story of chocolate through a multisensory hands-on workshop by Greek Culinary History & Cooking Adventures..
(February 22, 2014 at Chania, Crete, Greece).
A Victorian dinner took place in the magic garden of Metohi Kindelis, on June 2014.
GCH&CA recreated historical dishes in a mysterious way bringing to life other spaces and times.
Edible illusions and story-telling provoked imagination and appealed to the ears, eyes, nose, tongue and stomach.
Experimental archaeologist- food historian, food creative, author, instructor, founder of GCH&CA and the Symposia of Greek Gastronomy (www.greekgastronomy.wordpress.com)