Saturday Nov 2nd, 10am - 12pm
Roni-Sue is a boutique chocolatier on Manhattan's Lower East Side. Crafted from organic rainforest grown cacao at MOHO Chocolate, co-owned by Roni-Sue in Belize they create a special 60% dark chocolate for all of her confectionary work.
At Roni-Sue's we hand make a wide variety of confections–truffles, toffees, lollipops, caramel popcorns, pretzel treats, etc. each one remarkably delicious and playful. Established in 2007 by Rhonda Kave, Roni-Sue's is a NYC treasure offering an assortment of treats as well as chocolate & candy makings classes and even hosting & catering parties in our unique event space.
Class was so awesome! Learned so much about chocolate. Rhonda was an amazing teacher and instructor. She had so many "insider tips" on making truffles, and on the chocolate industry in general. Class was very conversational, and Rhonda answered a lot of our questions about chocolate. 100% recommend this class. Perfect for any chocolate lover.
Fantastic class - learned a ton about the chocolate making world, what makes a good chocolate, and even got to taste a bunch of different types of chocolates. Perfect place for a date or birthday present!
We had a great time, learnt a lot and ate some quality chocolate with bubbly! Also took a lot to go....
The class was a great mix of informative and hands on. I learned a lot about the chocolate industry, enjoyed the sampling and getting to make my own truffles.
Excellent experience and learning. Plus, the group had a great vibe.
The class was fun, educational, hands-on, and yummy. Would definitely recommend!
I absolutely loved this class--it was wonderful to learn more about what aspects of the processing or growing process produces different types of results in chocolate. I also very much appreciated the accommodation the teachers made so that I could take part in the class (I got injured and couldn't stand at the prep table; they got a smaller table and chair so that I could still attend.)
The chocolate was delicious and learning the process was fun. However, there was not enough focus on the chocolate-making versus chocolate industry. We did not get to role or form the truffles in class which was a downer.
This class was fun and educational. You get to try chocolate samples from all over the world, ranging in different %s. I thought there would have been a little more of the cooking aspect, but overall it was a good class to take.
Fun, very informative, but you do quite little in terms of actual cooking which was a little disappointing.