Decorative Chocolate Swirls Dessert Garnish Video Demo

Want to show your love and your Top Chef prowess? Make these easy decorative chocolate swirls for a dessert garnish or to simply enjoy with the last few sips of silky cabernet in your glass. These chocolate irregulars are artistic, forgiving and a delicious way to end a romantic dinner. My video demonstration offers one recipe, but the combinations of different chocolates and seasonings are only limited by your imagination. TCHO dark chocolate with dried citrus zest, Valrhona’s Blanc Ivoire white chocolate with freeze-dried raspberries and Dulcey Blond dusted with sumac are just three experiments for the Valentine’s Dinner at Jordan dessert course that turned out to be amongst our favorites.

View the Recipe: Decorative Chocolate Swirls

 

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Growing up in Hawaii, Todd Knoll developed a strong connection to the land and the ocean at an early age. As executive chef at Jordan Winery, he grows hundreds of heirloom vegetables, fruits and herbs, cooks hors d’oeuvres and meals for guests, makes olive oil, and tends to the estate’s honeybees and chickens. A visual artist at heart, Chef Knoll spends his free time with his son and wife, Nitsa Knoll, exploring the diverse terrain of Sonoma County with camera and pencil in hand, capturing moments in nature to inspire his next recipe.

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