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Chocolate doesn’t care whether you’re single, searching, or super-committed. A sweet for your sweetheart, a comfort for the dumped — it has long been associated with love and romance.
At their Chocolate Shabbat Dinner on Feb 11, 92YTribeca’s Rabbi-in-Residence Dan Ain and Rabbinic Intern Adena Kemper will give the lowdown on some of the Torah’s greatest love affairs and most dangerous liaisons at the which would make even the editors of Us Weekly blush. Afterward, dine on a special Shabbat meal created to enhance the unique flavor notes of chocolate and enjoy a not-to-be-missed chocolate dessert tasting (four different kinds of chocolate paired with four unique and flavorful drinks) led by 92YTribeca Head Chef Russell Moss. See the dinner and chocolate menu below.
Lake Victoria perch over lentils
Israeli couscous cooked in a tomato broth
Roasted Brussels sprouts
Roasted cauliflower salad
Cognac truffle in coco powder
Butter and saffron truffle
Ground coffee in white chocolate
Chocolate with cinnamon
White chocolate mousse on a spoon
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