Monthly Archives: September 2014

Win $3,500 worth of Kenwood Products at Cake, Bake & Sweet Show

Want to win a Kenwood prize pack valued at over $3,500*, thanks to Savour Chocolate & Patisserie School and of course, Kenwood? It’s easy!

 

TO ENTER:
STEP 1. Follow Savour on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook.

STEP 2. Take a photo of the World Record Chocolate Flower Bouquet at the Cake, Bake and Sweet Show.

STEP 3. Post your image and guess the correct weight of the Callebaut chocolate used in the TOTAL display, and include BOTH hashtags: #savourtar #kenwood and MUST include handle: @savourschool

 

Click to see the Kenwood range

 

Come and visit the Guinness World Record Flower Bouquet at Cake Bake and Sweets Show. BUY YOUR TICKETS NOWGet $5 off tickets when you pre-purchase online. Simply enter the code SAVOUR14 during the checkout process.

 

* To be contention for the Kenwood prize you have to follow all 3 steps. Multiple entries are allowed, however each photo must be unique. The winner will be drawn within 2 weeks of the close of the event. Should there be a tie in the guess of the weight, the people will be compiled and literally drawn out of a hat.

 

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Savour School voted one of the Best Destinations for Chocolate Lovers

If you love chocolate than this is for you!

 

An infograph has been created by Love Home Swap for International Chocolate Day (September 19th) to showcase the best chocolate experiences in the world from shops, festivals and schools. Fortunately, Savour Chocolate & Patisserie School was only 1 of 3 chocolate experiences chosen in the Oceania region and the only school chosen in the world!

 

Check out the rest of the experiences below. How many can you tick off you list?

 

Chocolate lovers travel guide

World’s Largest Flower Bouquet at Cake Bake & Sweets Show

Chocolate lovers will be salivating in October as Savour Chocolate and Patisserie School in Melbourne unveils the world’s largest chocolate flower bouquet at the Cake Bake and Sweets Show.

 

More than 100 kilograms of Callebaut Belgium White Chocolate will be used to construct the 7 metre long by 1.7 metre wide chocolate flower bouquet for an entry in the Guinness Book of World Records.

 

World renowned chocolatier and Savour School director Kirsten Tibballs is looking forward to the challenge and achieving the goal. However, she won’t be alone, with help from her experienced team of pastry chefs and chocolatiers. The team includes award winning chefs Paul Kennedy and Robyn Curnow who each have a combined experience of 50 years between them. Current and former students of the school including Jean Kirkland, Rebecca Carins, Yuliana Sutanto, Maggie Winata, Janine Sang and John Law are also getting behind the challenge and are helping  with the record attempt.

 

“Chocolate flowers class is something we regularly teach at Savour, so it is a great opportunity to show off the talent of our pastry chefs and allows the public to be able to view this spectacular display. Plus, to get the Guinness World Record will be a massive achievement,” Kirsten says.

 

It will take more than 900 hours to complete the task and work on the arrangement is commencing shortly. A full size version has been drawn, which will determine how many flowers are needed.

 

The challenge will be transporting the hundreds of individual flowers to the Cake Bake & Sweets Show and its painstaking assembly. Racing against the clock, and the pressures of a live event, the chocolate flower bouquet will aim to be completed late Saturday, or early Sunday, for assessment by the official Guinness adjudicator.

 

“We’re looking forward to creating something that’s never been done before and seeing the arrangement come to fruition. It’s going to be a big task but completely rewarding at the same time. I’ll enjoy watching people’s faces when they see the finished product,” Kirsten says.

 

Kirsten Tibballs is one of Australia’s most celebrated and internationally respected pastry chefs and chocolatiers. Kirsten represented Australia at the World Pastry Championships in Las Vegas, where she was recognised as the best in the world for her handmade chocolates, as well as winning gold in the Pastry Olympics in Germany. She has also been a judge at the World Chocolate Masters in Paris, The Patisserie Grand Prix in Japan and The World Chocolate Masters National selections in London. Kirsten has also appeared as a regular judge on Masterchef.

 

The Guinness Book of World Records largest chocolate flower bouquet will be unveiled at the Cake, Bake and Sweets Show from October 3rd – 5th in Melbourne at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.

 

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