Burnaby dessert master teams with Food Gays for fall-inspired chocolates

Ever dream of recreating all the joys of fall, but in a chocolate?Well, now you can thanks to Adrian Harris and Jeremy Inglett, a.k.a. the Food Gays, for doing just that.

Harris and Inglett say the inspiration for this collection is pure nostalgia, which is why they worked with Chez Christophe Chocolaterie Patisserie to create three limited-edition chocolates that promise to have you dreaming of sipping apple cider around a campfire, before digging into a slice of mom’s pumpkin pie.

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Get ready to taste fall in a chocolate.

Pumpkin Pie

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Pumpkin Pie chocolate. Photo Food Gays

Imagine caramelized white chocolate and roasted pumpkin ganache with a pie crunch covered in a white chocolate shell. One bite of these and you’ll be booking a trip to Vermont to see the leaves change colour.


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The Campfire. Photo Food Gays

With a mix of milk chocolate birch ganache and vanilla marshmallow, wrapped in a dark chocolate shells, these decadent treats pay homage to s’mores and camping — without the rain.

Apple Cider Truffle

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Apple cider truffle. Photo Food Gays

There’s nothing like a cup of warm apple cider to conjure up memories of tobogganing, skating or just hanging out with friends and family. But whether you’ll want to share these treats, created from caramelized white chocolate, cardamom ganache and apple cider jelly rolled in a cookie crumble in a milk chocolate shell, with said family and friends is up to you.

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The first 25 people to attend a special event Oct. 6, will receive a signed copy of Cooking in Color by Adrian Harris and Jeremy Inglett. Photo Food Gays

The public also has an opportunity to meet Adrian and Jeremy of the Food Gays at a special event Sunday, Oct. 6 from noon to 3 p.m. at Chez Christophe, 4717 Hastings St., Burnaby.

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