Two Culinary Students Made Gigantic, Chocolate Covered Rock Candy Geodes – Design You Trust

Two Culinary Students Made Gigantic, Chocolate Covered Rock Candy Geodes

At the Culinary Institute of America, two students—Alex Yeatts and Abby Lee Wilcox—have spent the last six months creating a collection of chocolate-covered, rock candy geodes and they look absolutely amazing.

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Watching them crack open their chocolate geodes after so many months of hard work is so satisfying to see!

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