FrankSki and Chef Robert Gerstenecker
FrankSki working his pastry magic lol.
Last night I was delighted to attend The Celebrity Chocolate Buffet hosted by radio personality FrankSki. He became a part time chef at Four Seasons Hotel at Park 75 for a day lol. Chef Robert Gerstenecker was also there to assist him for the evening. I was allowed in the kitchen to see how FrankSki prepared his own signature chocolate delight, which was a Molton chocolate cake with spiced whipped cream and raspberry sauce and a lil sprinkle of powder sugar.
Anybody want a bite?
FrankSki adding the finishing touches
It looked and smelled so delicious.FrankSki was quoted as saying,” if things didn’t work out in radio,there was always the option of being a pastry chef” lol.
For all the chocolate lovers, this was the perfect place to come last night.FrankSki ipod was playing as people mingled and dined on all sorts of pastries. It was an intimate affair and Four Seasons had a buffet table super long full of chocolate inspired treats. I sampled several of them but kept going back for second and thirds at the fondue and fruit station lol. Whatever your heart desired they had a tasty chocolate treat just for you!
Some of the chocolates,yum!
That killer Grand Marnier chocolate shot drink, wow!
Alot of guests were invited out to attend this chocolate affair and I was delighted to stopped by. I’m trying to diet but I just couldn’t resist lol. There will be a series of these events held at Four Seasons in Atlanta and hosted by different celebrities from around town.
Friends at the event, fun times!
It was fun to get out and see friends and have great conversation. I met some new friends while there. I also enjoyed taking a Grand Marnier chocolate shot, boy that drink was crazy lol! Thank you to Marsha and Abigail from MSquared Pr for the personal invite, I had a great time!
My girl Marian and I
Here is a list of other celebrities that will be participating:
February 26, 2010: Mychael Knight Mychael Knight is an Atlanta-based fashion and fragrance designer and fan-favorite who became a finalist on Season 3 of Bravo’s Project Runway.
March 5, 2010: John McFall John McFall has been the Artistic Director of Atlanta Ballet for 12 years. During John’s tenure, he has opened the doors to the Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education, which has already grown into the sixth largest dance school in the nation.
March 12, 2010: Xernona Clayton Xernona Clayton is the Founder, President and CEO of the Trumpet Awards Foundation, Inc. and Creator/Executive Producer of the Foundation’s Trumpet Awards. Initiated in 1993 by Turner Broadcasting, the Trumpet Awards has been televised annually and distributed internationally to over 185 countries around the world.
March 19, 2010: Emily Giffin Emily Giffin is the New York Times Bestselling author ofSomething Borrowed, Something Blue, Baby Proof andLove the One You’re With. The film rights to her first books Something Borrowed and Something Blue were bought by Hilary Swank to create films based on these beloved stories.
March 26, 2010: David York David York is the Executive Director of Fulton County Animal Services and owner of Barking Hound Village, Atlanta’s premier doggie grooming and boarding facility. Barking Hound Village has additional locations in Austin and Dallas.tance to low-income youth applicants and youth-serv
If you’re interested in finding out any additional information, please visit the website: Four Seasons.com