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You may not be sure what the question is, but many times, the answer is chocolate.
On Saturday, you can answer just about any question, as the Los Alamos Retired and Senior Organization hosts the annual Festival of Chocolate extravaganza.
For the small entry fee of $20, patrons can indulge more than their sweet tooth in a fair share of fare that is equal parts delectable and equal parts delightful.
Chefs from the area will showcase their skills in a bevy of baked goods that delight the culinary senses and tantalize the tongue.
Marguerite Rose McClay, of Rose Chocolatier, is a local small-based business with some big time artisan talents.
“I make mostly rich dark chocolate candies, but also milk chocolates, some white chocolates, toffees and brittles,” said McClay, who hand makes her chocolates. “Chocolate has been a lifelong passion that I now can share with my customers.”
The two-hour fest is from 7 to 9 p.m., will also feature a live band, so diners can dance off their calories, in between each chocolate course.
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