AMAA + Chipper Confections Host: AMAA’s Classes for a Cause
EASTER CHOCOLATE MAKING
BENEFITING AMAA’S MISSION AND SERVICE
SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 2022 @ 2:00 PM (EST)
Join us on ZOOM, Saturday, April 16, 2022, as Linda Khachadurian, a Beirut-born Armenian American medical editor, international educational nonprofit founder, sugar and chocolate artist, and host of The Charitable Confectioner on Channel 9/Cambridge Community Television, teaches us the origins of chocolate and the chocolate making process, which involves conching and tempering, plus noting the differences among the various types of chocolate!
Participants are free to purchase Easter bunny molds or use household items, such as cookie cutters, plastic salad bar containers, wax paper, or an item that’s nonporous to create decorative pieces. You can also hand-sculpt shapes and flowers out of modeling chocolate!
This virtual art class will be from 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM (EST).
We invite you to share this with your friends and family!
Suggested donations of $15 or more will benefit AMAA’s Easter Programs for children in Armenia and Artsakh. You may click here to donate.
Kindy register to receive your personal ZOOM link, supplies and ingredients needed.
About Linda Khachadurian
Linda Khachadurian is a Beirut-born Armenian American medical editor, international educational nonprofit founder, sugar and chocolate artist, and host of The Charitable Confectioner on Channel 9/Cambridge Community Television. Her online business, Chipper Confections, partners with Pure Water for the World — an organization she met while writing an article about safe water in Haiti for The Harvard Review of Latin America.
Her sugar art and chocolate art has been sold at retailers such as UncommonGoods and displayed everywhere from local galleries to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles to the Marriott Marquis in New York City to the Sheraton Boston Hotel, and her edible art skills were also showcased on the Food Network show, Candy Land. She teaches sugar science and edible art classes as well as Armenian cuisine and culture classes at several different schools in the Boston and New York City areas. She holds degrees from Johns Hopkins and Harvard, and enjoys exploring how her science and visual arts background intersects with culinary arts.
Watch the video above to see her beautiful edible art pieces she had displayed at the Karen Aqua Gallery.
You can also visit Linda Khachadurian’s website: https://chipperconfections.storenvy.com/