Who are Giles and Posner?
Giles & Posner was founded in 2001 by two chefs, Darren Giles and Justin Posner, who originally created a chocolate fountain rental business for the professional catering market.
What chocolate do you use for a chocolate fountain?
What Chocolate do you use for a Chocolate Fountain? Without exception, the finest chocolate for a chocolate fountain is Belgian. You’ll find it is a superior grade that melts very easily at a low temperature which means the sugar it contains won’t burn.
Can you put normal chocolate in a fountain?
Yes, you can use any chocolate in a chocolate fountain, but it has to be formulated to have a lower viscosity, or in simpler terms make it runnier. If you add melted chocolate to a fountain without thinning it out, it will clog your machine. We’ve Made It Easy: We carry chocolate already formulated for fountain use.
What oil is best for chocolate fountain?
But I stumbled onto the perfect solution: unrefined coconut oil. A ratio of one tablespoon of coconut oil per cup of semi-sweet morsels works perfectly and tastes delicious. Chocolate Fountain Tip ♥ Use a ratio of 1 Tbls Coconut Oil: 1 cup Chocolate Chips = Smooth, Delicious Perfection!
How do you thin out chocolate for a fountain?
Well, “fountain” chocolate needs to be a fair amount thinner. Most fountains will recommend using vegetable oil to thin it out, using about ¼ cup of oil per 2 – 2.5 lbs of chocolate used. (This is assuming better quality chocolate, with high levels of cocoa butter. Lower quality chocolate will require more oil).
What can I dip in a chocolate fountain?
Chocolate Fountain Dipping Foods
- Novelty Marshmallows.
- Fresh Strawberries.
- Fresh Pineapple.
- Seedless grapes.
- Doughnuts/profiteroles (depending upon availability)
Does Aldi carry popcorn kernels?
Clancy’s Popcorn Kernels – Aldi — USA – Specials archive.