Learning to dip chocolates
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2018-10-30 07:00 by Sarah Denninger
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Learning to dip chocolates
 

So for a few months now I have been asking for something new at my work. What it came down to was asking to either make fudge or to dip chocolate. Ultimately I decided to ask to be taught to start chocolatiering. For a while it seemed like it wasn't going to happen. Mostly because it was one of those things where I was always out traveling so they thought it wouldn't be worth the time to teach me if I wasn't going to be there. Totally understandable but I kept asking anyway because I knew that I wanted to learn and I was getting antsy about my job. I don't mind doing what I do and I like working at a chocolate, fudge and ice cream shop but there are times when it gets to be really difficult to give the upmost best customer service. Especially when your always doing the same thing all the time. 

After months and months of asking I finally got what I wanted. I am going to learn to do one of the most difficult things in the Kilwins store. I am going to learn how to dip chocolates, make them look beautiful, and then present them for people to purchase and buy. Really its a lot of information, its a lot of hard work and a lot of time to learn to do this but I also know that I am ready to take it on. 

Its one of those things where I get a chance to not only do something new but I also get to move around the store more which is quite wonderful. I get more opening shifts and I get the rest of my day to do what I need to do. So wish me luck guys cause by the time your reading this I will be learning everything and anything there is to know about dipping chocolate. 

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