Georgetown French Festival 2013: Grashoff Belgian Chocolate used by French Embassy

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Ever year, Georgetown has a  festival that unites foodies, euro-lovers and hipsters. The Georgetown French festival was met with much fanfare this year as locals sampled fine wines, buttery croissants and French traditions. Most importantly, Grashoff Belgian chocolate was the sauce of choice for the French Embassy’s reputable crepes.

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Droves of denizens swarmed the French Embassy table just to taste its reputable sweet crepes. Festival-goers ate the crepes voraciously and heartily licked off traces of Belgian chocolate off their lips. It’s not every day when you get to see grown adults get nostalgic over Belgian crepes, let alone beg for more.

Grashoff’s Belgian chocolate is sold at Rodman’s ( Friendship Heights in Washington D.C), Patisserie Poupon (Georgetown), Great Harvest in Rockville, and Cork and Fork in Logan Circle.

Don’t miss out on all the fun. Make Belgian crepes at home with this recipe and with Grashoff Belgian chocolate!

Visit : www.fasofoods.com for more information.

About Faso Foods

Faso Foods is an international food management company supporting producers with import/export, warehousing, packaging, market researchsales and promotionalactivities.

We represent a diverse roster of categories including hot beverages, fruit juice, confections and grains, many of which are organic and fair trade, to fulfill the demand of the sophisticated specialty food market.

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