Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Transporting truffles

Seventeen year old Iris Zhang, whose family is hosting me in China, asked if I could bring some Godiva truffles to China.  Her program of studies is grueling, so I thought she could do with a bit of spoiling.

But  how do you transport chocolates to the other side of the planet?  Won't they melt during the 17 hour flight?
I suppose I can pack the truffles with ice packs in an insulated bag. Gotta be sure the ice packs are sealed.  We'll see if it works.


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