No, I didn't stutter. At the Taste of Nova Scotia's Culinary World Summit, I went to the lobster dinner that they had for delegates and for the good people of Halifax. Following the Lobster Dinner was the Chocolate Salon which was a history of chocolate starting from the discovery in South America. I'll go more into this in a future post, but on the truffle tray was a Maple Bacon Chocolate Truffle- I don't know if you can go more decadent than this. The chocolate had a warm maple taste with a hint of saltiness and the perplexing wowness of bacon grease. It was definitely droolworthy.
Daniel Gray is a Korean-American Adoptee that returned to Korea in 2005 to rediscover his roots. He is a Korean food expert that has appeared on Bizarre Foods, Parts Unknown with Anthony Bourdain and more. He is the president of Delectable Travels and owns two restaurants: Brew 3.14 and Brew 3.15 in Seoul.