A.C.K. celebrates one year anniversary of world's longest candy cane

On December 7 Chef Alain Roby presents a 10-foot long replica of his Guinness World Record-breaking 51 ft. candy cane at The All Chocolate Kitchen

From 2 to 3:30 pm Chef Roby will be available for book signing at A.C.K store!




GENEVA, Ill. – Three-time Guinness World Record holder and Pastry Chef of the Year, Alain Roby, will celebrate the one-year anniversary of his creation of the World’s Longest Candy Cane on Saturday, December 7 at the All Chocolate Kitchen, 33 South Third Street in Geneva. Beginning at 6 p.m., Chef Roby will present a 10-foot long smaller replica of his Guinness World Record-breaking 51 ft. candy cane at his store in Geneva.

At 7 p.m. that same night, Santa Claus will make an appearance on his custom-made Harley Davidson motorcycle along with the All Chocolate Kitchen staff to wish everyone a happy holiday.

The 10-foot long candy cane will be broken into tiny pieces with a “magical” golden hammer for all guests to enjoy. Guests will also enjoy hot apple cider throughout the night.
Chef Roby’s candy cane celebration is sure to become an annual beloved tradition in Geneva.

Chef Alain Roby of the All Chocolate Kitchen was named the 2013 Pastry Chef of the Year by the Chicago Culinary Museum.  As an award-winner, Roby was recently inducted into their Chef Hall of Fame. A Certified Master Chef of Pastry and Sugar Artistry, and Hall of Fame member in both Pastry Art & Design and Chocolatier magazines, Chef Roby is internationally known for his talent in creating sugar and chocolate masterpieces.

He is the only pastry chef to hold three Guinness World Records for his creations of the World's Tallest Cooked Sugar Building, the World's Tallest Chocolate Sculpture, and the World’s Longest Candy Cane.
His award-winning cooked sugar building was 12 feet, 10 inches tall, his chocolate sculpture was 20 feet, 8 inches tall, and his candy cane was 51 feet long.

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