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Art in Chocolate at Fairchild

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Funky cakes inspired by artists such as Dale Chihuly and Yayoi Kusama were on display this weekend at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden's fourth annual International Chocolate Festival.

Eight hopeful bakers entered the contest, which required they bake a cake or cupcake that: (1) used chocolate as the main ingredient, (2) included coffee or tea in some form, and (3) represented a Fairchild art exhibit.

We stopped by and found some interesting creations.

Click here to view more photos from this event.

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