MUSKEGON (WZZM) - During this time of year it's not uncommon to indulge in a little chocolate. But, you shouldn't get excited over a large chocolate display of chocolate at the Baker College's Culinary Institute of Michigan in Muskegon. That's because it is for looks only.
A team of school seniors worked together over five weeks to build the elaborate creation completely out of chocolate.
The displays are modeled after two buildings in Spain and will be on display in the school lobby until the end of the year
"It is important to take the chocolate and manipulate it, cast it, carve it, melt it, and model it. It is important to do art and food," said Chef Luis Amado, with the Institute.
The students used molds to help construct most of the buildings.