Carranca-Warding off Evil Spirits


Talisman have a long history of bring good luck and/or protection to its owner. Carranca, literally meaning Scowl, but pronounced cah-han-ka, come from the traditions of Brazil. River boats would mount these these screaming scowling figures as mast heads to warded off evil river spirits.

Pastry Chef Flavio Frederico, wanting his guests at Sodoces to leave with a little bit of that same protection, contacted Chicago Culinary FX for help in creating these little chocolate bits of history. We were able to replicate the intricate details of the statue and thus allow Chef Frederico to make the best product. Frightfully effective -YUM!

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