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Amy Guittard: My great-great-grandfather, Etienne Guittard, founded the company in 1868. He came from France looking for gold and brought chocolate with him to trade for mining supplies. When he got here, he realized he had more luck selling chocolate than he would mining for gold. He went back to France, finessed his skills, and then came back.


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Amy Guittard herself provides the definitive answer, putting an end to any pronunciation mysteries. Tune in for a sweet symphony of history, flavors, and family heritage in this episode of Ingredient Insiders. Whether you're a chocolate enthusiast, a history buff, or simply curious about the world of cocoa, this conversation with Amy Guittard.


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Feb 2012 - Present 11 years 10 months. Burlingame, CA. As the oldest continuously family-owned and operated chocolate company in the United States, Guittard Chocolate Company, now under the fourth.


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Watch Amy Guittard and Pastry Chef Donald Wressell in the Teaching Kitchen as they demo two delicious recipes you can easily make at home: Sinful chocolate p.


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In this episode of 'Price Points', Epicurious challenges chocolate expert Amy Guittard of Guittard Chocolate Company to guess which chocolate is more expensi.


Guittard keeps tradition alive at 150

Amy Guittard is the great-great-granddaughter of the founder of the Guittard Chocolate Company and the company's marketing director. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Antonis Achilleos is a New York-based food photographer whose work has been published in Food & Wine, Bon Appétit, and many cookbooks.


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Guittard Chocolate has been going for 150 years, but marketing director Amy Guittard still likens it to a 'start-up' company, with team members combining different roles to continue the family legacy and keep the company relevant in today's challenging confectionery market.


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Amy Guittard: I honestly don't know. Milk chocolate is quite difficult to make, so a good one really should be more lauded. Starting with quality raw materials is key — good quality dairy, relationship with suppliers, evaluating incoming dairy not to mention key steps during the crafting process. You can find tremendous depth and.


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This summer, after Guittard missed a delivery date, it took an $11,000 hit to fly 2,000 pounds of chocolate to the Honolulu Cookie Co. Mark Spini, vice president of sales, who's been with Guittard.


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Amy Guittard is the great-great-granddaughter of the founder of the Guittard Chocolate Company and the company's marketing director. Alice Medrich is a lauded baking instructor and award-winning cookbook author, who received her formal training at Êcole Lenôtre in France. Antonis Achilleos is a food photographer whose work has been published in Food & Wine, Bon Appetit, and many cookbooks.


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Amy Guittard's Top 3 Tips for Baking with Chocolate. by Williams-Sonoma Editors October 13, 2016 October 17, 2016. As a fifth-generation member of the family behind Guittard Chocolate Co., Amy Guittard grew up surrounded by chocolate and loved to spend time in the kitchen. "I was always baking as a kid," she recalls, adding, "I really.


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It is one of the best kept secrets of San Francisco. That company is Guittard Chocolate Company and we sat down to speak with Amy Guittard, a fifth generatio.


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By Amy Guittard, Photographs by Antonis Achilleos, Foreword by Alice Medrich. 8 x 10 in; 184 pp; Paperback. August 2015. ISBN 9781452135335. Amy Guittard is the great-great-granddaughter of the founder of the Guittard Chocolate Company and the company's marketing director. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.


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Brad joins Amy Guittard at the Guittard chocolate factory in San Francisco to follow fermented cacao beans on their journey toward becoming finished chocolate products. Part 1 of this pair of.


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Five generations later, Amy Guittard follows her family's path to bean-to-bar chocolate making with the new "Guittard Chocolate Cookbook: Decadent Recipes from San Francisco's Premium Bean-To-Bar.


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Amy Guittard Bio | July 2016 Amy Guittard Marketing Director As the fifth generation of the family business her great-great-grandfather started in 1868, Amy has an innate passion for cocoa and chocolate. Amy was born and raised in San Francisco, and studied English Literature and Anthropology at Barnard College in New York City.