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What is an Edible Arrangements?
Angela: Looking for innovative gift idea, we here at watchmojo.com are always here to help. I’m Angela and today we’re at edible arrangements, a story that specializes in healthy and delicious fruit baskets that can be delivered directly to your door? So what exactly is an edible arrangement?
Mr. Sarkis: Edible arrangements is a corporation, which makes a beautiful, fresh fruit basket and delivers it to you whatever you want to. That’s international so anybody could have the same arrangement, the same size and in another side of the world.
Angela: Right, in the UK and in Puerto Rico?
Mr. Sarkis: From UK, Puerto Rico, the States, from west to east and everywhere.
Angela: We’re making the sweetheart bouquet which features lots of strawberries dipped into chocolate. So we’re at the dipping station right now.
Mr. Sarkis: There you go. So basically what it is, we melt the chocolate to the certain temperature. After the chocolate is melted, so you take this strawberry, you dip it into the chocolate. You get the excess out and right in the end, you can just flip it.
Angela: So, on a special swirl like this.
Mr. Sarkis: Exactly, yeah, it's kind of a signature.
Mr. Sarkis: So, would you like to try it? Just put it up through.
Angela: Alright, I don’t know how.
Mr. Sarkis: Halfway through.
Mr. Sarkis: Yes.
Mr. Sarkis: That’s it, so now shake it a little bit, get the excess out, pretty good for the first time.
Angela: Yeah, I don’t know about the signature swirl.
Mr. Sarkis: So now after the chocolate is dipped, I have to put it in the fridge that it gets cool and then I bring it out and we make an arrangement together.
Angela: Thank you. What’s the basis here of this?
Mr. Sarkis: So, basically we take a container. Each arrangement has specific container. In this case, this is the sweetheart bouquet. We put a lettuce in the base. We lettuce it and on top of the lettuce, we use scale. The reason for that is to give this beautiful green texture and shape under it so that it's a rich looking arrangement.
Angela: I do think that’s the first large scale commercially use kale leaves.
Mr. Sarkis: There you go, even my suppliers they tell me they never sell kale to anybody else so but a great consumers for kale. So this is it. You take that after the chocolate is done. You’re just going to go ahead and pick them side by side until we teach you the right amount of fruits that we have to use.
Angela: After all this said and done, this is the final product and I’m just waiting for someone to call and get this free.