Joseph Schmidt, mostly known as a chocolatier, also works in chocolate as a medium. I went to see some of his work in a small little gallery in San Francisco two years ago. You could smell the chocolate as you walk up the stairs. But his work is actually contemplative in a very cerebral kind of way and didn't do much for whetting my appetite at all. At the end, I concluded that his work was very intriguing. With chocolate, it was mostly sculpture, but a very far cry from the chocolate santa village in his shop window. If I remember correctly, there was a woman's leg stockinged in fishnet, a woman's torso (no head), some wings and lots of pulled cotton, I think. And there were some roses. What struck me the most was how colorful everything was. The way he mixed colors, you'd never suspect that he was workingin chocolate.