He hopes his delicious creation will help save lives. A portion of all proceeds brought in with tastings and courses in the chocolate kitchen will go to the Saving Tiny Hearts Society.
It's an organization that is special to Roby's family. In 2007, his son Jonathan collapsed on the football field at age 16. He survived, but found out he had a congenital heart defect they never knew existed. The Saving Tiny Hearts Society gave their family hope. Now Chef Alain Roby is using his culinary skills to give back to the organization that helped him through a tough time.
You can visit the all-chocolate kitchen at 507 S. Third Street in Geneva. For more information on the tastings or visits, call 630-232-2395.
See a full story about Chef Alain Roby in The Chicago Tribune: Chef builds kitchen of chocolate and sugar
"It is my dream that each child born into this world has the ability to smile when
they're happy, swing at the playground, run through the ball fields, laugh with their
friends, play in the park, love one another and simply live their life."-Chef Alain Roby