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Raspberry croquembouche

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Today I did a raspberry croquembouche. I was practising because actually I planned to do an other one bigger in a couple of weeks. 15 more words


Croquembouche for Too Many

Published March 26th, 2015 in The Montague Reporter

Croquembouche (kroh-kuhm-BOOSH uh huh wee) is French for “crisp in mouth,” but for all those who’ve had the responsibility of making it, croquembouche is synonymous with “pain-in-the-rear.” In it’s most simple form, croquembouche is a pyramidal stack of cream puffs with a hardened caramel coating. 779 more words


Croque en bouche

What a fantastic sweet!!! Croque en bouche by ItalianCakes.

Watch our cream puff video recipe and make your wonderfull creation.

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Croque-en-Bouche is basically a towering inferno of caramel and custard-filled choux pastry (yassss!). It’s a French dessert that is typically served at weddings and baptisms. Earlier this year I posted on Facebook about how if someone were to ask my hand in marriage that I would demand they make a croque-en-bouche for the wedding. 1,294 more words


Giant Croquembouche

Yesterday, I took on the mammoth task of constructing my giant croquembouche (profiterole tower).

This was probably a bad idea because it was a Friday and I couldn’t go home until it was finished! 94 more words

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Naughty and Nice and Everything SPICED. "We need to talk" with Nandita Shamlal...

“Some people live to eat, some eat to live and some live to feed”

– Aarushi Batra

There’s nothing more satisfying than making a living out of your passion.

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well, that was fun!

There is a company here in town that offers cooking classes. Oh yawn, you may say, but wait! They are offering classes in French, Spanish, and Chinese cooking, but taught in French, Spanish, and Chinese! 339 more words

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