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
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 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
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– Aarushi Batra
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