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This is why I refused to die

Toward the end of the evening, Dominick ceremoniously brought out his glorious special dessert, which he makes every year for the party, a mound of croquembouche: pastry cream–stuffed profiteroles piled high into a cone-like mound and linked with crunchy strands of caramel. 179 more words


In My Kitchen - April 2017

It was another busy month at our house so let’s just jump right in. I was home alone two weekends when the guys all went camping with the Cub Scouts. 495 more words

In My Kitchen


The Moore&Moore cafe in Fremantle’s Henry Street is organising a WEDDING EXPO this Friday April 7 from 5.30 to 8.30. Entry is free.

I have never been married but was wondering if I like eating profiteroles so much to make up for having missed out on the croquembouche at the wedding I never had. 40 more words

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Mini Croquembouche


Light homemade profiteroles filled with Chantilly Cream, piled to perfection with caramel, then covered in enriched chocolate and finished with spun sugar.

Makes an indulgent dessert, enough for four people.

Afternoon Tea

Christmas Baking

Christmas is long gone and a new year is in motion, however I have 1 last gift to share.  Friends of ours threw a holiday party right before we all went our separate ways for Christmas and instead of a bottle of wine or something wrapped in a box, Mike and I showed up to the party with a pitcher of egg nog and a dessert table.   479 more words



Happy New Year!

Strangely enough, I don’t have terribly much to say to you all today. I think I managed to cover all of my thoughts about the passing of the old year and the coming of the new last week. 1,449 more words