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Croquembouche is a celebration cake originated from France, and they usually come in really handy in weddings and occasional birthdays, like my friend Quyen’s. Let me get this straight, this fancy little thing is harder than it looks. 336 more words


Brighton Grad Show 2015

The culmination of a years work! The Brighton Grad show 2015! #Brightonshow15

(Well technically I’m graduating next year with my MDes, but it’s still been a wonderful show so far) 6 more words

My Work

Miniature Cream Puffs: Love at First Bite

The Petit Puffs from Happy Cream Puff gives you not one, not even two but fourteen reasons to be happy. They have 14 flavors to choose from which includes Caramel, Matcha, Sliced Almond Chocolate, Strawberry and Sprinkles to name a few. 467 more words

Food And Restaurants

Vanilla Croquembouche ;)

Last week, my sister came back from South Africa. So we organised a welcome back party to celebrate having her back :)

I did a vanilla crème patissière for the choux (which actually had sugar on top of them).


Raspberry croquembouche

Hi :)

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