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
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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
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