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cardamom, strawberry and rhubarb croquembouche (& 4th blog birthday)

So, it is true that the four year mark for tentimestea passed back in July. And it is also the case that I made this croquembouche back in July as well. 1,788 more words

Food

Christmas Tree Croquembouche

Happy Holidays everyone!!!

12 more days till Christmas and I’m absolutely busy trying to get everything done in time.

I whipped up this gorgeous croquembouche for a dinner party using my go to profiterole… 42 more words

Cakes And Desserts

Holiday menu 2018

The holiday season is here!

Whether you need treats for the workplace, a party or special event, ADAM BAKES is here for your pastry needs. Find out… 68 more words

Croquembouche How-To Guide

Where does the croquembouche comes from?

The invention of the croquembouche ( also named croque-en-bouche in French which could be translated as “a crunchy bite”) is often attributed to Antonin Carême,who includes it in his 1815 cookbook Le Pâtissier royal parisien, but it is mentioned as early as 1806, in André Viard’s culinary encyclopedia Le Cuisinier Impérial, and in Antoine Beauvilliers’ 1815 L’Art du Cuisinier. 3,111 more words

French Food

NICOLE DUCKWORTH'S EXQUISITE AND WONDERFULLY DELICIOUS CROQUEMBOUCHE!

Nicole and her sweet boys George and Jude stopped by to pick flowers to garnish a beautiful dessert that she had made to surprise two friends who were celebrating their anniversary. 32 more words

Good Morning Gloucester

Croquembouche

This French desert looks and tastes like a dream. First, cream puffs are filled with a light delicious custard filling and then towered on top of each other. 164 more words

Croquembouche

My New Year's Eve Wedding

Last year I married my boyfriend :) We had an intimate ceremony at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Radnor with family and friends. My brother Colin from… 298 more words

Ilonka Floral Decorator