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1  COOKING / Dessert / zee mille crpe on: March 10, 2009 05:00:41 PM
here it is...i'm a first timer making it, so any suggestions would be appreciated Cheesy
i made it really late at night and when i woke up, it was gone..
so i'm guessing it was good...
i made it with 20 crpes..some of them are really thin and you can't see them with my cam...
i layered them with yummy lemon curd...
thx for looking...
2  COOKING / Dessert / Re: pastillage on: November 19, 2008 07:51:49 PM
thanks for all the compliments...
yeah i made 'em black and white because
they're gonna be hung on my room...
thanks sooo much for looking Cheesy
3  COOKING / Dessert / pastillage on: November 18, 2008 06:32:17 PM
this past week we've been working with pastillage at school..
i made sugar skulls....do you like 'em?? are they too busy???
any suggestions...??


4  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: How Do you Dry Out Oranges? on: October 19, 2008 02:39:04 PM
i know how to make candied oranges if you wanna try that....
make a simple syrup out of equal parts of sugar and water....bring it to a boil...
add in the orange slices and cook over medium heat turning them every once in a while,
when the oranges are translucent, this will take about 20 min,  lower the heat
and cook them for 10 more minutes or until the syrup has thickened, then take them out
with a fork and cool them on a cooling rack....or parchment paper...
don't be quick to throw the liquid away, the liquid has been infused with the orange zest, its wonderful with tea Grin
5  COOKING / Dessert / Re: pastry school :D on: October 19, 2008 02:23:40 PM
thanks so much for all the replies  Grin

fluffybaka- the difference between an opera cake and tiramisu: tiramisu is made with lady fingers, a sponge cookie, instead of sponge cake...also, tiramisu has mascarpone cheese in it and the opera cake has a coffee flavored buttercream in it...

mcjulie-o- the coconut macaroons were not cut out with a cookie cutter..we cut a wide opening at the tip of a pastry bag and pushed it out, not piped it out because the dough for the macaroons is too dense for that,  and cut it with an offset spatula....worked out pretty good..

lelyonna- i'll get you the lavender strawberry sorbet recipe sometime this week...however, i'm gonna be honest about my work, i didn't really like the texture of it..

viri- when we learned the history of the dobo's they told us it was hungarian, but they told us since the top layer was cut up and individually decorated they had to add the word torte because that's what it means in german, so i guess both could be right??? thanks for clearing it up though and for the link  Grin


and to everyone that wanted to be my friend....i have a lot of products to test so you're more than welcome to be my friend...


again thanks for taking the time to look and reply  Grin
6  COOKING / Dessert / pastry school :D on: October 18, 2008 01:10:26 AM
so here's what i've made this semester...
the pics are kinda crappy 'cause i took 'em with my phone...

coconut macaroons with chocolate


strawberry lavender sorbet with sponge cake and a raspberry sauce


[[so]] refreshing fruit soup with blackberry sorbet on a tuile...


caramel apple and funnel cake


chocolate chip bread pudding with creme anglaise


charlotte royale [[jelly roll sliced up and lined up against a mold and filled with bavarian cream]]


opera cake [[sponge cake soaked with an espresso syrup, layered with a coffee buttercream and topped with a chocolate glaze]]


dobo's torte [[7 layer sponge cake..( the cake was sliced a little crooked in some of the layers  Undecided) layered with chocolate butter cream, iced with chocolate buttercream, the sides are coated with chopped almonds and the last layer is some of the cake that has had sugar cooked to a light caramel poured over it...

7  COOKING / Dessert / Re: Macarons? :O on: October 17, 2008 10:23:59 PM
yes, you can...add in a little sugar so it doesn't make the almonds into a paste....
8  COOKING / Dessert / mrs.fields cookies :D on: June 09, 2008 12:30:32 PM


i got this a while back from my professor, if you need any help making out the words, i'll be more than happy to help....enjoy Grin
9  COOKING / Dessert / Re: Cherry cupcake cake on: May 25, 2008 01:04:21 PM
so so so cute
10  COOKING / Dessert / Re: yummy!! 3 new pics...and recipe on: May 24, 2008 02:16:42 PM
thanks so much for looking in here everyone...i appreciate it...


colourandy- we really have no idea what kind of puppy it is... Sad
she doesn't grow though, she's like 3-4 months old and hasn't grown much
she's so cute though....
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