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eGulleters' Plated Desserts


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Thank you pennylane!

"Temptation Tower" (also in the Daily Sweets thread)

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Orange-Honey Spice Cake with streusel, sauteed apples, yogurt cream, and apple chip. I'm not the most imaginative kid on the block I know, but I just loved how it looked. I hope you guys like it :)

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That's cool Mark! Orange-honey spice cake sounds really good. I'd say your imagination does just fine, your stuff always looks great.

It's kinda like wrestling a gorilla... you don't stop when you're tired, you stop when the gorilla is tired.

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Thanks T2C! I can't wait to see your next plated dessert!

Tropical Bombe:

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This is based on Michel Willaume's Delice de Sauveurs Exotique Glacé. It's mango sherbet, with a coconut parfait center and pineapple-coconut joconde base, served with a mango tuile and kalamansi (Philippine lemon) cream.

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Awesome as always Mark. Some nice flavors going on there and it looks great.

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It's kinda like wrestling a gorilla... you don't stop when you're tired, you stop when the gorilla is tired.

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Tropical Bombe:

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That looks delicious. Although to me it almost looks more like a sunset on the ocean, what with the rays of the sun and the waves highlighted by the waning light...

Heh, right. I think I have been watching too many bad romance movies.

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Apple Trifle with Apple Doughnuts:

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Not my original dessert-- it's a recipe from Jason Atherton's London restaurant, Maze. The trifle is apple jelly, caramel custard (my first time to use a vanilla bean! I love the specks!), and Calvados cream. It's supposed to be topped with a cider granita but I skipped that. The thingies on the side are apple-filled doughnuts coated in cinnamon sugar. The sugar didn't quite take to the doughnuts-- I really need caster sugar lying around :)

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