Wednesday, April 15, 2009


After several hours of hard work later: 



Croquembouche is a French cake traditionally made to celebrate christening or a wedding. It
 comes from the French "croquant"-meaning crackling and "bouche" for mouth. Referring to the crackling of the mouth sensation when eating this French dessert. 

It is made up of profiteroles (small cream puffs) filled with creme patissiere held together by delicate swirl of caramel spun cobwebs. 

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