Your idea of a romantic Valentine dessert

Discussion in 'Pastries & Baking' started by cape chef, Jan 11, 2001.

  1. cape chef

    cape chef

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    A roaring fire...some good chocolate,some gooey marshmellows,a few grahm crackers...A bottle of Champagne and the one you love
    cc
     
  2. bakerbebe

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    I want to host a Valentine dinner for friends. Need more ideas for gorgeous desserts . . . of course, there has to be lots of chocolate involved!
     
  3. m brown

    m brown

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    chocolate chamboard terrine with fresh or frozen raspberries soaked in chamboard. a dollip of slightly sweetened vanilla bean speck'd whipped heavy cream. sauce plate with milk chocolate fudge sauce or ganach. serve with champagne. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!
     
  4. shroomgirl

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    I posted a recipe for Chocolate puff pastry
    That made into a tart with chantilly cream and chambord with raspberries and chocolate curls for garnish.
     
  5. momoreg

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    Fondue.
     
  6. shroomgirl

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    Read initial thread guys....dinner with multi guests...if it were for two, I'd have said the fudge body dip and champagne with one glass.
    One of my favorite things to do is a chocolate buffet....just totally chocolate.
    One of the groups I'm in had a potluck last week and I took
    sharffen berger 99%brownies
    El Rey 70% meragines
    Callebaut crisp thins
    Nestle dbl choc dreams
     
  7. bakerbebe

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    Shroomgirl ~~

    Love the idea of the chocolate buffet. Sounds perfect for my get-together. Just add some flowers and candlelight and it would make a gorgeous table . . .