Re: Re: Desserts
- If you have the recipe for this I'd love to see it..I love rich desserts..and we
have approx 85 people to provide desserts for..so rich desserts in small to
medium portions would be good..8)
Kurt and Theresa Ryder wrote:
> From: "Kurt and Theresa Ryder" <k-tryder@...>
> Have you thought about making a Baba? I know some people say that Babas are
> very, very, hard to make, only for master chefs. I think if you can handle
> yeast dough, they're really not that bad. The advantages are they're very
> rich, so one Baba goes a long way, and you could make them in advance if
> you're going to marinate them, since they can sit in the rum or whatever for
> a couple days. I'm not sure how period it is, but it's similar to some
> Western European recipies that are period. I read somewhere that Baba
> originally came from Poland.
> There's some interesting candy recipies in the "Domostroi", I haven't tried
> them, but they could be fun. The Turnip Pudding worries me, though!
> >Message: 1
> > Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 11:11:34 -0300
> > From: Danks Cole <corgano@...>
> >Subject: Dessert Recipes
> >Greetings all!
> >Lord Tam and myself have been asked to do the dessert round at EKU this
> >year and have been asked to do something that compliments wild game. Any
> >suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!
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