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December 26, 2007



Miam, Miam

Its very beautiful and it looks so tasty. i think ill try to do that. I want to see the other reciepes of the menu !!!!!!

Anne L.

Ah, that looks wonderful. I can't wait for the prime rib/yorkshire pudding installment; it was my father's favorite Christmas dinner! (mine too!)

paris breakfasts

I want HARD, difficult, impossible chocolate cakes from you!
LORDIE I refuse to be tempted..
LORDIE I refuse to be tempted..
LORDIE I refuse to be tempted..


If you make the dessert first, doesn't that mean we should get to eat the chocolate cake first?
I think so...


MS. Glaze

Seriously, this cake is so good. I just made it for the 3rd time this week (cooking for diner parties lately) and EVERYONE loves it. It really does need a little crème anglaise to go with it because it's so rich. Also, rinse knife between each slice when serving, the cake is very moist almost like a choc. mousse.


Thank you for this wonderful recipe. I made it thrice and each and every time I received the silent compliment from friends. I also tried adding some cayenne powder to the recipe which made it irresistable. I appreciate all the helpful hints that you share with your readers. All the best in your endeavors!


Amy, I just stumbled upon your blog today. I've spent a great deal of time viewing recipes and watching your videos. I have got to say that your receipes are wonderful. You are also excellent at presentation. The only thing that looks better than your foods is you -- you are incredibly hot. How do you continue to look so good after cooking such wonderful stuff?

I have many years of experience with both food and ladies. Your blog has some of the best of both.


tori brown

Man some of the food looks AWSOME!!!!
Now this is why I want to go to Le Cordon Bleu!!!!!!

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